Enter a World of Endless Surprise
While many know Fiji as a beach resort destination, famous for white sandy beaches and palm-fringed crystal waters, savvy travellers know that inland Viti Levu holds some of the most spectacular and varied scenery in the South Pacific.
The rivers are the lifeline of the interior, giving access to verdant mountains, canyon-lined waterfalls and lush tropical rainforests, as well as friendly traditional, as well as friendly traditional Fijian villages that have been virtually unchanged for hundreds of years
The city of Suva is Fiji's political capital, and boasts an incredible diversity of culture. Wander the streets lined with colonial buildings, explore the local shops, and taste from the huge aray of Indian and island cuisine on offer.
Pacific Harbour is the adventure hub of Viti Levu, and is the perfect spot from which to enjoy the exiting waterfalls and hiking trails of the mainland, as well as giving easy access to the world-class diving wonderland of Beqa Lagoon
- The Adventure Capital: Pacific Harbour on Fiji's south coast is the 'Adventure Capital of Fiji'. You can take a zip line through the trees, dive with sharks or raft up a river and a swim under jungle waterfalls.
- A Taste for Life: Visit the grave of Ratu Udre Udre, the famous 19th-century cannibal chef.
- Take a Dive: Regularly flushed by ocean currents the Vatu-L-Ra Passage offers some of the best diving in Fiji.