International buyers that have registered to attend the Fiji Tourism Expo (FTE) 2015 in June will be offered famil tours of Fiji.
The results are in and it seems that Tourism Fiji’s ‘Where Happiness Finds You’ campaign worked wonders.
Tourism Fiji has officially opened the program for the inaugural Fijian Tourism Expo (FTE) to be held at the Sheraton Convention Centre on Denarau Island between May 6-8, 2014.
Tourism Fiji has engaged marketing heavy hitters to attract business back to its shores. The Where Happiness Finds You campaign is just the beginning of a program that will see Fiji claw back market share.
Fiji’s tourism has quickly returned to ‘business as usual’, with the Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association reporting that most major resorts and hotels have already resumed full operations.
Hot on the heels of its record breaking 2010 performance which saw more than 318,000 Australians visit Fiji across the year, the destination has kicked off 2011 in strong form with Australian visitor arrivals for January closing in on the 26,000 mark.
While tropical Cyclone Tomas continues to linger in the Fijian islands, government and tourism officials are confident the worst is over with the cyclone now tracking south and east away from the main commercial and tourist areas of Viti Levu, the Mamanuc
Capping off an unprecedented six month period of growth which saw all previous Australian visitor arrival records for the July-December period fall by the wayside, Fiji has seen out 2009 just 0.5 per cent down on its record breaking 2008 performance.
Fiji’s record breaking Australian visitor arrival performance continues unabated with the South Pacific destination hosting a record smashing 27,531 Aussies last October.
Figures released by Tourism Fiji this week (sep 15) have shown close to 25,000 Australians visited the destination in July, a record for the South Pacific nation.
Fiji is set to host the 2010 Australian Society of Travel Writers (ASTW) Annual General Meeting, following last weekend’s (Aug 21) announcement it would be the only destination to bid for the yearly event, which attracts over 200 travel journalists and ma
The Australian head of Tourism Fiji has described Harvey World Travel’s decision to stage its annual ‘frontliners’ conference in Fiji as indicative of the renewed interest now being generated in Australia for the destination.
Tourism Fiji remains confident of inbound numbers rising in 2009 despite Australian arrivals falling 29 per cent in the first two months of the year.