Nanuku, Auberge Resorts Collection, the South Pacific paradise set along the legendary serene coastline of Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu, was the proud recipient of The Travel Awards 2019 Sustainable Tourism Company of the Year. Just weeks after also being recognised as the No.1 resort in Australia and the South Pacific in Condé Nast Traveler’s 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards.
The Travel Awards Gala, presented by Travel Weekly, in association with media partner Seven West Media’s Better Homes and Gardens saw the travel and tourism industry descend on Alexandria for the prestigious award ceremony.
The consumer and travel trade facing event, now in its second year, is designed to celebrate the tourism industry. From wholesalers, destinations, airlines, tourism boards, cruise lines, retailers and a myriad of other travel-related companies.
37 categories are judged by more than 50 of Australia’s most experienced travel industry alumni and experts from the marketing sector, including a highly coveted Grand Prix Award to highlight one company making the biggest, most impressive splash in the industry.
Nanuku’s General Manager Logan Miller says of Nanuku’s win, “We extend our sincerest congratulations to all the winners and proudly accept our Sustainable Tourism Company of the Year award with heartfelt thanks to Travel Weekly and the entire Judging committee.”
“Nanuku’s commitment to responsible luxury is an inherent part of our DNA. Through the ‘Planet Auberge’ program, Nanuku is committed to leading the way in initiatives focused on minimising our environmental footprint, improving our surrounding environment and villages – while simultaneously enhancing our luxury guest experience.” Logan explains.
When asked about future plans, Logan reveals, “Watch this space! 2020 is going to be Nanuku’s greenest year yet!”
“With new innovations and advancements, sustainability will continue to forge forward, and so will Nanuku.” Logan concludes.
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