Airing fortnightly on Tourism Fiji’s YouTube Channel, ‘Happy Hour TV’ will be available for international travellers and locals alike to tune in for an extra dose of Fiji happiness.
In the first episode the hosts report on the revival of bartering across Fiji as they speak with the founder of the revolutionary Facebook page, ‘Barter for Better Fiji.’ This Facebook group was created during the pandemic as a way for Fijians who are short on cash to still collect the items and resources they need.
Flight Centre’s Travel Expos reached Auckland this weekend after successful events in Christchurch and Wellington.
Tourism Fiji didn’t drop any particular Bombshells when it hosted travel trade and media to a Gold Class showing of the movie of the same name at Auckland’s Event Cinemas this week.
All 38 spots for Tourism Fiji’s Matai mega famil scheduled for 17 to 24 November 2019 have been filled after more than 200 expressions of interest were registered earlier this month.
Multi-generational travel continues to fire in Fiji, and high-end resorts have been quick to cater for this market.
Thirty eight agents from around New Zealand returned from Fiji yesterday as Tourism Fiji’s Matai conference and famils came to an end.
- Shannon Mena-Levin (right) of House... Shannon Mena-Levin (right) of House...
- Juan Pablo Pontoriero of Seasonz... Juan Pablo Pontoriero of Seasonz...
- Christine McCann of Jean-Michel Cousteau... Christine McCann of Jean-Michel Cousteau...
The Tourism Fiji Luxury & Boutique Cocktail Information evening saw a strong turnout of some 70 New Zealand agents. The products represented at the event included Royal Davui Island Resort, Qamea Resort & Spa, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Six Senses Fiji, Kokomo Private Island, Nanuku Auberge Resort, Pacic Island Air, Yasawa Island Resort, Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Dolphin Island.
Tourism Fiji says its campaign to attract young and adventurous travellers to Fiji is off to a flying start.
In its first two weeks, the social media-based campaign fronted by Kiwi adventurer and influencer Logan Dodds reached 1.3 million Kiwi 18-29-year-olds, attracting plenty of positive engagement and reactions.