Fiji is a group of about 500 islands surrounded by the second biggest barrier reef in the World. The people here are friendly, the weather is very hot but occasional heavy showers can cool you down – the sun will dry you off in just 15 minutes easily. Cyclone season is from November to April. There are several restaurants where a good meal can be bought reasonably. Currency is the Fijian Dollar. In the outlying Islands you will find best Hotels with swimming pools. It’s a beautiful place and not over-priced. Fiji is full of some fascinating and beautiful islands and they all are jaw-dropping.
Nadi-Open-air souvenir market, you can pick up traditional Fijian crafts such as wooden kava bowls, hand-painted sarees and scepter-like cannibal forks, the latter a nod to the region’s colorful past. Then explore the country’s Indian legacy at Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple, an elaborately painted Hindu temple. Nearly half of Fiji’s population is of Southeast Asian heritage, descendants of the Indians and Bengalis who came to work the British sugar-cane plantations in the late 1800s and decided to stay. Enjoy the melding of these cultures with an Indo-Fijian feast of fresh fish curry and spiced roti at the Curry House, a Nadi favorite for locals and visitors.
Mamanuca Islands – Take a helicopter tour from Nadi International Airport to the Mamanuca Islands, a string of islets that stretch for miles northwest of Vitu Levu
Beqa – This is an amazing place for water sports and scuba diving in Fiji and check out the traditional fire walking
Taveuni – Enjoy the amazing waterfalls. Don’t miss the Tavoro waterfalls, a 60-foot horsetail of white water that cascades into an emerald pool and is easily accessible via a flat, grassy trail.
Suva – The capital of the country. Check the night life in fiji as well as the island culture. Visit colo-i-suva is possible.