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Sigatoka River

Sigatoka River – this river weaves south from the heart of Viti Levu to its Coral Coast, passing through a fertile, lush-green valley. A great way to admire its beauty is by following the river’s gentle course by boat and winding through the numerous vegetable and sugar plantations that line its banks.

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Savusavu

Savusavu (Vanua Levu Island) – this is a town in the Fijian Province of Cakaudrove. The town is located on the south coast of Vanua Levu Island – Fiji’s second main island (northwest of Fiji Island) and had a population of 3,372 in the 2007 census. Savusavu is known as “the hidden paradise of Fiji.” […]

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Tavarua (island)

Tavarua (island) – this is a heart-shaped island resort in Fiji. It has an area of 29 acres. The island is close to the main Fijian island, Viti Levu, and is surrounded by a coral reef. Activities on Tavarua include surfing, sport fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling and kayaking. For surfing enthusiasts, Cloudbreak is just about […]

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Pacific Harbour (town)

Pacific Harbour (town) – this is a town in Fiji Island, located about an hour (49 km) west of Suva. Originally developed in the 1970s as a residential canal subdivision catering to both expats and locals, today Pacific Harbour is a destination for adventure tourists looking for new experiences. Visitors can dive and feed the […]

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Yasawa Islands

Yasawa Islands – located northwest of Viti Levu (Fiji Island), these islands were once off-limits to tourism. In more recent times, the Fiji government has opened these island up as minimal impact eco-tourist destinations. For that reason, lodging options are more limited there. While luxury resorts are starting to pop up in these islands, the […]

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Thurston Gardens

Thurston Gardens (Cakobau Road, Suva) — originally located near Waimanu Road, a Botanical Garden was first established in Suva back in 1881 by the Colonial Secretary Sir John Bates Thurston, a knowledgeable amateur botanist. In 1913, the Botanic Gardens were moved to their current location and eventually renamed Thurston Gardens in 1976. The drinking fountain […]