Romantic Islands in Fiji

Palm trees rustling gently in the breeze, a candlelit dinner on a white sand beach, and a thatched-roof bure with room for two—it’s the classic image of South Pacific romance that the Fijian islands are known for. With over 300 islands to choose from, however, doing research for a romantic getaway can start to become overwhelming. Budget—of course—is always a factor, but some island’s ooze romance for their luxury and privacy and others for their natural surroundings. For honeymooners planning a South Pacific getaway, or couples who just needing an alone-time escape, the following are some of the most romantic islands in Fiji for fostering and kindling your love.

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October 24, 2014 by
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Day Trips From Nadi Fiji

Day Trips From Nadi

At some point, most people who are traveling to Fiji will make a stop in Nadi. The city is the site of the international airport, and if it isn’t your final destination, there is a real good chance you’re swinging through here while en route to someplace else. Nadi itself has somewhat of a reputation […]

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September 26, 2014 by
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Rainy Day Activities in Nadi

The Fijian islands are a tropical paradise where sun, surf, ocean, and heat form the backbone of a South Pacific getaway. Sit in the shade of a rustling palm, snorkel above vibrant and colorful reefs, and work on a tan you’ll bring back home as a temporary souvenir.

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August 29, 2014 by
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Experiencing Fijian Culture in Kadavu

On a guided trek into the lush interior, you have a good chance of spotting four species of bird which are endemic to the island of Kadavu, including the colorful Kadavu Musk Parrot which is found nowhere else in the world. Learn the ways that local villagers are working to stave off development, and enjoy the benefits of staying on an island that the rest of the world hasn’t found. Kick back, unplug, and leave modernity behind for a while. You’ll be surprised how much you might like it.

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July 4, 2014 by
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Bula Festival

Bula! That’s the cry you’re bound to hear wherever you go in Fiji. More than just being the Fijian word for “Hello”, the word “Bula” has come to symbolize the friendliness of the Fijian people who will always greet you with a big smile and a jovial wave of the hand.

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June 6, 2014 by
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Where to go Shopping in Nadi

As one of the nation’s principal cities and the site of the international airport, the commerce in Nadi is far superior to anywhere else in the country. In fact, people wondering where to go shopping in Nadi is one of the most oft-asked questions of the city, although there are really only a couple of places where you should head for your retail therapy.

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May 9, 2014 by
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Water Sports in Denarau

Denarau is a haven of recreation when compared to pulsing Nadi. Even though the two are only ten minutes apart, Denarau swaps the teeming markets of Nadi for the sound of lapping waves, and the whir of a taxi as it navigates the city is replaced by a motor while wakeboarding. Though there are dozens […]

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April 11, 2014 by
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Where to Find Indian Culture in Nadi

When walking the downtown streets of Nadi, it’s just as likely to hear a dialect of Hindi being spoken in addition to Fijian, and a number of residents still converse in Gujarati, Punjab, and Tamil. At certain moments when walking around Nadi, you can almost forget that your’e still in Fiji and not on the streets of Delhi.

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March 14, 2014 by
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Mountain Biking in Fiji

For most travelers to Fiji, recreation ideas usually revolve around the sun, the sad, and the surf. After all, the scuba diving in Fiji is some of the best in the South Pacific, and the surfing in Fiji is regarded as some of the best in the world. Or, for those who would rather bask in the sun, the white sand beaches of the Mamanucas and Yasawas are a tempting draw for most of Fiji’s visitors.

On the main island of Viti Levu, however, the lush and forested interior of the island offers land-based adventures which are just as exciting. One of the best way to explore the rural mountain villages is from the two wheels of a bike, and the mountain biking in Fiji is much better than you would expect for a South Pacific island.

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January 14, 2014 by
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Visiting the Nausori Highlands

Yes, there are beaches in Fiji, as well dozens of water-based pursuits such as scuba diving, surfing, and sailing between islands. This is the Fiji that most people know. More than just beaches and shorelines, however, Fiji is a remarkably mountainous nation, and over 80% of the island of Viti Levu is occupied by mountainous terrain. Though you can make the climb to the summit of 4,341 ft. Mount Tomanivi (which is the highest mountain in Fiji), most of the interior is completely inaccessible and far too steep for exploring. For those who want to experience the mountains, however, the best way to view the interior of Fiji is by visiting the Nausori Highlands.

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December 17, 2013 by
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