Fiji is an Island country nestled in the South Pacific Ocean. Fiji is an excellent dream destination to take a tour! More than 330 islands are here, the two major islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, account for over 80% of the country’s population. It’s not surprising that many tourists choose to stay on this main island for the duration of their vacation — and with good reason, there is much to do!
The Crystal Blue Water
This could be the must-see thing when you are visiting Fiji! Coral Cats is a lovely place. It might be a smaller tour, but very relaxed. There are a couple of other big-name ones that I’ve heard good things about as well. South Sea Cruises has an even broader array of options for day cruising. Whichever you choose, be sure to snorkel.
Garden of The Sleeping Giant
Named after the mountain under which it sits, the Garden of the Sleeping Giant has over 2,000 varieties of Asian orchids and Cattleya hybrids. The orchids were incredible. I’ve never seen so many different types in my life! The garden also allows you to observe the Fijian jungle and witness many other lush tropical plants that are native to the island.
Swim at the base of a waterfall
Nearly 3 hours, an unsafe drive through the mountain, and an underwhelming waterfall swim later, I realized I had made a mistake. Looking back, I should’ve known better, but hey, live and learn. I recommend booking through a legit tour company. It would be so much helpful for you.
Mud and Relax at A Natural Hot Spring
Upon researching things to do in Fiji, I knew I wanted to visit the mud pool and hot spring, a curious thing to want to do in the middle of summer in Fiji; however, it’s said to be ideal for “self-cleansing and naturally beautifying yourself.” The Sabeto Hot Springs is just down the road from the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, and great to do on the same day.
Catch a sunrise at First Landing
The best spots to enjoy the morning on Viti Levu. Words can’t describe the beauty of the sun rising over the Mountain of Sleeping Giant off in the distance. Without a doubt, it is the most beautiful sunrise that ever witnessed. Golden rays piercing through pink, cotton candy clouds against the early morning blue sky was made only more spectacular by its reflection on the calm waters of Nadi Bay.
Visit Fijian Village and Drink Kava
Exploring a Fijian village is a part of the tour as you will enjoy a lot over there. I stopped at a traditional village before heading to the waterfall and didn’t quite have the experience I was hoping for. I basically just got out of the car, met the Chief and was briefly showed around while my “tour guide” and the Chief talked to each other in the native language the whole time. Besides these, many more things are waiting to enjoy a lot for you. Book your trip today!