The Fiji’s Bligh Waters area is the perfect place for seeking variety, abundance and biodiversity. Situated in the middle of the Fiji map to the north of Nadi, this area was named after the famous sea captain Bligh Water. Rakiraki, an old Colonial township on the northern tip of Fiji’s main island is home to some of Fiji’s best-kept secrets and a trip to this area cannot be completed without a visit to Naigani Island, a dream come true with its beautiful tropical surroundings, turquoise lagoons and palm fringed white sandy beaches.
A brief but scenic flight from Nadi or Suva lays the friendly Northern Fiji. Fiji’s second to fourth largest islands, Vanua Levu, Taveuni and Qamea are only an hour away from Viti Levu and are the ideal spot for a Fiji honeymoon offering seclusion, breathtaking sceneries and a warm Fijian hospitality.
Pacific Harbour, known as the adventure capital of Fiji is only a 2.5 to 3 hours’ drive from Nadi international airport. Action and adventure is why many people visit the area and it is where you can experience a dive with up to eight different species of sharks.
The beautiful islands of the Mamanucas and the Yasawa group are the most established resorts areas in Fiji. The Mamanucas provide a stunning array of activities as well as stunning white sandy beach sceneries. The Yasawa group is more grand in stature but less commercialised making them popular with backpackers and those looking to get away from it all. The Mamanucas are made up of tiny coral atolls and small volcanic islands all within sight of each other merging into the Yasawa islands.
Kadavu is one of the largest islands of the Kadavu Group and home to the “Great Astrolabe Reef”. Just like most islands in Fiji, Kadavu is an off the beaten track island, rugged by mountainous terrain coupled with pristine beaches and secluded bays making it the perfect holiday destination for those looking to experience the true Fijian culture.