Fiji is seeing a bounce back in enquiries from incentives and corporate groups following in the footsteps of a strong return from the leisure market.
Tourism Fiji attended the recent Destination Marketing Services (DMS) re-Connect event along with Fiji Airways and destination marketing company (DMC) Tewaka.
TEWAKA, a 100% Fijian owned and operated tourism transport and destination management services company, launched its carbon footprint offset activity with the support of Fiji’s Ministry of Forestry by planting 800 mangrove seedlings at the Natabua foreshore in Lautoka last week.
Managing director, James Sowane says offsetting the company’s carbon footprint from its fleet emissions is an ongoing and long-term commitment as part of its environmental protection strategy.
The ‘Covid pause’ of the last 20 months has given time for one of Fiji’s best known tourism operators to rebrand and refocus.
Pacific Destinations Fiji is now TEWAKA, with a logo designed around the mangrove plant in the form of a Fijian Tapa design.