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Fiji Holiday Package

New Zealand is an island country in the south-western Pacific Ocean. The country geographically comprises two main landmasses, that of the North and South Islands, and numerous other islands. It is situated east of Australia across the Tasman Sea and roughly to the south of the Pacific island nations of New Caledoni, Fiji, and Tonga.  Here comes the Fiji Island Holiday Package! 

An archipelago of hundreds of islands in South West Pacific, Fiji lies miles to the north-east of the North Islands of New Zealand.  Densely forested with tall mountains, lush valleys, waterfalls, soft coral reefs and surrounded by blue and green sea waters.

Blessed with abundant natural scenery in the form of hills, forests, powdery beaches and pristine waters of the sea, this is a great destination for families, groups and honeymooning couples. Fiji lets you have more time to yourself as you get to explore its persona, go island hopping to some remote islands, or go for romantic, star-lit dinner cruises.

Those travellers who are more adventurous, can indulge in snorkelling, kayaking, diving or scuba-diving in the soft coral reefs rich with colourful fishes.  There are rafting and canoeing tours, as well as bush-walking, hiking through caves and waterfalls.  There are others who prefer swimming, fishing or trekking, while many just love to relax on the beaches.

Tourist Attractions:

There’s no dearth of sight-seeing and activities in Fiji and no matter what you choose, you will always have warm memories of your escapade on this enigmatic Island!

The Parliament Complex in Suva is one of the world's most striking political hubs with the aim of maintaining indigenous-Fijian values, apparent through the open-air corridors, traditional arts and structures and masi cloths throughout. The main building, vale ne bose lawa (Parliament House), takes its form from the traditional vale (family house) and has a ceremonial access from Ratu Sukuna Rd. It is advisable to call ahead if you want to tour the grounds, but you can also obtain a Visitors Pass from the guard at the main entrance. It is also possible to sit in on a parliamentary session by calling in advance.

This lush rainforest park, called Colo-i-Suva, pronounced tholo-ee-soo-va, is an oasis teeming with vivid and melodic birdlife and tropical flora. The walking trails navigate clear natural pools and gorgeous vistas, with just a touch of Indiana Jones in the rope swings over water and stone steps across streams. Sitting at a high altitude, it’s a cool and peaceful respite from Suva's urban hubbub. Flowing through the forest is the Waisila Creek, which makes its way down to the Waimanu River and is the water catchment for the Nausori and Nasinu areas. The creek gives rise to natural swimming holes, and there are picnic tables, shelters and change rooms as well as dining lounges!

This excellent Fiji Museum in Suva captivates visitors with a journey into the island’s archaeological, political, cultural and linguistic evolution. Original examples of musical instruments, cooking apparatus, jewellery, including chiefs' whale tooth necklaces, and a daunting array of Fijian war clubs and cannibal utensils offer a vivid insight into traditional life.  The growing influence of other South Pacific and European cultures on the Fijian Islands is also demonstrated through exhibits on pottery, fishing methods and trade. Taking centre stage is the massive Ratu Finau and Fiji’s last waqa tabus (double hulled canoe).

After visiting the Museum, ponder on your new found knowledge with a wander through these compact but beautiful gardens called as Thurston Gardens, in Suva. The dense conglomeration of native flora and surrounding lawns are less manicured and more scattered haphazardly but heavy landscaping would detract from the tropical element. The colourful vegetation will generate appreciative murmurs from the casual visitor which is also labelled for the benefit of the avid horticulturalists. Crisscrossing walking trails traverse the park, and bench seating provides sensory-fatigue relief. It is a lovely spot for a picnic, particularly if you camp yourself under one of the grand and stately shady or sunny area on this Fiji Island Holiday Package!

Charles Kingsford Smith was the first aviator to cross the Pacific, flying in his little Fokker trimotor, The Southern Cross, from California to Australia.  The longest leg of the flight was the 34-hour trip from Hawaii to Fiji.  Suva's Albert Park, with its hill at one end and the Grand Pacific Hotel at the other, was made into a makeshift landing strip for his arrival, as when he arrived with his crew, there were thousands of crowds and colonial dignitaries to welcome him!

O'Reillys Entertainment Pub in Suva kicks the evening off in relatively subdued fashion - relaxed punters playing pool or watching sport on the numerous TV’s.  it brews quite a party as the hours tick by and at night the place is generally throbbing with a gleeful crowd of locals and travellers. There is no distinct age code, and backpackers, foreign contractors, locals and expats fill the dance floor, shaking their bits to Europop, soft metal, techno, peppy country and western…basically anything that keeps the crowd moving. Forget warm pints of Guinness, the only Irish quality about O'Reillys, is that it's enough fun to knock your socks off.

The Wilderness Ethnic Adventure offers several tours on the Navua River that pick up from Suva hotels. There are rafting and canoeing tours, half- and full-day tours to Nasilai village and city tours of Suva that take in the Fiji Museum and bushwalking in Colo-i-Suva Forest Park.

At the base of Main Street, away from the commercial hype, this peaceful Hindu temple called the Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple, strikes a vibrant pose against a dramatic mountainous backdrop. It is a tranquil spot to reflect and distance yourself from Nadi's boisterous main drag. The prolific wooden carvings of Hindu deities travelled all the way from India, as did the artists who dressed the temple in its colourful coat and impressive ceiling frescos. You can wander around the main temple to see the Hindu Lord Shiva's various forms, all incarnations being manifestations of the One Supreme Lord. This is a Murugan temple and worship of Lord Murugan is equivalent to the worship of nature.

The Ed’s Bar, Nadi's best watering hole and entertainment zone, draws local and visiting social animals and keeps them happy with reasonably priced beer and friendly staff. There's a small dining section inside but the bar is the main event, where stool seating, pool tables and live bands dominate. Tables outside catch the breeze but they generally fill by late afternoon so you would have to strap your beer boots on early to nab one.

Hop aboard this magnificent two-mast schooner and take a sailing cruise through Fiji's Mamanuca Islands in Nadi for the day, launched by the Planter’s Club.Explore uninhabited islands, swim in crystal-clear blue lagoons and view stupendous marine life on the magnificent Fiji Island Holiday Package!

The Coral Cats in Nadi offers day cruises around the Mamanucas on a high-speed catamaran, with a stop at Malololailai.  Snorkelling gear and a barbecue lunch are included in the price.  This is a good option if you're looking for a smaller group tour.

Based at Stoney Creek Resort, in Nadi, Wacking Stick Adventure Tours rents good mountain bikes and sends you off with a map to explore the cane fields and the foothills of the Sabeto Mountains and Valley. It also offers good half- and full-day tours, including the Sleeping Giant Bike and Hike, which includes a visit to the Garden of the Sleeping Giant and a hot spring, a bike ride around the Sabeto area, and to a cave and a waterfall through the jungle. There are also half-day and sunset tours and for the really energetic, three- or five-day tours, which include all meals and accommodation.

This pocket-sized paradise is a must on any northern Viti Levu itinerary.  Beautifully hilly, the  island is surrounded by scalloped bays, white-sand beaches and mangroves and the rolling hills of grass dominate the interior.It's the atypical landscape with a small enclave of upmarket holiday homes Nananu-i-Ra is an excellent option for those who want an offshore-island experience, with minimal boating though the it is also renowned for windsurfing and diving.

If you are a keen walker or nature lover, the Koroyanitu National Heritage Park is definitely worth a visit. There are six villages within the park that cooperate as part of an ecotourism project. They maintain the landscape and tracks, and subsequently earn through tourist village stays and manning the office. An opportunity to mingle with the countryside village folks!Those who make the climb to the summit of Castle Rock, from Nase Lodge, will be rewarded with panoramic views of the Mamanucas and Yasawas. A marked track leads its way up and there is also a hike that takes in a waterfall and the terraced gardens at Tunutunu and the Navuratu village site. You may also take a full-day climb to Mt Koroya.

The Mamanucas are movie stars, Fiji's glittering jet set, forever photographed, and valued more for their natural beauty than any contribution they make to the national culture. Many of the islands take day-trippers from the mainland, who gorge themselves on buffets washed down with chilled Fiji Bitter, and sunbake on white sand beneath coconut palms. The ocean around the islands has some excellent dive sites and Fiji's gnarliest surf spots. The snorkelling here is generally fantastic with the clear waters offering fascinating windows into the undersea world. Judging from the night activities in most of the resorts, the Mamanucas are the horse-racing capital of Fiji Islands.  Enthrall yourselves on this Fiji Island Holiday Package!

One of Fiji's natural highlights, the Sigatoka Sand Dunes are these impressive ripples of peppery monoliths skirting the shoreline near the mouth of the Sigatoka River. Windblown and rugged, they stand majestically, across the entire stretch. The fine sand is a grey-brown colour and largely covered with vines and shrubs. These dunes have been forming over millions of years and archaeological excavations here have ancient uncovered pottery.

The Savusavu Yacht Club has a warm and amicable pub feel about it, with picnic tables by the waterside and a good place for a drink and to meet local expats. There's cold beer on tap and bar snacks, and meals can be ordered from the next-door Captain's Café. Tourists are considered temporary members.

KoroSun Dive in Savusavu is on the jetty opposite Koro Sun Resort, offering night-scuba -diving facilities..There are special rates for multiday diving and it also offers day trips to the Somosomo Strait or the Namena Marine Park near Namenalala in the Lomaiviti Group.

A voyage with Tui Tai Adventure Cruises in Savusavu is a fantastic way to see and do a lot in a short time.  Sailing between Vanua Levu, Taveuni and the more remote islands of Kioa, Koro and the Ringgolds, you would get to snorkel, kayak, bike, trek, swim, fish, dive or just lounge on deck to your heart's content. Captivating dolphins and,  if you are lucky,  majestic whales swimming alongside the boat, star-lit dinners on deck, and welcoming villagers you meet on out-of-the-way islands, all make it a great experience.  The snorkelling and diving sites are some of the world's best, and the newly refitted sailboat itself is gorgeous.  All accommodation is in cabins with private cloak rooms and a fully-equipped and satisfying meal experience, together on an exciting rendezvous!

For those looking to charter their own boat, SeaHawk Yacht Charters  at Savusavu, rents out a beautiful  yacht with captain and a cook and crew and you can go practically anywhere in Fiji and the crew can help you arrange activities such as diving. SeaHawk also offers cruises around Savusavu Bay, including full-day picnic cruises and a half-day sail and snorkel trips around the spectacular sunrise and sunset!

On your way back from Fiji, you could take a short halt at Dunedin, the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, and the principal city of the Otago Region.  The cityscape glitters with gems of Victorian and Edwardian architecture, the legacy of the city's gold-rush affluence. Many, including First Church, Otago Boys High School, and the Larnach Castle were designed by the most eminent architects.  Other prominent buildings include Olyeston and the Dunedin Railway Station. Some memorable buildings or constructions are Baldwin Street, claimed to be the world's steepest street, the Captain Cook tavern, Cadbury Chocolate Factory, Cadbury World and the local Speight’s brewery. The heart of the city lies on the relatively flat land to the west of the head of the Otago Harbour. Here is the Octagon, once a gully, and now to create the present plaza. Mount Cargill is at the extreme left and the Otago Peninsula is beyond the harbour to the centre.

Dunedin has several art galleries spread around,  the most   substantial being the Dunedin Public Art Gallery,  a notable art space,  The city also hosts the world's southernmost professional theatre company, The Fortune Theatre  as well as having a large theatre venue, the Regent Theatre in the Octagon.  Smaller theatres in Dunedin include the Globe Theatre, the Mayfair Theatre and the Playhouse Theatre, all of which have fascinating performances!  Dunedin is a regular venue for touring ballet and dance companies, and also has multiple dance studios. A fantasy comes true on the Fiji Island Holiday Package!

The Canterbury Plains are an area in New Zealand, centred to the south of the city of Christchurch in the Canterbury Region. The rivers of the Canterbury Plains have well-formed channels,and extremely rare fauna which is endemic to the plains.


Crafts, clothing, jewellery and house items are sold at reasonable prices and there are some shops selling high-quality work by local artisans, so a better place to head for a unique piece. Moreover, this is highly appreciative of the rare and novice skill of rural artisans around those islands. The Dolphin Arcade outlet of the Republic of Cappuccino holds a small but eclectic market on the third Sunday of every month.  Stalls feature homemade food, arts and crafts at reasonable prices. Head to the drapers for bargain-priced, beautifully made double-stitched lined saris tailor-made. They also sell traditional Fijian dressesand Western clothes. You could find galleries selling paintings, cards, freshwater pearl jewellery, sculptures and other works by local artists.

In Dunedin and other areas in New Zealand, there are plenty of shopping malls and galleries selling a trove of precious items designed and crafted by the local people, consisting of individual pieces of jewellery with reference to nature, icons and identity of  the city, made of precious metals, shells, fabrics,stone and found objects. Tourists may find some beautiful Maori designs and pounamu-greenstone jewellery   and  a huge variety of goods including clothes, pottery, leather work, handicrafts, kiwi t-shirts, lambswool rugs are also available  with cafes to give that `chill’ and live entertainment on weekends

There is a multiplicity of Fijian, Indian, Chinese and Italian cuisine in Fiji, besides seafood, salads, and fast food.Tourists may find restaurant housed in a gracious old timber cottage, called the Old Mill Cottaget in Suva, a renowned institution as the city's best spot for adventurous gastronomes to dabble in authentic Fijian fare. Exotic dishes including palusami (meat, onion and lolo wrapped in dalo leaves and baked in a lovo), curried shellfish, and seaweed or fish stewed in lolo assemble themselves underneath the front counter alongside Indian curries and vegetarian dishes. You can also dig into a traditional roast.Addicted inhabitants cram into the joint for lunch, parking themselves at tables on the front veranda or at the large booth seating inside. The spacious interior is filled with a pleasant cross-breeze. In Saffron Corner at Nadi, delicious curries served in one-meal-a-day portions display themselves under the counter at this corner diner. The ambience is a tad fast-food chain, though it is a good spot for a mountainous feed. Popular with travellers,the Curry House is an  atmospheric curry joint which is busy but deservedly so. Traditional Indian curries and side dishes are offered and you can dine air-con or alfresco, although the outside seating is right next to a busy intersection.

Dishing up good Western-style food and blessed with terrific harbour views, tourists could find eateries with glass frontage, an atmospheric place to dine. Salads, burgers, enchiladas, steak and fresh seafood dishes are served in generous quantities and the wine list is impressive. The Surrounds are glossy and polished, service is attentive and a Fijian Belafonte often taps the ivory in the background. The floating restaurant attached to Raffles Tradewinds hotel is one of the most scenic spots in Suva to dine. Lunch is the best time to enjoy the harbour views, when the glass windows surrounding the interior flood the room with light. Seafood and classy steak dishes feature highly on the dinner menu, but lunch is an economical and more relaxed affair. The burgers here are legendary. Elegant and devoid of pretension, Tiko's in Suva, serves excellent surf-and-turf fare, including New Zealand steak and fresh local fish (walu and pakapaka), on board a gracious cruising vessel. The wine list includes Grange Hermitage and the windowed walls bathe the place in amber at sunset.  The ambience is best enjoyed on calm nights.

The above outline gives you a broad reference to the culinary fare that may found across the various Fiji island avenues!

In Dunedin and other areas of New Zealand, there is a gamut of culinary spread to bring a `growl’ in your stomachs with an amazing variety on the menu, such as Vietnamese, Japanese, Malaysian, Chinese,Thai, Korean,Mexican, Wok, Sushi, Indonesian and Indian with some renowned classical restaurants  and also  authentic Indian food may be tasted  serving a buffet, takeaways  along with a bar range. There are mouth-watering main meals and vegetarian food, along with fast food centres serving pastas, pizzas, lasagne, sandwiches, burgers, croissants, Danish, pastries, sundaes, potato fries, milk shakes and cold coffee all over the country to answer that growling call!


Fiji has a warm tropical climate perfect for beachside holidays and is a key reason for the island’s reputation for being one of the worlds’s most sought after holiday destinations. The best months for holidaying in regards to the weather is end-March through to early- December, though recommended  throughout the year, for tourists to just laze and gaze in leisure and pleasure, even if confined to indoors for a short while, due to some weather blocks!  New Zealand has a mild and temperate maritime climate, with conditions varying sharply across regions from extremely wet on the west coast of the South Island.  Mostly, the southern and south-western parts of the South Island have a cooler and cloudier climate

This Fiji Island Holiday Package would surely leave you with several memorable moments to cherish, inviting your appetite to return back to this miraculous island again and again!