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    If Fiji is your direct and only destination on your trip, pack only T-shirts, shorts, flip-flop, swimmers and a light sweater for nights. The weather is tropical. My next best tip for you is to pack insect repellent - keeps you sane and have restful nights. over 10 years ago

    Answered by Michael Ow via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Fiji is awesome, other than the main towns of Suva - not much touristy things to do. Nadi - hang out at the waterfront at port denarau. if you get a chance try and get to one of the islands, the experience is different from just being on the mainland.

    If you are into community service there are a few programs where you donate your time into helping build villages for the locals and in return you get to spend some quality time with them, take part in their festivals and feel good about yourself! over 10 years ago

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    Try some of the smaller islands. We had a grand time at Waisalima Beach Resort on Kadavu. They have camping and hostel-like accommodations, plus real bungalows. It cost us as much for 2 days in Nadi as for a week with scuba diving on Kadavu. We had a more authentic Fiji experience there than in Nadi. over 9 years ago

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    Spend a few days on Ovalau! This is a fabulous little island. Levuka is not to be missed. over 9 years ago

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    I agree with David R - Levuka, the old colonial capital of Fiji, is an authentic Fiji experience. We stayed at the Levuka Homestay for a week and did a couple of tours with Nox - wonderful! over 9 years ago

    Answered by Ms Poiesis via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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