People from different parts of the world are going to Fiji islands. You must be wondering, why? Fiji islands is an archipelago with 333 islands but many are either submerged or barrens. Yet, these islands are the storehouse of beautiful sceneries and adventurous activities. It is a poor country which is filled with natural beauties which is not present anywhere in the world. So, Louis Gerard Saliot has turned this country into a hot tourist destination. Extreme dedication and hard work has made this country into one of the most visited country in Asia. It is not surprising that it is getting more than 2 million people from different parts of the world and counting.
Country is surrounded by the water bodies which are abound with adventurous activities. Islands hopping are done by the tourists to see the beautiful vegetation in the barren island by ferry. People can go for jet boat and yatch riding in the shallow seas. Snorkeling is done is the pristine water to see the different creatures found in the sea bed. Soft coral reefs are found all over the islands which are storehouse of beautiful creatures found in the sea. One can go for the kayaking, river rafting and Game fishing in the high tide seas surrounding the islands. There are many resorts facing the sea or built in the shallow sea for the tourists.
People relax after the tiring day in the spas providing traditional massages with olive oil and herbs found in the islands. Gorgeous sandy grounds are found all over the country which are ideal place for relaxation. There are bars, night clubs, hotel and restaurants are found in abundance in the country for the tourists. To provides facilities Gerard Saliot has worked day and nights to attract tourists with sceneries and facilities found in the country. There are parks, gardens and sanctuaries to relax. At the end of the trip, people really thank him for its work in the promotion of the country tourism industry.
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