This island is south of Viti Levu
Labasa is located in Macuata Province, in the north-eastern part of the island of Vanua Levu, and is the largest town on the island.Labasa is generally an agricultural town, off the tourist track. Labasa now has a couple of good hotels to stay in (Takia/Travel Lodge and Grand Eastern Hotel). There is at least one good movie theatre and several good restaurants in the main street providing a range of local and Chinese flavours. There is a fairly large market towards the end of the town where one can buy and sample a range of foods, spices, fish, poultry, goats and other local products. A large taxi stand and a bus stop is also by the market. It also has some popular tourist spots while the people of Labasa are quite well known for their hospitality.
Group of many small islands in eastern Fiji.
Lautoka is the second largest city of Fiji. It is in the west of the island of Viti Levu, 24 kilometres north of Nadi, and is the second port of entry in Fiji, after Suva. Lying in the heart of Fiji's sugar cane growing region, it is known as the Sugar City.
Levuka is a town on the eastern coast of the Fijian island of Ovalau, in Lomaiviti Province, in the Eastern Division of Fiji. It was formerly the Capital of Fiji.Ovalau Island is a lush tropical volcanic island of about 100 square kilometers surrounded by large coral reefs. It is the main island of the Lomaiviti Group which is made up of the islands of Namena, Makogai, Koro, Wakaya, Batiki, Nairai, Gau and Ovalau. The islands are the peaks of deep-sea volcanoes that became extinct millions of years ago.
The central group of islands between Viti Levu and Lau Group.
A group of tiny islands west of Viti Levu.
Nadi (pronounced 'Nandi') is a transit point for other destinations in Fiji. It may not be such a great place to spend any time but you may find yourself here whilst awaiting ferries, boats to outer islands or planes to and from home.The upscale Denarau Island is just 5 km North West of Nadi, and is where you will find the region's luxury hotels and resorts. This is also where you will find Denarau Marina, your gateway to the beautiful island chains of the Mamanucas and Yasawas.
Nausori, dubbed "the Paradise of the Green" is one of the towns of Fiji.The town resides along the banks of Rewa river. You will enjoy fresh breeze from the river all day and see people from three districts as they find the lovely little town the center for their farm sales. Saturdays are busy days for Nausori.Places to visit include, Korovou town, Naq Kuti Mandir (temple), Bau Beach, and the Rewa Bridge. A rich Fijian tradition integrated with the colorful beauty of Hinduism flourishes Nausori and gives it all the warmth which resonates throughout Fiji.The best thing about Nausori is its natural beauty. You will be surely relaxed in Nausori.
Rakiraki is a district in Fiji's Ra Province. It is located about halfway between Suva and Nadi when travelling along the Kings Road, on the northern coast of Viti Levu, Fiji's largest island.
Remote dependency of Fiji, home to a different Polynesian ethnic group.
Savusavu is located on Fiji’s northern island of Vanua Levu. It can be reached by plane from Nadi (one hour) or by ferry from Suva or Lautoka (approx 12 hour trip).It’s famous for its hot springs, located mostly opposite the Hot Springs Hotel – although at low tide you can see the steam from numerous smaller outlets all along the foreshore.
Sigatoka (pronounced 'Singatoka') is the main market town and "capital" of Viti Levu's Coral Coast. Sigatoka itself is a bustling little town with a thriving market. Whilst there are shops catering to day trippers from the Coral Coast's resorts and hotels, there is no real tourist accommodation in the town itself, so it remains a very local town. Two or three 'super'markets around the market square, a busy bus station, small shops, hardware and farm supplies, vehicle parts and repairs, pharmacies and shoe shops, tailors and hairdressers and second hand clothes. Restaurants mostly cater to local trade - samosas, bara, curry, fish in lolo, chow mein and hot pies are amongst local staple.
Suva, the capital of Fiji, is on southeast coast of the "main island" of Fiji, Viti Levu. The Fiji School of Medicine and one of the three campuses of the University of the South Pacific are in Suva. Suva tends to be the major commercial and political centre of Fiji, which Nadi is the major tourist centre.
The third largest island, near Vanua Levu, with the 180th meridian cutting the island in half. It is the exclusive habitat of the Tagimoucia Flower.
The second largest island, surrounded by some smaller northern islands.
This is the largest and most important island of the country. It has most inhabitants, is the most economically developed and is home to the capital, Suva.