“As you all know, tourism is a major revenue generator for Fiji. As for this, we must all join hands together to see tourists arriving in Fiji and going back with a good memory of Fiji,” Mr Umaria said.
“For this, the Suva City Council is doing its best to see the city is clean, crime-free and fair trading by all retailers, taxi operators and all those involved in the tourism industry,” he added.
This month alone, seven cruise liners are expected in port, followed by another nine next month and seven more in March.
October will be the busiest month for cruise liners as the council expects to receive 10 tourist ships.