Nadi, on the western side of Viti Levu, is Fiji's third largest city. It is also the country's primary port of entry for air-travellers as it has the largest airport in Fiji. It is most significantly a hub for trips to the Mamanucas and Yasawas, with ferries leaving from the harbour regularly.
From the Nadi Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Nadi
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I stayed at Wailoaloa for a total of 4 nights at the start and end of my stay in Fiji. It was perfect as a place to stay when wanting a night or two before or after flying in to Fiji. I stayed in December and it was very quiet which is good for anyone who wants backpacker prices without backpacker noise. ... more
Hotel without pretention, whose location not far from the Airport is interesting. The value for money is good . The construction of the Hotel and the thinness of the walls make it very sonorous, then noisy, add to the fact that the usuals clients of the Hotel (mainly local Indians) are not really discreet, even at an advance time of the night. ... more
Fiji Accomodation suva or nadi?
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Nadi/Fiji or Rarotonga/Cook Islands?
Hi folks, If given the choice of Nadi/Fiji or Rarotonga/Cook Islands, what would you recommend. We are planning to arrive around mid october 2007. Cheers ...
Wanted: Zen and Affordable Hostel in NADI, FIJI
Hello :-) I was hoping to get some advice on finding the perfect hostel type accommodation for a 5 day trip to Nadi, Fiji. I was hoping to find something fairly reasonable with private sleeping ...
wrote in my journal and read a bit of my book while taking it all in. We did Nadi to the Coral coast and then the Coral Coas to Suva and then Suva to RakiRaki and then RakiRaki to Nadi and then Nadi to Beachcomer ...
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