Fun Things to Do In Fiji

A Trip to Fiji

If you love to travel, a trip to Fiji can be an experience you'll never forget. You can choose top of the range luxury hotels, or budget hostals, or you will find some incredible villas, lodges and seafront huts to rent. Try rentalholidayhomes.com for the best deals on holiday rentals.

Whether you enjoy relaxing on the beach or want to participate in water sports and take in the sights, you'll find everything you're looking for on your Fiji vacation. Here are a few activities you won't want to pass up.

Clear Blue Waters

Cool Rooms

KoroSun Dive

The Dive is on the jetty just opposite of the Koro Sun Resort. You can give day or night, and you can even purchase multi-day passes so you'll have time to take in all the beautiful plant and animal life under the water. The dive is an open-water course, and the cost of the excursion includes all the gear you need for safe diving.

Old Mill Cottage and Menu Board
Old Mill Cottage and Menu Board

Old Mill Cottage

This authentic restaurant is one of the best places to get delicious local fare. Old Mill Cottage is located in Suva, Fiji and you can enjoy tasty meals like palusami, which is a combination of onion, lolo and meat wrapped in dalo leaves. Indian curries for seafood and veggies are also part of the menu, and of course, the scenery is beautiful. Old Mill Cottage is a hot spot for lunch among Fiji natives, so you'll also get first-hand information on the island from those who have grown up there.

Amazing Views

Wilderness Ethnic Adventure

This adventure takes you on a tour along the Navua River . If you're staying in a Suva hotel, transportation for the tour will be provided for you. You can go rafting or canoeing while you're on the tour. Colo-i-Suva National Park is also a part of the Wildnerness Ethnic Adventure Tour. You'll like see a number of native animals during your tour, like blossom bats, monkey face bats and mastiff bats, which feed mainly on insects. Birds like fantails and honeyeaters are also abundant on the island. If you want to go diving after your park tour, you'll likely encounter sea turtles, dolphins and whales in the water.

Typical Accommodations

Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool

If you want to make sure you don't leave Fiji without getting a beauty treatment, you can relax at the mud pool or hot springs in Sabeto. You can bathe in the mud pools during the cooler parts of the day for best results, and the cost is $6 per person. The mud is said to be great for the skin by drawing out toxins. Thermal bathing is also available. This tourist attraction is best for vacationers who prefer to visit the rustic areas of Fiji and engage in beauty treatments the way many of the locals do.

Senikai Spa

Enjoy a luxurious spa experience when you visit Senikai Spa. Attendants offer clay masks that help to tighten your pores, as well as massages with fragrant oils that help to soothe the skin and improve circulation. There are even spa packages for brides or those who are visiting Fiji for their honeymoon.

These are just some of the great things you can enjoy while in Fiji. Talk to your travel agent today about organizing your vacation, or visit a few discount vacation websites to secure your accommodations. Rental holiday homes can be surprisingly inexpensive.

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