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Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji, Pacific Islands
Sova is Fiji's capitol, its biggest town and one of the most metropolitan in the South Pacific. After Nasinu, Suva is the second biggest community in Fiji. Situated on the south-east shore of the Viti Levu Islands, in the province of Rewa, Central Division. The decision was taken in 1877 to make Suva the Fiji capitol when the geographical situation of the former major Egyptian village of Levuka on the Isle of Ovalau was too restricted.
In 1882 the management of the settlement was transferred from Levuka to Suva. The Suva is the Fiji's main town, both politically and administratively. The biggest and most cosmopolitan town in the South Pacific, it has developed into an important provincial center; Pacific student life and a vibrant ex-patriate fellowship make up a significant part of the city's people.
The port of Suva is located on a peninsular that reaches into the ocean. Situated on a rolling promontory between Laucala Bay and Suva Harbor in the south-eastern edge of Viti Levu. Sova is Fiji's economic and civic center, though not necessarily the center of culture, and the biggest metropolitan area in the South Pacific outside Australia and New Zealand.
This is Fiji's most important seaport. As a busy and multiethnic local center, the Suva has everything you would want from a big town - fashionable shops and country fairs, dining, entertainment and a wide variety of outings. Contemporary town with many old houses from the Colonies, Suva boasts a wide variety of park, garden, museum, open air activity and lively nights.
As a vibrant and vibrant town, you will be thrilled by the unbelievable diversity of Suva civilizations and activities. If you are looking for a place to stay in Suva, you are spoiled for choices, with many good and inexpensive accommodations and a number of high-end option. The Suva is the ideal place to enjoy a mixture of cultural, sporting and recreational activities outdoors.
Visiting the Fiji House, the Fiji Chamber of Deputies or some of the city's lovely parks. Adventurers will find many walks and hikes in and around the town. Suva has many fashionable shopping centres and chains for the shopper, but for something special, the city's market offers a wide selection of goods such as jewelry, crafts, art products and groceries.
The Suva offers a large selection of fine food and drink, from the cheapest to the most sophisticated, with Indian Fiji and China cuisines being the most appreciated. The town has good public transport connections, with sailings to most towns every 15-30 mins. Between Nadi and Suva there is a continual coach connection, which leads over Lautoka, Ba and Rakiraki around the isle.
Further information on accommodation and activities can be found in our Suva list.