Top Reasons to Add Fiji To Your Travel Bucket List

Top Reasons to Add Fiji To Your Travel Bucket List - My Favourites

Written By: Charlie

My Favourite Countries

Fiji
Fiji

The island country of Fiji consists of 333 beautiful tropical islands situated in the South Pacific, featuring turquoise lagoons, white sand beaches and beautiful natural surrounds. If you like to relax in a tropical climate and love engaging in water sports, this place is for you! Bula - Welcome to Fiji!

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My Favourite Cities

Nadi
Nadi

There is a wonderful atmosphere in Nadi that includes much of Fiji’s island influence and traditional craftwork. Open air markets feature plenty of handcrafted goods from the locals and there are many historical and architectural temples to visit in the surrounding area.

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Viti Levu
Viti Levu
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Soak up the natural beauty that surrounds you on the picturesque island of Viti Levu, the largest of the Fijian Islands. Take a cruise along the Sigatoka River and admire the wonderful sights and the plantations, or take a tour of the rainforests, with magnificent waterfalls and canyons awaiting you. Stroll through the quaint villages, snorkel with the abundance of sea-life in the crystal-clear waters, and of course, relax on the beautiful beaches white-sand beaches - what a paradise!

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Vanua Levu
Vanua Levu
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Known also as Sandalwood Island, the waters surrounding Vanua Levu have some of the best dive spots in the South Pacific. These include the world-renowned Rainbow Reef and Savusavu Bay. The island itself does not have the best lazing beaches, but the snorkeling is unsurpassed. In fact, it impressed Jean-Michel Cousteau so much he built a resort overlooking Savusavu Bay.

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Mamanuca Islands
Mamanuca Islands
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The glorious Mamanuca Islands are picture-postcard Fiji. These are the islands of eternal sunshine, pristine beaches and coconut palms. Lazing about in the sun is one of the best ways to enjoy the Mamanuca’s and they offer plenty of opportunities from the tiny, uninhabited Monuriki which featured in the movie Cast Away, to Bounty Island where Survivor: Fiji was filmed.

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Suva
Suva
Includes: No Attractions Have Been Set Up For This Destination

The capital of Fiji - Suva - is the urban centre of the world-famous island nation. Stroll through the maze of streets and alleyways, and explore the markets with their local foods and arts and crafts. Or, soak up the history and culture of the country with a visit to the museum, and an afternoon in one of the many gardens which are dotted throughout the city. There is so much to see and do here, so come and explore this cultural jungle for yourself today!

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Monuriki
Monuriki
Includes: No Attractions Have Been Set Up For This Destination

Monuriki is a truly magical island; it might be small in size, but when it comes to its pure natural beauty, there really is so much to go around! This uninhabited paradise was also the original location where the movie “Cast Away” was filmed, and there are several tours on offer in which you can explore the films highlights. Of course, as well as reminiscing scenes from the film, there is also the perfect soft white sand, the crystal-clear turquoise waters, and the pristine coral reefs to enjoy some snorkelling - what an amazing paradise this is!

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My Favourite Attractions

Garden of the Sleeping Giant
Garden of the Sleeping Giant

Fiji brings serenity to a holiday, and as you meander around the beautiful Garden of the Sleeping Giant, admiring the orchids, it’s impossible not to relax. The 50 acres of gardens hold over 2000 varieties of orchids, on a property once owned by Raymond Burr (an actor famous for his role as Perry Mason). Guided tours are available, as are visits to the actor’s home, so bring a picnic and stay a while!

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