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Public Transport Options

If willing to give up a few home comforts, getting around Fiji's main islands is pretty easy and cheap using local buses, ferries and carriers. Air-conditioned express buses run on major routes and car hire is available, however is expensive. The main towns have an oversupply of taxis – just be sure to agree on a price first.

Car Rental

Although a good way to explore the islands if sharing, renting a car is somewhat limiting as most agencies don't allow their cars to be driven on unpaved roads. Be aware that the shorter the hire period, the higher the rate, with a day's hire costing twice as much as you would expect to pay daily for a week.

Taxi Prices

Taxis in most rural areas don't use their meters so ask locals for the standard rate. If a taxi is returning to its base expect to pay FJ$1 per person or less, however you may have to share a ride. In most towns FJ$2.50 will get you to most places. Have small change handy.

Travelling Across Water

Small local boats will take you between most islands and daily ferries run from Viti Levu to Vanua Levu, Taveuni and Ovalau. Timetables are notorious for being inconsistent, sometimes leaving at odd hours and with long waiting periods at each stop. In which case, you might prefer hiring a charter boat or yacht depending on your budget.

Bring your sea legs...

Sail the tall ship 'Ra Marama' – with departures daily – to Tivua Island from Denarau Marina. Snorkelling is a must among the 500 acres of coral reefs or simply dip your toes in the white sand as you lie back and drift off. Taking only 8 minutes to walk around, Tivua is a great day trip destination but offers complete solitude at night.

Scuba Diving

With over 400 species of coral and an abundance of exotic marine life, Rainbow Reef between Taveuni and Vanua Levu is considered to be one of the best dive sites in the world. July and September offer the best visibility however with water temperature as cool as 22 degrees rather than a potential 30 degrees in the summer months.

City of Surprises

Discover Fiji's capital, Suva, at your leisure without the usual 'follow the leader' package tour. From around AUD$69 a round-trip coach ride will take you to Suva from your hotel with plenty of time to shop the flea markets, take a stroll through Thurston Botanical Gardens and Albert Park or watch the changing of the guard outside the President's residence.

Hiking in the Bouma National Heritage Park

For stunning views of waterfalls, lush rainforest and the chance to cool off in natural pools, head to Taveuni Island where the National Heritage Park covers 80% of the island. For keen walkers take the Vidawa Rainforest Trail past ancient village sites and discover some of the best areas for bird watching. A great trip for those in search of adventure.

DAY 1: Discover underwater worlds

From Port Denarau in Nadi, take a day cruise to the Mamanuca Islands. Enjoy a picnic of local fish and tropical fruit either on deck or on the beach. Snorkel amongst the crystal waters and discover the magnificent coral reefs or simply lie back and take in the view with a cold drink. Round trips from around FJ$130/150 per adult. Half-day trips cost around FJ$80-90.

DAY 3: Rafting in Pacific Harbour

For a day of adventure in the remote highlands of Viti Levu, go white water rafting down the Navua River to discover scenic beauty and rugged terrain. With Class III rapids, there is excitement around every turn for both experts and beginners. Majestic gorges, mesmerising waterfalls and rare species of wildlife in abundance, prepare for one of the most unique journeys in Fiji. Day trips from around FJ$360.

DAY 2: Explore the Coral Coast

Take a road trip along Viti Levu's coastline on route to Pacific Harbour to explore breathtaking scenery or board the Coral Coast Scenic Railway. Trek the Sigatoka Sand Dunes or discover rich wildlife in the Kula Eco Park. With 80km of beach to sink your feet into, whether it's relaxation you're after or a dose of culture in Sigatoka's temples, you won't run out of things to do.

DAY 4: Satisfy your curiosity in Suva's Market

Lose yourself in the myriad of stalls in Suva's Municipal Market where you'll find something for everyone. Busiest on Saturdays, this is the largest and liveliest market in the South Pacific yet the merchants are still willing to give you a little language lesson if you return their friendly patter. Great for heady spices without the price tag and exotic seasonal fruit, at its best in October and November.


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