•  Fiji Tour Destinations 
Overview

Located in the South Pacific, Fiji consists of more than 300 tropical islands, which boasts numerous activities and beautiful sites to indulge in. There are a few basics to be aware of prior to taking your dream vacation. The majority of flights land at the Nadi Airport located on the west coast of Viti Levu, which is the largest, most populous city in Fiji.

FijiFor monetary purposes, you might want to become familiar with the current currency exchange rates, as the Fiji dollar is the primary currency on the islands. Traveler’s checks and credit cards are widely accepted on the main islands, yet local currency is necessary if you plan to visit one of the smaller islands. Tipping is not necessary and is not encourage according to Fijians local customs. The weather is warm and inviting year round, so pack accordingly. With the basics covered, let us begin to explore Fiji and its numerous offerings. Again, the area of Viti Levu is the most popular and modern region in all the islands. Public transportation is easy to locate here, with air-conditioned busses, taxi service, and rental car availability.

Destinations To Visit in Fiji
Visit Places on Interest during the tour:   (not all Places can be covered choose the best)

Coral Coast
The Coral Coast is an amazing vacation destination in the Pacific Ocean. The famous area is located on the island of Viti Levu in the Fiji Islands. There are so many fun and exciting things to do there. The Coral Coast is made up of beautiful white beaches. These beaches are lined with top-of-the-line hotels. Many of these Coral Coast hotels are actually luxury resorts. These hotels and resorts are very appealing to travelers, who travel to the Coral Coast to relax and take time away from their regular lives.

Denarau

Fiji is an island paradise situated in the South Pacific east of Australia. This stunning island nation offers gorgeous weather, affordable accommodations, exciting activities and breathtaking scenery. The nation consists of 300 islands, and Denarau is one of the most popular islands to visit in Fiji.
While on the island, you can enjoy golf, water sports, shopping or just relaxing on the beach. If you enjoy golf, Denarau is home to a spectacular 18-hole golf course. The island also boasts ten awesome tennis courts where you can play on lighted grass or synthetic courts. You can also go scuba diving, snorkeling or deep-sea fishing. Denarau also offers excellent places to surf. In addition, boat charters are available, so you can explore Denarau. If you are interested in history, you might want to visit Momi Bay Battery Historic Park. Built during World War II, this educational park offers great views of the Denaraucoastline.


Kadavu

Arrive on Kadavu, and you’ll feel you’re in another world. This tropical South Pacific island is the fourth largest among the group of islands comprising the nation of Fiji. It’s about 36 miles long and 8.7 miles wide, and its elevation is approximately 9,000 feet above the ocean floor. Like many islands in the Pacific, Kadavu was formed by volcanic activity. Today, Kadavu contains 72 villages, and its approximately ten-thousand residents mainly speak Fijian and mainly live agrarian lifestyles. Even so, Kadavu is starting to become a popular tourist site, yet no section of the islan

Lau Group

About 100 islands and islets make up the Lau Islands of Fiji. The Lau Group, the Eastern Group and the Eastern Archipelago are other names for the islands. Of the 100 or so islands in the Lau Group, about thirty are populated. The Lau Group makes up a land area of 188 square miles and has a population of just over 10 thousand people. The islands are east of the Koro Sea in the southern Pacific Ocean. Famous British explorer of the Pacific, James Cook, reached Vatoa of the Lau Group in 1774. The most historically significant of the islands is Lekeba and was a meeting location for the Tongans and the Fijians.

Lomaiviti Group

The Lomaiviti Group is an archipelago off the east coast of Fiji. The Lomaiviti Group’s seven main islands are surrounded by a collection of smaller ones. “Lomaiviti” means “middle Fiji,” and indeed at one point in history, one the archipelago’s main islands was home to Fiji’s capital. Today, the Lomaiviti Group is a contradictory mix of high end resorts, untamed nature, and intriguing local culture.

Mamanuca Islands

The Mamanuca Islands are a popular destination for families, couples and groups who want to relax on the beach. Fiji’s Mamanuca Islands are popular for their gorgeous beaches and fun-filled activities. Traveling from the Mamanuca Islands to others is simple. A resort connection service will take travelers from island to island, typically from Denarau.

Nadi

Located on the western side of Viti Levu, Nadi is the global gateway to the Republic of Fiji. Nadi is a lively cosmopolitan town that hosts the international airport and serves as the hub for ferry services to the country’s other islands. While most travelers are in Nadi for a brief period awaiting transportation, there are numerous shops, restaurants and other intriguing places for those who want to spend more time in the local area.

Sun Coast

If you want an amazing holiday, you should visit the beautiful islands of Fiji. Situated in the South Pacific, these islands possess friendly people, diverse cultures, excellent cuisine and fun things to do. One of the areas of Fiji to visit is Sun Coast.

Suva

Situated on a peninsula on the southeast coast of Viti Levu, Suva is the capital of Fiji. Formerly serving as an important trading post for the British Empire, Suva has a unique mix of colonial buildings, modern city-life and natural beauty, boasting art and culture, fine dining, outdoor recreation and luxury accommodations all in a tropical South Pacific setting.

Taveuni

Located east of Australia and north of New Zealand lies Taveuni, an island within the Fiji Islands in the Pacific Ocean. This beautiful tropical island is known as the ‘Garden Island of Fiji’ because of it’s lush greenery and exquisite tropical flowers. Taveuni is a small island that is about 26 miles long and 7 1/2 miles wide. Interestingly, Taveuni is made up of 150 inactive volcano cones.

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