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The FHTA Dive Operators Subcommittee (DiveComm) raises awareness and updates on dive issues and safety concerns with relevant stakeholders, carries out dive checks and provides endorsement letters for “Members”
The Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association (FHTA) is a leading industry body representing hotels, resorts, and other tourism stakeholders in Fiji. The association was established in 1965 and has since
Mission: protect, promote and develop the interests of the hospitality industry and the people within the industry through the establishment of standards, adequate training and recommending appropriate legislation and to promote good relations with all stakeholders in the industry.
As Fiji continues to grapple with the issue of sustainability, the importance of recycling has become an increasing part of achieving this, but just as clearly, our efforts need to be part of an ongoing series of collective actions to determine exactly how we Keep Fiji Beautiful.
Despite the efforts of individuals and organizations to promote recycling, there is a critical aspect of this issue that is often overlooked: the readiness for recycling when there is a far more urgent issue at stake for many of our citizens – waste collection.
IHG Fiji hotels celebrated Earth Hour, by building on the core theme of Earth Hour – a clean-up initiative, a ‘Greener Stay’ opt-in and inviting guests to turn off the
NADI, FIJI – 29 March 2023 – Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay actively participated in Earth Hour on Saturday, 25th March 23, by joining in solidarity with millions of people
The Association and its Members agree to further urge their Member and non-Member partners to act in accordance with this Code. FHTA is a voluntary association of Members and is the pre-eminent tourism industry association in Fiji.
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So as to ensure a level playing field and to have clear policies and practices to ensure consistent application for wholesale and retail travel agent partners as well as our visitors,
Below are the Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association’s Articles of Association which were amended, and approved on 23 June 2022, in compliance with the Companies Act 2015.
Following the FHTA Annual General Meeting on Thursday 23 June 2022, the Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association Board of Directors stand as follows; Brian Kirsch – PresidentCompany Director, Likuri Island
Becoming a member of the Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association comes with many benefits for tourism businesses.