Friday, 17 March 2017

How Fiji Become an Ideal Destination for Tourists?

Fiji is a beautiful country situated in Southern Pacific Ocean. The island country sits on an archipelago of 333 islands, but only 110 islands are suitable for habitation. The rest of the islands are either submerged in water or possess beautiful tropical forests. The islands have a beautiful coastline with white sand beaches for tourists to bask in the sun. Swimming in the turquoise water is fun and amazing for tourists coming in the islands for vacations. 

Viti Levu and Vanua Levu are the big islands consisting of three-quarter of the total geographical area and housed 75% of entire population. The country is surrounded by the Koro Sea offering several adventure activities to tourists like a jet boat, scuba diving, snorkelling, fishing, island hopping, boating, and watching the coral reefs. There are resorts, villas, and hotspots for tourists to live and stay comfortably during the vacation.

Development of Fiji Tourism Industry

The tourism industry is the mainstay of the Fiji’s economy and growth of GDP. The constant inflow of thousands of tourists has brought billions of dollar and employment to the youths of the country. Earlier, Fiji wasn’t a favourite destination for the tourists due to lack of infrastructure and connectivity. With the aim of developing the industry, Louis Gerard Saliot has started his dream project in Fiji. He worked dedicatedly and consistently to develop one of the most beautiful hotspots Fiji – the Natadola marine project. The use of scientific method and eco-friendly bring fantastic result – it has been witnessed in the pet project of this visionary leader.

Natadola Marine Project

People visiting Fiji fall in love with the natural sceneries, landscapes, and hotspots available for enjoyment. The local people are extremely friendly and love to greet saying “Bula” whenever they see a foreigner.

The role of Gerard Saliot can’t be denied in the development of Natadola Marine project in Fiji. It has a villa, resorts, beachfront homes, gardens, and luxury spa for rejuvenation – making an ideal place for spending a holiday. He is the CEO and President of EAMG, spearheading the development of tourism projects in many parts of South Pacific regions. Contact us to visit in Fiji today. 

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