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Find your sense of adventure in Fiji

by Lia Holloway on 22 August 2014, 11:08AM

Fiji is well known for its friendly people, laidback lifestyle and stunning white beaches surrounded by turquoise lagoons – but Fiji also has plenty to offer those who prefer to live life at a faster pace. Fiji’s warm tropical climate and diverse landscapes provides the perfect setting for adventure and activities.

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Mamanuca Islands & Yasawa Islands

Surrounding the main island of Fiji (Viti Levu) are many smaller islands; the most popular being the Mamanuca Islands and the Yasawa Islands. Both feature incredible white beaches, lagoons teeming with marine life and a variety of accommodation options from backpackers to luxury. The Mamanuca Islands featured in the film “Castaway” and also the TV series “Survivor: Fiji”. These islands offer parasailing, windsurfing, amazing dive sites and some of the best surf breaks in the world. The Yasawa Islands are also popular for snorkelling, kayaking and sailing. 

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Sigatoka

 On board a custom built safari jet boat, Sigatoka River Safari will transport you deep into the interior of Viti Levu to experience local lifestyles at an authentic Fijian Koro (Village). The driver/guide will introduce you to the Fijian people and share history, customs and legends of the area. Tour duration is 4.5hrs and costs from £99 per person. 

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Namosi

Kila Eco Adventure Park (KEAP) is approximately 13 miles from Suva and provides fun and adventure for the whole family. With the longest Zipline in Fiji, and the only Giant Swing plus plenty of different rope courses, there is something for all abilities. The park is set in acres of greenery including a freshwater pool, waterfalls and traditional built Bures.

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Denarau Island

Denarau Island was developed as a resort hub on Viti Levu starting in the late 1960s, less than 6 miles from Nadi. Since then, it has grown to be home to eight large resorts, beautiful beaches, tennis facilities and an 18-hole championship golf course. 

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Kadavu

Scuba divers’ paradise awaits in Kadavu Island. Although it is approx 80 miles south of the main island, Kadavu is worth the journey as it is home to the spectacular Great Astrolabe Reef. This is one of the largest barrier reefs in the world and a famous dive spot to swim with manta rays, dive ship wrecks and swim through colourful coral gardens. For those who prefer to stay above the water, there are also spectacular surf breaks, kayaking, fishing and long sandy beaches. Further inland you will discover rainforests filled with wildlife, waterfalls and good hiking routes.

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For more information or to book, call 0845 543 6615 or visit Travelbag’s website here


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