Tourism Fiji update on heavy rains and flooding in Fiji

Tourism Fiji Weather Update No. 3
Nadi, Fiji - 1100 hours, 27 January 2012

It’s business as usual for Fiji’s tourism industry.

Flood waters have rapidly receded, all main roads are open and the destination’s tourism infrastructure, along with ground, air and sea transportation services, is back in full operation.

Nadi Town has reopened to traffic and the clean-up is well underway with local storekeepers now busy restocking shops in order to resume business from today.

The previously partially flooded Nadi-Denarau Island road is also completely clear of water with all resorts in the area reporting a full return to normal services and both inbound and outbound guests once again able to travel unimpeded to and from Nadi International Airport.

Domestic carriers Pacific Sun Airlines and Northern Air flights are fully operational and helicopter transfers between the Coral Coast, Denarau and Nadi International Airport have now been expanded to once again include the outer islands.

On the water, both the Malolo Cat and Southsea Cruises/Awesome Adventures have recommenced full services into the Mamanuca Islands while the Yasawa Flyer’s inbound/outbound services into the Yasawa Islands have been in place since yesterday.

Captain Cook Cruises has also resumed its fully accommodated and daily cruise program while Blue Lagoon Cruises’ schedules will recommence with a three-day cruise departing from Lautoka tomorrow (Saturday).

All resorts and hotels across the destination continue to operate as per normal.


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