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Guide to Fiji

14 Sep 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fiji. There really isn't a destination like it in the world. Just hearing the word sends good vibes through your body.

 

Fiji's idyllic islands are fringed by calm blue seas and stretches of white sand lined with palm trees. Its world-class reefs attract those looking to snorkel or dive. High-end resorts are nestled adjacent to budget accommodation, and for that reason it is a place that really does suit any budget and lifestyle choice.

 

 

In addition to a variety of accommodation types, Fiji also offers its visitors an assortment of activities. For those that want a more action packed holiday there is plenty to do from hiking to rafting and anything in between, and for those that want more of a relaxing holiday you can spend your time discovering the warmth and hospitality of its people or you can let your troubles pass you by as you soak in a hot spring.

 

Fiji Fun Facts

 

  • Yasawas have the best beaches and weather. Great for mid-range to budget visitors.  

  • Coral Coast is perennial Fiji resort destination with attractions such as Natadola Beach, trekking, surfing, etc. 

  • The Mamanuca Islands are another Fiji vacation favorite, especially for those with limited time.  

  • Taveuni and Vanua Levu have world class diving, eco-parks, waterfalls, rain forests and Fiji culture. 

  • Does history and architecture grab you?  The old Capital of Levuka on Ovalau is a hidden gem. 

  • Kadavu and Beqa (home of the firewalkers) both have great diving, surfing and traditional Fiji culture.  


Looking for something to do when you get to Nadi? 

 

  • A cruise on the Whales Tale will get you out to the Mamamuca Islands and  includes champagne breakfast, beach BBQ lunch, and snorkeling. 

  • An inland tour that includes the Sabeto Valley, the Garden of the Sleeping Giant (the largest orchid collection in the South Pacific) and a 360 degree view from Vuda Lookout are must sees. 

  • A trip up the Navua River includes a village visit, waterfalls and gorges, and a Kava ceremony will give you a taste of local culture and sights in historic Rewa.

 

 

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