Thursday, 8 June 2017

What is the role of Louis Gerard Saliot in the tourism industry of Fiji?

Building and maintaining a world-class infrastructure is usually difficult for small island nations. Their economies are not big enough to support all the services required by tourists visiting their country. In these circumstances, foreign investments are invited by the governments of these small countries. Both the investors and country have a win-win situation in these scenarios.

One of the examples is Fiji. Fiji is a small island nation in the South Pacific region. The economy of the country is highly depended on tourism and hospitality sector. The country opened investment routes for foreigners and Louis Gerard Saliot, the legendary real estate tycoon in tourism sector transformed barren lands of Fiji into world famous tourist hubs.

Saliot's achievements in Fiji

There are many projects on which Saliot worked in Fiji but his biggest achievement was Natadola Bay project. Natadola is a beautiful place with multiple white sandy beaches, pristine sceneries, and beautiful coral reefs. Once a barren land, Gerrard Saliot worked his best and brought the best out of that barren lands.

The resorts and villas in Natadola Bay are no less than the best hotels and resorts made in developed countries. The South Pacific island thematic resorts attract tourist from around the world. All the amenities are readily available for each tourist visiting this beautiful place. Natadola Bay is well connected to the capital city of Suva.

There is another reason for tourists visiting Natadola Bay. The best golf course of Fiji resides in Natadola. There are multiple international tournaments organised in this beautiful golf course. World’s best golfers take part in those competitions and numerous tourists from around the world visit Natadola Bay to witness epic matches there.  Louis Gerrard Saliot got awarded by the Fijian government for his efforts to develop one of the best tourist hubs in the country. If you want to know more about this eminent figure then contact us.

Thursday, 1 June 2017

Who is the best property developer in tourism sector?

There are not many people in the world who got the vision and resources to transform a whole sector of any country. Louis Gerard Saliot is one of those few people gifted with the talent of building and transforming any secluded place into a world-class destination. It’s not just talent but a mixture of sheer hard work and great eyesight in future. He is famous for developing many tourist hubs in different countries and Fiji is one prime example.

Fijian tourism sector development

There was a time when Fijian economy was staggering. The infrastructure was not up to global standards due to which the tourist inflow was slow. Gerard Saliot took the responsibility to uplift the tourism sector of this beautiful island nation. He started constructing resorts, villas, and a golf course on Natadola Bay. Today, Natadola Golf course is ranked among the most beautiful golf courses in the world. People enjoy water sports like snorkelling on Natadola Beach and stay lavishly in resorts near the beach. There is an abundance of tourists at the time of international golf tournaments. 

The employment generated by this project is unmatchable. Gerard Saliot was awarded by Fijian government for the upliftment of their biggest sector in the economy.
Some insights about this legendary man

Louis Gerard Saliot has 35 years of experience in tourism and hospitality sector. He is an expert in areas like property development, international trade, and business development. He founded Euro-Asia Management group with two of his partners to help different countries in the upliftment of their staggering tourism sector. The company has three established offices in Jakarta, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He also provides consultation to government and international agencies in infrastructure development. He is a well-known man between masses of different countries. 
Contact us, if you want to know more about his recent projects and achievements.