|Feejee Five - 12 days|
|Triple Treat - 10 days|
|Mangos and Mantarays - 8 days|
|Lei Low - 6 days|
|Whole Hula - 4 days|
|Coral Coaster - 3 days|
Mmmm, tastiness! Indigenous Fijian, Polynesian, Indian, Chinese, and Western cuisene are found throughout the country reflecting Fiji’s multicultural tastes absorbed from its variety of immigrants over the last 200 years. Carbohydrates and local fruit/veggies play a big part in all Fijians diets and most locals take advantage of the abundance of sea food and so should you. While in Fiji you will have the opportunity to experience a few new foods, but just in case you are a bit picky there are always Western dishes available.
Fiji is a group of volcanic islands. Of the 322 islands and 522 smaller islets making up the archipelago, about 106 are permanently inhabited. Fiji with peaks up to 1300 m rising abruptly from the shore, and covered with tropical forests; Mount Tomanivi (formerly known as Mount Victoria) is the highest mountain in Fiji at 4,341 feet or 1,324 meters. More than half of Fiji's population lives on the island coasts, either in Suva or in smaller urban centers. The interior is sparsely populated because of its rough terrain.
The main river systems, the Rewa, Navua, Sigatoka, and Ba, all have their headwaters in the central mountain area.
If you have booked a Bula Pack (a welcome pack), then getting to your Nadi accommodation is a piece of cake: once through customs make your way to the Feejee Experience meet and greet stand clearly labelled with ‘Feejeee Experience’ branding. Then they will properly greet you in Fijian and guide you to our 24-hour Feejee Experience meet and greet office where you will pick-up your ticket and information packet. The staff will introduce you to your driver where you will be transported in a exclusive vehicle to your accommodation for the night.
If you do not have a Bula Pack, then once you have cleared customers make your way to the 24-hour Feejee Experience meet and greet office where you will pick-up your ticket and information packet. From there if you have pre-booked your own accommodation there will be a shuttle for you to take. However, if you have not pre-booked your Nadi accommodation you can always hop-on a shuttle to a particular accommodation and book once you have arrived there at the accommodation.
Guns are illegal in Fiji and persons found with them could be fined severely and sentenced to jail!. Hence one of the reasons why this tropical paradise is so safe. A tourist's chances of being robbed or assaulted in Fiji are a lot lower than in the centres of most large American or Europeans cities, but caution is still advised. We still recommend you observe the same precautions with your personal safety and possessions as you would in any other country or at home (travel insurance is a good start). Do not leave valuables in your room or unattended elsewhere, most resorts have lockers in the rooms and all resorts have a safe at the reception for guests. You should be extremely cautious about accepting an offer to have any drinks or kava outside a bar/resort or to be given a late-night lift back to their accommodation in an unregistered taxi. If something goes wrong when travelling with Feejee Experience please notify your Driver or Guide and stay in the safety in numbers. For more information please visit the Fiji police website www.police.gov.fj.
Fiji has no dangerous insects and its plentiful mosquitoes do not carry malaria! The only dangerous animal in Fiji is the bolo snake; although venomous it is extremely rare to see one..
There are a lot of little detail and etiquette when it comes to Fiji custom on entering a village. Your Guide will thoroughly go through this on your visit to any of the villages, but here are some of the basics:
• Dress modestly. Wear a shirt with sleeves that cover your shoulders and cleavage. Also, be sure to wear a sulu or sarong (both men and women).
• Do not wear sun glasses or hats into the village.
• Check with your Guide if it is okay to take photos in the village.
• Bring kava (don’t worry every village we visit on the Feejee Experience trip, your Guide has already purchased this on the groups behalf.)
Electric current in Fiji is 240 volts, 50 cycles. The plugs are the angled two-prong types used in Australia and New Zealand. Outlets have a separate on/off switches mounted next to them.
The benefits are simple; the biggest island in Fiji or mainland provides comforts. Viti Levu has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and due to the fact they are on the main island away from most tourist destinations they are clean and untouched. Travelling on the main island also allows you to save heaps more than you would on the island! Goods, food, etc are all cheaper where they are made and that is Viti Levu. 85% of the Fijian people live on Viti Levu, which means you will meet and mingle with a lot of them on Feejee Experience!