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A Fijian Getaway

By HarryFriday 28th October 2016

Fancy yourself in Fiji? Whether it’s a hike with stunning views, a lounge on a white-sanded beach, or a Duavata island-style four-handed massage, Fiji is the place to go if you’re after a break from reality. The island offers a number of excursions for you and all of the family. From waterfall treks to zip-lining through Tropical Forests; a visit to Fiji is not a hard sell. We’ve found out some of the best recommended places in Fiji for you to visit so that you can plan your visit and relax into Fijian life straight away.


For Sightseers


Bouma National Heritage Park 

large Bouma National Heritage Park offers three separate stunning waterfall trecks.
Think 57 miles of dense rainforest, jaw-dropping wildlife and spectacular views. Bouma National Heritage Park has this to offer and more, with three separate Tavoro Waterfalls and their very own natural swimming pools. The Park is not particularly tourist-heavy, so you’ll be able to take in the scenery in your own time. The first waterfall of the three is only 10 minutes’ walk along a visitor-friendly path from the Visitor Centre. At 24m high, you’re welcome to jump in if you’re feeling brave, but there’s also no harm in sunbathing and enjoying your surroundings, either.
The second and third water falls are about an hour and a half trek up-hill, so not particularly friendly for youngsters. Though the route offers rest spots, handrails and steps, the path can be quite challenging, so if you’re not a family of avid walkers, we’d give this one a miss.
TIP: The Park is an important wildlife reserve and teaming with beautiful rare birds, so keep an eye out and your camera handy! We’d also recommend a guided walking tour for those new to Fiji.

For Adrenaline Junkies


Jungle Safari Jungle Zipline Tour

h Fancy zipping through the rainforest?
Our Safari Giant Zipline Tour Zip Fiji is the ideal destination for thrill seekers. With added guided tours and opportunities to flex your photography skills, you’ll ascend into a tropical rainforest canopy, with chance to stop and admire waterfalls and wildlife on the way.
It’s been recommended that you bring large water bottles with you as it’s important to stay hydrated when spending so much time in a warm tropical climate. Other useful provisions include mosquito repellent, comfortable clothes and sun cream. Be sure to wear shoes that won’t fly off through the jungle when you zip through the exotic mass of Yesi trees at jaw-dropping speeds (remember to leave your cheap sunglasses at home)!
You’ll take a break at the end of your day in our open air Riverside restaurant. A delicious deli lunch and fruit salad is provided, so there’s no need to worry about packing any sandwiches in your rucksack. Transport and equipment to the zip line is all covered, so this really is a woe-free day if you’re ready for action. The Zipline Tour is truly one of the most unique excursions you’ll ever experience – You’ll travel through three different ecosystems on this day out! It’s not to be missed!
TIP: If your fitness level isn’t as high as it could be, you suffer from mobility issues or altitude sickness; you may be better avoiding this one.

For Relaxation


Fiji Natural Thermal Mud Pool

mud bath The Fijian people have been using the mud baths as therapy for generations.
One of Fiji’s many hidden jewels, the Fiji Natural Thermal Mud Pool at the base of the Sabeto mountains offers a therapeutic day of cleansing, exfoliating and relaxation. If you’re feeling slightly uptight, covering yourself from head to toe in mud is the perfect destressing secret. Pose for hilarious photographs whilst the mud dries in the sun, only to wash it off and soak in 38 degree thermal baths. This is a centuries-old spa experience enjoyed by the Fijian people for generations. Sip cool water whilst sitting back and enjoying serenades from the local villagers. Droop a fresh flower leis over your neck whilst enjoy an authentic Kava ceremony with the chief before stopping to shop for native handicrafts. Bliss!
TIP: Don’t pack your fanciest swimwear! The sulphur in the baths can discolour some fabrics.

 You can sail to Fiji on an Australian & New Zealand or South Pacific cruise on a number of our ships. If you’re feelinga Fijian getaway, you have a variety of Cruise options to plan your next journey here.

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