As we approach the start of the new year, Fiji is preparing for a boom in tourism, with major events like the New Year’s Eve celebrations and the World Heritage Site visit scheduled for this week.
But this week also features a number of events that could see some of the island’s most famous landmarks being closed or significantly scaled back.
Here’s a look at what’s happening around Fiji.
Fiji Tourism’s plan for the next year Fiji is home to a diverse and vibrant tourism industry, with many visitors taking advantage of its location to see the world from the comfort of their own home.
The country has long been known as the island of adventure and for good reason.
Fiji boasts some of Fiji’s most breathtaking scenery, and the world’s most popular tourist destination, the Big Island, boasts a unique set of beaches and waterside resorts, as well as spectacular scenery in the Pacific Ocean.
However, this has not always been the case.
In the 19th century, Fiji was a British overseas territory.
In 1898, Britain sent a force of 10,000 troops to the islands to protect the British Empire from potential threats from the Japanese.
Fiji was not at the time a British protectorate, but the islands were still under British rule when the troops arrived.
The troops also included many of Fiji ‘s indigenous inhabitants, including the Polynesians, the Māori and the Tuamotu.
The force was also made up of British troops, many of whom had fought in the First World War.
Although the troops left after the British troops were gone, the troops’ presence is believed to have had a lasting effect on the culture of the country.
The troops had a significant impact on Fiji and their culture, as many people regarded the British presence as an insult and one of the reasons for its eventual withdrawal.
Throughout the 19st century, the islands remained under British protection and continued to be ruled by British rule for much of the 20th century.
However, in the 1960s, a new wave of nationalism swept through Fiji and the islands’ government changed its stance.
Fiji began a policy of independence from the UK and started building its own independent national government, which was formally recognised by the United Nations in 1972.
Since then, Fiji has been ruled by the government of the Republic of Tuvalu, which is also known as Tuvalo.
The Republic of Fiji has a rich history and cultural heritage and was established in 1963, following the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi by the British.
Fiji is also a member of the European Union and is one of six Pacific island nations to be included in the EU’s Common Market, which includes Fiji and other Pacific nations.
In 2014, the island was ranked as the best country in the world in the Mercer International Prosperity Index, and ranked as one of Europe ‘s most sustainable economies in 2017.
In 2018, Tuvalos government approved a new constitution, which gave the government the right to change its constitution if it was deemed to be incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights.
There is a history of the islands government changing its position on issues of human rights, such as the treatment of indigenous people.
Tuvalos independence is not the only issue that has led to a change in Fiji ‘ s government.
In 2013, Tuasilu was awarded the European Cultural Heritage Award for its efforts to promote culture and heritage.
It was also awarded the 2014 International Award for Excellence in Tourism.
While Fiji is not one of Australia ‘s biggest tourism destinations, it is an island country, and tourism is a big part of the economy.
The country exports more than $30 billion in goods and services every year.
In 2019, tourism accounted for more than 60 per cent of the local economy.
Fiji has had a long and colourful history of independence.
A lot of the changes have been made with the benefit of the people, and this has led the country to the top of the Mercer Prosperity index.
In 2017, Fiji ranked as having the fourth-best business climate in the region, ahead of Australia and New Zealand.
Tourism is one key sector of the Fiji economy, and has helped drive the island to the bottom of the global tourism rankings.
According to the United States Census Bureau, Fiji had the highest number of tourists in the Americas in 2019.
The island also has the highest percentage of residents who said they were tourists in 2019, with more than half of its inhabitants saying they were, up from 41 per cent in 2015.
Many of the world ‘s largest tourism companies, including American giant Disney, are based in Fiji.
There are also a number that are based overseas, such with the Royal Caribbean, the French Riviera resort and the Grand Hyatt hotel.
According to the 2018 Mercer Prosperance Index, Fiji’s economy is estimated to be worth $2.9 billion, with tourism accounting for 17 per cent.
At the other end