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Navua River

Navua River – this is an ideal destination for whitewater rafters. The Navua River goes for 35 miles from Mount Gordon to Viti Levu (Fiji Island)’s southern coast where it merges with the southern Pacific Ocean. This running river has carved a deep passage through the island’s rugged terrain, forming dramatic creeks and waterfalls along […]

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Namosi Highlands

Namosi Highlands — with their shadowy peaks smothered in hot, steamy rainforest, the Namosi Highlands can easily be mistaken for a gorgeous backdrop from a Hollywood movie. There is much to see in this eco-tourist destination: miles of rolling hills and valleys, weaving rivers, breathtaking waterfalls and epic-like canyons, much of which are best explored […]

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Nadi (town)

Nadi (town) – located on the western end of the main island of Viti Levu, Nadi is known for its large Indian community (known locally as Indo-Fijians), and is a center for Hinduism and Islam in Fiji. The largest Hindu temple in the southern hemisphere is located here (Sri Siva Subramaniya temple), which attracts Hindu […]

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Lautoka

Lautoka — this is the second largest city of Fiji island. It is in the west of the island of Viti Levu, 24 km. north of Nadi and port of entry in Fiji, after Suva. Lying in the heart of Fiji’s sugar cane-growing region, locals nickname it “Sugar City”. It houses the Lautoka Sugar Mill […]

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Kula Wild Adventure Park

Kula Wild Adventure Park (Korotogo, Fiji Island) — with almost a kilometer of wooden walkways, bridges and rest areas, the Kula Wild Adventure Park provides visitors with the opportunity to experience the ‘wild side’ of Fiji in comfortable and safe surroundings. Located two hours (118 km.) west of Suva, the park invites visitors to learn […]

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Kadavu Island

Kadavu Island — with an area of 411 sq. kilometers, and located 80 km. south of Fiji island, Kadavu is the fourth largest island in Fiji, and the largest island in the Kadavu Group, a volcanic archipelago consisting of Kadavu, Ono, Galoa and a number of smaller islands in the Great Astrolabe Reef. The general […]

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Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort (Lesiaceva Pt. Road, Savusau) – along with the typical trapping of a luxury resort, guests come here for the diving, given the Cousteau name. Through the resort’s diving centre, guests can experience the underwater world of Jean-Michel Cousteau up close. Jean-Michel’s full-service world-class diving operation, staffed by highly experienced professionals, offers a […]

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Denarau Island

  Denarau Island – located on the west coast of Fiji island (just a short drive from the town of Nadi), Denarau Island (which is attached to the mainland by a short causeway, boasts nine large resorts, stunning beaches and an 18-hole championship golf course. There are also fine dining options at its marina (diners […]

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Colo-I-Suva Forest Reserve

Colo-I-Suva Forest Reserve (Kings Rd, Nasinu) – established in 1872, this is a 2 ½ sq. kilometer nature reserve & rain forest near Suva, Fiji (renowned for its tropical flora and fauna). It offers hiking trails, swimming, and birdwatching. In 2018, Prince Harry (Duke of Sussex) visited the forest and dedicated it to the Queen’s […]

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Chieftain’s Leap

Chieftain’s Leap (Double Bay, Wakaya Island) – this site has a colorful history. It is said that in the 1830s, the chief of Wakaya Island and 22 of his men leapt to their deaths from this location on the western end, after a chief from a nearby village began to attack them. With that island […]