Posted 07 April 2009 - 12:59 AM
Any help or guidance on this issue will be greatly appreciated!!!
Posted 07 April 2009 - 04:55 PM
Posted 06 May 2009 - 06:01 PM
We used a company called goway travel in Toronto to book and loved all the places they set us up in.
We spent our first 2 days at the Radisson in Denaru on the main island to recoup from the long flight and then spent 4 days on Castaway Island. While on Castaway we went on a little island island excursion and visit Mana and TokuRiku (sp?). WOW is all i can say. Tokoriku (?) has 2 gorgeous resorts on it- adults only and the honeymoon bures are fantastic. As we were spending 6 weeks away we couldnt afford to go all out in any particular place so Castaway was great for us.
On Mana we saw the special honeymoon bures and saw the only over water ones on our neighburing island as well. All fantastic.
The water is gorgeous and the people are so warm and friendly. Although not all inclusive, our resorts offered meal plans and we ate well! The food is not like down south. it is all gourmet. The meal plan was worth it most days but sometimes too much... 2 course lunches and three course dinners werent always needed after a breakfast buffet
A tip we learned before it was too late was to buy drinks and alcohol at duty free as you are allowed to bring it to the resorts and drink your own stuff at dinner etc. Even water and pop is $$$ on the islands so we knew when we saw aussie's with cases of beer and water that we should buy some before we go.
There so many islands that make up fiji and we only saw about 10 -12 of them on our journey
Let me know if you have any other questions...
Posted 28 June 2009 - 05:28 PM
Posted 14 July 2009 - 05:11 PM
Posted 14 July 2009 - 06:48 PM
This is from the site - you can read more and decide for yourselves -
This is from the safety and security section -
Under Public Emergency Regulations currently in place, some basic rights have been limited, including freedom of speech and freedom of assembly. The independence of Fiji’s law enforcement and judicial systems is compromised, putting into question protections ordinarily afforded by the rule of law. The Department of State continues to warn U.S. citizens to carefully consider the risks of travel to the Republic of Fiji at this time. While Fiji’s country situation appears calm on the surface, political, economic, and security uncertainties continue. It is possible that the security situation, especially in Suva, could deteriorate rapidly. American citizens in Fiji should remain vigilant, particularly in public places and near military activities in the greater Suva area, and should avoid demonstrations and large crowds. Even demonstrations intended to be peaceful could turn confrontational and escalate into violence unexpectedly.
Posted 21 August 2009 - 02:12 AM
I HAVE to share with you this site I came across while looking into Fiji! It's AMAZING! It's super expensive but it's brand new and has underwater hotel rooms!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The day I win the lottery, this is the first purchase I'm making
Poseidon Undersea Resort
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