Writer Rupert Brooke claimed that in the South Pacific Seas, "the Creator seems to have laid himself out to show what He can do". Indeed, upon your arrival at Fiji's 322 islands, you too will be convinced you have reached Earth's Eden. One look at the sun drenched beaches, the swaying palm trees, and the rugged cliffs plunging into the cerulean lagoons and the two of you will redefine paradise.

Unleash your adventurous spirit and explore. A honeymoon in Fiji offers it all -- from snorkeling and scuba diving across its reef-strewn waters, to windsurfing and white water rafting. Or you can stray from the coast and wander the mountainous terrain of Fiji's rainforests. Rest assured, your efforts will be well rewarded. You may reach your destination to discover the steaming, secluded natural hot springs that are the result of Fiji's volcanic craters. For those looking for a more refreshing reward for their exertions, choose a trail where you'll unearth one of Fiji's waterfall-filled lagoons.

Don't feel like packing your hiking boots? We'll agree it's hard to tear yourself from the feeling of warm, white sand between your toes. Head for the hammock underneath the palms, where you may find that watching the last rays of a setting sun playing upon the water's surface is all the entertainment you'll need. Whether you're stealing away to your own private beach, or watching the full moon rise from your overwater bungalow, Fiji provides a honeymoon that is quite simply unforgettable.

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Tips and advices

Tips and advices

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  • WHEN TO VISIT: The best time to visit is during the "dry season," from May to October, which consequently has the highest airfare and accommodation rates. For better deals, avoid the peak months of June through August. Also check out a lunar calendar when choosing the time of your visit. The full moon over the water can be breathtakingly beautiful. The sun's setting rays seem to hit the water just right during the solstice times of September and the end of March.
  • LANGUAGE: Impress the locals with your effort to learn the language. Here are some Fijian basics: Hello | Bula | (boo-lah)
  • STAYING CONNECTED: Local Time: When in Fiji, you're a day ahead of the folks back home. The time difference is 17 hours between New York and Fiji; 20 hours between Los Angeles and Fiji.
  • Cellphones in Fiji: Only T-Mobile and AT&T Wireless use a wireless technology compatible with Fiji's. Call to find out if your account can be activated for international roaming.
  • CURRENCY: Fiji Dollar, equivalent to approximately US$.52. Withdraw local currency upon arrival at the 24 hour ANZ Bank ATM at the Nadi airport international arrivals terminal. All you will need is a MasterCard or Visa debit or credit card. If you can, ask for some smaller bills, which come in handy for taxis and transportation. Many businesses in Fiji will add a 3-5% charge on your bill for the use of a credit card, and may dole out a similar discount with the use of cash. Before you pay, ask if there is a charge, or a discount for using cash. At the end of your stay, put your leftover currency toward paying the hotel bill. That will save the time and money of exchanging it at the airport.
  • TRANSPORTATION: Fiji's location in the South Pacific makes it a true paradise escape from the world, however, it also means an 11 hour flight from Los Angeles. Consider splurging on a seat with extra legroom, or stay comfortable by getting up and stretching your legs every 60-90 minutes. Driving is on the left hand side throughout Fiji. Speed limits are 80 kmph on highways and 50kmph in the towns. Seat belts are required and talking on cell phones while driving is illegal. Not all taxis have meters, and many drivers in Nadi are paid on a salary basis, as opposed to per fare, so try settling on a fare to your destination before setting out.
  • Be on the look-out for signs proclaiming "Tourist Information Center" as it is most likely a tourist operator interested in pushing its own services. The official non-profit tourist centers are operated by the Fiji Visitors Bureau, with locations in Nadi and Suva.
  • Tipping is generally discouraged in Fiji, and not required except for exceptional service. However, many Fijians have come to realize that Americans are accustomed to tipping.
  • Wines and liquor tend to be slightly more expensive on the islands due to import duties. Consider stocking up on your two allotted bottles at the airport's duty-free shops. Fiji does brew its own beer. Choose from the Fiji Bitter beer, or Fiji Gold, a lighter option. Almost as popular as the local beer is yaqona or "grog", a national, slightly narcotic drink usually served in coconut shells.

DON'T FORGET

  • Sunscreen and raincoat for the tropical climate
  • Reef shoes/sturdy sandals to protect your feet while snorkeling
  • Insect repellant (It is often found just in the city pharmacies)
  • Reading materials. Bookstores are rare outside of the cities
  • An underwater camera to capture the colorful coral scenes playing out under the waves
  • If you're prone to seasickness, prepare with either a pill, patch or wristband because you're bound to take a couple of boat rides during your stay in the islands.

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