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| WWF | Coral Triangle Nature–based Tourism |

| 2015 – 2017 |

Developing and Promoting Nature-based Tourism in the Coral Triangle

October 2015 – July 2017

The Sustainable Nature–based Tourism in the Coral Triangle is a WWF–led project funded by the Australian Government that looks to support the 6 governments of the Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries and Food Security (CTI–CFF) in developing a long–term approach to more sustainable Nature–based Tourism in the Coral Triangle.

The 6 CTI–CFF countries are Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, the Solomon Islands and Timor Leste.


2iis has been involved in the project since it began in late 2015, when a detailed Baseline Analysis of the current state of tourism in the Coral Triangle was undertaken that also outlined a roadmap for the future development of Nature-based Tourism as a socio-economic development pathway for the region.


Since then, 2iis has been involved with Field Visits, Destination Planning, Return on Investment (ROI) Analysis, Stakeholder Engagement and overall Strategic Planning.

The first phase of the project concluded in July 2017 with the production of a detailed Investment Prospectus and Destination Plans for Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Timor–Leste.

These 4 documents are available for downloading below, along with the original Baseline Analysis from late 2015 and ROI Analysis undertaken in May 2017.

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[Please contact 2iis if you have any problems downloading the documents below]

Papua New Guinea Destination Plan
Solomon Islands Destination Plan
Timor Leste Destination Plan
Investing in Sustainable Nature and Adventure–Based Tourism in the Coral Triangle
Nature-Based Marine Tourism in the Coral Triangle


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Jari Island, Solomon Islands | © James Morgan
Spinner Dolphins, Tetepare
Kennedy Island, Solomon Islands | © James Morgan
Japamala Resort, Tioman Island, Malaysia | © Samadhi
The Bajau Laut, The Coral Triangle
Diving on a WWII Plane Wreck in PNG
Misool Eco Resort
West Papua, The Coral Triangle
Children in Sulawesi
Live Aboard Dive Tourism in Raja Ampat | © Original Diving
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