Tourism: Blue Lagoon Looks Forward to Tourism Expo 2016
Many of the buyers on board Fiji Princess are first timers here to Fiji.
The Blue Lagoon Cruises looks forward to a fruitful Fijian Tourism Expo 2016. Blue Lagoon Cruises Business Development Manager Wendy Fisher said, “I want to reinforce that Blue Lagoon is in a good position now. “We’ve come along a long way, now in three years and passengers feedback is excellent. “There have been a few changes since the changing of the management and South Sea Cruisers owned the brand.”
She said this year the Fijian Tourism Expo is about Blue Lagoon Cruises. “Reinforcing that the changes and all the itineraries and activities we bought on board the new cultural excursion. “We can now say that Fijian Tourism Expo, we’ve made so many changes and the feedbacks that we have had from passengers is astounding,” Ms Fisher added. “Blue Lagoon Cruises are in a good place, this year we have brought back the cruise into premium position.” A group of buyers from key markets are on board the Fiji Princess for famil Fijian experience which is for a three day cruise in the Yasawa’s. “We have got interested buyers mostly from Europe, like United Kingdom, USA and two from New Zealand. Blue Lagoon Cruises have covered globe and many of the buyers on board Fiji Princess are first timers here to Fiji,” she said. Meanwhile, Tourism Fiji will present a traditional sevusevu to the Tui Nadi at Narewa Village on Monday to seek his blessings for the third Fijian Tourism Expo (FTE).
Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism, Faiyaz Koya, along with Tourism Fiji’s Executive Chairman, Truman Bradley and Pacific Destinations Director, James Sowane would be part of the delegation that will present the sevusevu to observe the traditional protocol.
Pacific Destinations is the major sponsor for the event dubbed as Fiji’s Premier tourism industry event begins on Tuesday at the Denarau Convention Centre.
Overseas buyers with staff on board the Fiji Princess at Port Denarau on Friday..