Tourism Fiji and Rosie Holidays conclude threecity roadshow in India

first_imgTravellers in India recently got the opportunity to acquaint themselves with the tourist attractions of Fiji in a three-city roadshow organised by Tourism Fiji and Rosie Holidays. The roadshow was conducted in New Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai for travel agents to explore destinations in Fiji and educate travellers about them.The Fijian delegation consisting of Ahura Resorts, Matamanoa Island Resort, Namale Resort & Spa, Nanuku Auberge Resort, The Pearl South Pacific, Fiji Airways, Rosie Holidays and Tourism Fiji conducted a combination of frontline trainings as well as networking events.Adeline Lee-Erasito, Director Business Development, Rosie Holidays Fiji, said, “The roadshow allowed all the tourism trade partners from Fiji to interact with over 200 key travel and tour operators, MICE providers, up-market leisure operators and media personnel. We as Rosie Holidays understand the nature of our Indian guests and we try and put in the extra effort while preparing itineraries for them. We are very hopeful of the India market and look forward to welcoming more visitors to Fiji.”Fiji Airways sponsored free of cost tickets for winners of the raffle draw in each market that the roadshow was held. Speaking about her experience, Wenchi Wang, Regional General Manager- Asia, Fiji Airways, said, “Fiji Airways is happy to have joined the roadshow since India market has always been our focus for Singapore and Hong Kong routes. We appreciate the quality of the seminar, networking cocktails as well as the meetings with different agents. In 2016, the performance India market increased double digit and we expect much more from India.”In addition to the air tickets, complimentary stay was gifted to winners of the raffle draw by all the hotels and resorts participating in the roadshow.“India is a growing market for us. Last year we received 4,000 visitors from India registering an approximate growth of 15% and for this year too we have set a target of double digit growth,” said Vaijayanthi Kari, India Representative, Tourism Fiji.last_img

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