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Outside the Aiport there are numerous taxi services available to take you to your holiday destination. Under the following links you will find the rates from the airports to the different destinations. Make sure you validate the prize before getting into the cabin. When you don't like the prize, ask another rider. No snorkelling in Denarau is allowed at the camps.
It is a sandy spot, the waters are cloudy and there is no snorkelling. Got to make outings to the island. Coral Coast beaches are better, but the sands can be rough. Snorkelling is good, but not as good as the isles. There is a large selection of accommodation and rates in Fiji.
Only a cab to Clifford Coastline, we charged FJD$90 for the 4 of us (about A$60 at the time) for the 1 1/2 hour drive to Bedarra. Snorkeling on the reef is OK, but nothing in comparison to islets. It' just off the shore. Overnight at Bedarra Island Inn, inexpensive & inexpensive.
Off shore islets are cheap to buy, and some resort are not available at $$$$$ according to your standard and whether you have large familys (e.g. Plantation) and specific offers in abundance. According to your ages and wishes you can have a look at some of the facilities. Take a look at their website (and other resort like Blue Lagoon, Botaira, Nanuya, etc.) and the TA-review.
The only snorkelling area on the continent that is worthwhile is the RakiRaki area. Vananavu is an outstanding seaside resorts or VoliVoli has a number of accommodations on a beautiful sandy area. I' d rather get a cab and cost would be similar to going to the coral coast than what you have been priced.
I hope it's in Fiji dollar. In Fiji dollar you can buy a cab for this, according to how far you go down the coral coast. I would go to the isles.