Places to see in Fiji IslandsSights in Fiji-Islands
The Fiji Entertainment Guide - For enjoyment, rest and relax
Fiji offers endless possibilities for recreation. Adventurous visitor can organize excursions into the luxuriant jungle and practise activities such as kayak, walking and yachting, while accompanied excursions also take travellers around the islands. At nightfall, many people go to lido pubs to have drinks or to a club to spend the nights dancing.
Fiji hosts a large number of lively festival events throughout the year, which usually involve a lot of drink and dance. The Sonaisali Resort will be open to jazzmen for three full-day visits in April, while celebrations such as Holi and Diwali provide an introduction to the Fiji cultur.
Cruise down the Navua Riviera on a Fiji biliilibili bamboos tradition. Excursions includes a stopover in the historic town and the tour is particularly scenic as the visitor follows the stream along a ravine through the promontory. Birdwatchers will want to explore Kula Eco Park, the only nature reserve conservation area in Fiji.
Located in a lush rainforest on the bank of a small stream, the visitor can take a look at the pristine Fiji woods and a large number of rare birdlife. Fiji's waterways are full of marine life and the clear sea is perfect for scuba and snorkelling as the visitor can enjoy the view of colourful corals and schools of alien species as he explores this water-rich marvel.
After indulging in the mineral salts in the sea or the breathtaking woodland environment, the visitor will enjoy a refreshing swim. Cruising the islands off the coast is an excellent way to see the real Fiji scenery. Special itineraries take you to the Great Sea Reef off Viti Levu and around the small Yasawa Islands, and that's an unparalleled and memorable trip that you won't find anywhere else in the game.
Both from Nadi and Suva, Zip Flip, the latest Fiji Island experience, allows the visitor to plunge through the tropics. Situated in a privately owned ecological reservation, this is a good opportunity to see the beauties of Fiji from a different perspective. Throughout Fiji Diwali is a popular celebration and is particularly interesting after nightfall, as olive and coloured light decorate homes and roads and there are fireworks and festivals.
Suva has the most pulsating night life, with plenty of pubs and night clubs.