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Why you should go?
Fiji is blessed with 333 tropical islands that are home to happiness as some say. Famous for its soft coral diving, white sand beaches and pristine natural environment Fiji is a dream of a lifetime.
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Take a Sigatoka River Safari

Jet-boat safaris exploring the Sigatoka River run right into the Fijian heartland. The river is the longest on the island of Viti Levu, and runs from the hills of the Navosa Province into the sand dunes in Kulukulu on the Coral Coast. This freshwater river is so clear that you can view the marine life, including eels, prawns, mussels and a variety of fish, swimming just beneath the surface. Excursions also include tours of the island and a look at native life with traditional foods and entertainment.

Visit the South Sea Islands

The collection of islands in the region has sandy palm-lined beaches, crystalline waters and dynamic coral reefs that are a must-see. Day trips to the area, which include Mamanuca and Yasawa islands, give you several choices for exploration. These include a snorkeling excursion that visits the Marine Sanctuary to observe the variety of fish and sea life, or combination cruises with the option of sailing, kayaking, scuba diving or even a massage.

Kula Eco Park

Many of the area’s most threatened species live at Kula Eco Park. Kula lorikeets, Iguanas and several tropical bird species such as the golden dove, red musk parrot and peregrine falcon are among the animals that live in the park. Visitors can observe and learn about the park organizers' efforts to revitalize the animals' existence. The park also has a wide tropical jungle where a series of rope bridges lead you through a vast array of tropical vegetation, fruit trees, streams and bright varieties of flora.

Fiji Museum

For an up-close look at the area’s history, the Fiji Museum showcases a variety of prized memorabilia. The museum within Suva's botanical gardens offers an impressive look at showpieces dating back as far as 3,700 years. Three adjoining buildings house a history gallery, art gallery, Indo-Fijian gallery as well as rotating exhibitions. You can view pieces of Fijjian history, such as war clubs, cannibal forks and shell jewelry.

Bouma National Heritage Park

On the garden island of Taveuni, within the northern group of islands, Bouma National Heritage Park is home to a broad array of Fiji’s natural beauty. You can tour lush tropical vegetation, and see mountain ridges, volcanic peaks as high as 1,000 feet and tall cliffs overlooking the sea. Within the park’s massive 37,000 acres, paved and unpaved trails take you through the scenery, with views such as the Tavoro waterfalls, Lavena Coast, and the Vidawa Rainforest.

Turtle Island

Turtle Island is one of the 333 islands in Fiji. It became famous on account of the “Blue Lagoon” film. It offers scope for varied activities such as trekking, mountain biking, fly-fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, deep sea fishing, scuba diving, sailing, and sunset cruises. It is specially made for the couples. Visitors can also enjoy Polynesian Lomi-Lomi massage at the island.

Fiji enjoys a sunny, tropical climate year-round, but the best time to go is during the dry season, or Fijian winter, from May to October, when temperatures are milder and less humid.
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Do take a private boat trip around the islands, to experience Fijis beauty as the sun goes down.
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