Sustainability was the buzzword at the Fiji Tourism Exchange, and some of the industry’s quiet pioneers were glad to hear it.
“The only way to survive the pandemic was through sustainability. The only way forward…would be through sustainable practices, for example, growing [our] own produce, and educating your own people,” said Danny Jason, the founder of the Namosi Eco Retreat, a tourism business operating out of the misty mountains of Fiji’s highlands.
The retreat’s . . .