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Your home away from home is referred to as your Bure. Our traditional Fijian villas are separated by generous expanses and private beaches. An unrivaled private Fijian Island paradise awaits for you and your loved one.

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Scuba dive, horseback ride on a beautiful beach, have a soothing “Lomi-Lomi” massage or just relax on your private beach, how you spend your days in paradise is up to you.

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For the perfect holiday, choose from affordable accommodation all the way through to exclusive 5 star resorts, bunk down in a hostel or book an island to yourself. Famous for its soft coral diving, white sand beaches and pristine natural environment Fiji is a leader in eco-tourism. For business travel there is no better place halfway between North America and Asia. Weddings and honeymoons in Fiji are a dream of a lifetime, and families and children have a special place here.

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  The Fijians are pretty easy-going, but if you are invited into a village, wear modest clothing and take off your hat (wearing one is an insult to the chief) when in the village. Leave your shoes outside the door when entering a home and keep in mind that it's also insulting to touch someone's head - which can be tempting when you are surrounded by wide-eyed, smiling children. If you are invited to drink kava, don't ask, just enjoy the ritual and the tumb noungue, sorry - the numb tongue. When visiting a village, it is customary to present a gift of kava, which is also known as 'yaqona'. The gift, (a "sevusevu"), will cost less than F$20 for a half kilo. If you are accompanied by a guide, he/she will look after that. The sevusevu is presented to the traditional head of the village ("Turaga Ni koro"). After it's been pounded into powder and mixed with water, it is usually served in the head person's house.
Fiji is famous for their seafood. Their fish, prawn, lobster and cray cuisines are a culinary creator's dream. If you have the chance, try the KOKODA (pron: CORE-CONDAA). It is fresh fish marinated in freshly squeezed lemon or lime juice and left to "cook" for several hours. Freshly scraped and squeezed coconut milk is added after it is "cooked" together with finely diced tomatoes, spring onions, chillies and with salt and pepper added to tantalise your tastebuds. It is left in the fridge for an hour or two then served as an entrée.
Traditional Fijian food is a wonderful amalgam of fresh, local ingredients found in the tropics and the traditional preparations and cooking methods passed down the generations. Coconut, fish, rice, taro, sweet potatoes, cassava and breadfruit are the main components in local Fijian dishes.
  The Fiji Islands are speckled with restaurants that serve traditional fare. Some noteworthy restaurants for local Fiji cuisine are Riley’s Restaurant in Suva, Makuluva Delights on Coast Road in Waiyevo and Bounty’s Bar and Restaurant in Nadi, whose specialty is palusami, which is fish or pork steamed with coconut milk and taro leaves. Old Mill Cottage Café in Suva is a popular spot among expats.
  As a significant portion of Fiji’s population is of Indian origin, Fiji’s cuisine also includes traditional Indian cooking. Suva’s metropolitan area has a host of choices for delicious, affordable Indian food, such as Maya’s Dhaba, which is famous for its wide array of Indian cooking – from Madrasi masala dosa to Punjabi tandoori chicken – and Curry House on Waimanu Road, which offers an all-you-can-eat vegetarian thali lunch. A favorite amongst locals is Tata’s Restaurant, an open-porch restaurant located in Nadi, across the street from an Indian temple.


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With pristine white beaches and crystal clear warm waters, one can only imagine the host of watersports available in and around Suva, Fiji. Venture to Bega Divers Fiji, a short drive outside the city and a team of experts can take you diving in the Bega Lagoon. For those yearning to catch the big waves, there is a surf break near the Suva lighthouse. Sailing is also a popular activity in Suva, with the Royal Suva Yacht Club located in Suva Harbor at Korovou

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