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Fiji attracts thousands of tourists each year and one of the reasons for this is that there is so much to see and do. Doing a little research before you go will help you to decide on the sort of activities you want to do on your break, but here are a few ideas to get you started.
Taking a cruise through the mangrove forests is one of the most popular activities among tourists. The mangrove forests are located along the coast of Viti Levu. There is a whole range of wildlife here and the trip will take you through some of the remote fishing villages too.
If you are interested in the history of the islands then head for Suvu’s Thurston Gardens, which is the home of the Fiji Museum. There is a large collection here of archaeological artefacts, some of which are nearly 4000 years old. The rudder of the HMS Bounty can be seen in the museum too – an artefact that links British history to that of Fiji.
If you are an enthusiastic diver then Fiji could be your perfect destination. It is widely considered to have some of the best diving in the world. You can dive here all year round and some of the best sites include Rainbow Reef, Somosomo Straits and the Bega Lagoon. Windsurfing is an alternative thanks to the year-round breeze. You can partake at most of the resorts here.
Culture enthusiasts should consider visiting the Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple. It is a good example of Fiji’s diverse architecture. If you have opted for car rental, consider going to Pacific Harbour where you will find the Arts Village. There is a temple, boat tours around the lagoon and a market, where you can mingle with the locals and enjoy events such as the traditional fire walking.
For most people a trip to Fiji is the chance to relax. Nadi is the home of the hot springs and they are thought to have healing properties. There are three pools here and mud baths and you will certainly feel relaxed at the end of it. You could also take the time to use your hire car to visit the Sigatoka Valley, which is home to the Naihehe Caves, a sacred site. The local people will go to the caves, which were home to the last pagan tribes of Fiji, in order to offer tributes to their late ancestors.