Louis Gerard Saliot Contributions To Fiji Tourism Industry

Fiji islands are one of the most popular destinations for the tourists’ in Asia. It is an archipelago of 333 islands and situated in the south of Pacific Ocean. It is a treat for the people loving water activities and adventurous seekers. Tourists from different parts of the world are visiting these islands due to their sight-seeing and amusing activities. Earlier, islands were barren and not fit for tourists as there were no facilities and worth seeing sights. Louis Gerard Saliot has worked day and night to make these resorts and beautify the islands. Thus, he considered the pioneer of Fiji’s tourism industry.

As islands are surrounded by water bodies, so there are lots of water related activities and sceneries for the tourists. Water is pristine and is a home to hundreds of beautiful creatures. People can learn swimming and snorkeling to explore the sea bed which is home to colorful animals. Soft coral reefs are found surrounding the islands which supports various beautiful sea creatures. One can go for the islands hopping with the help of boat hired by the tourists. Blue lagoon cruise is a treat for the couple to spend the quality time among each other. There are many adventurous trips like kayaking and white water rafting in the Fijian river.

There are many things which attract the visitors to come back again after the trip. It gives many life-long cherishing memories which are carried from the visits in the long. This is due to the beautification and transformation of the Fiji islands into resorts. Gerard Saliot is the person with a indomitable spirit, worked tirelessly to give Fiji of today. It is easily visible to the visitors of its efforts and hard work through the sightseeing and man-made sceneries found in the islands. Go and explore this islands with your family this vacation to get everlasting cherishing memories in life. 

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