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In addition to the tour packages, we are happy to customize tours for you:

  • Add other cities to the packages
  • Extend stays in selected cities
  • Customize an itinerary for you that combine any of the following cities:
    • China, Hong Kong, Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Fiji, India and others.

Fiji Highlights

  • Beqa Lagoon

    Description: Beqa Lagoon's diving is universally accepted as some of the best in the world. The fact that this superb diving is quite simply a geographic accident is amazing but true. The Pacific Ocean covers a staggering 103 million square miles and is the world's largest geographical feature, occupying one third of the globe. Fiji's 300-plus islands, scattered over 250,000 square miles of the Pacific, are located in the centre of this vast oceanic habitat. And Beqa Lagoon is located roughly in the centre of the group of islands. Beqa Lagoon's secret is its "accidental" location - and its shape. The lagoon is actually an extinct volcano crater, and the 40-mile ring reef has formed on the lip of the old crater. Click here to see map of Beqa Lagoon. The formation is located on the windward side of the main island of Viti Levu, and therefore receives the south-easterly trades and the nutrients the trades bring. But the windward side of the main, southern reef of the Lagoon is barren - just like much of the main reef running along the south side of Viti Levu - and for the same reason: Giant swells. A true Catch-22 situation. But Beqa Lagoon has an edge - it's a volcano crater, so it's a circle! While the southerly reef receives the constant battering of the prevailing swell, the NORTH-WESTERN side of the circle - adjacent not to Beqa Island but to Yanuca Island which is well to the west of Beqa - is well protected by the great southern reef, by the Lagoon itself, and by the islands in the Lagoon. Result? An area, albeit quite a small area, that is regarded as one of the greatest displays of soft corals and sea fans in the world. Fiji is called the "Soft Coral Capital of the World" mainly because of the corals of Beqa Lagoon.

  • Colo-I-Suva Forest Park

    Description: Colo-I-Suva Forest Park is a nature reserve near Suva, Fiji. It offers hiking trails, swimming, and birdwatching. Established in 1872, Colo-i-Suva Forest National Park in Fiji is a two and a half square kilometres of verdant rain-forests renowned for tropical flora and birds. There are about four and a half kilometres of natural trails ploughing through the forests and natural water bodies to swim in. The Waisila Creek flows through the Colo-i-Suva Forest National Park in Fiji making its way to Waimanu River. It is the water catchment for Nausori and Nasinu creek. African mahogany, planted in the 1940s and 1950s, stands apart from the older native vegetation.

  • Denarau Island

    Description: Denarau Island is a small island in Fiji, and the name of the resort area on the island. It is connected by a short causeway to Viti Levu and is 20 minutes drive from Nadi International Airport. The island includes resorts operated by major upscale international chains such as Sheraton, Radisson, Westin and Sofitel.

  • Fiji Culture Center

    Description: Located at the eastern edge of Melanesia just outside of the Polynesian Triangle, the island nation of Fiji is technically not part of Polynesia. However, Fijians’ have interacted with Polynesian communities for thousands of years, making them an important link between Polynesian and Melanesian societies. Fiji comprises over 330 islands, with about 110 inhabited by a population of 870,000. About half of these people are indigenous. The nation’s urban population resides on Viti Levu, Fiji’s largest island. Fiji has long been known for its rich traditions and natural resources, including minerals and timber.

  • Fiji Museum

    Description: Located in the heart of Suva's botanical gardens, the Fiji Museum holds a remarkable collection which includes archaeological material dating back 3,700 years and cultural objects representing both Fiji's indigenous inhabitants and other communities that have settled in the island group over the past 100 years. The Museum is a statutory body governed by the Fiji Museum Act and the Preservation of Objects of Archaeological & Palaeontological Interest Act. The aim of this website is to encourage the understanding and accessibility of information on the history of Fiji and the surrounding South Pacific region. It is also meant to bring you more current information about related research and activities of the museum staff and visitors.

  • Levuka

    Description: Levuka is a town on the eastern coast of the Fijian island of Ovalau, in Lomaiviti Province, in the Eastern Division of Fiji. It was formerly the Capital of Fiji. At the census in 2007, the last to date, Levuka town had a population of 1,131 (plus 3,266 living in the peri-urban area as defined by the Bureau of Statistics), about half of Ovalau's 8,360 inhabitants. It is the economic hub and the largest of 24 settlements on the island. Levuka and the island of Ovalau have been seeking recognition from UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for decades.

  • Malolo

    Description: Malolo is a volcanic island located in the Mamanuca Group of Fiji. It is an inhabited island, but focuses on tourism and offers many resorts and other vacation spots. There are many activities offered, including snorkeling, boating, and sight-seeing. Malolo was one of the locations visited by members the United States Exploring Expedition under Charles Wilkes in 1840. During the visit, two members of the party, including Midshipman Wilkes Henry, Wilkes' nephew, were killed by natives as they attempted to negotiate for food. In retaliation, sixty crewmen from the Expedition's ships attacked and destroyed the villages of Sualib and Arro on Malolo; they also laid waste to all of the crops and huts located in between the two.

  • Navala Village

    Description: Navala Village, Nadi is one of the most conventional villages in Nadi in Fiji. It is one of the rare villages that you can find in the South Pacific. It is really stunning as well as beautiful. It is a true delight for your eyes. This place is no less than a paradise. Among the other places, Navala Village, Nadi is one of the most popular tourist attractions. As a result it attracts a large number of tourists to Nadi every year. Navala Village, Nadi consists of more than 200 Fijian bures. Bure is the regional name given to the houses here in Nadi. You will not find any house which is made of cement or corrugated iron. The walls of these houses are made of bamboo and it has got thatched roofs. All these houses have single rooms in them. It reflects the culture of Nadi and is also frequented by tourists. Navala Village in Nadi is positioned on the wonderful mountains overlooking the Ba River. You can stay in this village and can experience some awesome greenery and other attractive surroundings as well. Tourists visiting to this place will surely have a great and enjoyable time amidst the beauty of nature .

  • Newtown Beach

    Description: Newtown Beach has public access as well, it is located about 10 minutes away from Nadi town by bus.

  • Sigatoka

    Description: Sigatoka is a town in Fiji. It is found on the island of Viti Levu and is situated at the mouth of the Sigatoka River, after which it is named, some 69 kilometers from Nadi. In Fiji's last census (2007) the population of Sigatoka was at 9622. Sigatoka is the principal urban centre for the province of Nadroga-Navosa. An ornate temple, open to public, built by Hare Krishna devotees dominates the Sigatoka skyline. Major tourist attractions include the Sigatoka Sand Dunes near Kulukulu village two kilometers south of Sigatoka, and the Kula Eco Park, which houses some 500 birds of 100 species from many tropical countries. The town is also the principal centre for Fiji's coastal tourism belt - the Coral Coast - which hosts many of the country's leading hotels and resorts.

  • Sleeping Gaint

    Description: The Garden of the Sleeping Giant is one of the most popular and spectacular Fiji attractions of all the Fiji gardens. The Garden of the Sleeping Giant is nestled at the foothills of the Nausori Highlands just a few minutes north of Nadi, Fiji. The Garden of Sleeping Giant Fiji was originally started by the late Raymond Burr in 1997, known for his characters of Perry Mason and Ironside. In the beginning, the Garden of the Sleeping Giant was not a Fiji attraction but the home to Raymond Burr's private collection of tropical orchids. However, today his orchid collection has grown to be one of the most popular Fiji attractions. The Garden of Sleeping Giant Fiji displays over 2000 various kinds of orchids, which encompasses 20 hectares. Along with the magnificent collection attributed to Raymond Burr there are several rare Fijian orchids as well making this collection of orchids the largest in the world.

  • Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple

    Description: The Sri Siva Subramaniya temple is a Hindu temple in Nadi, Fiji. It is at the southern end of the main road through Nadi. It is the largest Hindu temple in the Southern hemisphere. The original temple had been in existence for a long time. It was at the old temple building that the Then India Sanmarga Ikya Sangam (TISI Sangam) was formed in 1926. The TISI Sangam was rejuvenated following the Golden Jubilee celebration in 1976. The revival of Sangam activities together with the arrival of Shivacharya Mahalinga Gurukkal, whose services were made available to Nadi Siva Subramaniya Temple in 1984 by the Government of Tamil Nadu as the Chief Priest boosted the activities at the Temple, and devotees flocked to the Temple in very large numbers to witness and participate in the many new and unique religious ceremonies conducted at the Temple for the first time.

  • Suva

    Description: The Roman Catholic Cathedral, Suva is a renowned church in the city of Suva in Fiji. Suva is a picturesque city in the country of Fiji. The city is set on a peninsula and is surrounded by water in almost all sides. The city is the capital of this country and has many cultural as well as historical constructions which are worth seeing. The travelers and vacationers who come here are charmed by the natural and manmade places of interest. The city of Suva in the country of Fiji is visited by both commercial travelers and tourists every year. This city is also the economic hub of the country. Due to its popularity the number of hotels has increased. This has resulted in the growth of the number of hotels in the city of Suva in Fiji. You can stay at the hotels and go visit the various nearby Tourist Attractions in Suva. The Tourist Attractions in Suva include a number of hotspots but one of the most renowned sites is The Roman Catholic.

  • Suva Municipal Market

    Description: Many markets exist on the island of Fiji, but the most largest and liveliest market is located in the South Pacific called Suva Municipal Market. An array of tropical produce is offered for sale at the market. If merchants are not to busy, they are friendly enough to give you a little lesson on how the pronunciations and use of various fruits and vegetables are used in everyday living. The market gets very busy on Saturday mornings, but if your tired of processed foods and want a refreshing taste of something fresh and natural, the market is the right place for you. The bus station is behind the market on Rodwell Road. Another market worth mentioning is the Municipal Curio and Handicraft Centre. Here booths and little shops offer hand crafted items and souvenirs that you can take make home with you. Stalls are operated by Indians so haggling over prices might be an easier task than stalls run by local Fijians. All in all both markets are a great place to visit if you are looking to get away from the beach. In yet another bit of cultural diversity, you can haggle over the price of handcrafts at stalls run by Indians. (Don't try to haggle at those operated by Fijians.) It's best to wait until you have visited the Government Handicraft Centre, however, before making a purchase.

  • Thurston Gardens

    Description: Thurston Gardens, Suva is one of the most favorite places in the city for those who get tired of visiting sightseeing and tourist attractions of the city. The cool tropical ambiance within the garden provides some relief and pleasure from the hectic schedule of traveling and sightseeing. Thurston Gardens, Suva is one of the 78 parks and gardens in the city and newly established and added some extra beauty to the city. Thurston Gardens in Suva is located in the downtown and close to the other tourist attraction in the city, Albert Park. Thurston Garden was built in 1913 as the first ever botanical garden in the city of Suva. Sine its establishment it serves as a relaxation center in the city for both local people as well as the international tourists. Tourists can sit and relax at the garden after the tiring schedule of traveling to various places of attraction.

  • Wailoaloa Beach

    Description: Wailoaloa Beach, at a 1/2 mile long the beach located in the northern area of Nadi. There are multiple beach clubs and resorts located on this stretch.

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