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FIji - Best accomodation

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1. Posted by FOXPRESIDENT (Full Member 96 posts) 1y

Hi all,

Well I am about to leave Sydney and im off to Fiji then NZ.

Does anyone know of any good accomodation, in Fiji or anyone going there between 27th Oct and 3rd November?

Looking for some nice accomodation - I want to relax and chill, near a pool and a beach and get a tan but also to explore Fiji.

Anyone any tips?

2. Posted by Steve79 (Respected Member 326 posts) 1y

Where are you going in Fiji? Are you staying on the mainland or going to the Yasawa's and Mamanuca's?

3. Posted by FOXPRESIDENT (Full Member 96 posts) 1y

I have no idea, is the Yasawa's and Mamanuca's are they islands just off near nadi ?

I wouldn't mind a trip to the islands.

4. Posted by Peter (Admin 5502 posts) 1y

In my view, staying out at the islands is the nicest, so focus on your options there. Then it really comes down to what you can afford and what kind of place you want to stay at (party vs eco vs upscale).

If you want to spend a few days exploring the interior of the islands, then you might look at some of the local tours running inland which include trips to villages, waterfalls, river rafting and so on.

5. Posted by Steve79 (Respected Member 326 posts) 1y

I'd say get the Bula pass and maybe visit the Yasawa's/Mamanuca's.

My favourite place was Botaira Beach resort on Naviti.

6. Posted by FOXPRESIDENT (Full Member 96 posts) 1y

I'm thinking now drop into Nadi for the night or may be two then go to one of the resorts for a few days.

I'm not to sure if i can be travelling around the island on Bula pass and then obviously moving from one accommodation to another? If I get the bula pass i take that allows me to travel between Mamanuca's and Yasawa's islands?

Or do i just do day trips from my resort how does that work?

7. Posted by Steve79 (Respected Member 326 posts) 1y

Yeah the Bula Pass lets you hope from one island to another, from one accommodation to the other, anywhere in the Mamanuca's and Yasawa's.