- Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 February 2013 22:17
This is Kiribati
Straddling the Equator and the International Date Line, Kiribati (pronounced kir-re-bus) is made up 33 pristine islands. Home to the world’s largest marine park and known for its proud and strong culture, Kiribati is an experience of a life time. Kiribati’s remoteness is its key attraction - experience traditional life that has changed little in centuries.
Kiribati currently welcomes a wide array of tourists from all around the world. Kiribati is also home to world’s best fishing. Keen anglers from around the world come to Kiribati to experience the best. Christmas Island’s ‘bone-fishing’ is must do for any angler!
Kiribati is ready for business. A number of rare and exclusive opportunities await the potential tourism development investor in Kiribati. Kiribati’s vision is to one of the world’s leading cultural tourism destinations focussing strongly on the high yield tourist.
The Government of Kiribati recognises the potential for Kiribati to become the premier eco/geo tourism destination in the pacific. Kiribati has a variety of opportunities for the astute investor. These include:
• Fishing/Adventure Lodges 3-4 Star
• International standard game fishing businesses based either in Tarawa or Kiritimati Island
• Dive Operations in both Kiritimati and Tarawa
• Yacht and sailing charters
• Regular air service/charter business based on Kiritimati Island
Foreign investment or joint venture partnership with local investors is strongly encouraged. The Kiribati National Tourism Office can provide more information on foreign investment procedures when required.
Download the Foreign Investment Commission Information document (26 pages, 311kb in pdf format) ...click here
For information on specific investment opportunities, see the 'South Pacific Tourism Investment Marketplace' ...click here
Ministry of Communications, Transport and Tourism Development
Betio, Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati
PO Box 487, Betio, Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati
Phone: (+686) 25573
Fax: (+686) 26193