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Sign up to become a Fiji Matai for your chance to win a trip to paradise

Get ready to say Bula to Tourism Fiji’s brand new training platform for the chance to win some amazing prizes including a spot on a future famil!

The completely reworked online training program, Matai 2.0, which means knowledgeable or to be an expert in something in Fijian, gives travel agents across the globe the opportunity to reacquaint themselves with the destination as travel gets back into the swing of things.

Discover all the dreamy tourism products and experiences Fiji has to offer and learn how to help your clients select a region that’s perfect for them, including understanding the best resorts for luxury, romance, diving, adventure, and other niche experiences.

The new platform features a better user interface experience, interactive maps, new fact sheets and product videos with fresh content regularly added to give you tips for selling Fiji, including topics like how to maximise agent’s own social media channels to reach their customers.

There are also some pretty spiffy benefits to signing up, including exciting airline perks, exclusive invites, places on familiarisations trips and invitations to marketing activities and events, just to name a few.

Plus, the new three-tier system means the fun doesn’t stop after you become a Fiji Matai Specialist, with new Silver and Gold levels, which unlock additional benefits as you go through the tiers.

The best part? To celebrate this blockbuster launch, Tourism Fiji is giving Aussie agents the chance to win some fantastic prizes including return flights to Fiji, a spot on a future Fiji famil and a bunch of spot prizes including Pure Fiji gift packs.

For a chance to win, all you need to do is complete the “introduction to Fiji” course to become a Bronze Fiji Matai Specialist by 31 May 2022 and complete your profile information. It’s that easy!

Sign up to become a Matai agent HERE.

For the most up-to-date information about travel to Fiji, check out Tourism Fiji’s handy FAQ page HERE.



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