The South Pacific Tourism Organisation would like to congratulate the Fiji government and key Fiji tourism industry partners for their work in developing tourism which reflects in Fiji being identified as the top tourist destination in the Pacific region in 2016, capturing forty percent of the total visitor arrivals to the region in the year.
Winner of the AON Excellence in Tourism 'Fiji Ground Operator of the Year' award recognising excellence in tourism, for 16 years in a row, Rosie Holidays is a family owned business with nearly 40 years experience.
Si Holidays yesterday announced the launch of its first Rosie Holidays destination brochure for Fiji 2017-2018, featuring new properties on Kadavu Island and the new Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay, as well as Fiji’s newest and most exclusive private island resort, Kokomo Island Fiji, Aussie developer Lang Walker’s project of love.
The majestic ruins of Nan Madol, an ancient city built on a coral reef, can be found off the eastern shore of Pohnpei. UNESCO describes it as a “globally significant masterpiece of creative genius”. Present-day underwa-ter achievements can now also be found in the vicinity of Nan Madol; farms of corals, sponges, and giant clams flourish, helping Pohnpeians become more resili-ent.
Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau CEO, Josefa ‘Jo’ Tuamoto has commended the University of the South Pacific’s (USP) School of Tourism and Hospitality (STHM) in Honiara for the role it is taking in addressing and educating service industry personnel on change management and other issues relevant to the sector.
It’s beautiful, warm and just a hop-step-and-jump from Australia, which is why around half a million Aussies and Kiwis choose to holiday in Fiji every year. Once visited, Fiji is also one of those unique destinations, delivering the kind of heart-and-soul experience that almost guarantees you will return – and soon!