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Vomo Island Resort - Vomo Island Hotels

Vomo Island Resort

26 Nasoki Street, Vomo Island - Map
5.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)
Tadrai Island Resort-Fiji - Mana Island Hotels

Tadrai Island Resort-Fiji

Mana Island, Mana Island - Map
4.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Royal Davui Island Resort - Royal Davui Island Hotels

Royal Davui Island Resort

Royal Davui Island, Royal Davui Island - Map
4.8 out of 5 (21 reviews)
Grand Pacific Hotel - Suva Hotels

Grand Pacific Hotel

584-618 Victoria Parade, Suva - Map
"Food quality and service "
I had a nice piece of medium rare streak which was very nice. I order the same two night later and it was rare. They took it back and I had to waited for another 30 min after reminding the waiter of my order twice. This is what I called inconsistency
Traveller from new zealand
Wananavu Beach Resort - Rakiraki Hotels

Wananavu Beach Resort

Voli Voli Road, Rakiraki - Map
"Beautiful setting"
Stayed before, would stay again. Beautifully situated on the water. Good food, great staff. Accommodation is older, but comfortable and clean.
A Traveller
Vatia Beach Eco Resort - Ba Hotels

Vatia Beach Eco Resort

Vatia Road, Ba - Map
Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort - Korotogo Hotels

Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

Sigatoka, Korotogo - Map
"Warm, inviting, friendly & Family"
The title says it all, we visited other resorts and just in the welcome you will see the difference. A big smile, a big Bula and wonderful music playing in the foyer. The Sheraton, Westin or the Intercontinental are cold prestine brochure comparisons. You don't get the warmth that the Outrigger excudes.
Traveller from Sydney
The Fiji Orchid - Lautoka Hotels

The Fiji Orchid

Saweni Beach Road, Lautoka - Map
Really enjoyed our stay, quiet and relaxed. Pool was out of order, however they gave us free transfers to the neighbouring resort at our convience.
A Traveller
Tokoriki Island Resort - Tokoriki Island Hotels

Tokoriki Island Resort

Mamanuca Islands, Tokoriki Island - Map
"Great place for week or weekend getaway"
We wanted a long weekend of relaxation but not boredom. Our room was right on the beach and a hammock off the patio. Very peaceful and relaxing. Resort also has snorkeling, kayaking, hobbie cat sailing and SUP free of charge. Lots to do. The island is about 1.5 hours from mainland, but going back took longer due to pick up on other islands. The downside was the helicopter arrivals - about 5 each day and always when we were trying to nap. Food was very nice. Staff gracious and welcoming. Would stay again.
Traveller from Mudgee NSW
Yasawa Island Resort - Yasawa Island Hotels

Yasawa Island Resort

Yasawa Island, Yasawa Island - Map
4.8 out of 5 (12 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Fiji

    BULA! Welcome to Fiji. Fiji is an archipelago of more than 300 islands, with the majority being formed through volcanic activity over 150 million years ago. Today, Fiji is known as one of the top holiday destinations, with year-round tropical weather, pristine beaches and rich culture. Experience it for yourself with our Fiji accommodation.

    Our Viti Levu hotels will let you experience Fiji’s largest island. The Nadi International Airport on the western corner of the island is where most international travellers touchdown. There are attractions all over Viti Levu, such as the Fiji Museum, home to artefacts, shipwreck relics and the Garden of the Sleeping Giant. The garden, which once belonged to Canadian actor Raymond Burr, is full of colourful flowers native to Fiji. When you’re done with the museum and the garden, visit the Municipal Handicraft Centre, where you can watch locals straw weaving and wood carving. Pick up a few souvenirs before heading off to the Suva Municipal Market for some fresh fruit and vegetables.

    Viti Levu also holds the majority of the country’s major events. The Fijian International Jazz and Blues Festival, held in May, attracts local acts as well as performers from Australia, New Zealand, the USA and the UK. A more traditional event is the Bula Festival, a fundraising event that takes place in July. Here you can enjoy live entertainment, a Pacific dancing contest and even a beauty pageant. Seafood lovers will want to be in Fiji between October and November for the Rising of Balolo, an extraordinary event that sees Balolo sea worms rising to the surface of the water. Watch as the locals wander out to sea to scoop the worms up by the thousands, fresh and ready for eating. If you’re not on Viti Levu when this occurs, don’t worry – it takes place all around the islands.

    If you’d rather go somewhere remote, our Kadavu accommodation will be perfect. With its lush jungles and mangrove forests, Kadavu is a wonderful place for wildlife-watching. While you’re here, look out for the rare Kadavu musk parrot. Tavenui is another place to see Fiji’s tropical flora and fauna. Take a hike or 4WD tour up Des Veaux Peak, Fiji’s 2nd highest mountain, and visit the home of Fiji’s national flower, the beautiful red and white tagimocia. Vanua Levu is another popular destination with activities such as hiking through the Waisali Rainforest Reserve, swimming with the dolphins.

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