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Top 10 Places To Visit In Suva

Suva is the capital of the South Pacific island nation of Fiji. It's a city of broad avenues, lush parks, and grand British colonial buildings, such as the Suva City Library. Suva's colorful, lively Municipal Market offers a range of local fruit and vegetables. Fiji Museum, set within the Victorian-era Thurston Gardens, contains examples of traditional canoes, war clubs, and

The Garden Of Sleeping Giant

Garden of the Sleeping Giant Nestled in the cool shadows of the big man himself, the Garden of the Sleeping Giant is one of the more pleasant discoveries you'll make during your visit to Fiji. In fact, this garden could well be one of the best kept horticultural secrets in the whole of the South Pacific. The Garden, which contains a vast collection of

Navala Authentic Fiji Village

Navala is a village in the Ba Highlands of northern-central Viti Levu, Fiji. It is noted for its thatched buildings, amounting to over 200. It is one of the few settlements in Fiji which remains fully traditional architecturally. Navala is actually three settlements put together. It is protected by mountains and ridges. Navala is on the other side of a river. The


Suva is the capital and largest metropolitan city in Fiji. It is located on the southeast coast of the island of Viti Levu, in the Rewa Province, Central Division In 1877, it was decided to make Suva the capital of Fiji, as the geography of former main European settlement at Levuka  on the island of Ovalau, Lomaiviti province proved too restrictive. The administration of

Mago Island

Mago Island is a volcanic island that lies in the northwest sector of Fiji’s northern Lau Group of islands. One of the largest private islands in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, the pristine island consists of 22 square kilometres (8.5 sq mi) of land. Mago is located 166 statute miles ENE of the Fiji capital of Suva and 14 miles SW of the tiny island of Namalata,


Nestled on the banks of the Navua river, the town of the same name is on the seaward side of the Queens highway, 1 hrs drive west of Suva. Navua is located within Serua Province in the Central Division of Fiji. During colonial times it was a sugar growing area, but the closure of the sugar mill in Navua  in 1923 led to a

Kanacea Island

Kanacea Island is located in the Lau Islands Group situated in the southern Pacific Ocean just east of the Koro Sea. Kanacea sits in the Northern Lau Islands, 17.25˚ South and 179.171˚ east, 15km west of Vanua Balavu. Flight time from Nadi International airport is 1 hour to Vanua Balavu. Kanacea Island is made up of seven volcanic summits rising to

Vatuvara Island

Vatu Vara Island lies in the northwest sector of Fiji’s northern Lau Group  of islands, 32 km west of Mago Island and some 60 km  south-west of VanuaBalavu at Lat: 17° 26'00 S Long: 179° 31'00 W. The island is 3 km  in diameter at the base of its 305-metre-high  summit and is also referred to as "Hat Island" due to the summit's shape. The limestone  cliffs, some 60 metres

Kaibu Island

Kaibu is an island in  Fiji’s Lau archipelago. A 22.4 kilometer-long reef encompasses Kaibu and the neighbouring island of Yacata, from which Kaibu is separated by a Lagoon. The island, which has an area of about 2 square kilometers, is located 56 kilometers west of Vanua Balavu. Fishing, snorkeling and water sports are among the tourist attractions of the island. The island is

Leleuvia Island

Leleuvia Island is a relaxing 35 minute cruise from Viti Levu, and a world away from the hustle of the mainland and the rest of the world. Romantic and completely refreshing, Leleuvia offers you the chance to experience your very own private island. Explore Leleuvia's bush trails watching native birds fly overhead, or sway to the slow beat of the