How to Make the Most of the Fijian Cup

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The Fijian Cup Nines is only three short days away! And you know what they say – time flies when you’re having fun – and it’s so true. In the blink of an eye we are all heading back to the airport to fly home.

So, you need to make the most of your time at the Fijian Cup Nines. Here’s our top tips on how to do just that.

Switch Your Phone Off
Yep, we mean it! Unless you need to stay in contact with folks at home (which is totally fair enough) we suggest you and your teams enforce a no phones rule throughout the Fijian Cup Nines.

But what about for photos we hear you cry! Well, remember that we fly out to Fiji our own dedicated photo and videography team to capture all those action shots and the unforgettable moments both big and small.

We’ve got you covered. Switch off and stay present!

With over 200 new people to meet and get to know, one of the best ways to make the most of your time at the Fijian Cup Nines is to mingle. And there are plenty of opportunities to do so.

Whether at the welcome cocktail evening, during the tournament itself, in the afternoon activities or at our incredible cultural events, there is no excuse not to introduce yourself.

Get Active
While we totally understand the temptation to just pull up a stool at the bar every afternoon at the Fijian Cup Nines, another great way to make the most of your time at the Fijian Cup Nines is to get active.

You have unlimited and free access to all non-motorised sea sports, there’s the Shangri-La Hotel & Resort Spa, you can even fit in a full round of golf. What better way to make memories with your teammates and new friends than by sharing experiences together.

Stay in Touch
OK, so we’re all heading back to the airport, you can turn your phone back on now. Everyone is on social media of some kind right? At the very least email. Now is your chance to say not goodbye but see you soon. Staying in touch with your new found Fijian Cup Nines fam is a great way to make the most of your time away.

Can you set up a team twinning with one of our local Fijian teams? Can you arrange to meet up with other teams for a kick about once you’re home and recovered? What about arranging a Fijian Cup Nine meet up later in the year?

We want to make sure that you enjoy every minute of the Fijian Cup Nines. This is so much more than a sporting championship, this is a community. We’ll see you in paradise.