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Tonga nature tourism programme 2001-2004 : annual report July 2002- June 2003 and annual plan July 2003 - June 2003 / NZAID [and] Tonga Visitors Bureau ; prepared by Tourism Resource Consultants
Bib ID 3065582
Format BookBook
Author
New Zealand Agency for International Development
 
Description Wellington, New Zealand : NZAID , 2003 
49 leaves : ill. (chiefly col.), map ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"July 2003".

Only four annual reports are expected to be published.

Subjects Tourism -- Tonga.  |  Ecotourism -- Tonga.
Other authors/contributors Tonga Visitors Bureau  |  Tourism Resource Consultants (N.Z.)
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NZAID Tonga nature tourism programme

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