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Cloud 9 is situated in the crystal clear waters of the outer Mamanuca Reef. Cloud 9 is Fiji’s Ibeza style floating platform. The atmosphere is pumped! You can enjoy fabulous swimming, sunbathing on huge day beds and the fully stocked bar. The lunch includes a lovely wood fired pizza, two beers/wines or juices (snorkeling and watersports are charged separately). It´s suitable for all age groups.

Excitor cruises at 30 knots (60kph) through most sea conditions, Excitor thrives in choppy seas giving its passengers a smooth safe ride. The semi-sheltered waters of the Mamanuca group out from Denarau are the ideal conditions for everyone to enjoy this trip. Adverse conditions may create sidespray. Excitor’s style and presence offers a definite point of difference to other vessels operating from Denarau with its superior speed.

Your tour includes complimentary bottled water and sunscreen for everyone on board.

desde 103,21 €

There’s no better way to experience a culture than to jump right in with the locals. Get a unique perspective on Fijian traditions with this Sunday tour that takes you from a morning church service through to an intimate lunch with a local family. This is the ultimate anti-tourist experience that will take you far away from the resorts and island bars and deep into the heart of what makes Fiji’s people so wonderful.

Start your Sunday Fiji tour by joining a church congregation for the day’s service. Your guide will brief you on the dos and don’ts and give you a history lesson of the islands’ religious practices. This is an extremely intimate opportunity that will make you not just a visitor, but a part of the local community. In addition to taking part in the sermon and readings, you’ll meet local children attending Sunday school and hear the sounds of Fiji’s rich musical heritage by listening to the church choir perform.

Please note that a collection plate will be passed around, for donations to assist with running the church. It is not mandatory to donate; however, if you feel that you want to give a dollar or two, you’re most welcomed to.

Once the service is over and as you bid goodbye to members of the congregation, you’ll meet the family that will host a Sunday lunch with you in their home. The term “bula” is something you’ll hear everywhere in Fiji. It means hello, goodbye, welcome, love, life, and more, and it often is used to sum up the vibe of Fiji itself. One of the best ways to understand the bula spirit is to visit a family — because bula originates from within the family.

You’ll sit and enjoy a cosy meal with a local family, during which time you’ll have the chance to learn about their cultural traditions and history. In Fiji, meals are traditionally eaten sitting on the living room floor, with food spread out on a tablecloth in the middle of the group. Expect lots of good (and filling!) food, laughs, smiles, and warm hospitality.After your meal and conversation, your guide will take you back to your hotel, and you can spend the rest of your Sunday exploring on your own.

Visita el pueblo de Vusama, uno de los lugares más históricos de Fiyi, ubicado en el río Tuva. Te daremos la bienvenida en una tradicional casa llamada «bure» y asistirás a la sevu-sevu, la ceremonia de beber la kava de Fiyi. Tendrás la oportunidad de explorar el pueblo y, tal vez, hacer algún amigo local.

Tras el recorrido por el pueblo, te reunirás con el equipo y pondrás rumbo a una nueva aventura: ¡a capturar cangrejos de barro de camino a la isla de Robinson Crusoe! Una vez allí, podrás relajarte en la isla y disfrutar de actividades como esnórquel, kayak, darte un baño y mucho más. Por la tarde, nuestra tripulación te enseñará a cocinar tu captura de la mañana usando únicamente ingredientes naturales de la isla.

Disfruta de una paseo en barco de media hora por la jungla, admira tejidos, forma parte de una demonstración de tallado y alfarería, pasea por la jungla y visita un antiguo emplazamiento de cerámica.

This wonderful island in the mamanuca’s is one of Fiji’s true gems. Cruise through the Mamanuca islands before meandering through the lagoon that surround mana. Step ashore and take a deep breath: you’re truly in the middle of Fiji’s beautiful islands now!

The island is home to an extensive resort with three separate beach areas, crystal clear waters, lots of shady palm trees, poolside bars and loungers.
Enjoy snorkelling and a range of water sports on the lagoon side or laze on the quieter north beach. Here you can enjoy beautiful views out over uninhabited islands or soak up the sun on sunset beach.
A barbecue lunch with a buffet of salads and fresh fruit is included.

desde 100,69 €

Cruise out to Castaway on our high speed catamaran. The beauty of the resort with its perfect white sand and swaying palms stretches before you as you are welcomed ashore. Enjoy lazing in the sun beneath the trees and wander along the soft sand. Snorkel straight off the beach in the crystal clear waters and over vibrant coral reefs. The perfect end to a perfect day. For lunch enjoy castaway's tropical two course a la carte or buffet lunch served in the beachside restaurant.

desde 107,26 €

For an intimate glimpse into Fijian culture, spend the day at historic Robinson Crusoe Island, a former sacred retreat for Fijian natives and their Chief. Meet the locals, explore the village, snorkel among coral reefs, and feast like Fijian kings—all during this leisurely island adventure.

Greet your guide and head for the jetty—passing friendly villages and sugar cane fields along the way. Board your awaiting boat for a short 35-minute ride to Robinson Crusoe Island. Upon arrival, step into the village dotted with traditional thatched bures, where an island warrior warmly welcomes you, before you set off to choose your day's available activities.

Begin with a village tour or watch a live coconut tree climbing demo. Take advantage of the abundant gardens of coral reefs and tropical Pacific fish that ring the island and head out for an afternoon snorkel. If relaxation if on your mind, simply laze in the sun under a swaying palm along a stretch of soft white sand, or admire the island's tranquil blue lagoon.

For lunch, indulge in a sumptuous ‘’lovo’’ feast, a traditional smorgasbord including barbecued chicken, just-caught fish, fresh salads, and local fruits. Later, a real treat follows with a thrilling live performance of fire and knife dancing—a perfect way to cap off your island day trip.

River Canoeing
Navua to begin a journey to a world away from the cares of modern living and exhilarating cruise up the beautiful Navua river, past villages, farm lands, pristine tropical rainforest, deep gourges/canyons, meandering rapids and numerous cascading waterfalls & come across wild river ducks, white and black heron and other native birds.

Fijian Village Tour
A Fijian warrior will escort you to the village meeting house (bure). Experience age-old customs and traditions, a customary welcome yaqona (kava) ceremony which will be performed for you. History of village established by lone Englishman john Humphrey Dan ford, early 1800's war dance performances by the young men of the village native root crops, fruits, vegetables, herbal medicine and kava plants join in ""taralala & tuboto"" (snake dance) village handicraft souvenir shopping witness unearthing of your lovo lunch (cooked underground) woman plating Fijian mats village pre-school kindi woman folk dances coconut by-products tapa painting farewell song.

Magical Waterfall
Navua river's biggest waterfall, a 5minute walk, into the wilderness to get to the first pool for the more adventurous, our guides are there to help you to get to the bigger falls discover Fiji tours has the sole right from native owners to use these waterfalls.

Bamboo Rafting
Leisurely ride on the unsinkable ""hms bilibili“. Explore the only way use by our ancestors before roads or motors were introduced. A re-enactment of centuries old only means of transport down river.

desde 83,49 €

Get a taste for island life with this drool-worthy Fiji food tour that takes you from traditional cuisine through to modern fusion. Along the way, learn about Fiji folklore as you sample delicious specialties from local eateries. With such a multi-racial make-up, the Fiji Islands are home to dishes from around the globe, including Chinese, Indian, and European — but all served and styled with a South Pacific flair.

Discover Fijian cuisine — as well as Fiji’s take on international dishes —on this locally led food tour. Your Fiji food tour will kick off in the suburb of Martintar, where you’ll sample some dishes and enjoy a cocktail at an Indian-Thai restaurant praised for its curry.

From there, you’ll head to a restaurant that specializes in authentic French dishes — the only one of its kind in Fiji. Try specialties like beef bourguignon, pomme tarte tatin, and rustic homemade terrine, just to name a few mouthwatering starters for what is to be a great food-filled evening.

Next up on your Fiji food tour, dive into the country’s culinary history with a stop at an indigenous-owned and operated restaurant that specializes in Fijian cuisines. Sample local dishes and learn what makes South Pacific cuisine so different from the rest of the world.

For a taste of Fiji’s up-and-coming food scene, you’ll head to a trendy bar and restaurant that serves up an original mix of locally sourced Mediterranean-Fijian fusion. The setting is superbly stylish and the strong wine list will help you to really savour the taste of your food.

Of course, we’ve saved the best for last: finish up your Fiji food tour with dessert. You’ll head to one of Nadi’s bakeries, which sells some of the best cheesecakes, cakes, cupcakes, and other sweets to be found in Fiji. If you’ve got room, dig into your dessert right away or, if you still need some time to digest dinner, bring your sugary treat back to your hotel for a sweet midnight snack later.

Pick-up from the ex-Radisson Fiji for the Cultural Heritage Tour – The tour begins with a scenic drive through the picturesque sugar cane fields, local villages and farm settlements until we arrive at the historical Viseisei Village, a traditional Fijian village believed to be where some of the first Fijians landed. Enjoy a fascinating guided tour through this village. We continue onto the Gardens of the Sleeping Giant which houses Raymond Burr’s magnificent collection of orchids. After we will stop in Nadi Town for a shopping break followed by a visit to an Indian temple. When the tour comes to an end, you will be dropped off back at the hotel.

Starts off with a scenic drive through the fertile sugar cane fields, local villages and farm settlements to the historical Viseisei Village, a traditional Fijian village believed to be where the first Fijians landed, a guided tour inside the village.

Continue on to the Gardens of the Sleeping Giant which houses Raymond Burr's magnificent collection of orchids. A stop in Nadi Town for shopping, later visit an Indian temple.

desde 40,98 €

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