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Price and Availability Index in Fiji
Holiday Letting Price Information in Fiji
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. Prices reach their highest point in November, where prices are an average of $110 a night (02/11 - 09/11). In December (22/12 - 29/12), prices will hit an average low of $71 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Fiji
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Fiji. In a week of December (22/12 - 29/12), 31% of the holiday homes are booked. People tend to travel less to Fiji during a week in August (31/08 - 07/09) when only 9% of the rentals are booked.
Look Forward to Beach Adventures at Holiday Cottages in Fiji
Located in the South Pacific and blessed with over 300 tropical islands, Fiji is a gorgeous island holiday destination filled with spectacular natural landscapes and some of the most welcoming people in the world. Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, Fiji's two major islands, are home to most of the country's population.
Suva, on Viti Levu, is the country's capital and largest city. Famed for its luxurious spas, outdoor adventures and culinary hotspots, Fiji promises relaxing holidays amid a unique tropical environment and fascinating marine life.
There are plenty of ways to enjoy the water in Fiji: go swimming, diving, snorkelling, or sailing, or just dip your feet in the water as you relax on the pristine beaches. If you book a self-catering holiday letting in Fiji, you'll have all the activities and attractions the island has to offer at your doorstep.
Cuisine to try in Fiji
Fiji is filled with a wide range of internationally inspired dining choices, from Mexican to Japanese to French à la carte to American fast food. A must try while in Fiji is traditional lovo. Customarily prepared during weddings or festivals, the dish features tender meats, tasty root crops and coconut-infused greens cooked in an earth oven.
Surf and Turf, one of the ritziest restaurants in Fiji, serves meals on a deck next to the gleaming water. While there's plenty of seafood and steak – as suggested by the venue's name – you can also try pasta and curries here.
Of course, no holiday to Fiji would be complete without trying the national drink, kava. Dried roots of the kava plant are pounded and mixed with fresh rainwater and served in a coconut shell cup, or bilo. Kava drinking is Fiji's most famous social ritual and fun for everyone. Be sure to also try Fijian delicacies such as tangy kokoda (fish prepared in coconut cream) and duruka (Fijian asparagus cooked with coconut water).
Experience the culture of Fiji
A unique blend of cultures is found throughout Fiji, in every aspect of daily life – in its food, rituals, festivals, and art. Fijian culture has evolved over the years with the introduction of various populations, including Indian, Chinese, European, and other Pacific cultures.
Find out about island's historical and cultural roots at the Fiji Museum in Suva’s Thurston Gardens. The museum's artefacts, which date back to as far as 3,700 years ago, include numerous objects from indigenous Fijian cultures as well as other communities that have settled in the area.
Visit Nakabuta Pottery Village, where you'll learn about the prehistoric Lapita culture and how locals make their signature pottery. Momi Battery Historic Park, which played an important role in protecting Fiji during the Second World War, is also worth checking out.
Attractions and activities in Fiji
Colo-I-Suva Forest Park is buzzing with life. The lush vistas and natural pools of the forest will surely be among the most delightful sights you've ever experienced. Spectacular coral gardens, incredible swim-throughs, beautiful reef walls and a variety of marine species such as manta rays and sharks are just a few of the things you're likely to see in the Yasawa Islands.
Koroyanitu National Heritage Park is also worth seeing. A two-hour hike takes you through spectacular gardens and a waterfall, offering panoramas of Monuriki Island (where Cast Away was filmed) and the Yasawa Islands.
If you feel adventurous, you'll be rewarded with gorgeous coral gardens, beautiful turtles, and manta rays when you dive near the Great Astrolabe Reef by the tiny island of Kadavu. You could also stop in at picturesque Beachcomber Island, famed as Fiji's party hotspot, to relax and have fun.
Festivals to enjoy in Fiji
Fiji plays an important part in Pacific music culture. The World Music Festival, an annual music festival held in the city of Suva, draws local and international bands to showcase their musical talents.
Held in both Prince Charles Park and Koroivolu Park, Bula Festival is a celebration of Fiji's culture and heritage. The week-long festival is filled with food, competitions, music, parades, and other exciting events. At the end of the event, a local woman gets crowned as Miss Bula.
The Fiji International Jazz and Blues Festival, a three-day music festival held at Port Denarau, brings together local and overseas jazz and blues artists. The festival's sounds and sights are unmatched.
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