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Suva Travel and Tourism

Suva is located in Fiji and its geographical coordinates are latitude : 18.1333° S and longitude : 178.4167° E.
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Fiji - Suva
Fiji Bula, This is the national word to wish you welcome and you will hear this word everywhere you go because the fijan people are the most friendly people that i saw in my live.when you enter in a village everyone wish you welcome.amazing... A great destination, a truly paradise for me because there are a lot things to do, tha weather is nice, people very friendly, amazing landscapes, great views, beaches, colour of wather, prices are not expensive...only one big bad things are the roads expect the queen's and king's road and even a part of the Queen's road is very very bad. This is a shame not for us tourists but FOR the people who live there. This is a truly paradise.

Christmas in Fiji - Suva
Christmas in Fiji The way people celebrate Christmas in Fiji is very different from that of Western countries. Christmas in Fiji is not about extravagant decorations and innumerable presents, but about family get-togethers and lots and lots of mouth watering food. Christmas in Fiji is a time to get together with family and indulging in a wide spread of Christmas fest. In fact, families start gathering together in the biggest house in the community two weeks prior to Christmas and remain there till two weeks after New Year. During Christmas, the entire Fijian community gathers together to go on the fara or Carol singing. In this event, people call on the local houses in the neighborhood and do the traditional meke dances and sing ve...

Wildlife in Fiji - Suva
Wildlife in Fiji Wildlife in Fiji involves various types of fauna which are found in different parts of the country. Wildlife in Fiji not only deals with the commonly found animals but also with some endangered species of animals.Fiji Wildlife thrives mainly on the huge forest reserves i.e about eight-hundred-and-fifty thousand hectares of natural forests. The forests comprise large areas of hardwood trees including sandalwood and kauri. The rain forests cover much of the large islands owned by the local clans. These forests are used by multinationals and locals for growing trees and vegetation that have medicinal value. Wildlife in Fiji involves various types of fauna which are found in different parts of the country. Wildlife in...

Things to do in Fiji - Suva
Things to do in Fiji Things to do in Fiji are quite a few and each one of the activities is quite interesting. Things to do in Fiji involves water sports, adventure sports and hiking. Things to do in Fiji involving Water sports: The islands being famous for their soft coral reefs offer an excellent opportunity for scuba-diving and snorkeling. The best dive sites are usually found in the coral coast and the Pacific harbor on the western side where the Beqa Lagoon can be found. The crater of an extinct volcano that measures 16km (10 miles) across, is found near the lagoon. About 7 miles from the Viti Levu coast lies the region, famous for the red prawns which are regarded to be very safe and sacred by the local people. Vanua Levua and T...

Sports Culture in Fiji - Suva
Sports Culture in Fiji Sports culture is unique as different racial mixes and cultures come together in a common interest, Fiji is fanatical about sports and the two most dominant being Rugby and Soccer. Sports in precolonial Fiji - Sports in old Fiji, apart from recreation, had a practical place helping to train young warriors. One such practice would have the older men bring the male children a severally injured captive of war, letting the boys practicing their archery skills against this living target. Other sports of old Fiji are as follows: Tiqa or Ulutoa Was a sport which involved an individual throwing from the forefinger a reed three or four feet in length armed with a six inch oval point of heavy wood. This weapon is made to ...