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Beqa Island

Beqa, Fiji

Beqa (pronounced [mbeŋɡa]) is an island in Fiji, an outlier to the main island of Viti Levu, 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) to the south. The island has a land area of 36 square kilometres (14 square miles) and reaches a maximum altitude of 462 metres (1,516 feet). Beqa has 9 villages broken into 2 Tikinas or Districts: Sawau and Raviravi. The villages of Dakuibeqa (the chiefly village of the Sawau people), Dakuni, Soliyaga, Naceva and Naseuseu are part of the Tikina (District) of Sawau. The villages of Nawaisomo, Raviravi, Lalati and Rukua are part of the Tikina (District) of Raviravi.

Beqa is the known for the only Island in Fiji that have the gift of walking on hot stone. They're unique in their culture and close to the mainland in comparison to many other Islands in Fiji. They bring their crops and vegetables along with fish and sea creature through to Pacific Habour or Navua to sell to people on mainland.

They also have beautiful Hotels operated for Holiday makers and beautiful Diving Spots. Many divers from around the globe visit beqa as its closeby for good Diving.

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