Book that weekend getaway and enjoy the break

Book that weekend getaway, take that multi-night cruise, utilise the dive facilities, dine in and see and experience parts of Fiji you may never have seen before. Picture: KAYAK.COM

TOURISM for Inclusive Growth’ is the theme for World Tourism Day 2021, which was celebrated last month.

This year’s theme celebrates tourism’s ability to drive inclusive development and the role it plays in promoting respect while generating opportunities for many workers across our country.

As our domestic tourism market restarts after a five month hiatus, we are very aware that doing this safely will set us on our road to reopening successfully to the rest of the world.

But like all things, we start at home first.

The tourism sector is buoyed by everyone’s collective efforts in ensuring economic recovery can commence through being fully vaccinated so that we can all return to work and school and sports.

Fiji Hotel & Tourism Association (FHTA) is pleased to be a part of the industry discussions with the Government to deliberate on the national reopening framework.

Our tourism family is looking forward to welcoming local and international visitors into a safe and sustainable Fijian experience.

We encourage locals to make use of the many deals and experiences available as the industry enhances its COV- ID-safe protocols and ensures your holidays can be as safe and exciting as ever.

We urge you to use only those businesses that have been Care Fiji Commitment (CFC) approved because they have been confirmed to provide the safest service and products for you, and remember consistent mask-wearing, social distancing, hand sanitising and the usage of the Care Fiji app is really important.

This is a part of our lives now, no matter where we are in Fiji.

Book that weekend getaway, take that multi-night cruise, utilise the dive facilities, dine in and see and experience parts of Fiji you may never have seen before.

Thank you for helping us bring back our employees and thank you for supporting us to stay safe.

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