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Tourism Fiji kicks off Virtual Roadshow with famil incentive

Tourism Fiji is kicking off its Virtual Roadshow this week, giving Aussie and Kiwi agents the opportunity to update their knowledge on the destination.

Running from today until 15 July, the roadshow will connect agents with wholesalers and product teams, focusing on a different region each fortnight.

There will be a variety of suppliers from all over Fiji, and the format will include short virtual updates with exclusive insider tips, as well as how Fiji is getting ready for borders re-opening.

The event will run fortnightly, with updates available online for seven full days, for agents to log in at a time most convenient to them. 

The first virtual update will feature Denarau, and launches today from 11am, but agents can access the Virtual Roadshow anytime that suits them until 5pm the following week (Wednesday 31 March).

  • The roadshow will focus on these nine regions:
    • Denarau,
    • Nadi & Surrounds,
    • Coral Coast,
    • Mamanuca Islands,
    • Momi Bay & Natadola,
    • Savusavu,
    • Taveuni,
    • Yasawa Islands
    • Off The Beaten Track (Suncoast, Pacific Harbour & Cruising!)

Next fortnight’s virtual update will tackle the Coral Coast, again open for 7 days.

Each roadshow will feature an introduction and a rundown of each region from the Tourism Fiji team, followed by 5-minute updates from the resorts and tourism operators, and a quiz at the end.

As an incentive, there will be many prizes up for grabs each fortnight, as well as 10 spots on the first famil to depart when the borders re-open!

Subsequent Virtual Roadshow dates will take place on Thurs 8 April, Thurs 22 April, Thurs 6 May, Thurs 20 May, Thurs 3 June, Thurs 17 June, Thurs 1 July, Thurs 15 July.

Agents can register HERE.



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