Visiting Fiji

It’s easy to feel at home in a place with such a ceremonious welcome as the Fijian sevusevu ritual. In fact, everything in Fiji embraces travelers: rainforests house vibrant birds but no harmful insects, and reefs lie close to shore for snorkeling. Slip into a sacred cave and thank your lucky stars. It’s easy to feel at home in a place with such a ceremonious welcome as the Fijian sevusevu ritual. In fact, everything in Fiji embraces travelers: rainforests house vibrant birds but no harmful insects, and reefs lie close to shore for snorkeling. Slip into a sacred cave and thank your lucky stars.    Close

Stories and Tips Fiji

The Reality Tour

Written by ricardo on 08 Jul, 2000

We had only a short time in the islands, so we decided to take a whirlwind guided tour. We never do this, preferring to discover new places on our own, but in this case it made for a fascinating day. The van driver, a Fiji…Read More


Fiji Intro

Written by ricardo on 08 Jul, 2000

Fiji is a country of undeniable beauty and wonderfully friendly people. But it’s a mixed bag for a tourist. Sincere effusive affability on the one hand and blinding racism on the other. Extreme entrepreneurship, industry, and initiative on the one hand, and tropical sloth on…Read More


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Natural waterslide

Written by brianestadt on 22 Feb, 2006

A natural waterslide sounds like a fun idea, right? Well it is, but be careful. Before we went we heard other guests at our resort talk about sore posteriors and bruises they suffered while on this waterslide. So we were a bit apprehensive, yet eager…Read More


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Lavena Coast walk

Written by brianestadt on 22 Feb, 2006

A 5-km hike along the (no surprise here) Lavena coast. This trek takes you along beach terrain, through a Fijian village, into the rain forest, and eventually swimming upstream the final 40 yards or so, against a moderate current in water that's about 8- or…Read More


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Unwind and relax at the Sheraton

Written by Cheryl Waugh on 04 Mar, 2006

The Sheraton Denaru Villas are situated on Denarau Island Fiji. This island is joined to the mainland by a very short causeway, and is now the center of Resorts being built, along with a Marina. In a year, or so, Denarau Island will be a…Read More


Fijian Christmas

Written by helenl on 07 Apr, 2006

I was getting used to not being with my family at Christmas. This one was to be the third in a row. I knew that on the day I would think of them in London, and have a slight tinge of regret that I was…Read More


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Fiji Island Magic

Written by Chrissy1 on 16 Apr, 2004

Fiji is a beautiful tropical island situated in the pacific, with around 100 outer lying islands set in crystal clear pristine waters you will enjoy paradise either cruising the main island or take a boat and explore the many islands which are magnificent for swimming,…Read More


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Viseisei Village

Written by Caz23 on 28 Jun, 2003

One of the most rewarding experiences of our trip to Fiji was our visit to Viseisei Village. This village is located between Nadi and Lautoka, and is where the current president of Fiji is from and still resides two weeks out of every month…Read More


Bula my friend! Welcome to fiji

Written by dolmio on 24 Apr, 2003

What can I say about the Fiji Islands? Wonderfully tropical, full of amazingly friendly people who have actually solved the language barrier by inventing one word for all words, that being Bula. It's used as a greeting when parting and as an overall joviality. Use…Read More


Sandy and David Herman

Written by shellman on 01 Oct, 2003

In August of 2003, David and I spent our vacation in Fiji. David is an avid shell collector. I always enjoy exploring new beaches and island cultures. We are not divers, so our shelling consists of wading, beachcombing, and some snorkeling. The flight…Read More


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