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Overview

Tourism has become a major part of Fiji’s economy, which contributed FJD2,244.2m in 2011.  The sector employed 104,500 people, constituting 31.9% of total employment in the country (World Travel and Tourism Council – WTTC 2011).  Tourism is by far the largest foreign exchange earner for the islands.  According to the WTTC, Fiji ranks 13th out 181 countries for the relative contribution of tourism to its economy, with a 35.4% share of GDP, compared to the world average of 14% (2011).  In 2010 the islands saw 632,000 tourist arrivals, of which almost 50% were from Australia.  After this New Zealand and the USA offer the next largest source markets respectively.  In 2011 visitor exports generated FJD1,479.4m, which made up 44.6% of total exports.  The Fiji Visitor’s Bureau is the government’s tourism promotion arm, and is responsible for marketing Fiji as an exotic tourist destination to target markets.  The Fiji Hotels and Tourism Association is the trade association that represents this industry.  

Tourism and Travel organisations in Fiji
Society of Fiji Travel Agents