Monday, 3 August 2015

Revel in the Entrancing Fiji and That Too Without the Crowds

Taveuni, Fiji; Picture courtesy -

Despite the fact that Fiji has been tempting the vacationers from across the globe ,with its rich resorts, pool-side bars and hammocks dotted all over palm-flanked shorelines, it's amazingly conveniently to get off the beaten track in Fiji. You can ditch the crowds in many parts of the nation including the island Viti Levu. There is sufficient room to cherish the unruffled ecstasies, but you ought to be willing to go past Denarau.


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 Houses, Taveuni; Picture courtesy -

Perhaps the most prominent of the islands in this list, Taveuni has its resorts amassed at the north; however the island still feels unpleasant and abandoned because of the presence of  Bouma National Heritage Park that acquires 80% of the exotic rainforest area. Take the Lavena Coastal Walk along the wild southeast drift, hike 1195m-high Des Voeux Peak searching for Fiji's national flower, the dark red Tagimaucia or visit the rustic towns around the island where you'll likely be invited into the homes of the friendly locals.

The Kadavu Group

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 Great Astrolabe Reef; Picture courtesy -

 Tiliva Resort, Kadavu; Fiji; Picture courtesy - 

 Oneta Resort, Ono; Picture courtesy - 

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Kadavo and Ono are two rainforest shrouded, warm isles which have got virtually no streets. They are encircled by Astrolable Reef, and are home to the nation’s best diving and fishing spots. However they are less crowded because of their remoteness. There are few resorts which are secluded and accessing them through a voyage appears like an immaculate incarnation of paradise. To get acquainted with the near-by regions you are suggested to stay in one of them, else your excursions will give you a hard time. Walk around old towns and spot numerous uncommon types of birds which flourish here or simply resort to snorkeling to explore the fascinating marine wildlife.

Vanua Levu

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 Wasavulu; Rabasa; Picture courtesy -

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Nukubati, Namenalala; Picture courtesy -

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Fiji's biggest island shows strong resemblance to Wild West. There is fair number of resorts around Yachties, most adored town - Savusavu, yet most parts of the island requires a 4WD and an unquenchable thirst for exploration. The heart of the island is dotted by the ruins of Nukubolu, an old town speckled with old stone foundations, a volcanic crater and hot springs. On the other reach out to the island's primary town, Labasa, whose economy runs on the sugar industry. On the off chance that this doesn't quench your thirst, head to Vanua Levu's secluded islands like Namenalala, which has one eco-resort and has presumably the most sublime coral reefs in the whole country.

Courtesy - TraveleZe

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