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Explore rainforests and temples near your Fiji vacation home
Your Fiji hut offers you some of the world's lushest natural environments and iridescent culture. You'll find bright temples and ruined fortresses near volcanoes around your Fiji accommodation. Gorge yourself on superlative seafood and steak as you look out on the turquoise sea, or bathe in a natural pool in the middle of a rainforest – it's up to you.
Dine on the freshest Fijian foods
Head to the bustling Suva Municipal Market for colorful, photo-ready scenes of Fijian natives pushing barrows loaded with produce. Jackfruit, cassava, and yams are among the plenitude of delightfully fresh fruit and vegetables on offer here. Grab fresh pineapple juice, chillis, and gourds, and you're ready to go for a seaside picnic. The ritziest restaurant in the region is Surf and Turf, where meals are served on a deck overlooking the gleaming water. While steaks and seafood dishes are yours to enjoy, there is also an abundance of pastas and curries on the menu. Wash it down with sublime wine and follow with the homemade ice cream.
Temples and history tours
Electric colors overwhelm the senses at the Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple. Traditional Dravidian architecture is rare in India, and the frescoes that adorn this temple are certainly worth seeing. Tours offer you more insight into the remarkable interior, which boasts a wealth of treasures such as carvings of gods and offerings from pilgims.
Find out about Fiji's cultural and historical roots at the Fiji Museum, which takes you on a chronological tour that includes Fiji's last double-hulled canoe, the huge “Ratu Finau Tui Nayau,” which dates from 1913. You'll learn about the influence of the South Pacific and Europe on the island's culture in an impressive gallery. Next, wander through the Thurston Gardens' spectacular emerald glens. The original village of Suva once stood on this site, which is ideal for picnics.
Rainforests and remote ruins
Colo-I-Suva Forest Park buzzes and twitters with life. The natural pools and lush vistas of forest will surely be among the most beautiful sights you've experienced. Waisila Creek meanders through the forest in rivulets and waterfalls, whose rush augments the harmonious sound of birds. Look out for scarlet robins, Fiji goshawks, and barking pigeons among the infinite species that call the rainforest home.
Koroyanitu National Heritage Park is also well worth a visit. Six villages comprise the self-sufficient compound, and close by, visitors are rewarded with panoramas of the Yasawas and Mamanucas. A two-hour hike takes you to a waterfall, spectacular gardens, and the remote Navuratu village. See the ruined village on Mount Koroyanitu after a day's hike through this serene landscape.
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