After spending some great days on the Yasawa Islands and Beachcomber Island, we really wanted to spend a few more days on the main island Viti Levu on the Coral Coast.» Read the full blog post
Travel Reports » Fiji
The island state of Fiji lies in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, more than 2,000 km from the Australian mainland and consists of a total of 332 individual islands, of which only a good third are inhabited. Fiji has about 900,000 inhabitants and is called “Viti” in the language of the natives. The main islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu cover almost 90% of the country’s surface and, like most of the Fiji Islands, are of volcanic origin, while the smaller islands were formed from coral reefs. In total, the island state with a coastline of 1,129 kilometres and 18,333 square kilometres of wonderful scenery is waiting to be discovered. The highest mountain in the archipelago is Mount Tomanivi on the island of Viti Levu, at 1,324 metres. The capital is Suva and other important cities are Nasinu, Lautoka, Nausori and Nadi. The most attractive destinations for tourists are small resort islands on the Mamanucas, the Yasawas or beaches of the Coral Coast on the main island Viti Levu.
Today our island hopping continued in Fiji and we were taken around noon from our Hotel Coralview Resort on the island of Tavewa with a small tender boat to the pier of the Yasawa flyer in the lagoon.» Read the full blog post
Of course, we also wanted to take the opportunity to get to know the underwater world of Fiji and the Yasawa Islands. Therefore we had booked 3 dives on site, which we divided into 2 days.» Read the full blog post
The most attractive destinations for tourists are the small resort islands on the Mamanucas, the Yasawas or the beaches of the Coral Coast on the main island of Viti Levu. For our first 4 nights we chose the Coralview Island Resort on the island of Tavewa in the very north of the Yasawa Islands.» Read the full blog post
Today at 10am our plane with Virgin Australia went from Melbourne in Australia to Nadi on the island of Fiji – our first destination in the South Seas. This was the 32nd flight of our world tour and it lasted a good 5 hours.» Read the full blog post