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Restaurants and Lodging Mamanuca Islands

Mamanuca Islands Restaurants and Lodging

The island chain closest to Nadi, there is a wide selection of resorts on the Mamanucas, catering in every budget.


Restaurants and Lodging Outer Islands

Restaurants and Lodging

Outer islands hotels and restaurants

Although there are no free-standing restaurants in the Yasawa Islands, every resort offers dining opportunities or meal plans. The food tends to be of the highest gourmet quality to match the impressive views! Note that most resorts in the Yasawas only offer meals to their guests.


Restaurants and Lodging Viti Levu

Viti Levu Hotels and Restaurants

The remoteness of the resorts on Viti Levu means that finding stand-alone restaurants outside of large towns can be difficult! The best dining options in Nadi are around Denarau Island, with Indian curries and Asian dishes being the most common.


Why Visit Fiji

Why Visit Fiji

One of the most developed countries in the South Pacific, yet with only a third of her islands inhabited, Fiji is a unique, English-speaking, destination. The country is able to offer honeymooners the comforts and activities they want - such as upscale resorts, fantastic restaurants and various water sports - without the things they don' bulging crowds and high prices.



Tahiti is the main island. The group of islands is also often called French Polynesia and a listing of popular activities throughout it can be found under our popular activities page.


Best Time to Visit

Best Time of Year to Go to Tahiti

The best time of year to travel to Tahiti - which is also the peak season - is during their winter, especially the months of June through August. This also corresponds to the North American wedding season.


Common Tahitian Words

Common Tahitian words

Although English is widely spoken in resorts, restaurants and touristy areas, learning a few phrases in Tahitian will endear you to the locals...and help you understand words like motu and marae, which are often incorporated in signs and brochures!