About the only sand break that I have heard of in Fiji is located near Sigatoka out from the sand dunes. There is a good surf camp called CLUB MASA located just in front of the break. You can stay in the dorm with 2 meals a day for $F28 per day. They even rent boards for $F10 per day. You can also do some sand surfing on the steep dunes.
Diving trips are probably organised from most resorts. We went from the Wayasewa island. It's good, beautiful and very affordable. No long boat rides to get to a nice site. We got to see an amazing cave system just 10 minutes away from the (budget) resort.
Equipment: You can hire gear on the spot. 2 dives costs about 45/55 USD all included.
We dove nearly every day. The water was warm enough for a shorty and the fish were plentiful. My favorite dives were Magic Passage and Magic...something else, the name I can't remember. One was a drift dive. They were next to each other on the more pristine outer reef. GORGEOUS. You could see 30 feet down to the sandy bottom. To see the waves breaking on the reef in the middle of the ocean was awe inspiring.
Equipment: The water was warm enough to wear a shorty but I wore my dive skin too, to protect from stingy ocean-dwellers and sunburn. The resort provided all scuba equipment we didn't bring (we brought our regs and BCD's from home.) We also bought disposable underwater cameras in the U.S (cheaper that way.)
Kayaking in the mountains of Viti Levu (the main island of Fiji) was one of the highlights of my trip!
Equipment: Swimwear and good river shoes in case you fall out of your kayak.
this is a pic of my waka ama team (outrigger canoeing) U19 junior girls in Fiji.
We took out the gold medal in the 1500m race.
What a wonderful place to go on holidays with young children. The staff are so happy and love...more
Toberua Island Tailevu, P.O. Box 3332, Toberua Island, Fiji
Good for: Business
P.O. Box 244, Savusavu, Fiji
Good for: Solo
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