Top ChoiceMuseum in Suva

Fiji Museum

This museum offers a great journey into Fiji’s historical and cultural and evolution. To enjoy the exhibits in chronological order, start with the displays behind the ticket counter and work your way around...

Top ChoiceForest in Suva

Colo-i-Suva Forest Park

Colo-i-Suva Forest Park

Colo-i-Suva (pronounced tholo-ee-soo-va) is a 2.5-sq-km oasis of lush rainforest teeming with tropical plants and vivid and melodic bird life. The 6.5km of walking trails navigate clear natural pools and gorgeous...

Top ChoiceMarket in Suva

Suva Municipal Market

Suva Municipal Market

It’s the beating heart of Suva and a great place to spend an hour or so poking around with a camera. The boys with barrows own the lanes and they aren’t afraid to mow down a few tourists to deliver their cassava...

Top ChoiceItalian in Korolevu & Around

Eco Café

This joint Italian-Fijian enterprise doesn't disappoint. It's a charming open-fronted, wood-and-bamboo place facing directly onto the sea with a mellow beach bar vibe. Pizzas are cooked in a wood-fired oven, and...

Top ChoiceHindu Site in Nadi

Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple

Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple

This riotously bright Hindu temple is one of the few places outside India where you can see traditional Dravidian architecture; the wooden carvings of deities travelled here from India, as did the artists who...

Top ChoiceInternational in Suva


Housed in a converted colonial bungalow that was once home to Ratu Sir Laulu Sukuna, Governors is the newest fashionable eating place on the block. You can see why: great food (Italian and Thai notes on a Fijian...

Top ChoiceFusion in Nadi

Taste Fiji

Stylish, professionally run and with a cosmopolitan menu featuring stand-out dishes created from local produce, this fabulous restaurant is not just 'good for Nadi' – it's GOOD. Egg-centric breakfasts are hearty...

Top ChoiceBistro in Korotogo & the Sunset Strip

Beach Bar & Grill

Formerly Le Café, the Beach Bar & Grill is deservedly popular with those wanting to eat outside their resorts. It's a simple thatched outfit, but has an impressive menu, with lots of excellent local seafood...

Top ChoiceIndian in Nadi


This rough-looking joint just down from the temple dishes up some of the most authentic and flavoursome curries on Viti Levu: just ask the droves of locals crowding the open-air deck. There's a menu, but for the...

Top ChoiceCafe in Lautoka

Blue Ginger Café & Deli

Delicious breakfasts (the menu includes homemade yoghurt, fruit and poached eggs) and lunches of wholemeal sandwiches, interesting wraps, fresh salads and lovely cakes and biscuits. Blue Ginger is run by a...

Top ChoiceFijian in Denarau Island

Nadina Authentic Fijian Restaurant

This fantastic restaurant specialises in local cuisine, using homegrown and foraged ingredients; it's a great place to try kokoda, or opt for the divine fresh prawns with ota (a local bush fern) and chef-squeezed...

Top ChoicePub in Nadi

Ed’s Bar

It doesn't look like much, but this is one of Nadi’s best drinking spots. Cheap beer, friendly crew, pool tables and the occasional live band draw locals and visiting social animals. Tables outside fill by early...

Top ChoiceFusion in Pacific Harbour

Baka Blues Cafe

New Orleans blues accompanies the Cajun-influenced menu at this restaurant, which is the marketplace's standout offering. There's live music on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evenings.

Hindu Site in Suva

Mariamma Temple

The South Indian fire-walking festival is held here during July or August. Of all Fiji's cultural rituals, the extraordinary art of fire walking is perhaps the most impressive. Watching men display the poise of a...

National Park in Sigatoka Sand Dunes

Sigatoka Sand Dunes

One of Fiji's natural highlights, these impressive dunes are a ripple of peppery monoliths skirting the shoreline near the mouth of the Sigatoka River. Windblown and rugged, they stand around 5km long, up to 1km...

Historic Site in Upper Sigatoka Valley

Tavuni Hill Fort

Tavuni Hill Fort

Although there are many forts like it scattered all over Fiji, Tavuni Hill Fort is the most accessible for visitors. Built in the 18th century by Tongan chief Maile Latumai, this fort was a defensive site used in...

Religious in Suva

South Indian Fire-Walking Festival

The extraordinary South Indian fire-walking festival is held at the Mariamma Temple annually in either July or August. On the day of the ritual, yellow-clad devotees gather at Suva Point, near the National...

Park in Suva

Albert Park

Charles Kingsford Smith was the first aviator to cross the Pacific, flying in his little Fokker trimotor, The Southern Cross, from California to Australia. The longest leg of the flight was the 34-hour trip from...

Village in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park


The rocky 4WD road to Navilawa hugs the Sabeto River, and there are some perfect swimming holes and waterfalls to plunge in: ask permission first from any locals you see. The village is set in an old volcanic...

Landmark in Suva

Parliament of Fiji

Parliament of Fiji

Opened in June 1992, the parliament complex must be one of the world’s most striking political hubs. It was designed in the post-1987 atmosphere. The aim of maintaining indigenous Fijian values is apparent...