FIJI VACATION GUIDE πŸ‡«πŸ‡―πŸ FUN, FOOD & ADVENTURE in Nadi Coral Coast

Welcome to Fiji!

Our first morning on the Viti Levu island put some things into perspective. It was hot, it was humid, and everyone was saying Bula!, which made us realize we had really left New Zealand.

For breakfast, we decided on some Muesli and milk, which also tasted different. I guess we were experiencing our first culture shock in 2 years.

But, honestly, it wasn’t bad. Far from it. We were in a tropical paradise, surrounded by turquoise waters, jungle-like vegetation, and super friendly people.

Sigatoka Local Market and Fii Grocery Store

Before lunch, we visited the local market accompanied by the lovely Home Exchange caretaker, Punam. We got some fresh produce and then headed towards the store to get the rest of the ingredients we needed for the lunch Punam was going to prepare for us.

Punam, who is of Indian descent, taught us how to cook a very delicious curry and traditional roti (Indian flatbread). Fijians really take hospitality to the next level!Β 

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Back to our day, which was far from over, and it was now time to dip our toes in the warm Pacific Ocean waters and soak up the sun.

After we freshened up, we continued our tour along the coast and stopped at a local store to do a little souvenir shopping.

Biausevu Waterfall and Local Village Visit

Day 3 started early for us because we had to get ready to visit a local village and the famous Biausevu Waterfall. There were a few options on how to reach the waterfall, but we decided to walk with a guide since it was only 2km.Β 

Just walking there was so exciting. Imagine meeting foreigners in the middle of the jungle on a super hot day! So worth it, especially because the sight was amazing. We took a swim, and the girls even jumped off of the waterfall.

Back in the village, we got some jewelry and souvenirs handmade by the locals and continued on to our next adventure.

Kayaking with Avis Car Rentals

We wanted to try kayaking, and thanks to Avis Car Rentals, we were in the water in no time. If you ever come to Fiji, we highly suggest you rent a car at Avis.Β 

Tired but very happy, we returned to our Home Exchange to do some school work at the Crimson Global Academy.

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