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Port Denarau is your gateway to Viti Levu, the largest island in Fiji. Fiji has been justly described as the "Crossroads of the Pacific." The islands' culture is a fascinating amalgam of Melanesian, Micronesian, Polynesian, Western and Indian influences. But what draws the traveler to Fiji is its beauty. Viti Levu offers some of the finest scenery in the entire South Pacific, from the emerald rainforests of the Nausori Highlands to the reef-fringed coral cays in the Mamanucas. The crystalline waters of the Pacific also provide some of the world's best diving and fishing.Port Denarau is located on the west coast of Viti Levu, the largest of Fiji's islands. William Bligh charted the west coast of the island in 1789 - after the mutineers of HMS Bounty had cast him adrift. Fiji offered no refuge - its people were renowned cannibals.
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The outer Fiji islands are the hidden jewels of the country. ith exotic names such as Beqa, Kadavu, Ovalau and Taveuni, many of these islands offer relaxation, stunning beauty and water activities.
Spread out over 1,606 acres, the park features sand dunes that rise to a height of 60 feet and is home to fruit bats, geckos, and over 22 species of birds.
An ecological preserve located on Viti Levu and home to Fiji's birds, retiles, tropical fish, the Fiji Flying Fox, insects, butterflies and a wide range of trees and shrubs.
The only passenger train service on the island that uses two restored sugar-cane locomotives for a variety of tours on narrow-gauge railroads through the cane fields, across bridges, and along the coast.
The late American actor Raymond Burr founded the garden to house his collection of rare orchids. Today, the garden boasts one of the world's largest orchid collections with over 2,000 varieties.
The three-part complex is the largest Hindu temple in the Southern Hemisphere dedicated to the deity Murugan. The statue, carved in India, is housed in the main temple.
Many Fijians live communally in bures, single room buildings with bamboo woven walls and thatch roofs. Families eat, sleep and work in these single rooms. Kitchens are separate with firewood ovens on the ground.
A full luxury resort on the private Yanuca Island, this 109-acre resort is surrounded by pristine white beaches, turquoise lagoons, and swaying palm trees.
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