Viti Levu is the largest island in what makes up the Fiji Islands and the archipelago. The island of Viti Levu Fiji has diverse terrain from rich river valleys found in the Sigatoka Valley to sugar fields on the western and northern coasts. Along with the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean, Viti Levu offers blue lagoon, various industries, and of course a vacation in paradise.
Viti Levu travel has many things for you to see and do while you are vacation including touring villages and towns, staying in an offshore resort, and an exciting nightlife full of song and dance.
Once you arrive on Viti Levu Fiji at Nadi International
Airport you will more than likely be ready to search for
accommodations and then have a snack after your long flight.
Nadi is home to several wonderful lodging options along
with an array of restaurants with all kinds of cuisine
Leaving Nadi heading north you will find Lautoka. Lautoka is the second largest city on Viti Levu Island along with being the second port of entry. Here you will find wonderful classy resorts to make your Viti Levu vacation fit for a king or queen, not to mention the green fields of sugar cane.
Viti Levu travel to the southeastern coast will land
you in Suva, which is the capital
of the Fiji Islands. Suva is of course the main business
and government hub along with being the center of many cultural events and activities.
While on your Viti Levu vacation, the best way to see
all there is to see and do is by either taking tours,
buses, or renting a car and driving around the perimeter of the entire Viti Levu
Island. The majority of the roads found around Viti Levu
Fiji are pretty good however; in some areas, the roads
may be a bit bumpy and not as well maintained especially
in remote areas. You may hear that Viti Levu travel will
have you making it all the way around Viti Levu in one
day, but if you try this feat you will miss not only the
magnificent scenery but also you will be driving like
mad. To enjoy your Viti Levu vacation you need to take
it slow, see all the attractions, and of course mingle
with the locals that might let you in on some of the legends
around Viti Levu Island.
Many visitors to Viti Levu Island stay in Nadi and begin each day from here unless they desire to travel
around the island, which is a good two trip. No matter
where you stay, you can still use Nadi as a beginning
point for many of the wonderful adventures that await
your Viti Levu vacation.
While on your vacation on Viti Levu Island there are
a few things you will want to do that will give you wonderful
memories to take home such as: From Nadi, you can enjoy
a day-long trip to Nausori Highlands or the Mamanuca
Islands. In Lautoka, visit the Garden
of the Sleeping Giant or head over the offshore resort
in the Mamanuca Islands. In Rakiraki, view the unspoiled
landscape and take a boat to Nananu-i-Ra, which is a resort
island with affordable rates. In Suva, you will enjoy
the Fiji Museum, all the
unique clubs, and traditional Fijian foods. Do not forget
to check out the Cultural Center at Pacific Harbor. Sigatoka
is the best location for a picnic on the beach with the
main attraction in the area being the Sigatoka Sand Dunes.