the elderly and government welfare recipients are given a 20% discount on their taxi fares. inter-island ferries provide services between fiji's principal islands and large vessels operate roll-on-roll-off services, transporting vehicles and large amounts of cargo between the main island of viti levu and vanua levu, and other smaller islands.
"hms bounty" survival-at-sea saga recreated. the boat will head west to fiji, vanuatu, and then to restoration island, before sailing north inside australia's great barrier reef to thursday
fijian mahogany is a brazilian timber that is grown at plantations on the island of fiji. it is a beautiful and dense hardwood with a close, straight grain. its tightly woven grain makes it highly resistant to splintering and, like merbau, it is also exceptionally resistant to moisture, decay and insect infestation.
i haven't done much eating on iop, but i would recommend sea island for brunch (be prepared for a wait and they are cash only), boathouse on breach inlet (pricey but great views off the deck, might work for date night) and huck's lowcountry table (food focuses on fresh & local with a spectacular view of the ocean .would work for date night or they are open for lunch and are casual enough to
no fiji island resort is complete without that stunning fijian sunset view! located on the leeward side of the island and facing directly west our sunset plunge pool suites offer stunning views of the lagoon as well as the perfect setting to watch the sun sink into vast south pacific ocean.
sheraton resort & spa, tokoriki island, fiji sits directly on the beach, with direct access to the breathtaking crystalline waters and one-of-a-kind views. coral reef winner of tripadvisor's 2019 traveler's choice award, sheraton resort & spa, tokoriki island, fiji is an ideal oasis in the mamanucas for a romantic getaway or a family vacation.
the cathay hotel is centrally located near the heart of fiji s second largest city, lautoka. the range of budget accommodation offered has made it popular with both local business people and international travellers on their way to/from the outer islands.