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** FIJI TOURS **

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    Quedawg85
    07 Dec 2020
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    As newly plant-based travelers, my wife and I loved the local food in Fiji. Everything from the delicious rice, succulent vegetables and the mouthwatering smells of the fresh seafood was nothing short of amazing. We took a tour down the river where the movie ‘Anaconda’ was filmed. Next, we visited a waterfall and later stopped by a local village where we participated in the local kava ceremony. The tour guides were very accommodating and provided a variety of non meat options for us. I can’t recommend that food in Fiji enough. As you can tell the people there are very stocky and root vegetables are their main source of food and they definitely know how to season it.

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    Poupie
    21 Sep 2019
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    When you arrive in Fiji, you’re likely to arrive to Nadi via Nadi International Airport. Nadi is where most tourists go as there are so many adventures to embark on and so much beauty in nature to enjoy. If you only have a handful days in Fiji, I suggest simply staying in Nadi or Denarau island (which is a short 30 min drive by car from the international airport) and enjoying activities such as hiking, relaxing by the beaches, Cloud 9 (a floating bar – also have ITALIAN food – about 45 minute speedboat ride from Denarau port), island hopping excursions, snorkeling etc. if you are traveling in a group you may want to charter a private boat from Denarau and go out into the pacific to different snorkeling and island destinations. I’d also highly suggest taking time to explore the city of Nadi. You can do a half day or full day, visiting different sites such as the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, Fiji Custom Village where you can learn about Fijian traditions and experiencing Fijian lifestyle, and a visit to the Sri Siva temple (so beautiful and makes for a great backdrop on your IG pics ?).

    If you have plenty time (more than a week) you can also opt to hop on a plane and visit some of the other destinations in the South Pacific. Sydney, Australia is a short 4 hour flight from Nadi International. You can also visit other islands in Fiji by plane such as Vanau Levu and Savusavu. Flights within Fiji is very cheap. You can find domestic flights as low as $30-$50.

    As far as accommodation, if you want more of a luxury experience, you can never go wrong with the Sofitel Fiji. If you’re more of a budget traveler, Fiji is back packer heaven as there are many accommodations for every budget.

    You will love Fijians. They are very friendly, eager to help, and always smiling. Everyone is going to greet you with “Bula” or “Nisa Bula” which means hello.

  3. Kalliventures
    02 May 2019
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    Fiji is a paradise for beach lovers and scuba divers. If you’re looking for a laid back vibe or romantic getaway, this is definitely the place. Many vibrant corals in the marine protected areas make for breathtaking views underwater. I was lucky enough to get scuba certified there in December 2014 at Voli Voli beach resort, Raki Raki. Was incredibly nervous at the time but they took good care of us. The resort was very cozy and family friendly. Spent a few nights at the huge Intercontinental, as you could expect..modern, chic with a larger crowd. The room had a jacuzzi on the balcony! Also spent a few days at the Mango Bay resort, a backpackers spot where you and your friends can all have single beds in their cute bungalows. Finally, spent our last few days in our private house at the Paradise Cove Resort. Talk about luxury…we decided to dish out some extra $ here where the chefs would taxi over in a small boat across the canal from the main resort to our island to cook our breakfast. We were on our own small island with 3 other houses. Spent a total of 3 weeks in Fiji jumping from one spot to another and enjoyed every bit of it.

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    zoemalone143
    19 Dec 2017
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    Fiji is my most cherished experienced. Immediately you feel like you are in romance heaven when you land. The island is breathtakingly beautiful. Spend a week with the one you love and climb Mount Tomanivi to the waterfall that feels like the fountain of youth. After a day of that, make sure you visit the Cloud 9 which is a floating paradise; drink and be merry while looking directly to the bottom of the ocean through the clear blue water!

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