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Ultimate Snorkel with Sharks Encounter in Fiji
"Boarding from Port Denarau cruise past the picturesque Mamanuca Islands enroute to the stunning and more isolated Yasawa Islands. You’ll disembark at picture perfect Kuata Island characterised by its friendly hospitality superb location warm waters and snorkelling with reef sharks.Following your safety briefing on Kuata Island beachfront you’ll board a boat along with your guides and travel to our amazing reef site. This is the best location to experience an incredible thrill – snorkelling with Reef Sharks. Get up close and personal with these magnificent ‘ocean predators’ in their home the ‘Ultimate Encounters’ experience is the easiest and most exciting way to snorkel with sharks in their natural environment. Snorkel and stay on the surface to observe these graceful creatures from above or get closer
From FJD314.00
 
Beachcomber Island Day Cruise
"Cruise through the stunning Mamanuca Islands to Beachcomber Island only 45 minute from Denarau Marina. Situated in a tranquil Marine Sanctuary in the beautiful Mamanuca Islands this island paradise has a lot to offer; from Fijian craft lessons to coral viewing in a glass bottom boat where you may get the chance to feed """Cruise through the spectacular Mamanuca Islands to one of the most popular destinations in Fiji. You will spend the day exploring relaxing and having fun on Beachcomber Island on this full day small group adventure. Immerse yourself in an island paradise and fill your day with endless activities or simply unwind and do nothing at all."
From FJD199.00
 
7-Day Yasawa Islands Adventure
"DAY 1 & 2 Port Denarau – Southern Yasawa Islands (BLD)Depart Port Denarau and join fellow travelers cruising on board ‘Yasawa Flyer’ to the southernmost islands of the chain which are dominated by stunning monolithic mountains. Activities vary with each property but they all have a great range of reef snorkeling guided kayaking and swimming with the sharks or manta rays. Overnight: Budget: Wayalailai or Naqalia; Standard: Wayalailai or Barefoot Kuata* DAY 3 & 4 Central Yasawa Islands (BLD) Mid morning transfer to your next dose of paradise. White Sandy and Korovou share the same beach and beautiful bay and sit just a short walk from each other.  All 3 resorts will make you feel at home and will share with you their Fij
From FJD1,540.00

More Local Customs in Nadi

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English is spoken everywhere

For most tourists it will be good to know that english is spoken all over the Fiji-islands and besides Hindustani and Fiji english is also one of the 3 official languages of the Fiji-islands. The...
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Watch out for the Fiji-kilt

The Fiji-kilt is part of the national costume and so you might see men wearing a kilt all over the Fiji-islands. Here in my first 2 pictures it is the porter of a large hotel next to Port Denarau who...
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BULA, BULA !

BULA, BULA ! or simply BULA ! is something you will hear a lot of times, when walking around Nadi. "Bula" is the local word for "hello, how are you?" and you will hear it all over the Fiji-islands and...
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Local Money & the Post-office

The Fiji Islands have their own currency: the Fiji-Dollar ! In the front you will see Queen Elizabeth II and in the backside some interesting local design !The souvenirshops in Port Denerau might also...
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Kava or Noni

Kava is the Fijian version of soft drug. It is popular at home and at the same time it has not been outlawed by the overseas public so consumption is safe. The taste is an acquired one and the ritual...
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Modest dress

You will see many men in Fiji wearing sulas ( skirts below the knees). Most Indian women cover up in long saris. Fijian womem usually wear long dresses or skirts. This is a big difference than back...
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Noisy birds

You will see sugar cane growing all around Fiji. The hot,dry climate is well suited for growing it here. You will also see many Fiji Indians, most of which are descendents of fourth generation...
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Preparing kava

To prepare kava: 1. Take the roots from the pepperplant. 2. Clean it. 3. Crush it untill it turns into powder. 4. Put the kavapowder in a fine towel and poor some water in the towel while kneading. 5....
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Drinking some kava

Kava is a local medicine drink that is offered to guests when entering a traditional village..It is used in the welcoming ceremony.It is made from the roots of the pepperplant and it has an earthy...
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Preparing kava

You can buy kava in specialist stores and buy it in kilos. You will need to bring at least half a kilo with you when visiting a traditional village.
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Top Hotels in Nadi

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P.O. Box 9081, Denarau Island North, Denarau Island, Viti Levu, Fiji
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Natadola Beach, Natadola, , Fiji
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Denarau Island, Viti Levu, Fiji
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Queens Rd, Viti Levu, Fiji
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Nadi, Beachfront, Denarau Island, Viti Levu, Fiji
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Po Box 9761 Denarau Island, Nadi, Fiji
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Things to Do Near Nadi

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Fiji National Museum

We were very disappointed to find this museum closed during a day of the week when it should be open. It apparently was under some renovation and yellow tape was used to keep visitors away. The...
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The Sand Dunes

To get to the Sand Dunes, the first designated Natural Park in Fiji (It is included in the Indicative List of UNESCO), you can walk half an hour from Sigatoka (at just 3 kilometers distance), or take...
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Port Denarau

In the port of Port Denarau you will find a lot of shops around a small square, where you will be able to see various folk-dances of the local people ! This happens of course mainly when big ships...
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"Port Denarau is the port of Nadi"
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grets

"Nadi"
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kyoub

"Warm greetings"
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RedEaredPanda

"Bula!!!!!!!"
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"Nadi"
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