Le tourisme culinaire : le cas du Vietnam et les enjeux pour la Polynésie française

Cette conférence est organisée par le CETOP, au grand amphi du lycée hôtelier le vendredi 7 juin à 9h, avec le Pr. HA, docteur en Management, responsable du département Tourisme de l’Université d’Hô Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Expert talks : Opening up domestic air transport in French Polynesia to competition : an opportunity to seize and new challenges for local authorities

Following the decision of the Administrative Court of Papeete of October 16, 2018, French Polynesia must issue an air operator certificate (AOC) to Islands Airline. Find the analysis of our expert Sylvain PETIT in this post.

The signature of agreements between the Government and the UPF in the tourism field

On 13 September 2018, Mr Patrick CAPOLSINI, President of the University of French Polynesia, Mrs Nicole BOUTEAU, Minister of Tourism and Mrs Christelle LEHARTEL, Minister of Education signed two Conventions at the Fare Pote'e.

The CETOP and Tahiti Tourism meet around a "barometer of appreciation of the e-reputation of the destination"

On September 5, 2018, Pierre GHEWY, Christophe BENAVENT and Hiriata BROTHERSON of the CETOP met with representatives of Tahiti Tourism to present them with a new tool to assess tourism development.

'Ia ora na e maeva, Welcome on the CETOP's website

The CETOP (Centre d'Etudes du Tourisme en Océanie-Pacifique) is delighted to welcome you to this website dedicated to the study of tourism in the Oceania-Pacific region.

Tourist Guide University Diploma at the UPF (January to June 2019): registrations are open!

This university diploma is open to holders of the baccalaureate. Its aim is to provide theoretical and practical elements of the profession of tourist guide in French Polynesia.

Videos : Watch the videos of the PIURN 2018 Conference

All the presentations of the 3rd PIURN conference at the UPF from October 8th to 10th 2018 are available and may be watched on the UPF's YouTube channel. 

Expert talks: The take-off of tourism in French Polynesia will take place with the implementation of a new line to the heart of Asia

French Polynesia just crossed the line of 200 000 visitors in 2018 and now wonders how to reach 300 000 visitors by the end of the year. Discover the analysis of Yann RIVAL.

Expert talks: The take-off of tourism in French Polynesia will take place with the implementation of a new line to the heart of Asia

French Polynesia just crossed the line of 200 000 visitors in 2018 and now wonders how to reach 300 000 visitors by the end of the year. Discover the analysis of Yann RIVAL.

Meeting between Bachelor in Hospitality and Tourism Management students and a Linfield College study group

On January, 11th 2019, students of the UPF and Linfield College met on our campus to mutually introduce their diploma and universities but also to learn about the basics of Tourism Economics in French Polynesia.

Expert talks : Towards the end of packages ?

With the rise of online booking sites, are travellers' behaviour changing? Find Pierre GHEWY's analysis in this post.

Parole d'expert : L’évolution de la propriété des hôtels et des enseignes en Polynésie française : une parfaite illustration de la stratégie des groupes hôteliers mondiaux

Tout récemment, Le Méridien est devenu le « Tahiti Ia Ora Beach Resort managed by Sofitel » sans changement de propriétaire. Tendance très actuelle en Polynésie française, retrouvez l'analyse de Jean-Claude OULÉ dans ce billet.

Lancement du site internet du CETOP

Le centre d'Etudes du tourisme en Océanie-Pacifique (CETOP) est une composante du Laboratoire du département Droit, Economie et Gestion : Gouvernance et Développement Insulaire (GDI) de l’Université de la Polynésie française

Prochainement, abonnez-vous à la lettre d'information de l'UPF.