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Fiji ranked among world's top honeymoon destinations

02-16-2011 14:41 BJT

SUVA, Feb. 16 (Xinhua) -- Fiji's tourism industry stakeholders have smiles on their faces as Fiji has been ranked amongst the world's top honeymoon destinations by popular wedding magazine Bride, local media reported Wednesday.

Bride, which has over 6.5 million readers per issue and is published 12 times a year, is the most widely read wedding magazine in the world.

According to the report, Fiji has been ranked number three behind Hawaii in top spot and French Polynesia at number two, after beating other top destinations like Italy, Bali, Bermuda, Costa Rica, Greece, Bahama's and France.

The Bride survey was conducted through the Signature Travel Network, a group of more than 6,000 top travel agents in North America. The A-list agents at the network have partnered to name the world's hottest islands, resorts, cities, hotels, and hideaways, making Fiji a hot spot destination.

Two of Fiji's resorts have made the top ten Bargain Hotels in the South Pacific, based on the Travellers Choice Hotel Awards 2011. They are Yasawa-based Nanuya Island Resort which has simply being termed "Paradise" and Nakia Resort & Dive on Fiji's garden island of Taveuni, which has been described as "absolutely Eco- friendly and amazing".

The winners are determined from ratings by over 20 million travelers from around the world. These ratings would leave a mark on Fiji being a place not to miss when tourists flock to the Pacific region for a holiday.

Meanwhile, Fiji's InterContinental Golf Resort & Spa has been recognized as the South Pacific's most luxurious resort. The honour came as part of DestinAsian's 2010 Luxe List, further strengthening the resort's reputation for delivering top of the line service and luxury.

Editor:Du Xiaodan |Source: Xinhua

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