One of the ultimate beach holiday destinations in the world, Fiji is located in the South Pacific Ocean and comprised of 332 islands. Its crystal clear waters, lush foliage, and remote location make it the idea place to unwind and show off your tan. While you may choose to relax, scuba dive, and swim at a single resort during your stay, there are plenty of awesome adventures to be had if you choose to explore. Read on to learn about some of Fiji’s top attractions (and don’t forget to take your Sunescape Self-Tan Mousse in Week in Fiji along on holiday)!

1. Lavena Coastal Walk (Taveuni Island)
Follow this well-marked path from Lavena Village to the Wainibau Waterfall for a few hours of gorgeous rain forest and ocean views – complete with suspension bridge. If you’re up for the challenge, you can even kayak back to the village!

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2. Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple (Nadi)
Head over to this stunningly painted Hindu temple for vibrant art and architectural design. Learn more about Fiji’s Indian heritage, and stop for a vegetarian meal at the café.

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3. Tavoro Waterfalls (Taveuni Island)
Originating at the Bouma National Park Visitors Centre, this walk will guide you to three beautiful waterfalls. Pack your camera and a picnic lunch, and spend half a day taking in the sight of these otherworldly falls.

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4. Castaway Island Day Trip (Castaway Island)
You can visit this breathtaking island by boat or helicopter, and treat yourself to a night in the award-winning resort. If you’re the active type, the island offers everything from parasailing and jet skiing to snorkelling and paddle boarding.

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5. Garden of the Sleeping Giant (Nadi)
Find inner peace by exploring these colourful, orchid-studded gardens. Take a walk to the waterfall, relax next to tranquil ponds, or swing on the swings. There are even hammocks available for those who want to meditate (or dose off)!

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6. Sawa-I-Lau Caves (Yasawa Island)
A unique, magical experience, these rock caves create cathedral-like formations above your head. If you can handle swimming through a small tunnel to access these incredible caves, you should definitely make the trip.

Saiwalu Caves
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7. Ulunikoro Marine Conservation Area (Kadavu Island)
If you’ve ever wanted to swim with manta rays, now’s your chance! This lovely conservation area is the perfect place to adventure and sit down with a picnic lunch.

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8. Flora Tropica Gardens (Savusavu)
These beautiful tropical gardens are home to hundreds of species of palm trees, an array of exotic flowers, and a pond of water lilies. Wander at your own pace or take a guided tour, and enjoy the lush forest canopy.

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9. Sigatoka Sand Dunes (Sigatoka)
If you’re up for a challenge or are looking for some exercise, hike the sand dunes for a wonderful ocean view. Go in the early morning or evening for the best weather, as there’s no shade along the trail.

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10. Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool (Nadi)
Unwind with a mud bath followed by a dip in the hot springs for a natural, pampering experience. The experience costs only 10 Fijian Dollars and you can stay as long as you’d like!

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