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Introducing Nadi, Suva & Viti Levu

Viti Levu, the largest of the Fijian islands, squats roundly and self-assuredly in the centre of the islands it governs. It wields considerable power and is the pivotal point about which politics, commerce and industry revolve. It is also where roughly three-quarters of the population resides.

From Nadi, Fiji’s sunny waterside gateway, the Queens Road hugs the Coral Coast. Opportunities to foray into the interior’s dramatic highlands and marvel at the elevated views abound. For the adventurous, it is possible to explore giant sand dunes and dive with truly massive tiger sharks.

Sultry Suva is the largest city in the South Pacific and the merging of island cultures and Indo-Fijian traditions has given the capital a rich heritage and the country’s best restaurants and nightlife.

The Kings Road completes Viti Levu’s northern loop. Those in the know – usually savvy windsurfers and divers – head for Nananu-i-Ra, home to consistent winds and the beautiful, breathtaking reef.