Bula from Fiji! If you ever visit our islands, you’ll hear that a lot. It’s more than just a greeting, it’s the spirit of the country. Fiji is located in the heart of the South Pacific and offers something for every adventure traveler, from long walks on white sand beaches to hiking through caves to waterfalls and snorkeling with sharks. But what makes Fiji so famous is its people, who are known for their amazing “Bula” hospitality, cheeky sense of humor, and thriving culture, centered around family and community. Travelers to Fiji cannot help but soak up some of the Fijian happiness that is so pervasive; it is often said that you arrive in Fiji as a visitor and leave as family.
In this webinar providing a full introduction to Fiji's culture and adventures, you'll learn about:
About The Presenters
Ruth Daly, Regional Director, North America, Tourism Fiji
Ruth Daly is a travel industry veteran, having spent much of her early career in Australasia, starting as a Tour Guide for Contiki Holidays and later working for a number of tour operators and wholesalers across the South Pacific. After five years with the Hong Kong Tourism Board, Ruth joined Tourism Fiji as Regional Manager, North America in 2014 and enjoys nothing more than traveling to Fiji which she considers her adopted home.
Hannah Townsend, PR & Marketing Manager, North America, Tourism Fiji
Hannah Townsend is a travel enthusiast and PR maven with nearly a decade of experience in the travel industry. Her background includes working for a top tier PR agency with a diverse group of clients spanning from hotel groups and destinations to liquor brands and travel products, before moving in house with Tourism Fiji in 2019. In 2020, she completed a Mini-MBA certification in Digital Marketing at Rutgers University. When traveling - particularly in Fiji - Hannah is always up for an adventure whether it be an early morning hike, a scuba dive or most recently - snorkeling with hammerhead sharks!
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