NADI, FIJI (NOVEMBER, 2021) Club Wyndham Denarau Island has achieved 100 per cent vaccination status and is considered a fully vaccinated business under Tourism Fiji’s CareFiji Commitment, after its staff completed their COVID-19 vaccination.

The “100% vaccination stamp” is an add-on feature to Tourism Fiji’s CareFiji Commitment program which demonstrates an intent to prioritise health and safety. Fiji has required hospitality businesses to be fully vaccinated in order to follow global best practice for travel.

“We are proud of our staff for completing their vaccinations. We believe this demonstrates to our guests that we value their health and safety, and we hope the accreditation system will help encourage domestic travel in earnest and international travel to resume sooner,” said the resort’s General Manager, Kaydee George.

Club Wyndham Denarau Island has also undergone an extensive renovation program since COVID-19 hit. Works include repairs to the beachfront rock wall and beach, re-thatching bures, a new pizza bar, updated playground equipment, a cinema at the kids’ club, rustproofing, re-painting the exterior of buildings, renovation of the restaurant kitchen and swim-up pool bar, refurbishment of the gym and more.

Despite spending much of the past 18 months closed, the resort was once again named in the Top 25 South Pacific resorts in TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice Awards earlier this year.

Club Wyndham Denarau Island
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