SUBMITTED TO                                        SUBMITTED BYMS.DEEPIKA ARORA                              ANURADHA SAI...
              FIJI ISLANDS<br />Fiji is an island nation in the South Pacific Ocean east of Vanuatu, west of Tonga and sou...
         MAP OF FIJI ISLANDS<br />
Transpotation<br />
AirlinesNadi is Fiji’s main international airport with Air Pacific and Air New Zealand operating regular services from Aus...
BusBus services come in three categories and are priced accordingly. The local buses with open windows and padded seats pr...
Ferry ServicesThe Mamanuca and Yasawa islands are serviced by daily ferries departing from Denarau Marina near Nadi. Ferri...
TaxisTaxis are inexpensive and plentiful. Negotiate the price prior to the journey. Your hotel will be able to give you a ...
         Fiji Islands Currency<br />       Fiji has its own currency, the Fijian dollar (F$). Four international banks ope...
  Fiji Hotels & Accommodation<br />
  Namale Fiji Resort & Spa<br />Luxurious, all-inclusive Namale is situated on 525 acres of paradise. 19 private bures and...
Yasawa Island Resort & Spa Fiji<br />Tucked away among the most remote and culturally intact islands of Fiji is the sublim...
Vatulele Island Resort Fiji<br />The award-winning Vatulele Island Resort is located on a spectacular island of the Fiji g...
Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa<br />Subtle sophistication and laidback luxury awaits you at Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa.Infusing ...
Vomo Island Resort Fiji<br />Vomo sits northwest of Nadi at the end of the Mamanuca Islands and is the only resort on the ...
The Vomo experience is heightened by superb dining options, overseen by Vomo’s on-island award-winning chef. The Reef Rest...
Vomo Island Resort Fiji Special Offers:<br />Pay for 5 nights, get 2 free. <br />Pay for 4 nights, get 1 free.<br />
Matangi Private Island Resort - Fiji <br />Matangi Private Island Resort opens your mind and your heart. With stunning bay...
Matangi Island Resort Special Offers:Stay 7 nights, pay for 5 nights.Stay 5 nights, pay for 4 nights.Specials are non-comb...
Tokoriki Island Resort Fiji<br />Tokoriki is the northern most island in the Mamanuca island group and borders the famous ...
Deluxe Beach BureStretching alongside Tokoriki’s beach front, the 29 Deluxe Beach Bure’s command a captivating vista easil...
Sunset Pool VillasPerched in an elevated position adjacent to the beach, the 5 Sunset Pool Villas combine privacy with pan...
Sonaisali Island Resort Fiji<br />Award winning Sonaisali Island Resort is located 300 metres off the main Island of VitiL...
Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji<br />Location: Set among tropical landscaped gardens and grounds on the beach in the heart of...
The Westin Fiji Resort & Spa<br />Location: On the beachfront of Denarau Island, set in lush tropical gardens.Facilities: ...
MaloloIsland Fiji<br />Location: 15 miles from Nadi International Airport.Facilities: 49 air-conditioned bures, 3 restaura...
Castaway Island, Fiji<br />Location: 10 minutes by seaplane, approximately 1 hour by catamaran from Denarau.Facilities: 66...
Likuliku Lagoon Resort<br />Location: Among the popular Mamanuca archipelago on beautiful Malolo Island.Facilities: 10 ove...
          Fiji Language<br />Fiji Language is widely spoken and it’s a mixture of different dialects. English is a common ...
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  1. 1. SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BYMS.DEEPIKA ARORA ANURADHA SAINI MBA -2A <br /> A TRIP TO FIJI ISLANDS <br />
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  3. 3. FIJI ISLANDS<br />Fiji is an island nation in the South Pacific Ocean east of Vanuatu, west of Tonga and south of Tuvalu.<br />Fiji comprises an archipelago of more than 332 islands.<br />The two major islands, VitiLevu and Vanua Levu.<br />Fiji has a local government system where city and town councils fall under the general supervision of the Ministry of Local Government and Urban Development.<br />Fiji's second city with large sugar cane mills and a seaport.<br />
  4. 4. MAP OF FIJI ISLANDS<br />
  5. 5. Transpotation<br />
  6. 6. AirlinesNadi is Fiji’s main international airport with Air Pacific and Air New Zealand operating regular services from Australia, New Zealand, Cook Islands, Japan, and the USA. Other carriers servicing Fiji including Korean Air, Air Vanuatu, Polynesian Air, Marshall Air, Air Nauru, AirCalin, Air Niugini and Pacific Blue. Domestic services to air strips around Fiji are provided by Pacific Sun and Air Fiji. Charter seaplane and helicopter operators fly from Nadi.Air Pacific  (Nadi), phone 672 2182Air Pacific (Nausori), phone 347 8859 Air New Zealand, phone 672 2955 Air Fiji (Suva), phone 331 3666, email Air FijiAir Fiji (Nadi), phone 672 2521 Pacific Sun (formerly Sun Air), phone 672 3555, email Pacific SunFlights to airstrips are by small plane. Keep luggage to a minimum and be prepared for delays in arrivals and departures.<br />
  7. 7. BusBus services come in three categories and are priced accordingly. The local buses with open windows and padded seats provide a regular, cheap service to all parts of Fiji. They stop where required and can be waved down. Express buses only stop at designated areas and towns. They depart from the bus terminals in each town and from bus shelters along the way. Air-conditioned coaches run between Nadi and Suva along the Coral Coast to a twice daily schedule, with pick-up and drop-offs at hotels and resorts.<br />Car, Bike & Scooter Hire Car hire is available in a variety of price categories. Avis, Budget, Hertz, Europcar and Thrifty Rentals are all available plus local agencies such as Aims, Carpenters, Central,Coastal, Khans, Quality, Satellite Rentals. Visitors are advised to use an established car rental company, and not to hire private rental vehicles. (See the Yellow Pages of the local directory for a full list of rental companies.) Pick-up and drop-offs at airports and major hotels is generally provided. Cars, vans and 4WDs are all available. Scooters are available from Westside Motorbike Rentals (phone 672 6402). Helmets are compulsory when hiring a scooter/motorbike. An international drivers licence or valid drivers licence with a minimum driver’s age of 25 or 21 (depending on the agency) is required to hire a vehicle.<br />
  8. 8. Ferry ServicesThe Mamanuca and Yasawa islands are serviced by daily ferries departing from Denarau Marina near Nadi. Ferries to the Mamanuca Islands depart three times a day. Beachcomber Cruises, Pattersons Ferries and Consort Shipping run regular services to Vanua Levu departing from Suva, Natovi Jetty (north of Suva), Ellington Wharf (Rakiraki) or Nadi/Lautoka. Patterson Ferries and Emosi Ferries provide weekly services between Suva and Kadavu - these are mainly for cargo. Local boats may offer their services. However, they are generally unlicensed and do not carry safety equipment.Petrol Stations Service stations and petrol pumps are located throughout Fiji including BP, Shell and Mobil. Credit cards are not generally accepted so cash is usually required.<br />
  9. 9. TaxisTaxis are inexpensive and plentiful. Negotiate the price prior to the journey. Your hotel will be able to give you a rough cost estimate for the journey. Taxis wait at taxi stands or can be flagged down. If you require a taxi to wait for you, the charge will be minimal. Make sure you have small change as the taxis carry very little.Driving Fact File<br />Be aware of wandering stock, animals sleeping on the warm road surface, speed bumps in villages and pedestrians, particularly at night when visibility is poor. <br />Driving is on the left. <br />Maximum speed limit is 80km/h on the open road and 50km in towns.<br />Give way to your right. <br />Legal driving age is 17 years. <br />Parking meter wardens are vigilant with a parking ticket costing F$20.<br />
  10. 10. Fiji Islands Currency<br /> Fiji has its own currency, the Fijian dollar (F$). Four international banks operate in the islands - Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ), the Australian owned Westpac, Colonial Mutual and Bank of Baroda. All have branches in both Nadi and Suva (open Mon-Fri 9am to 3pm, Sat 9am to 12pm). ANZ has a branch at Nadi International airport which is open 24 hours. Local Fiji island cheques cannot be cashed outside of Fiji. Cash machines can be found in Nadi, Suva and Sigatoka and accept Visa cards.Western Union have a money transfer outlet in Nadi Town. Major credit cards are readily accepted but travellerscheques can be cashed for about 3% more than either cash or credit cards (Visa or Mastercard) and are also accepted at most large shops and resorts, although generally a 4% surcharge is added for use of cards. American Express is rarely accepted.On the outer islands, the Post Office acts as a banking system although credit cards will not be accepted.<br />
  11. 11. Fiji Hotels & Accommodation<br />
  12. 12.   Namale Fiji Resort & Spa<br />Luxurious, all-inclusive Namale is situated on 525 acres of paradise. 19 private bures and villas combine traditional Fijian architecture with luxury appointments. Enjoy an extensive variety of activities including waterskiing, horseriding, snorkeling, tennis, hiking to the waterfall, kayaking and more. You can enjoy incredible diving with Namale's PADI-affiliated dive shop. The Namale Spa & Sanctuary offers panoramic views over the Koro Sea, with exotic rainforest at its back. Includes all meals and beverages. Qantas Vacations View: Lush and colorful landscape, luxurious accommodations, grand public areas, and unparalleled hospitality of the resort staff make Namale truly unique. <br />Namale Fiji Resort & Spa Special Offers:<br />Stay 7/Pay 6 plus USD$500 air credit <br />Stay 7/Pay 6 plus Free Domestic air <br />
  13. 13. Yasawa Island Resort & Spa Fiji<br />Tucked away among the most remote and culturally intact islands of Fiji is the sublime YasawaIsland Resort & Spa. <br />Just 18 luxury bures (bungalows) share a stand of waving palms, each peeking out at a stretch of pristine white beach on an island overlooked by the modern world.<br />There are no other resorts, no televisions, no traffic and no mobile phones. The only neighbours are in the Fijian villages nearby, including one of only two remaining thatched villages in Fiji.<br />Each air-conditioned bure at Yasawa is superbly fitted in contemporary Fijian style - localtimbers, traditional art, thatched roofs and timber plantation shutters. Each has its own thatched beach hut, a pair of outdoor day-beds on a spacious sundeck, a discreet outdoor shower and a hammock strung between the palms.<br />Dining at Yasawa is an experience in itself - superb contemporary food with an emphasis on local seafood. Lobster plucked from nearby reefs is a specialty, while the wine cellar is arguably the best in Fiji.<br />Try the beach front Baravi Spa, offering time-honoured health and beauty rituals in a spectacular setting open to the sea breezes and the soothing rhythms of the waves. Specially designed treatments combine traditional Fijian essences and aromas with internationally acclaimed products to relax, calm, invigorate and balance the body and soul. <br />Activities include diving on pristine coral reefs, massage, snorkelling, sailing, windsurfing andtennis. The resort can arrange visits to local villages and arrange boat expeditions to takecouples to a deserted beach for a picnic platter to the cave and coves made famous in thecelebrated Hollywood movie The Blue Lagoon.<br />.......................................................................................................................................................<br />Yasawa Island Resort & Spa Fiji Special Offers:<br />Special 1 – Stay 3 nights, Pay 2 nights. <br />Special 2 – Stay 8 nights, Pay 6 nights. <br />
  14. 14. Vatulele Island Resort Fiji<br />The award-winning Vatulele Island Resort is located on a spectacular island of the Fiji group in the heart of the South Pacific. It is a 25-minute light-aircraft flight from Nadi International Airport.Set back from a stunning stretch of white sand beach, 17 Deluxe Beach Villas or bures offer generous personal space with natural architecture, and include internal sitting area, king-size bed and a dressing area off the bathroom. At either end of the resort’s own beach are two oversized villas, The Point and Vale Viqi, providing private retreats surrounded by beautiful tropical foliage complete with commanding views, private pools and full-time personal butler service.Vatulele Island Resort provides guests the opportunity to experience a range of dining options including private dining in the wine cellar, in the garden restaurant, or on the terrace of the large central pavilion overlooking the lagoon, where the emphasis is on seafood from the Fijian waters and fresh ingredients sourced from the resort’s own organic gardens.The quality of scuba diving sites at Vatulele has been one of the South Pacific’s well-kept secrets for many years. Vatulele is the only five-star island resort in Fiji with a PADI Golden Palm dive facility. Spa treatments and a diverse range of excursions and water sports are offered. The serene and romantic setting of Vatulele Island Resort ensures wedding ceremonies provide everlasting memories.<br />.......................................................................................................................................................<br />Vatulele Island Resort & Spa Fiji Special Offers:<br />Stay 5 nights, pay for 4. Conditions apply. <br />Stay 3 nights, Pay 2 nights. Conditions apply. <br />
  15. 15. Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa<br />Subtle sophistication and laidback luxury awaits you at Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa.Infusing Sofitel’s French influences with exotic Fijian customs, the resort blends tradition with the most modern technologies for a tropical retreat that really does offer it all.A private waterfront location and the Pacific’s largest lagoon-style pool are a prelude to the sanctuary that is Sofitel Fiji’s stylish range of rooms and suites, each with a private balcony or terrace.World class dining, a sublime International Day Spa, and an unsurpassed range of adrenalin pumping activities make for an unforgettable experience. The resort’s premier event and conference facilities, including a stunning ballroom and beachfront chapel, set Sofitel apart in a league of its own.<br />Located on Denarau Island, this resort is set along absolute beachfront and adjacent to Denarau Golf and Racquet Club. Featuring 296 rooms, each with a private balcony overlooking the ocean. Resort facilities include world-class dining, a sublime Day Spa, and an unsurpassed range of activities. <br />Qantas Vacations View: Fijian tradition and modern influences combine to provide an elegant stylish resort. <br />Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa Special Offers:<br />Stay 5 nights or more and receive Champagne breakfast daily in Lagoon Restaurant<br />Stay 7 nights or more and receive 2 days access to the Turtle Kids Club<br />Family Offer: Children under 12 years receive complimentary Breakfast & Dinner when accompanied by a parent in the Lagoon Restaurant.<br />
  16. 16. Vomo Island Resort Fiji<br />Vomo sits northwest of Nadi at the end of the Mamanuca Islands and is the only resort on the 225-acre privately owned island. Mt Vomo rises at one end, providing expansive views over Vomo and the Pacific Ocean. Lush native plantings, coconut and mango groves create a natural wonder. Vomo is edged with soft white sand and clear aqua waters. The beach is non-tidal allowing use of the beach throughout the day. Coral reefs surround the island and for snorkelling enthusiasts offer some of the best snorkelling in Fiji from the beach or on the daily snorkelling excursion.Vomo has a range of accommodation options. Hillside Villas provide magical views over the island and face west towards VomoLailai, and Beachfront Villas are nestled between coconut palms with the beach only steps away. The Residence offers a unique accommodation experience, with three pavilions sleeping up to eight guests across 1-acre of absolute beachfront. Guests reside in discreet luxury with high quality furnishings and technology, indoor and outdoor dining options, private outdoor showers, private pool and 24-hour butler service. The Royal sleeps up to six guests and boasts expansive deck areas, and private pool.Off the western tip of Vomo is VomoLailai, a true deserted island. Guests will experience true isolation, all the while with Vomo Island in sight and two-way radio contact. Surrounding reefs offer some of the best snorkelling with guests able to snorkel from the beach. VomoLailai can be reserved for the day and enhanced with a Champagne picnic.<br />
  17. 17. The Vomo experience is heightened by superb dining options, overseen by Vomo’s on-island award-winning chef. The Reef Restaurant features an la carte menu, changing daily, which focuses on delivering innovative dining options, whilst highlighting the very best produce, seafood and meats both internationally sourced and locally gown, some from Vomo’s own vegetable garden. At the Vudu and Rocks bars, guests can relax during the day or night and watch the best sunset in Fiji.To preserve the tranquillity of Vomo, an extensive range of non-motorised water sports are offered including snorkelling, glass bottom kayaking, stand-up paddleboards, kayaking, sailing and windsurfing. On-land activities are in abundance, with a spa, floodlit tennis court, a 9-hole par 3 golf course, hiking and jogging trails and croquet. Greater adventures such as deep-sea fishing, scenic helicopter rides and diving can be arranged. The Vomo Turtle Protection Programme rears Hawksbill turtles after they have hatched on the island until the turtles reach an age where they can protect themselves from natural predators. Guests of all ages can learn and help care for the turtles from their keepers.Included in the villa rates are all meals, non-alcoholic beverages during mealtimes, all activities, and daily laundry. Vomo is one of the only 5-star Fijian resorts to cater for children of all ages and are mindful of providing a memorable family holiday whilst protecting the privacy of every guest. Children have a range of activities to choose from, their own menu and babysitters are available 24-hours.<br />
  18. 18. Vomo Island Resort Fiji Special Offers:<br />Pay for 5 nights, get 2 free. <br />Pay for 4 nights, get 1 free.<br />
  19. 19. Matangi Private Island Resort - Fiji <br />Matangi Private Island Resort opens your mind and your heart. With stunning bays, pristine white sandy beaches and natural rainforest, it's undoubtedly one of the finest resorts in Fiji. Small wonder Matangi was voted one of the “1,000 places to visit before you die”. Located in Fiji’s breathtaking northern group of islands, Matangi was born from a collapsed volcanic caldera that's shaped like a horseshoe wrapped around a lagoon of pure aquamarine. Blended with white sandy beaches and the verdant colours of the rainforest, it's an evocative natural paradise that makes you want to burst into spontaneous applause. This romantic small luxury Fiji resort offers just nine individual island beachfront bures, three Tree House bures and the exclusive Villa Matangi all overlooking the ocean. All the bures have been uniquely handcrafted from local materials and offer total luxury and comfort. Matangi is undoubtedly one of the finest romantic beach resorts in Fiji, specializing in intimate honeymoons, weddings and anniversaries, offering fine dining and spa services. It also boasts some of the world’s best scuba diving and light tackle sport fishing. The surrounding islands are truly beautiful with stunning bays, breath-taking waterfalls, remote villages, and secluded hiking trails. Above all else, Matangi Island offers an exceptional service in a friendly down-to-earth atmosphere. It's the ultimate destination to relax, meet like-minded holiday-makers and to escape.<br />
  20. 20. Matangi Island Resort Special Offers:Stay 7 nights, pay for 5 nights.Stay 5 nights, pay for 4 nights.Specials are non-combinable. Conditions & validity dates apply. <br />
  21. 21. Tokoriki Island Resort Fiji<br />Tokoriki is the northern most island in the Mamanuca island group and borders the famous Yasawa Islands. Tokoriki Island Resort is an adults-only island resort that caters to couples seeking romance and relaxation. Guests feel as though they are on their own private island at this small, intimate resort with just 34 accommodations.Guests can play a round of tennis, explore hiking trails, or enjoy complimentary non-motorized water sports at the white-sand beach. The spa offers a range of Fijian-inspired treatments such as the Coconut Scrub and the Papaya Wrap (surcharge). After a day of activities, guest can dine alfresco under the stars at the on-site gourmet restaurant. The resort hosts weekly performances by singers and dancers from the local village. Known as Meke, this festive event includes traditional Fijian dance, costumes, and instruments.The 34 bures and villas at Tokoriki are a magical combination of Fijian architecture and detailing with all of the modern luxuries and amenities expected in an upmarket experience. Your bure or villa is spacious, freestanding, air conditioned, and has its own private outdoor shower. All bures & villas are also equipped with coffee/ tea making facilities, mini fridges, hairdryers, robes, and iron with board.<br />
  22. 22. Deluxe Beach BureStretching alongside Tokoriki’s beach front, the 29 Deluxe Beach Bure’s command a captivating vista easily enjoyed from the sunlounge on your own private deck. With the established tropical gardens comes a feeling of seclusion, the ideal environment to luxuriate in your outdoor shower. Of course the internal bathroom boasts not only a shower but double vanities set atop a mahogany counter. Furnished in a fusion of contemporary island style and Fijian design, the freestanding Deluxe Beach Bures feature air-conditioning, king size beds and double fold out doors delivering your exclusive beach view to your Bure. These spacious rooms contain a day bed that is easily converted into a single bed accommodating twin or triple share.Room amenities Tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, beach mats, umbrella, room safe, robes, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, mini fridges and hair-dryers.<br />
  23. 23. Sunset Pool VillasPerched in an elevated position adjacent to the beach, the 5 Sunset Pool Villas combine privacy with panoramic views across Tokoriki Island’s sheltered lagoon and fringing reefs. As the name suggests, you’re in the perfect position to capture the brilliance of a Fijian sunset and also within a few steps of the golden beach. An expansive deck area incorporates a private horizon edge plunge pool, his and her sunlounges and a cabana complete with a daybed from which to relax and take in the magic sea views. Inside you’ll discover a King size bed, air-conditioning, shower and double vanity set atop a mahogany counter. The outdoor shower is a must to try with the lush gardens and swirling rock wall assuring your privacy. Both the living area and bedroom feature double fold out doors that seamlessly extend your living space and frame your spectacular views. The open plan design gives a feeling of spaciousness with a touch of Fijian style. Exclusively for couples you won’t want to leave your Sunset Pool Villa. Room amenitiesTea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, beach mats, umbrella, room safe, robes, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, mini fridges and hair-dryers<br />
  24. 24. Sonaisali Island Resort Fiji<br />Award winning Sonaisali Island Resort is located 300 metres off the main Island of VitiLevu and only 25 minutes drive from Nadi International Airport. Access to the 105-acre palm fringed Island is gained 24 hours per day via complimentary boat. Award winning traditional accommodation comprises–123 rooms/bures. 4 ½ * Accommodation comprises of 32 Beachfront Hotel Rooms, air-conditioned with full amenities and balcony overlooking the ocean and outer islands. 42 OceanviewBures with high-vaulted ceilings and ocean views from wide elevated verandahs, plus 46 Beachfront Spa Bures, featuring private spas set on wide timber decks, designed to capture spectacular sunsets and uninterrupted ocean views.Qantas Vacations View: Lush and colorful landscape, luxurious accommodations, grand public areas, and unparalleled hospitality of the resort staff make Namale truly unique. <br />Sonaisali Island Resort Fiji Special Offers:<br />Special 1 - Discounted rates apply to stays of 3 nights or more<br />Special 2 - Stay a minimum of 5 nights and receive Breakfast, 2 course lunch, 3 course dinner & afternoon tea daily<br />Special 3 - Stay 7 nights, pay for 6<br />Special 4 - Stay 3 nights or more and Children under 12 years eat for Free <br /> <br />
  25. 25. Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji<br />Location: Set among tropical landscaped gardens and grounds on the beach in the heart of the Coral Coast.Facilities: 254 air conditioned rooms and bures with ocean views and décor ranging from traditional Fijian to modern. Features 4 bars, restaurants, a cocktail lounge, fitness center, snorkeling, kayaking, and tennis. Diving and other activities are available (extra cost). Honeymoon Bonus: Complimentary his and hers sulus and a bottle of sparkling wine. Qantas Vacations View: A very popular Coral Coast resort with an excellent standard of accommodation. <br />
  26. 26. The Westin Fiji Resort & Spa<br />Location: On the beachfront of Denarau Island, set in lush tropical gardens.Facilities: Features Westin in-room amenities, including the Heavenly Bed, water sports, an 18-hole championship golf course, tennis courts, exclusive spa and a myriad of cultural events are readily available. Bonus: Stay 5 nights, pay 4 (conditions and validity dates apply). Qantas Vacations View: Extensive resort facilities in an ambiance of authentic Fijian culture. <br />
  27. 27. MaloloIsland Fiji<br />Location: 15 miles from Nadi International Airport.Facilities: 49 air-conditioned bures, 3 restaurants, 2 pools, kids club, spa, and a variety of tours and activities. Honeymoon Bonus: Stay 3 nights and receive a bottle of sparkling wine on arrival, and his and hers half hour back massage. Qantas Vacations View: View: Offers an array of facilities and activities with a friendly and relaxed ambience. <br />
  28. 28. Castaway Island, Fiji<br />Location: 10 minutes by seaplane, approximately 1 hour by catamaran from Denarau.Facilities: 66 air-conditioned bures, 2 restaurants, 3 bars, kids club, pool, spa, and an array of watersports and island activities. Honeymoon Bonus: A bottle of sparkling wine, two sulus, tropical fruit basket and a champagne island hop. Qantas Vacations View: A very popular island resort for couples, honeymooners and families. This is definitely a Fiji favorite. <br />Note: Prices are 'from' and seasonal surcharges may apply. Use Right Mouse Click to Print <br />
  29. 29. Likuliku Lagoon Resort<br />Location: Among the popular Mamanuca archipelago on beautiful Malolo Island.Facilities: 10 overwater and 36 beachfront bures with daybeds, some with private plunge pool. Features a restaurant, 2 bars, gym, pool, spa, tours and activities. Bonus: Stay 3 nights and receive a bottle of VeuveClicquot champagne and one Serenity Couples Massage. Qantas Vacations View: Amazing cuisine and sophisticated luxury—the perfect romantic escape. <br />
  30. 30. Fiji Language<br />Fiji Language is widely spoken and it’s a mixture of different dialects. English is a common Language of Fiji and almost everyone speaks English in Fiji Island. The pronunciation of the Fijians is similar to English but there are some slight changes in the phonetic. Fiji has three official languages and they are English, Bau Fijian and Hindustani but English is the main medium of communication in Fiji. English is the main medium of communicating and it is used in education medium, commerce and in courts. The Fijians, however, have the right to communicate in any of their three official languages. The Fiji Culture has originated from the Austronesian family of languages and therefore has many dialects but main language is Bau Fijian. The alphabets of Fiji Language are similar to the English letters but here the letter “x” is not present and “h” and “z” are rarely used. So the Fiji language is a simpler one and with the influence of English this Fiji Language is easier for anybody to understand and they can learn it easily.<br />
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