Fijians celebrate Christmas with a huge lovo feast (cooked underground) and plates full of palusami (spiced mutton wrapped in taro leaves and cooked in coconut cream). Yummy!
Fiji is a tropical paradise. But that lush green paradise comes with quite a few rainy days. The rainy season runs throughout summer, from November through to April when temperatures peak, humidity is high, and afternoon showers cleanse the earth and bring life back to wilted plants.
All-inclusive holidays are a great way to explore the world without breaking the bank. Book an all-inclusive trip with Hoot Holidays and the only thing you have to worry about is what to pack. We look after the rest.
So you think you know Fiji? Here are eight activities worth adding to your Fiji bucket list.
The ‘perfect holiday’ means different things to different people. But there are some traits to a Fijian holiday that really make it one to remember, no matter your holiday style.
First thing is first, it’s pronounced nan-di. Secondly, put it on your travel list immediately. Here are five reasons to visit Fiji’s Nadi now:
Take the kids, and take the grandparents. There are plenty of things to do in Fiji for everyone. More than one-third of Australians now holiday with multi-generations. Hoot’s inclusive Fiji holiday packages make travelling easy.
Every resort has a kids club, and they’re jam-packed with seriously cool kids activities. Take the Outrigger for example… When I walked into the Litter Riggers kids club, six kids were face down in plates of ice cream having an eating competition – that’s far cooler than hanging out with boring Mum and Dad.
Rosie’s has taken personal space to a new level. There are three of us riding shotgun in a bus that caters for 30 as we cruise down windy roads with our Rosie's driver,
I never thought I’d be jealous of coral, but Nick tells me the squishy guy I am looking at has five stomachs with five mouths, all of which need to be fed.