Holiday & Travel Guide For Fiji

Holiday & Travel Guide For Fiji

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Nadi, the third largest center in Fiji, in the Pacific Ocean. This is a beautiful tropical paradise, ideal for a romantic honeymoon. There is much to see, such as Navala village, where houses are built in the traditional way with woven bamboo walls and thatched roofs. A trip to the village can be very bumpy, but it is worth the trip and the scenery is amazing with perfect photo opportunities. Upon arrival in your village you will be welcomed by the Yaqona Ceremony, group ties with drinking traditional Fijian drinks. You can learn scuba diving in the best soft coral in the world, although if you prefer to do a little snorkeling, it will still be an amazing experience. Try an excursion to Bouma National Park, this is a fantastic tropical rainforest with a 1000 foot volcanic peak and the most popular attraction, Tavora waterfall, three beautiful waterfalls. Fiji has many islands very close together, so they can tour around very easily by Kayak. There are many tour companies that offer experiences that suit the whole family, from museums with interesting artifacts, to temples, to adventure sports.


Beach hopping is an amazing experience; You can achieve this by Catamaran or local fishing vessels. Yasawa Islands is probably the best place to do this because it has a collection of small coral islands, with beautiful beaches where you can jump from one to another. Nananu-I-Ra Island is a beautiful beach that takes several hours to travel through the beautiful Nadi countryside to get there, so you can windsurf or kite-surf: this location is ideal for this activity. You can also snorkel and see colorful coral and exotic fish life, or just lay on the beautiful white sand and bask in the tropical sun. Whichever beach you choose will be ideal for relaxing.


Hotels do cater to international tourists, but if you want to experience authentic Fijian cuisine, you need to go out of your hotel to a local village restaurant, where you will find a variety of local dishes such as Fijian Lovo. This is a feast consisting of meat, fish, vegetables and fruit that has been cooked in a closed hole, you have to try this, it’s delicious and very filling. Other local dishes consist of local fish and coconut, you will find food that suits your budget, but there are no fast food outlets. There are several supermarkets if you cook yourself on the island.


There are many duty-free shops and large stores that sell a variety of local and international goods, or small designer boutiques where you can find something unique to buy in Nadi. Visiting the lively tropical markets is a must for the whole family, colorful and exotic products for you to buy and gives you the opportunity to chat with the locals. Maybe the Suva flea market will be the ideal place where you can buy local souvenirs of handicrafts and clothing.

Have a good vacation.