Travel Blogs from Fiji

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Club Masa, Sigatoka Sanddunes, Fiji travel blog

Club Masa

A travel blog entry by hilivin

16

... the water is the brightest blue, and despite the strong waves and currents, it is always warm and becomes our playground:) It is Fiji's only beach break for surfing, meaning when you get tossed off your board, you land on the sand, as opposed to ...

Diving in paradise, Nadi, Fiji travel blog

Diving in paradise

A travel blog entry by samhancock

2
45

I don't think I've ever felt as relaxed as I do right now. Fiji is almost definitely the closest I’ll ever get to being in tropical paradise. After a long flight from LA, which was uneventful apart from the slightly disturbing loss of February 26th ...

Fiji update, Tavewa Island, Fiji travel blog

Fiji update

A travel blog entry by nicolajmackay

5

... pod of dolphins escorted us for a while and played at the front of the boat riding the bow wave and leaping into the air. One Fiji tradition that we've now tried on a couple of nights is drinking Kava, the local intoxication liquid of choice. It's a non ...

Caqalai, Suva, Fiji travel blog

Caqalai

A travel blog entry by stollmusic

22

Caqalai war wirklich schön. Wir hatten eine Hütte direkt am Strand, wenn man im Bett lag, konnte man den Strand und das Meer sehen. Wenn Flut war, ging das Wasser bis 1,5m vor unsere Hütte. Herrlich. Morgens nach dem Aufstehen einfach mal schnell eine ...

Viti Levu, Robinson Crusoe Island &Nananu I Ra, Fiji, Fiji travel blog

Viti Levu, Robinson Crusoe Island &Nananu I Ra

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

7

Entry to follow. But for now check out the photos from our 2 weeks in the Fijian sun on the Coral Coast, Robinson Crusoe & Nananu-I-Ra ...

The Beach House Resort, Namatakula, Fiji travel blog

The Beach House Resort

A travel blog entry by mktravels

6

Not every plan comes into fruition, so our original planned trip around the island of Fiji was scuppered by dodgy Indian car hire companies. We had discovered too many pitfalls in their car hire scheme to take the risk of hiring a car, so we jumped ...

Ni Sa Bula! Welcome to Paradise!, Yasawa Islands, Fiji travel blog

Ni Sa Bula! Welcome to Paradise!

A travel blog entry by simonandflo

170

... evenings an 'activity' was arranged, usually some kind of version of the Macarana called the 'Bula dance'. I usually refused and drank Fiji Bitter, but everybody forced me the last night.  We also met the chief of the islands, Chief Ratu, who also ...

The Mamanuca and Yasawa Island Chains, Waya Island, Fiji travel blog

The Mamanuca and Yasawa Island Chains

A travel blog entry by laurieandjilly

7

... Islands. The owners are very keen not to let the resort become a western homogenised style of hotel like so many resorts in Fiji (where you could actually be anywhere in the world) and so although small (max capacity 70) combine simple dorms, private ...

Mmmmm Sunshine, Nadi, Fiji travel blog

Mmmmm Sunshine

A travel blog entry by sam.bewitching

3

... get my Freedom Air flight to Nadi, on Viti Levu, Fiji's largest Island, I am now sat beside the pool at the Aquarius Fiji Backpackers writing this entry in the scorching heat! Its lovely - you can bloody tell the sun is stronger here though! Flight OMG I ...

Day 11 - Mission: Get a Tan!, Yasawa Islands, Fiji travel blog

Day 11 - Mission: Get a Tan!

A travel blog entry by kimber619

We got up early to go for breakfast, on the menu was Fijian cake and the best bananas I've ever had. The sun was shining so we all ran to the beach as fast as our legs could carry us and we assumed the position for the ultimate tanning experience. We all ...

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