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Natadola wows PCOs

FIJI’S stunning Natadola Bay wowed a group of US professional conference organisers this weekwhen they took part in a signature ‘Destination Natadola - Passport to Paradise’ famil. Working closely with Tourism Fiji and Rosie Holidays, theInterContinental Fiji MICE team were issued with personalised ‘Discover Natadola’ passports,each page featuring a ‘visa’ of uniquely Fijian experiences that required a stamp at each togain access to the next phase of the Discover Natadola adventure. “This themed famil was designed to showcase all aspects of a MICEexperience on Natadola Bay in a unique and memorable way” said conference & events manager, Louise Acreman. During the experience guests met with local school children, were treated to a tribal performance by VOU, Fiji’s premier contemporary dance group, and then  experienced SPA InterContinental massages andcleansing rituals. “Our aim was to reinvent yourtypical site inspection so our ‘guides’ lead guests - passports in hand - on a journey through anumber of cultural experiences” said Scott Williams, general manager. “The US holds a great amount of potential for Fiji tourism at the moment”, said Mr. Williams. “We can’t wait to share more of Fiji’s unique MICE experiences andwonderful culture with the rest of the world.” FIJI’S stunning Natadola Bay wowed a group of US professional conference organisers this week
when they took part in a signature ‘Destination Natadola – Passport to Paradise’ famil. Working closely with Tourism Fiji and Rosie Holidays, the
InterContinental Fiji MICE team were issued with personalised ‘Discover Natadola’ passports,
each page featuring a ‘visa’ of uniquely Fijian experiences that required a stamp at each to
gain access to the next phase of the Discover Natadola adventure. “This themed famil was designed to showcase all aspects of a MICE
experience on Natadola Bay in a unique and memorable way” said conference & events manager, Louise Acreman. During the experience guests met with local school children, were treated to a tribal performance by VOU, Fiji’s premier contemporary dance group, and then experienced SPA InterContinental massages and
cleansing rituals. “Our aim was to reinvent your
typical site inspection so our ‘guides’ lead guests – passports in hand – on a journey through a
number of cultural experiences” said Scott Williams, general manager. “The US holds a great amount of potential for Fiji tourism at the moment”, said Mr. Williams. “We can’t wait to share more of Fiji’s unique MICE experiences and
wonderful culture with the rest of the world.”
 
 
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