Fiji Museum#6 in Best Things To Do in Fiji
The Fiji Museum tells the history of the archipelago with artifacts that span 3,700 years. From cannibal forks to shell jewelry to Indian artwork, the items here showcase a long and diverse history.
Recent visitors said the museum is well done and gives a great overview of Fijian culture and history. Several lauded the on-site gift store. As an added bonus, the museum is easily accessible on foot.
You'll find this museum in the town of Suva on Viti Levu. Admission is about FJ$10 (or about $5) for adults. The museum welcomes visitors Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except on Fridays when it closes early at 4 p.m. For more information, visit the Fiji Museum's website.
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#1 Coral Coast
If you're looking for a beautiful, central place to stay and enjoy the beach, the Coral Coast is a good bet. You'll find it on the southwest side of Viti Levu. Along its pearly white sands, you'll spot resorts and hotels galore. But even if you're not staying at one of these, you can access the shoreline from Queens Road, which runs between Nadi and Suva. Be sure to bring water, snacks and sunscreen with you, especially if you're not staying in one of the adjacent properties.
Energetic travelers will love the Coral Coast for its athletic offerings, such as Ecotrax, which offers rail-mounted push carriages that take visitors through lush Fijian landscapes. Visitors can also immerse themselves in Fijian culture for a day with the Fiji Heritage and Culture tour which takes visitors to places such as a pottery village and Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park. For more information, visit the website.
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