Voyager Progress with Tallest Observation Wheel

Voyager Entertainment International, Inc., (BULLETIN BOARD: VEII) an
entertainment/development company, announced at the December 23rd press
conference that The Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas has agreed
to move forward with negotiations with Voyager Entertainment
International, Inc. to build “The World`s Tallest Observation Wheel.”

The 600-foot structure (150 feet taller than the Masquerade Tower), which
will feature 30 “Orbitor” cabins and a 22,000 square foot nightclub, will
be positioned on the Southeast side of the Rio parking lot, visible from
the Las Vegas Strip and Interstate 15.

“The Rio Hotel & Casino location can only be described as magnificent,”
stated Richard Hannigan, President/CEO of VEII. “Voyager has only one
commodity to offer our customers, and that is the view, and there is no
location in, on or around the Las Vegas Strip that offers the view of Las
Vegas, like the Rio. I would also like to state, how pleased we are, to be
given the opportunity to develop a long term relationship with Rio and
Harrah`s Entertainment, Inc.”

Voyager intends to detail its strategic and financial partners in the
weeks to come, which will demonstrate a firm commitment and financial
ability to build the “World`s Tallest Observation Wheel” at the Rio
All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

Voyager is an entertainment development company that is dedicated to
constructing the “World`s Largest and Tallest Observation Wheel.” The
600-foot tall high-tech attraction will, upon completion, accommodate
7,500,000 guests per year with an average individual ride ticket cost of
$18.00. Each wheel consists of 30 Orbitors seating between 16 to 20
passengers depending on the configuration. All passengers will experience
a 27-minute ride duration (“the ride”). Each Orbitor has its own galley
and lavatory to achieve the maximum comfort and safety for its passengers.
Additional information about Voyager is available at its website, .