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Victorian and South Australian travel agents and wholesalers at the Hilton-managed Fiji Beach Resort & Spa. With them are, front row (far left) Rowena
Ragigia Dawai (far right, back row) and Olivia Bolatagici, both of Tourism Fiji’s New Zealand office, with top wedding specialists from New Zealand.

The wedding and honeymoon market is among Fiji’s top tourism draws.

To show Kiwi wedding specialists why more Kiwis get married in Fiji than anywhere else, Tourism Fiji’s New Zealand office recently invited 12 of the top specialists to sample the destination.

Tourism Fiji Regional Director New Zealand Sala Toganivalu said the main thrust of the ‘Romance Me’ familiarisation was to showcase the wide range of Fiji hotels and resorts now catering to the wedding/romantic travel sector.

More than 20 partner properties and companies spread across Viti Levu, the Mamanuca Islands and the Yasawa Islands provided the national tourist office with support for the event.

Toganivalu said the visit was intended to demonstrate the huge variety of wedding packages, specialised arrangements, locations, and reception options now available to the Kiwi market.

“In recent years more New Zealanders have been married and enjoyed their honeymoons in Fiji than any other destination,” she said.

“The romantic travel market is in fact our biggest source of what we term ‘special interest’ visitor arrivals.

“The nationwide series of workshops and this visit by some of the country’s most experienced romantic travel consultants has more than underlined Fiji’s presence on the New Zealand weddings and honeymoon scene.”

Meanwhile, Tourism Fiji and Pacific Blue celebrated the start up of the airline’s direct Melbourne-Nadi services and the soon-to-commence Adelaide services with a ‘one night stand’ for a select group of 30 Victorian and South Australian travel agents and wholesalers in Fiji, also last week.

Tourism Fiji CEO Josefa Tuamoto said the key intention of the overnight flyer was to introduce the group to the destination.

“With Pacific Blue’s direct Melbourne-Nadi services now under way and extremely well supported in the first instance, we are very excited and look forward to the start-up of the direct Adelaide-Nadi services which are due to commence in around 12 weeks,” he said.

“Fiji’s tourism industry has also been heartened by Pacific Blue’s decision to operate an extra direct Melbourne-Nadi service throughout July and August, the extra Melbourne flights providing an almost daily connection ex-Adelaide to Nadi from now on.

“This in effect means Pacific Blue will be operating Fiji services on an almost daily basis with seamless connectivity between both destinations.

“These new services spell particularly good news for Fiji’s aspirations in Australia’s southern states and frankly couldn’t have come at a better time.

“While Victoria is a very well established market for us, South Australia represents a latent source of visitor arrivals for the destination,’ he said.

”The new services will undoubtedly accelerate our steadily growing visitor numbers from Australia,” he said.




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