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Let’s Go Local: You Can’t Beat a Wailoaloa Sunset: Emma Campbell

The Tourism Fiji chief marketing officer can be described as a diligent worker. Emma Campbell, originally from Scotland, was appointed as the chief marketing officer in 2019. She has made
12 Oct 2021 09:15
Let’s Go Local: You Can’t Beat a Wailoaloa Sunset:  Emma Campbell
Sunset at Ramada Suites Wyndham at Wailoaloa Beach with the inserted image of Emma Campbell with her husband and two children at the Namosi Eco Retreat.

The Tourism Fiji chief marketing officer can be described as a diligent worker.

Emma Campbell, originally from Scotland, was appointed as the chief marketing officer in 2019.

She has made Fiji her home ever since.

 

“In 2019 my family and I moved to Fiji and have fallen in love with this beautiful country and the people,” she said.

“Between work and family, I don’t have much spare time.”

“But I love being active so in my spare time we explore Fiji as a family as much as possible.”

Ms Campbell is married with two children.

 

 

What Is The One Place In Fiji You’d Take Every Visitor To, And Why?
Namosi Eco Retreat.

My family and I loved our time there.

From the carrier journey inland, to the communal meals, and just being in such amazing natural surroundings.

It’s a real taste of Fiji.

And I’d love many other visitors to experience it too.

 

 

What’s Your Secret Backyard Favourite Spot?
Wailoaloa Beach for sure.

I might be biased because we live there but I just love it.

There are so many options for both visitors and locals alike.

Beach bars like Sailor’s Beach, the rooftop bar at Ramada, not to mention the cute little play area downstair for the kids.

 

Aquarius does a great breakfast.

And now with Bulaccino popping up there is great coffee and caramel slice too.

Bitu juice bar is also a favourite after a morning walk on the beach.

And you just can’t beat a Wailoaloa sunset.

 

Donut and a cup of coffee at Vanua Chocolate in Nadi.

Donut and a cup of coffee at Vanua Chocolate in Nadi.

What’s Your Favourite Place In Fiji For A Pie/Coffee?
I can’t choose, I love coffee.

My most frequented coffee shop is the amazing Vanua Chocolate downstairs from Tourism Fiji’s head office in Nadi.

Ms Mere there does an amazing job at remembering everyone’s favourite coffee.

The chocolate is simply amazing.

 

I also have to give a shout out to Nanuka Auberge Resort in Pacific Harbour who made me my favourite ever coffee in Fiji.

I love going to Suva as there are so many great options down there too.

And finally, a special shout out to the Captain’s Table at the Copra Shed in Savusavu, who also do fabulous coffee.

 

Guest at the Lavena Coastal Walk in Taveuni.

Guest at the Lavena Coastal Walk in Taveuni.

What’s One Fiji Spot On The Top Of Your Bucket List?
The Garden Island of Taveuni of course.

While I have visited Taveuni, it was a quick visit and was mainly for work.

I didn’t have time to explore the island.

And I would love to do a proper visit and explore Taveuni with my family.

Hopefully soon.

 

Feedback: shreya.kumar@fijisun.com.fj



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