Amazing Places you need to Visit in Fiji, Australia


Fiji is an archipelago of about 800 mountainous islands and a coral island surrounded by wind between Melanesia and the South Pacific. Fiji is less than Tahiti, cheaper than New Caledonia, and only a quick flight from Vanuatu and Tonga, Fiji is a shopping center and transportation. It is also a popular tourist destination, especially among Australians and New Zealanders, for turquoise lakes full of marine life and idyllic postcards roaming on postcards.




Mamanuca Islands

Fiji serves well for romantic holidays, especially those for honeymooning. Many resorts offer special deals, including beachside dinners, pangles with private pools, and spa rooms for 2 people. Some resorts offer popular and intimate bungalows over the water that radiates from piers over the lakes, while few, especially on remote islands, are for adults only, or at least with bars, restaurants and children-free swimming pools. Within an hour or two on a boat from a club, the Mamanuca Islands feature endless coral islands, such as Mana Island, where Fiji's first falcon was built above water. Of course, there is not much you can do but enjoy the scenery, walking on the beaches, snorkelling in marine life in the turquoise waters of the stairs attached to the private patios, but who cares?

Vanua Leva Island

Firmly on the itinerary for some is the "village tour", maybe try some kava (strong alcoholic drink), and spear. All this intrigued, of course, not always authentic, so try to visit - or better yet, stay in - a real village. It would be worthwhile, if only for welcome smiles and plentiful. Some remote islands are inhabited only by resort guests and staff, while other islands are so low in population that villages do not exist. By contrast, most villages in Vanua Leva, Fiji's second largest island, can be reached by a rare bus or chartered / rented car along the off-road, starting from the charming city of Savosavu.



Suva

Although it is a city and capital, Suva often looks like an overgrown village where markets are still booming. The market of products (or the municipal market), next to the bus station, is quite as expected: expansive, high-sounding, chaotic and few, but fascinating, with rare tropical fruits, unmarked meat plates, and very limited life-span poultry cages. Suva Handicraft Center is located near the city's garden and offers countless stalls in a rather dark and somewhat undesirable building. But there are more friendly smiles than the hard sales of sellers, which are authentic and affordable, although prices are of course negotiable.

 Taveuni Island

With many coral reefs surrounding many islands, coral islands that create shallow lakes and blue and green tides, it is hard to narrow down on the coolest places to explore marine life and coral reefs. With warm water (usually) and a wide range of fish, rays, turtles, sharks and whales (harmless), Fiji is popular, but it is hard to beat Tavione. Coral reefs are particularly soft, sometimes luminous, and the strait between Vanua Levu and legendary Tavioni among the divers. But swimmers will also enjoy what is offered. The island has a few dive operators, some public transport, accommodation at all prices, and is easily accessible by boat or plane from the main island.



Lomaiviti Islands

The beaches on the main islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levua are somewhat disappointing: they are often sandy, sandy, sometimes rocky and unusable. Often the best beaches - certainly the quietest and least developed - are the distant beaches. The highest islands in the Lomaiviti Islands are coral reefs surrounded by coral reefs, creating lakes of calm blue green waters that roam with marine life and coral reefs. The beaches are pristine and whitish white, although visitors may have to exchange sand with egg laying turtles. Additional attractions are access from the main island, usually through the charming colonial city of Lefuca (the first capital of Fiji), and the opportunity to discover humpback whales abroad.