The mere mention of Fiji inspires sun-soaked daydreams filled with powdery sands, aquamarine seas, and gently swaying palms. You’ll enjoy a relaxing three night resort stay in this multicultural town, where you’ll enjoy lush landscapes, dazzling reefs, thundering waterfalls, and warm, friendly people. You’ll enjoy six Included Features and Cultural Discoveries, including a traditional meke performance and kava ceremony. When you’re not participating in a tour, relax at your Superior First-Class resort, featuring a private beach, pool, international health spa, and more. This special Pacific island resort stopover is the perfect way to extend your Fijian journey before heading home.
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Fly from Auckland to Nadi, Fiji
Fly to Nadi, Fiji, today and transfer to your resort hotel. After checking in, you’ll be treated to a Welcome Drink before spending the rest of the day at leisure. The hotel’s private beach or swimming pool may beckon, or perhaps you’ll wish to avail yourself of the on-site spa.
Discover the culture of Fiji on a Nadi tour, including a village visit
Fiji is renowned for its Edenic beauty — the name itself evokes visions of paradise. The island also has a vibrant, fascinating culture and friendly people, which we’ll experience firsthand on a sightseeing tour to Sabeto Village the includes a visit to a village school. Enjoy an afternoon at your leisure before dinner at the hotel this evening.
Indian temple, lunch in an Orchid Garden, and a choir concert
Today you’ll stop at an Indian temple before savoring a light lunch at the South Sea Orchid Garden and enjoying some Fijian entertainment in the form of the traditional meke dance. After returning to the hotel, the rest of the day is at your leisure.
Soak in the Fijian culture and participate in a kava ceremony before flying home
You’ll enjoy one last experience today: a cultural visit to a Fijian village, where you'll learn about Fijian history and lifestyle before the introduction of Christianity. You'll be welcomed by warriors in traditional dress before a local guide shows you around different bures (traditional wood-and-straw huts), the chief’s home, and a cultural gallery. You’ll witness how traditional food is cooked in an underground oven called a lovo. You'll also be invited to participate in a kava ceremony — a vital custom when visiting any village. Your cultural tour concludes with a delicious lovo buffet lunch!
Following the tour, you’ll return to the hotel for a leisurely afternoon of rest and relaxation. You’ll have a late check-out before transferring to the airport in the evening to begin your journey home and reflect on a remarkable experience in the South Pacific.