Viti levu: Attractions and more...
Visitors can choose from a range of attractions and activities on Viti Levu. Those inclined towards an urban experience can visit Suva, a multiracial and multicultural city that is often called ‘one of the most liveable cities in the South Pacific’. Suva’s principal attractions include the Fiji Museum, the Cultural Centre at Pacific Harbour and the Suva Market.
Little known gems in the Nadi area include the Mamanuca Islands and the Nausori Highlands.
Rakiraki, located on the north coast of Viti Levu, is the most unspoiled area of the island. Its untouched, sylvan beaches and pastoral landscapes are a favourite with those looking for a getaway far removed from the bustle of Fiji’s urban areas. The Nananu-i-Ra resort island is one such popular destination.
The Coral Coast is Fiji’s ‘premier resort destination’ and has a wide range of accommodation and activities to suit every taste and budget.
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Suva (About 29.6 mi)
|Suva - 29.6 mi|
Suva is rich with old shops and markets with various foods, artefacts, handicrafts
and especially seafood.
The beautiful Thurston Gardens, next to Government House, the...
|Nadi - 39.3 mi|
Nadi is an important religious centre for both Hinduism and Islam. Its Sri Siva Subramaniya temple is the largest temple in the Southern hemisphere. There are also two beautiful...