Vacation Rentals in Fiji

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Looking for affordable, exotic Fiji Island vacation rentals? Well, they are well within reach.

The beaches, the coral, the marine life, great terrestrial flora and fauna, the warmth of the people, and fun water sports all draw vacationers to Fiji. You could actually take a small plane to travel between the Fiji vacation rentals listed here

Fiji Outdoor Recreation

There are so many pleasant recreational opportunities in the Fiji Islands. All over, diving is wildly popular, with a large variety of soft coral to explore and a wealth of underwater creatures upon which to gaze. Fijians love golf, and several of the 18-hole golf courses were designed for the Colonial Sugar Refining Company recreational program. Approximately 80 species of birds can be seen around the Fiji Islands, 70 of which are indigenous to Fiji. Kayak trips are available from several of the island groups, and what great surf breaks are found around Fiji! Of course, hiking brings vacationers to great landscapes. Fiji Island vacation rentals are a must for outdoor enthusiasts!

Fiji Vacation Spots

The island of Kadavu is sought after by divers with a love of underwater biodiversity. Those interested in bird watching can see the Kadavu parrot in its protected habitat. With tall mountains and cliffs, hiking can be plenty of fun. Kadavu does not have many roads, so water taxis can be your transportation while on vacation here.

Conventional resorts are an important aspect of the Mamanuca island group, and the beaches are fabulous. If backpacking is of interest, several islands can accommodate. Divers can be assured of excellent conditions, as well as other vacationers, since the weather on these islands is of prime quality. Windsurfing and swimming are other activities highly practiced in the Mamanucas.

Keeping vacationers very busy is Nadi, a bustling town and green country outside of town. Non-crowded beaches, including the brown beach of Wailioaloa and great souvenir shopping locations are easily found. Tasty eating is also found in Nadi, serving mainland fare. The large number of Indian inhabitants means that both Hindus and Muslims can easily worship here.

Ovalau welcomes visitors to Levuka, the old colonial capital city. Picture a whaling town in the 1800’s, and that’s what your setting is in Levuka. Stroll down the narrow streets, see the weathered buildings, and say hello to the warm and inviting residents. Lovoni Village developed in the basin of an extinct volcano and is worth your time.

With beaches staying natural, and visiting somewhat limited, Rotuma is comprised of an island with offshore islets. The interior of the main island is where coconut trees grow abundantly. Fertile soil and interesting underwater fauna such as hawk’s bill turtles and manta rays are also features of Rotuma. Rotuma’s inhabitants are conservative Christians, both Roman Catholic and Protestant.

The city of Suva is the capital of Fiji, complete with rainy and humid weather. This largest city is a melting pot of nationalities, and some of these groups are very active in the Municipal Market, where foodstuffs such as kava root and Indian spices are purveyed. Nightlife ranges from the very casual to the sophisticated, where many Fijian urban singles congregate.

Taveuni
is brightly verdant with vegetation and beautiful tropical flowers, and to top it off, a wonderful collection of birds. The waterfalls are part of the attraction to Taveuni, and the diving is first class. Take a glimpse at what was once where the International Date Line was drawn; it no longer cuts into the island. For some excellent architecture, see the Wairiki Mission.

The culture of Vanua Levu is easily seen since the volume of tourism is light. Savusavu is a city with hot springs occurring in a scattered fashion around the main part of the city. Enjoy a myriad of water sports, including wind surfing and yachting. Shop in the city of Labasa for superb Indian clothing and jewelry, or see the black lava formations in Vunika.

Viti Levu is the largest island in Fiji, and the western side of the island is where vacation resorts and sugar cane fields practically sit side-by-side. Take a tour of the Nausori Highlands, or have a leisurely picnic on Natadola Beach.

Visit the group of islands made famous by the “Blue Lagoon” movies, Yasawa. Cruise vessels from Lautoka like to stop here as a destination. If you are looking to get away from it all, peace can be found in Yasawa on the beaches and in the water sports.

So many Fiji vacation spots welcome you; are you excited yet? 

Why Fiji vacation rentals?

While many people chose hotels over Fiji vacation rentals, that is a very big and costly mistake to make! While a Fiji vacation house may not be your first pick for lodging, after just a bit of consideration, it becomes clear athat Fiji Island vacation rentals definitely make more sense than hotels!

With just a bit of searching, you will find affordable, exotic Fiji Island vacation rentals that will suit the tastes (and budget) of you and your fellow travelers. Your dream Fiji vacation house is just an inquiry away! 

Sites and tours to see

Garden of the Sleeping Giant in Lautoka
Old Capital of Levuka
Nausori Highlands tour
Site of International Date Line in Taveuni
Warrior Burial Cave in Taveuni
Wairiki Mission in Taveuni
Vuna Village
Lake Tagimaucia in Taveuni
Hibiscus Highway on Vanua Levu
Walking tour of Suva