The President of the Fiji Islands Hotel and Tourism Association, Dixon Seeto, is predicting an updated New Zealand travel advisory will have little impact on visitor numbers.
The security level of "some risk" remains the same, but following the expulsions of New Zealand's High Commissioner the advisory warns there is some risk the move could lead to increased tension.
In response, the interim Fiji government described the travel warning as based on conjecture and political posturing by the New Zealand Government
But Mr Seeto says many of the visitors to Fiji have been before and would take the advisory as a reminder to behave sensibly:
"I think that's the perogative of any government to warn their citizens, but I don't think that would deter visitors coming from New Zealand to Fiji, indeed I think the New Zealand Foreign Minister said to the extent that he doesn't see any reason why visitors should not continue to come and have their holidays in Fiji."
The President of the Fiji Islands Hotel and Tourism Association, Dixon Seeto, says they are about to launch on a marketing campaign and hope to top visitor figures for 2008 of 575 thousand.