Principal Cities in Fiji
Capital and biggest city of Fiji
Second largest city and center for sugarcane plantations.
Third biggest city in Fiji and major tourism destination.
Fourth biggest city in Fiji, with ancient archaeological site from the 13th century.
Old capital of Fiji, with many heritage sites.
Tourist Attractions of Fiji
Forest national park established in 1872 where you get to experience the nature in Fiji.
- Mamanuca Highlands
Panoramic vista awaits those who trek up to the highest point on Mamanuca Island.
- Sabeto Hot Springs
Natural hot springs where you can also take a mud bath.
- Sawa-i-Lau Caves
Limestone caves on Sawa-i-Lau island, with subterranean river.
- Sigatoka Sand Dunes
Located at the mouth of the Sigatoka River on Viti Levu, these are dunes created by erosion covering some 650 hectares.
- Sigatoka Valley
Scenic valley where you can discover traditional life in Fiji, buy traditional handicrafts and pottery.
- Takalana Dolphins
Beach some 35 km northwest of Korovou where 30 to 40 dolphins visit early every morning.
- Vatuwiri Plantation
A huge coconut plantation established in 1871 and covering over 1,500 acres, where you can also find ruins of the ancient Baudua village, a volcanic crater and experience farm life in Fiji.