Investors in the tourism industry anticipate Australia and New Zealand expanding the Trans-Tasman travel bubble to include Fiji.
With Australians and New Zealanders accounting for about 75 percent of Fiji’s tourists, experts say it is equally important for the country to be prepared for when the bubble expands to Fiji.
With zero cases of COVID-19 recorded in the past four weeks, the opportunity will help in the recovery of the tourism sector.
Tourism Capital Partners Andrew Griffiths says business for tourism backers will continue if the travel bubble expands to the country.
Experts in the tourism sector say it is equally important that while Fiji depends on tourism for economic revival it has to be cautious about reopening its borders
Neeraj Chadha – Vice President Marriott International Fiji Resort says the travel bubble with allow for cash flow.
Discussions are still underway with the Australia and New Zealand government about Fiji’s inclusion in the travel bubble.