Fiji Destination Guide A Vagabond Life
Fiji Travel Guide
Fiji is made up of over 300 islands with the most populous being Viti Levu and Vanua Levu with the capital city being Suva. The country is famous for its white sand beaches and friendly hospitality. It is just under 5 hours flying time from Australia‘s east coast which makes these lovely islands a popular holiday destination for Australian families.
If you like resorts Fiji is made for you.
Things To See & Do In Fiji
Fiji is a snorkeling (and diving) paradise with over 10,000 square km of reef and 42% of the worlds coral species. The reef is home to multitudes of colourful tropical fish, sea turtles, dolphin and smaller sharks.
The Top 5 Reef To Snorkel
- Rainbow Reef. In the Somosomo Strait lies Rainbow Reef, one of the most widely known reefs in Fiji.
- Navini Island. An exciting spot for beginner snorkelers and those wanting direct access, Navini Island is surrounded by a reef sanctuary just off the shore.
- Namena Marine Reserve
- Great Astrolabe Reef
- Beqa Island Lagoon.
Spend A Day On A Boat
There are multiple tour operators who operate, offering all different sorts of water adventures. Whale watch (in season), zoom along in a jet boat or relax on a yacht..it is all up to you.
Visit Fiji Museum
In the capital Suva The Fiji Museum showcases the evolution and history of the Fijian peoples. The museum has archaeological material dating back 3,700 years which is amazing and cultural objects representing both Fiji’s indigenous inhabitants and the other communities that have settled in the island group over the past 200 years.
The Fiji Museum is located in the heart of Suva’s Thurston Gardens.
Smack bang in the middle of Suva the market is a busy bustling place with vendors selling loads of fruit and vegetables. Great place to wander for a couple of hours.
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