Visitor Statistics

A visitor is a traveller who takes a trip to a destination outside his or her usual environment, for less than a year, for business, leisure or other personal purpose e.g. education or medical care, other than to be employed by a resident entity in the place visited. Visitors comprise tourists and excursionists. An excursionist is different from a tourist in terms of duration of stay at the destination which is less than 24 hours e.g. visitors from the cruise ships.

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Key Reports
  • 2018 Guam Statistical Yearbook
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  • Tourism as a Driver of Growth in the Pacific - A pathway to growth and prosperity for Pacific island countries
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  • Regional Visitor Arrivals 2005-2017
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  • Key Chart
    International passenger flights

    News & Publications

    2020 pocket statistical summary

    September 15, 2020
    Our 2020 pocket statistical summary has arrived, providing a quick overview of statistics for the people and economies of the Pacific Community’s (SPC’s) member countries.

    The Economic and Social Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Pacific Island Economies

    April 29, 2020
    The ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic around the world has necessitated the Statistics Development Division (SDD) of the Pacific Community (SPC) to explore it’s impact on the Pacific Island economies.

    Provisional Pacific Sustainable Development Indicators

    April 24, 2018
    The first quadrennial Pacific Regional Sustainable Development Report will be released after the Pacific Forum Leaders meeting in Nauru in September 2018.