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Fiji’s Top Natural Wonders

By Shane Hussein Posted 3 Mar 2014

With spiked mountains rising from the sea floor and a chorus of wild song birds lyrically soaring above the lush green forest canopy, the paradise islands of Fiji is built on the stirring wonders that inspired Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe or Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels. test

Formed by volcanic activity around 150 million years ago, Fiji is an archipelago of over 330 islands covering a total area of approximate 194 000 square kilometres of unspoilt beaches, volcanic mountains and tropical rainforests. With roughly three quarters of the total human population living on Fiji’s main islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, most of archipelago has been left untouched and unspoilt by human interaction and is just waiting for the intrepid traveller to explore.  
Indeed, the biodiversity of Fiji’s natural landscapes can be illustrated magnificently through their national parks, protecting and preserving these wonders for the world to enjoy.

Koroyanitu National Heritage Park

A half hour drive from Nadi International Airport on Viti Levu, this national park offers a lush forest with grasslands, archaeological sites and six self sufficient villages that are part of an ongoing conservation project. There are several hikes to take in the beauty that this national park has to offer, including guided hikes to Mount Batilamu, five hours including return;  a two hour hike to one of the waterfalls and an all day hike to the village remains at Mt Koroyanitu . Accommodation ranges from home-stays with local families starting at $F80, the Nase Lodge from $F35 per person or the Mount Batilamu Hut which is $F150 and includes all meals, a guide and an overnight stay to see the sunrise from the mountain- a definite must if you decide to stay here.

Bouma National Park

The garden Island of Fiji, Taveuni where the Bouma National Park boasts the Vidawa Rainforest Hike and Birdwatching Tour- guided tours through the untouched rainforests and ancient historical sites at around $F40 per person. The Waitabu Marine protected area is prime for snorkelers and ocean lovers, take in the sea life on guided snorkelling tours starting from $F8 per person. The Lavena Coastal Walk and Lodge is a three hour walk along the stunning white beach coastline that ends in an incredible double waterfall and natural pool. Most notable though are the waterfalls of Bouma, the Tavoro Waterfalls, which are stunning to observe and an experience to be relished in the untouched wilderness. The series of waterfalls in this nature park are the overflows from a crater lake at the top of the island where the Tagimoucia flower a flower endemic to Taveuni, is found.
Mamanuca Islands

Home to the Tom Hanks hit movie Castaway, the Mamanuca chain of islands boast stunning natural scenery and a plethora of activities to suit every kind of traveller. Diving, boat snorkelling, sea kayaking, surfing, jet skiing, parasailing, windsurfing- the list is endless and includes island trekking and beach combing as well as dolphin watching and cultural village excursions. Mamanuca caters a range of accommodation with the high end such as the Likuliku Lagoon Resort starting around $F810, mid range like Castaway Island Resort from $F591 per night and more budget options like Funky Fish or Beachcomber Island Resort starting from $F78. Whatever your budget, whatever your holiday adventure, Mamanuca is guaranteed to have you sorted.

Sawa-I-Lau Caves

Located on the remote Yasawa Island chain in Fiji’s Blue Lagoon, these naturally occurring limestone caves are a marvel of natural beauty. Following a scenic boat trip to the caves, a guide will accompany you down into the first cavern which maybe enough for some. For those a little more daring, a dive through an underwater tunnel will surface you in the second cavern, which is illuminated from a vent above and will transport you into another world entirely.

The temperate tropical climate of Fiji makes visiting the archipelago a great decision any time of the year. The islands offer an abundance of natural wonders from gorgeous untouched reefs, to mountainous ranges, white sandy beaches, and national parks with gushing waterfalls and limestone caves that will take your breath away.

Whatever your travelling pursuit, Fiji has always been a wondrous destination with a beautiful culture and getting there and away has never been easier.  Fiji Airways flights (Fiji’s official airline) leave daily from Nadi to Australia, New Zealand, The United States, Canada and Hong Kong.


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