Fiji has withstood Tropical Cyclones Josie and Keni and by all reports the sunshine is returning and the sand is ready to be peppered with Australian footprints.

Post Cyclone Keni cocktails are flowing at the Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort pool bar on the Coral Coast of Viti Levuthe.


Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort General Manager Peter Hopgood said the resort was back in action with his team having undertaken full clean-up of the property.

“We are happy to report that there was no damage sustained and all of our guests and staff are safe and secure.”

Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort General Manager Peter Hopgood.

“All of our pools are open and guests are enjoying post Cyclone Keni cocktails,” he said.

He went on to say that whilst it was a challenging period when Cyclone Keni was tracking towards Fiji, good planning and plenty of previous experience in preparing for cyclones made for a relatively seamless and safe experience for all of the staff and guests.


“Holiday makers are encouraged to continue with their holiday plans to the Coral Coast,” he said.

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa has also confirmed that the worst of Cyclone Keni is now behind them

“Other than the debris caused by strong winds, the Resort has not suffered any structural damage whatsoever,” the resort confirmed.


VOMO Island Fiji released a statement as well, reassuring travellers that no structural damage was sustained.

“We’ve cleaned up the palm fronds and the beaches and we are ready to welcome guests,” they said.

With Tropical Cyclone Keni now heading away from the Fiji area, South Sea Cruises team is resuming services to the Mamanuca and Yasawa regions.

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