7 Things to do in Fiji | Travel Guide | 2017 | Top Facts

Fiji, a country in the South Pacific, is an archipelago of more than 300 islands. It’s famed for rugged landscapes, palm-lined beaches and coral reefs with clear lagoons. Its major islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, contain most of the population. Viti Levu is home to the capital, Suva, a port city with British colonial architecture. The Fiji Museum, in the Victorian-era Thurston Gardens, has ethnographic exhibits.

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These are 7 Things to See and Do in Fiji

It is not hard to understand why people of all ages want to travel to Fiji on their next vacation
mages of lush green tropical rain forests,the the stunningly clear waters and white sand beaches fill our screens when we google “Fiji”
So why wait?the the Fiji is becoming more affordable and travelers are discovering even more great things about the island. t Here are our top seven choices of things to see and do in the wonderful world of Fiji

Number 7

Visit Viseisei Village

According to locals Viseisei village which is located 12 kilometers north of Nadi is the oldest settlement in Fiji. This village has also been home to some of Fiji’s leaders and hosted dignitaries such as Prince Charles. You will have to pay the ladies at the craft market to take you around a fee that costs only $3 and is well worth it..the the Make sure to cover up here, both your knees and shoulders as anything less is disrespectful in this setting

Number 6

Dive in Beqa Lagoon

It is considered one of the best diving locations in all of Fiji and the perfect location for those wanting to take a dive vacation.the the It is home to more than 100 dive sites and some just a five-minute boat trip from shore.the the Expect to see blue ribbon eels, seahorses, ghost pipefish and more as you explore this underwater oasis

Number 5

Explore Taveuni

It is known as Fiji’s garden island, although its jungle interior resembles more of a rugged Tarzan like atmosphere. Much of the island is protected national park, meaning visitors will have the chance to glide through clear waters on a bamboo raft, cool off under towering waterfalls and hike along the breathtaking beaches
The hikes on this island are absolutely stunning but if you are looking to explore underwater, there is plenty of opportunity for that too

Number 4

Take a Seaspray Sailing Adventure

The chance to explore beautiful beaches lagoons and crystal clear water awaits visitors when they board the 85-foot classic sailing schooner, the Seaspray
This schooner departs daily from Mana Island and offers a fun-filled day for visitors anchoring at several islands
This also happens to be the island from Tom Hank’s movie ‘Cast Away’. Everything is included on this boat including morning and afternoon tea, a delicious barbecue lunch and all wine, beer and soft drinks

Number 3

Spend Time in Suva

the the The capital of Suva may not seem like a place you want to spend a whole lot of time but this urban area actually offers an awesome waterfront that deserves to be explored
the the The horseshoe-shaped walk extends from the city to the national stadium and has become a popular place for both locals and tourists to stroll. It is here where you will find the botanic gardens and the Presidential Palace

the the Number 2

the the stay in the Number One Hotel

If you are looking to splurge on your trip to Fiji, it sure pays to spend some time at the number one hotel in all of Fiji, the Tokoriki Island Resort. It is the ultimate romantic beach vacation when you spend your time at this incredible resort. the The villas are set in lush tropical gardens and feature unique tropical showers along with personal pools.the the Dine on South Pacific and Asian inspired menus under the palm trees or overlooking the ocean

Number 1

Raft the River

It may not be the first thing you think of when you think Fiji, white water rafting that is, but low and behold, this is one of the best experiences to be had here
There truly is no better way to experience the authentic natural and cultural heritage of the islands than on a rafting adventure. There are at least seventy waterfalls, km’s of deep narrow canyon, volcanic rocks that rise over 40 meters high and countless birds and wildlife to spot. It is a journey unlike any other and rafting this river is an experience you will never forget

These are 7 Things to See and Do in Fiji

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