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The very name of Fiji conjures up images a tropical paradise. The reality is just as stupendous and as you relax in the sun, all thoughts of grey skies and heavy workloads will just slip away. Scuba dive along the Rainbow reef and surf in Viti Levu. Swim in the beautiful lagoons and snorkel among the soft coral reefs. Take a boat trip through the mangroves on the Rewa River Delta and visit the stunning Garden of the Sleeping Giant. Relax in the sun on the lovely beaches or in the hot spring pools and mud baths. Don’t miss the Naihehe Sacred Caves that pagan tribes once lived in; there is a “cathedral chamber” and a sacred pool. The resorts all have discos or live bands and in Suva you will find clubs, bars and discos.
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Batiluva Beach Resort Batiluva Beach Resort

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Welcome to Fiji’s finest island and best beach resort for surfing, diving, fishing and island style relaxing!

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Diving resorts
GBP 56 - 64 Per day Fiji

Tiliva Resort Tiliva Resort

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Tiliva resort offers unrivalled peace and tranquility in an area of outstanding natural beauty!

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Diving resorts
USD 122 - 305 Per day Fiji

Moody’s Namena Moody’s Namena

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As close to nature as you are likely to get!

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Diving resorts
USD 265 - 457 Per day Fiji

Fiji Island Resort Fiji Island Resort

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Enjoy long lazy hours beachcombing, bathing, fishing, sailing.

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Fishing lodges
USD 126 - 156 Per day Fiji

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Fiji Travel Stories
Paddling Fiji's Kadavu Island Rationally, I knew cannibals no longer waged brutal, blood-thirsty warfare in these parts. Still, I experienced a brief flicker of doubt as we were escorted into the presence of a rather sinister-looking chief in a remote village called Ravitaki on one of the less-traveled of the Fiji archipelago's 350 inhabited islands. Sure, the natives at the Sheraton on the main island were friendly, but who... Read more >>>