Travel Helpers Fiji
There are currently 12 Travel Helpers for Fiji. Please remember that these Travel Helpers provide information on a volunteer basis and when they take the time to help you that a thank you is highly appreciated! They are listed below in order of their last activity on Travellerspoint.
I first came to Fiji working on one of the first cruise ships that docked in Suva, as a member of the ship's Entertainment Staff. That was when Suva was still a sleepy little tropical village. My first dozen visits were with the Queen Frederika, but in the years to follow I was there frequently as a Tour Director, and as such flew into Nadi. I know a lot of places to visit, island hopping, fishing, resorts and the Korolevu Coast I know better than the not as popular North Coast. I love Fiji, - but not Suva so much anymore. I can of course explain........d:o)
How to shave and cut your face in a humid climate.
well i have been in fiji for 2 month in 2003,
i can halp to find a place to stay for the first night or the rest of your stey ,
i can halp with the place that you mast see or you can skip,
well almost enything
Did the most touristy and least touristy things in Fiji over a 2 weeks period. Visited the entire main island thoroughly.
General travel inculding island hopping
Fiji is awesome fun, but most people only go for a week or 2 so it is good to know what to do before you get there so you maximise your time on the islands chilling out..cause that is what fiji is all about....and the most freindly locals ever....If you are heading over i can let you know what to do and how much it will cost.
I'm a local, if i don't know about it I will find out about it for you!
Directing passengers to affordable hotels/ tours around the country / tours to islands and stayovers/ affordable island resorts/ day cruise / evening cruise / dinner or lunch cruise/ water sports / mountain cruise / inland tours / seaplane transfers and many many more.
Did some independent traveling to Fiji. Spent most of our time in the Yasawa Islands and can certainly make recommendations about good places here. I can help with photo locations, good places to stay and how to get around questions. Just ask.
Spent two and a half months there in 1998, went to many different islands and lived with the locals. I can give advice on places and local customs.
Make travelling for travellers more exciting by arranging for community visits.
I can give info on very cheap accommodation through staying in local villages. If you are interested in experiencing traditional Fijian village life, traditional foods, adventures in remote places, trekking, and seeing your tourist dollar go straight back into local communities, I can give you some directions.
No Fiji questions; but all the answers on Fiji travel?
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