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Relax and rejuvenate on these delightful islands, where palm trees, white sandy beaches and spectacular coral reefs make for a perfect setting. Fiji is made up of 330 islands, of which only 100 are inhabited, the remaining islands are untouched begging to be explored.
The largest island, Viti Levu, is home to 70% of the Fijian population and Nadi International Airport sits on the island's west coast, the main gateway for visitors arriving and departing from these beautiful islands. Extending 100 kms along the south of Viti Levu lies the Coral Coast, which takes in the classic Fijian scenery that the country is famous for. Featuring traditional villages, sugar cane fields and tropical plantations as well as coral lagoons and beaches, the Coral Coast is truly spectacular and a great place for relaxation or to indulge in a number of water-sports. Beginning at Momi, about 20 kms south of Nadi, the highway extends to Pacific Harbour offering a choice of accommodation along the way.
The Mamanucas are a chain of 20 islands near Vitu Levu. These islands are home to the most established resorts in Fiji and provide a stunning array of activities for all types of travellers. In surroundings beautiful enough to star in 'Cast Away' and 'Survivor Fiji' these islands offer parasailing, windsurfing, dolphin-watching and just about any other activity you can do on or under water. With regular transfers, the numerous island resorts have easy access to Nadi, yet remain idyllic havens, set apart from the real world.
The Yasawa group of islands are more grand in stature than the nearby Mamanucas but are less commercialised, making them popular for those wanting to travel off the beaten track and explore magnificent untouched landscapes. You won't find any supermarkets or banks here, but with so much natural beauty you will have ample opportunity to enjoy a rest from civilisation. With gorgeous beaches, abundant sunshine and a range of beautiful resorts, this is the place to come for an affordable retreat in paradise.
Vanua Levu is Fiji's second largest island and for those seeking adventure and relaxation this is the place to stay. Generally much less visited than the other islands, but easily accessible from Vitu Levu by plane, Vanua Levu is home to stunningly beautiful scenery and activities aplenty. Savusavu town is set in beautiful surroundings, with a protected bay that is a popular mooring for yachts. Wasali Nature Reserve is an untouched rainforest with hiking trails leading to spectacular views. Whether touring the Snake Temple near Labasa, diving to see the soft corals or just exploring along the Hibiscus highway, Vanua Levu has lots to offer. Several smaller islands are also nearby including Matangi and Nukubati.
Taveuni is known as the Garden Island and is an eco-tourist's dream with nature reserves harbouring an abundance of native plants and wildlife. Also known for dive sites such as Eel Reef and the Great White Wall, an amazing drop-off covered in white soft coral, a Marine Park was established at Waitabu in 1990 which teems with fish and coral. Hikers and nature fans are equally well served with the Bouma National Heritage Park offering hiking trails and world-class birdwatching, with Kula Lorikeets, Silktails, Orange Doves and 100 other species of bird calling Tavenui home.
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