Show-casing Fijian culture and InterContinental Fiji’s unique MICE and private VIP events InterContinental Fiji hosted Australian Professional Conference Organisers (PCO’s), event managers and MICE media on their signature ‘Destination Natadola – Passport to Paradise’ famil last weekend.
“The famil is designed to exhibit the InterContinental Fiji MICE experience in a memorable way” says Conference & Events Manager, Louise Acreman. “Fijian culture is at the core of our program and for this famil we chose to showcase the resort’s locally inspired cuisine.”
‘Discover Natadola’ passports containing ‘visas’ of uniquely Fijian experiences were issued to PCO’s on arrival. On their journey guests met with Malomalo Primary school children, were treated to Indian and tribal performance by VOU; Fiji’s premier contemporary dance group, and a special appearance by Chef Gerard Marr. Sunset canapés on the 4th hole of Natadola’s championship golf course preempted the ‘Taste of Fiji’ experience at the resort’s award-winning restaurant Navo.
“The ‘Passport to Paradise’ famil is our unique take on a site inspection and is designed to lead guests on a journey of culturally enriching experiences within the local community” says Scott Williams, General Manager.
“Australia’s tourism business is invaluable to the Fiji tourism industry”, said Mr. Williams. “We are excited to showcase the unique MICE experiences and wonderful local culture the resort and Fiji has to offer.”