Micronesia Launches Comprehensive Travel Website


PATA Micronesia Chapter has launched the official Micronesia tourism website at www.micronesiatour.com.

PATA Micronesia has launched a fully-featured website that is designed to assist travelers plan a vacation in a region that is renowned for unspoiled landscapes, traditional cultures and the most stunning marine environments in the world. Micronesia is an archipelago of thousands of tropical islands and coral atolls in one of the most remote corners of the Pacific Ocean. The Micronesia website provides extensive content on five distinct countries within the region: Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands (Saipan, Tinian, Rota), the Republic of Palau, the Federated States of Micronesia (Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei, Kosrae) and the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

“Micronesiatour.com is a well-designed, smart-built website which officially presents Micronesia to the global traveler by offering branded pages filled with relevant content, images, videos, and tons of information about Micronesia’s destinations, in an easy-to-use website that is accessible on traditional computers, smartphones and other mobile devices,” said Rajesh “Rhaj” K. Sharma, GuamWEBZ Lead Consultant and Developer for Micronesiatour.com.

The website enables travelers to communicate directly with tour and land operators throughout Micronesia, many of whom do not have an online presence elsewhere. The website also keeps an updated calendar of events, travel specials and promotions for all of the islands.

“The Micronesia website helps to promote Micronesia’s destinations collectively by using the most innovative web applications and features, while also connecting to popular social media platforms. If someone wants to learn about Micronesia, micronesiatour.com would be the website to browse first. What is especially exciting about this website is that it can be the bridge that connects lesser-known entrepreneurs from small remote islands to the global customer,” said PATA Micronesia Chairwoman Pilar Laguaña.