Fiji is a large destination with smaller islands on the outskirts. Nadi is where the international airport is and where you arrive. From there your options are limitless. Dive with sharks in Pacific Harbor; stay on the island of Denarau or hope on a small plane to Taveuni. The currency of the country is the Fijian Dollar
Fijians are a colorful people filled with interests in music, dance, family, food, crafts and their love for sports…rugby. The majority of the islanders are a mix of Fijian and Indian. The Fijian cuisine is a fusion of flavors of both the cultures, the coconut and root vegetables of the Fijians and the spices and curries of the Indians. When you visit the local market you can smell the aroma of the Indian spices. Although the country has a combination of both native Fijians and Indians it is an English Speaking nation.
What is there to do:
scuba diving, snorkeling, zip lining, kayaking, Day Cruises, sailing, guide land tours, jet boat rides, banana rides, waterskiing, dinner cruises, wind surfing, wakeboarding, hot air ballooning, parasailing, fishing, jet ski adventures, sky diving, shopping, eating and more.
Sites to see:
Pacific Harbor Area/ Coral Coast, Mamanuca Island, Taveuni, Vanua Levu, Nadi, Tivua Island, Vida Look out, Denarua, Suva, Navua River Village and Kava Ceremony.
Pacific Harbor dive with Black tips, white tips, grey reefs, lemons, silvertips, nurse, , bull and tiger sharks. Nadi: The Fish Market, Taverua Wall, The Pinnacle, Wilkes Wall, The Big W’s, The Super market and Salamander Wreck.