Fiji travel guide: where to stay, what to do, and what to know

Fiji travel guide: where to stay, what to do, and what to know


Fiji travel guide: where to stay, what to do, and what to know

Whether you're backpacking, looking for a cultural holiday, or you want the island romance - Fiji has something for everyone.

The Namena Marine Reserve, sandwiched between Fiji’s main islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, is widely tipped as a great spot to see tiger sharks, grey reefs and hammerheads. That’s accessible from Savusavu island. Alternatively, if you venture to the Yasawa islands, Kuata island provides handy access to the Moyia Reef, where you stand a good chance of seeing Bull sharks. Most resorts will offer information on how to organise a shark diving trip, and you can expect to learn a whole lot more about the importance of conserving the species if you do.

; it’s shortly after the peak season, but you’ve still got a good chance of calm, warm weather. Prices will be more affordable then, too. July and August are known to be busy with families, as Australian and New Zealand school kids are on their winter break. Likewise, December and January sees another spike, when northern hemisphere tourists traipse to the other side of the world in search of some winter sun of their own.

It’s roughly three times the price you’d find it in neighbouring Australia or New Zealand. That’s partly because it’s just not really a part of the country’s native culture, but also because the government raised the cost in a bid to discourage people from drinking due to health reasons. You’ll find similar high prices on sweet foods for the same reason.

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