Posts Tagged ‘ Fiji ’

The waterfalls on Viti Levu

Apr 19th, 2017 | By

Some of these rivers flow through dense rainforest in which you can find waterfalls making it an ideal place to explore.



Nanuya Island in Fiji

Feb 11th, 2015 | By

The Yasawa Island ground – of which Nanuya is just one of twenty – are off the north west coast of the Fijian Islands. They are as you might dream of a south sea island; crystal clear waters with palm-fringed white sandy beaches, tempting lagoons and colourful coral reefs. That doesn’t tell you the whole story though of how the locals live and the amenities they have. But on Nanuya, the new owners of the resort – an Australian couple called Val and Ivan Parker
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Best value destinations

Nov 20th, 2013 | By

When times are tight, we suggest you travel more, not less – but pick carefully. This is where your wallet will smile at the memories for years to come



Fiji: the happiness place on earth

Apr 15th, 2013 | By

Fiji is well known for being one of the happiest places on earth. To celebrate this fact, Tourism Fiji have created the Happiness Test on facebook – helping you discover your happiness profile



South sea island community spirit

Mar 5th, 2013 | By

Which of us has not occasionally thought that it would be great to forget the cares of the world and go and live on a south Pacific island? An Australian, living in Canada called James McCann has almost done just that. He owns the Yasawa Island resort and Spa in Fiji.



Rugby World Cup: three years to go

Sep 20th, 2012 | By

A brief history of rugby in England



Fare Potee and Marae

Jul 7th, 2011 | By

For those of you you unfamiliar with Tahitian (probably 99.9% of us) a fare potee is a chief’s hut and a marae is an ancient temple.



Staycation or Go Abroad?

Jun 14th, 2010 | By

There are signs that Britons are going further for their holidays. Last year was the year of the staycation and the government has announced that they are going to try to persuade us to holiday in the UK. But it seems we aren’t neglecting a desire to travel further afield as well. Five different destinations have announced that visitor figures from the UK are up.



Fabulous Fiji

Nov 18th, 2009 | By

With Fiji’s National Day having fallen on October 25, CD Traveller thought it was time to let you in on eight great things to see and do in this archipelago of over 300 islands in the south west Pacific



Fiji and Low Carbon Travel

Nov 5th, 2009 | By

We hear a lot about the effects of travel on the amount of carbon emissions created. Being sceptical along the lines of Tom Fuller who writes a really interesting environmental column in the Los Angeles Examiner (freely available via the net), I am not an ardent proponent but neither do I believe that life stays the same. There is another climate change meeting coming up in Copenhagen shortly and Fiji has rather stolen some of the thunder by declaring that, as an entire nation, they will become a low carbon destination.