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About Fiji

Fiji, a country in the South Pacific, is an archipelago of more than 300 islands. Historians note that Fiji was originally settled by Austronesians and later by Melanesians, with some Polynesian influences. The first European contact with Fiji was during the 17th century (when Dutch explorer Abel Tasman came across the islands during his voyage […]



CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Suva: Axis Rental: +679 966 5164 Central Rentals: +679 999 3787 Coastal: +679 777 8516 Freedom Rentals Ltd.: +679 999 6013 Go Easy Rentals: +679 809 5857 Pacific Tours Rental Car: +679 942 1110 Rajs Car Hire Services: +679 999 3798


Albert Park

Albert Park (Victoria Parade, Suva) – it was named after Prince Albert, the Consort of Queen Victoria of Great Britain, to whom the country was ceded to in 1874. It was originally constructed as a cricket ground back in the 1880s. It has since hosted sporting events, national celebrations, visiting dignitaries, and was even the […]


Cloud 9

Cloud 9 (Roro Reef, off Malolo Island, Mamanuca Islands) — If there is one bar to visit in Fiji, this is it. It is the only two-level platforms floating bar that is fully stocked with amazing cocktails, beers and wine as well as a wood fire pizza oven. Considering it’s in the middle of the […]


B26 Bomber Wreck

B26 Bomber Wreck (Beachcomber Island) – this small island located off the west coast of Fiji Island has an unusual offshore site. Scattered across the sea floor near this island are the remains of a downed B26 bomber aircraft. Tourists conducting diving excursions in this area will come across pieces and entire wing sections & […]


Bilo Gun Batteries / Bunkers

Bilo Gun Batteries / Bunkers (Lami, Fiji Island) — an important part of the Fiji Defence Force during this time was the Bilo Battery Gun Site. The Bilo Battery, located at Lami (in the outskirts of Suva) was constructed in January of 1941 to defend Suva Harbour from any Japanese military attacks. The Bilo Battery […]