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Hotelier invites media

Felix Chaudhary
Friday, December 21, 2012

A PROMINENT local hotelier is taking proactive steps to ensure international travellers are aware that Fiji is still a safe destination despite the destruction left by Tropical Cyclone Evan.

Tony Whitton, managing director for Rosie Holidays, Likuliku Lagoon Resort and Malolo Island Resort, said he planned to invite a group of international journalists to the Yasawa and Mamanuca group in January to experience Fiji first-hand and relay the message to their people that Fiji was still a great holiday destination.

He said it was important that those making holiday plans looked at Fiji as a potential destination.

"Travellers and potential visitors need to be made aware that the north is 100 per cent operational and they offer some fantastic experiences up there. The Coral Coast is also fully operational and has a wide variety of activities and experiences available as well."

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