Fiji Nightlife

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    Warwick Hotel
    by Jim_Eliason
  • Warwick Hotel
    Warwick Hotel
    by Jim_Eliason
  • Warwick Hotel
    Warwick Hotel
    by Jim_Eliason

Fiji Nightlife

  • Captain's Cocktail Party

    The first night, the captain invites us to a cocktail party.The champagne never stops flowing and Tui (the third cook) plays guitar for us all to have a sing-song, whilst tasty little snacks are brought round. It really has set the mood for the rest of the evening (hopefully for the rest of the cruise). Casual, this is not a cruise where you need...

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  • Sing song

    The crew very much join in the festivities of this cruise, they seem to get as much pleasure from it as we do. They all sing or play an instrument, and sit out on deck strumming and humming in the evening. We try to join in the sing-song after dinner, we don't know any of the songs, so we go to bed instead.

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  • The Best In The West

    According to the locals, Planters nightclub is the best in the west of Fiji. It's tiny, and more like a bar (compared to Australian standards). But it's supposed to be more classy than most of the other clubs in the Nadi area. The main party night are Friday and Saturday. They make some nice cocktails.It has a mixture of locals and tourists.If...

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  • Local Bar/Pub

    Ed's Bar is more of a pub than a bar, and it's where the young locals hang out. Weekdays are usually quiet, and things liven up a little more on Friday and Saturday nights. I went on a Friday night and had to pay for entry, but it included a free drink so it wasn't expensive. You can wear whatever you want.

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  • Irish bar that's really not that Irish

    This is supposed to be an Irish pub - although there is nothing too Irish about it, besides the name. They have big screens for sports and then whent he sports are over it becomes a nightclub. Good mucis and dancing. Nice dress required.

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  • Island bar!

    If you can get to Beachcomber Island for the night (or longer) the bar there is great.Beachcomber has a traditional type band playing, as well as a sound system. - Make sure that you take part in the famous bula dance if you can! You can wear just about anything, but no shoes are needed as it is a sand bar.

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  • On-board party

    Back on board the ship, we continue to party with the crew until the wee hours in the morning. In fact we were the last in the bar that night, as all the other nights. What party animals we were!

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  • Beachside party

    After dinner we were to have a singing competition: each nation against the others. The Germans (the majority of the cruise passengers) took it all very seriously, whereas we'd made a big joke of it all, singing Old MacDonald had a farm, bringing out the bungy jumping sheep and tying knotted handkerchiefs on our heads. All good fun.We had trouble...

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  • Take it all in, next week it's back to...

    Every eveing before dinner we were served cocktails and some small snacks. The second night dinner was a buffet at 19.30 - Fiji time - which meant that it was waaayyyy later, and by the time we actually got some food, we were all well sozzled! The weather was beautiful all throughout the cruise, which also meant that we had some lovely sunsets. One...

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  • Immersing yourself in the local...

    After dinner, the captain (shown on the left of the photograph, in pink) and some of the crew, would fill a bowl of kava which they'd share with anybody who was interested. Most people took a mouthful or two just to try it, but I managed to drown eleven bowl of this slighly narcotic beverage. I was a little concerned about the amount of local...

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  • Night life in the Yasawas

    Beachcomber is very well known with Fiji travelers as the place to be. It is a very small island with a large dorm and wonderful buffet meals. The cost is a bit above average, at $F75 per night for a dorm, but it is well worth it for a couple nights. But be sure and reserve at least 2 weeks ahead during the busy times.

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  • A few drinks on a week night.

    We went out to the Wolfhound for a few drinks on a week-night. Things are much quieter during the week there. There are TV's with sports and pool table's if you're interested.

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  • Blue Lagoon Cruise

    After being taken over the Island we had entertainment and this meal and finally back to the boat for the night.

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  • Blue Lagoon Cruise

    Cooked the way we like it. in New Zealand we are used to a "hangi" the way Maori cook food in the ground, this was cooked in a similar fashion.

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  • Blue Lagoon Cruise

    Fijians are a warm, fun group of people, this was part of the activities including our evening meal.

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  • Traps and Wolfhound in Suva

    We went out a couple of nights to some of the popular night spots in Suva. My friends I was with are from there so that was cool. We spent some time at a place called Traps and another place called Wolfhound which is attached to the Bad Dog Cafe. It was a nice bar to stop by for a few drinks and there are tv's and pool tables. Traps is more dance...

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  • Firewalking

    After the fire has been going most of the days the top layer is removed and the stones are turned, exposing the now red hot coals.

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  • The Treasure Island Strings...

    The Treasure Island Strings (on the resort island) were not all that great, kind of a 'family reunion' type fun but overall, very sweet. Very few people from the U.S. were on the island and in Fiji in general because three months prior there was a military coup. I believe shoes were required.

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  • If you want some fun and meet...

    If you want some fun and meet a lot of tourists go to Beachcomber. But you will never have a good Kava setion with Fijian poeple there.It's good fun to have a nice party in such a scenery. The corals are beautiful and very close to the beach.For each meal you have a big choice of food on the buffet. Try everything, it's exellent !

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  • The Sand Bar, Beachcomber...

    The Sand Bar, Beachcomber Island.Everynight a live band. The picture is of the Bula Dance. The band encourages everyone to get on the dance floor for this beachcomber speciality. Give it a try. It's good fun and easy to learn.

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  • The Sand Bar

    This place is unique. Its called the Sand Bar because the floor is sand. No shoes needed here. They have a live band every night and everyone has to have a go at the Bula Dance. Best things to wear are Bikinis, Shorts, or T Shirts -No collar, tie or jacket required and would be out of place anyway.

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  • It was my 19th Birthday while...

    It was my 19th Birthday while I was out there, so one of the girls from the village (who was always hassling me for ciggarettes) came with me into Suva. There are quite a few bars (the names of which escape me at the moment) full of tourists and some locals.

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