Domestic tourism will be a priority for economies in the next couple of months as the tourism market will become very competitive.
Tourists’ confidence is a factor to consider when traveling will open again.
This was revealed by the Chief Executive Officer Christopher Roy Cocker today.
Cocker said that Fiji will be the first Pacific country to open its tourism sector once the boarder lock-downs are lifted.
Countries whose GDP is 80 percent attributed to the tourism sector will be the most affected by the pandemic.
“These are countries like the French Polynesia and the Cook Islands”, Cocker said.
The tourism industry rakes in an estimate $FJD6 Billion to the region.