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- Entire guesthouse
Bure Vonu is boutique accommodation on the Coral Coast close to Sigatoka Town. We are a beach front property of one & half acres. The bure has a private entrance off Beach Rd & is fully self contained. We provide snorkelling gear/beach towels. We also do horse treks for experienced & inexperienced riders along the beach or through the mountains. We organise trips to the local horse races every Thursday. There are restaurants nearby & Cafe Planet, a very good coffee shop.
- Entire home
Luxury awaits you in this modern, newly constructed holiday home. Designed by one of Fijis most respected Architects, this one of a kind luxury villa features amazing views of the ocean and islands from every room in the house. Fully air conditioned and sleeping up to 7 guests, all 3 bedrooms have private ensuite and balconies. Full kitchen with modern, brand new appliances. Designed specifically as a holiday retreat, this home is a perfect place to relax and unwind with family and friends.
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Your guide to Fiji
All About Fiji
Fiji is an island nation located in the South Pacific, east of Australia. The majority of the population is located on the two main Fijian Islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Formed of over 500 islands, Fiji is a diverse and bountiful region with nature that has largely remained pristine. One of the island nation’s biggest draws is its incredible coral reefs and beaches, where you can snorkel, swim, and dive to experience the beauty of Fiji’s coast and oceans. Explore the islands’ culinary culture or go spelunking in limestone caves on Yasawa Island.
The particularly adventurous may enjoy trying to catch and cook their own mud crabs with help from local guides, or diving to reach caverns with petroglyphs. The offering of kava, a root, is part of a traditional gift-giving custom that most travelers are expected to partake in. This culture of community sharing, respect, and camaraderie is worth participating in for any trip to Fiji.
How do I get around Fiji?
The most convenient way to get to Fiji is by flying from Australia. Direct flights depart from Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne, while connecting flights operate out of most other airports. The majority of flights will land at Fiji’s Nadi International Airport (NAN). Private car transfers are available to resorts, but only operate at limited times of the day, and the duration of the trip varies depending on your final destination. Coach is a cheaper, alternative option with stops at many resort towns. Other islands can be reached via launch transfer, water taxi, or local ferry companies. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time between transfers, especially when they involve different means of transportation, such as from flight to boat.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Fiji?
The best months to consider house rentals in Fiji or an apartment in Fiji are February, March, June, October, and November, all of which constitute shoulder or off-peak seasons, when crowds have yet to arrive or have just departed. November to April is the off-peak season but also Fiji’s monsoon season. Yearly events you won’t want to miss include Holi, or the Festival of Colors, in February, where participants shower each other in rich colors. The World Music Festival in June is a celebration of international performance, bands, and music. Fiji Day, marking the independence of Fiji, and the start of a week of cultural festivals and events celebrating the nation’s diversity. Diwali, or the Festival of Lights in October, where locals and visitors enjoy light shows and traditional firecrackers in vibrant displays.
What are the top things to do in Fiji?
Located on the southwest side of Viti Levu, the Coral Coast is a stretch of pristine white sand beaches. Besides the hotels, resorts, and restaurants dotting the edge of the coastline, visitors can work up a good sweat by trying out the Ecotrax, a line of railtrack that offers visitors push carriages to explore Fiji’s lush landscape.
The Fiji Museum, located on Viti Levu, is a must-see attraction. Covering over 3,700 years of Fijian history, exhibits include cannibal forks, shell jewelry, Indian artwork, and more. The museum is easily accessible on foot as well, and features a gift shop with a wide variety of books, souvenirs, and more.
Garden of the Sleeping Giant
Located in the foothills of the Nausori Highlands is the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, a large garden featuring collections of many kinds of flowers, especially orchids. Once part of a private collection, the orchids in particular have flourished in Fiji’s climate. Guests can also experience a jungle walk through a lily pond and part of the local rainforest.