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Saturday 8 October 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Features, In Depth

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Visitor arrival numbers dip,  industry braces for ‘shoulder period’
Cook’s Island Bus Passenger Transport Ltd manager Danny Cook said they had experienced a strong August, with 18,056 rides sold, but had noticed “quite a drop-off” since mid-September. Cook Islands Tourism/22100742

Tourism providers are bracing themselves for the ‘shoulder period’ of the year, as visitor numbers are predicted to dip again.

Tourism providers are bracing themselves for the ‘shoulder period’ of the year, as visitor numbers are predicted to dip again.


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