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plane your vacation in fiji?Triple Treat – 9 Days Multi Island Pass.

Nadi, Viti Levu – Fiji 
Duration: 9 days
Maximum Number Of Travelers: 9
Prices Start At                  $810 USD56,700 INR
This trip available only for group of people, minimum 4 persons , wednasday and
saturday of each month
.

9 Day /8 Night trip which includes 9 days travel around Viti Levu Island, Robinson Crusoe Island, Beachcomber Island and Barefoot Manta! Are you game? Soak up Fiji’s seductive outdoors with a 9-day tour of its main island to dip you in its biggest coastal waterfall, a historical tour of an ancient snake cave, treks through tropical jungle, snorkels among manta rays at Barefoot Manta and parties on the local Ibiza of Beachcomber Island. The healing elements of hot mud pool and spectacular knife and fire dancing further compliment Fiji’s rich cultures.

 

 

Visiting Fiji Today

 

 

Despite its history of political and racial turmoil, dating back almost 3500 years, the

islands of Fiji have remained an excellent tourist destination. There are so many good

reasons to plan your visit. The island is filled with so many traditions and customs. It is

important, however, that visitors follow the appropriate dress code and etiquette.

 

The people of Fiji are known as some of the most friendly and hospitable of any of the

islands in the South Pacific. While islanders may disagree on many issues, they are

universal in their recognition of the importance of the tourist trade to their islands’

future. In fact, because tourism has suffered as a result of the turmoil of recent years,

excellent travel bargains are available. For travelers wishing to escape the large number

of tourists often found elsewhere in the South Pacific, Fiji is a perfect destination.

 

In 2000 almost 300,000 visitors arrived in the islands of Fiji. While the islands are some

of the most popular vacation destinations for citizens of Australia and New Zealand, over

60,000 visitors also arrived from the United States and Canada.

Online Resources

Numerous resources are available online to assist you in planning a vacation in the

islands of Fiji. Prospective visitors should visit the official Web site of the Fiji Visitors

Bureau where you can sign up for their mailing list featuring hot deals and specials. The

Fiji Times offers excellent coverage of the current political climate in the islands.

 

While English remains the official language of Fiji, the native Fijian language is

preserved and widely spoken. Thus, when you visit Fiji, don’t be surprised when

someone walks up to you and says “bula (mbula)” which means hello and “vinaka vaka

levu (vee naka vaka layvoo)” which means thank you as they show you their

appreciation for your deciding to visit their country.

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Amazing South Pacific Dance, Knife & famous Fire Dancing Spectacular Show

 

  • Plenty of time to relax, snorkel, swim or dive on Fiji’s best beaches,

 

  • 30min Trek through tropical flat jungle

 

  • Swim in the Biggest Coastal waterfall

 

  • Suva Sightseeing – drive through

 

  • 7 chamber historical snake cave visit

 

  • Sevusevu – Fijian Kava ceremony

 

  • Village visit – interact with locals and kids

 

  • Bilibili rafting

 

  • Market visit

 

  • hot pools and mud pools

 

  • 2 Island Experience – Beachcomber & Barefoot Manta

 

 

 

Cluster of thatched roof buildings on Fiji's Coral Coast, Viti Levu Island

 

The South Pacific island nation of Fiji is not only an inviting and beautiful vacation

destination, but also its islands are home to scenic wonders, both natural and man-made,

and are the cradle of ancient myths and legends as well as modern political sagas.

 

Closeup of the ornate carvings and detailed paintings of the Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple

Fiji consists of 333 islands, about 110 of which are inhabited.

 

The two major islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, account for 87% of the

 

population of almost 883,000.

 

The capital, Suva on Viti Levu, serves as Fiji’s principal port. About three-quarters

 

of Fijians live on Viti Levu’s coasts, either in Suva or in smaller urban centers like

 

Nadi (tourism) or Lautoka (sugar cane industry).

 

Fiji’s total land mass is slightly smaller than the state of New Jersey.

 

Fiji is home to over 4,000 square miles of coral reef, including the Great Astrolabe Reef.

Fiji’s waters are home to over 1,500 species of sea life.

 

Fiji’s highest point is Mount Tomanivi at 4,344 feet.

 

Fiji receives between 400,000 and 500,000 tourists annually.

 

Fiji has 28 airports, but only four of them have paved runways.

 

English is Fiji’s official language (though Fijian is also spoken).

 

The literacy rate among adults is almost 94 percent.

 

According to ancient Fijian mythology, Fiji’s history began in 1500 BC when giant

 

war canoes arrived from Taganika north of Egypt, carrying Chief Lutunasobasoba

 

and special cargo: treasures from the Temple of King Soloman in Judah, including a

 

special box called the “Kato,” meaning case, and “Mana,” meaning Magic, which in

 

Fijian translates to “Box of Blessings.” When the box toppled into the sea in the

 

Mamanuca Islands, Lutunasobasoba gave the command not to retrieve it, but his

 

General Degei returned at a later date and tried. He only succeeded in getting a big

 

diamond that was outside the box and was immediately cursed and transformed

 

into a snake with a diamond on his head for all eternity and is trapped in an ocean

 

cave in Sawa-i-lau in the Yasawas. Fijians believe the box is still buried today in the

 

waters between Likuliku and Mana and has brought great blessings to the area’s

 

villages.

In 1643, Dutchman Abel Tasman, known for his explorations in what is now

 

Australia and New Zealand, sighted Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second largest island, but he

 

did not land.

 

In 1789, after being set adrift from Tahiti by the mutineers on his HMS Bounty,

 

Captain William Bligh and 18 other men were chased by Fijian war canoes through

 

what is now called Bligh Water. They paddled their 22-foot-long open boat hard and

 

escaped, making it to Timor.

 

About 57 percent of Fiji’s population is native Melanesian or Melanesia/Polynesian

 

mix, while 37 percent is descended from indentured Indians brought to the islands

 

in the late 19th century by the British to work the sugar cane plantations.

 

Fiji was a British colony from 1874 to 1970. Fiji became independent on 10 October

 

1970 and is a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations.

 

The flag of Fiji consists of the British Union Jack (in its upper left), which is

 

representative of the country’s long association with Great Britain. The flag’s blue

 

field is symbolic of the surrounding Pacific Ocean. The coat of arms displays a

 

golden British lion holding a cocoa pod, as well as panels displaying a palm tree,

 

sugar cane, bananas, and dove of peace.

 

Fiji’s main religion is Christian, followed by Hindu and Roman Catholic.

 

The largest Hindu temple in Fiji is the colorful Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple, one of

 

the major landmarks in Nadi.

 

Fiji’s democratic rule has been tested several times over the past four decades by

 

military and civilian coups. The first two military coups occurred in 1987 over

 

concerns that the government was being dominated by the Indian community. A

 

civilian coup occurred in May 2000, followed by the democratic election of Prime

 

Minister Laisenia Qarase, who was re-elected in May 2006. Qarase was forced out in

 

December 2006 in a military coup led by Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama, who

 

subsequently became the interim prime minister. However, Bainimarama has

 

refused to hold democratic elections.

 

INCLUSIONS:

 

This  included all activities listed below  and all transport including the boat transfers to Robinson Crusoe Island, Beachcomber Island and Barefoot Manta! A tour guide and driver, in an air conditioned vehicle for the four day Whole Hula itinerary only around Viti Levu.

Departs:

Nadi on Wednesday & Saturdays.

Pickups are available at all hotels and resorts in the Nadi / Denarau area. Please ensure

you’ve informed Feejee Experience of your location for pick up on day one.

 

*Double/Twin prices are per person valid for two passengers travelling and booking together

 

  

Kava Ceremony at Nasautoka Village

Experience a traditional kava ceremony at Nasautoka Village deep in the Kings Road

area of Fiji where very little tourists get to. Fiji doesn’t get any more traditional than this!

Bilibili Rafting

Bilibili Rafting in the Wainibuka River and varies in size. The village locals will steer it

for you. It takes years of practice to get used to rolling with the swift currents! Riding a
Bilibili can be a romantic trip or a big group adventure. It’s also a great way to get to
know local Fijians.

Snorkelling

Fiji has some of the best snorkeling in the world. Our first afternoon at Robinson Crusoe

Island includes a boat trip to the nearby reef when you can hang with Nemo and his
cousins!. Snorkeling is available at all Feejee Experience resorts! A minimal fee applies
for hiring gear.

Natural Mudpools

The Sabeto Hot Springs are thrilling to see, it’s a science project come to life. The

Sabeto Mud Baths are so much fun; they’re a funky, fresh and totally unique
adventure. A very relaxing and soothing way to finish the trip on day 4.

Waterfall swim

The Biausevu waterfall is also known as Savu Na Mate Laya Falls. It is a pretty 20 meter

waterfall on the Coral Coast on the Southern Viti Levu near the Biausevu Village. This is
one of the most impressive waterfalls in Fiji. The large natural waterfall pool is perfect
for swimming

Rainforest Trek

Rainforest Trek in Biausevu, this is rated as Feejee Experience passengers best activity!

Don’t worry, if you’re feeling lazy you do have the option of chilling and relaxing at the
village and get a chance to mingle with the locals!

Beach Time

With Feejee Experience, you get beach time everywhere you go! Why else did you come

to Fiji? We go to the best beaches and our resorts are hand picked for their amazing
beaches & pools!

Volleyballl

Get competitive and try beach volleyball at both Uprising Beach Resort & Robinson

Crusoe Island!

7 Chamber Snake caves

This is in Wailotua Village, the snake god cave is one of the largest caves in Fiji. The caves

have been previously mapped, explored and mined for phosphate and are currently
being mined for limestone. A series of tunnels leads to a major cavern, in which it is said
that Governor Arthur Gordon came for Sevusevu.
Description
Itinerary

Day 1: Nadi to Robinson Crsueo Island

Stop At: Robinson Crusoe Island, Nadi, Viti Levu Fiji

Nadi to Robinson Crusoe Island for a full afternoon on the amazing Robinson Crusoe
Island – the island of the fire dancers!
Duration: 1 day

No meals included on this day.

Accommodation included: 1 night at Robinson Crusoe Island – compulsory Meal Package
applies which is payable direct upon check in

Day 2: Robinson Crusoe Island to Pacific Harbour

Stop At: Biausevu Waterfall, Biausevu Village, Sigatoka, Viti Levu Fiji

Robinson Crusoe Island to Pacific Harbour along the stunning Coral Coast. Stop in
Sigatoka town and purchase your own lunch. Enjoy Rainforest Trek and waterfall in
Coral Coast. Check in at Uprising Beach resort or Club Oceanus and spend late afternoon
at the Resort.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Pacific Harbor Beaches, Queens Rd, Fiji

overnight at Uprising Beach Resort or Club Oceanus
Duration: 1 day

No meals included on this day.

Accommodation included: 1 night at Uprising Beach Resort or Club Oceanus – meals not
included

Day 3: Pacific Harbour to Rakiraki

Stop At: Wailotua Village Number 1 community hall, Kings Rd, Fiji

. Visit the 7 chamber historical snake cave
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Nasautoka Village Hall, Fiji

Nasautoka Village for cultural kava ceremony and village tour, interact with the locals
and kids finish your day with bilibili rafting in the Wainibuka River. Lunch is optional
but provided by the village at a cost of F$10.00
Duration: 2 hours

No meals included on this day.

Accommodation included: 1 night at Golden Point Rakiraki – meals at own cost

Day 4: Rakiraki to Nadi

Stop At: Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool, Wailoko Rd Sabeto, Nadi, Viti Levu 10944,

Nadi Airport Fiji
. Spend till mid-morning at the Resort. Drive through the scenic Indo-Fijian sugar cane
belt, visit Ba Market, have an Indo Fijian lunch (at own cost, then to the Sabeto hot pools
before finishing your Viti Levu trip back in Nadi..
Duration: 2 hours

No meals included on this day.

Accommodation included: 1 night at one of the Nadi Resorts

Day 5: Nadi to Beachcomber Island

Stop At: Beachcomber Island Resort, Beachcomber Island, Tai Island, Mamanucas, Fiji

Nadi to Beachcomber Island, arrive at this amazing island late morning, just in time for
lunch. Transfer from your hotel to Anchorage Jetty will be done by Beachcomber Cruises.
Pick up time will be at 0730hrs from your hotel.
Duration: 1 day

No meals included on this day.

Accommodation included: 1 night at Beachcomber Island Resort – Compulsory Meal
Package applies which is payable direct upon check in

Day 6: Beachcomber Island Resort

Stop At: Beachcomber Island Resort, Beachcomber Island, Tai Island, Mamanucas, Fiji

Beachcomber Island, spend a day doing activities or relaxing on your tropical paradise!
Duration: 1 day

No meals included on this day.

Accommodation included: Additional night at Beachcomber Island – meals at own cost

Day 7: Beachcomber Island to Barefoot Manta

Stop At: Barefoot Manta Island, Drawaqa Island, Yasawa Islands, Fiji

Beachcomber Island to Barefoot Manta, cruise north to Barefoot Manta arriving early
afternoon. Pickup from Beachcomber Island will be at 9.15am on Yasawa Flyer.
Duration: 1 day

No meals included on this day.

Accommodation included: 1 night at Barefoot Manta – Compulsory Meal Package applies
which is payable direct upon check in

Day 8: Barefoot Manta Island Resort

Stop At: Barefoot Manta Island, Drawaqa Island, Yasawa Islands, Fiji

Barefoot Manta, spend all day on this amazing island snorkelling, diving, swimming or
spotting manta rays!
Duration: 1 day

No meals included on this day.

Accommodation included: Additional night at Barefoot Manta – meals at own cost

Day 9: Barefoot to Nadi

Stop At: Port Denarau, Denarau Island, Fiji

Barefoot Manta to Nadi, depart the island on Yasawa Flyer at 2.15pm and get back to
Nadi early evening. Transfer from Port Denarau to your accommodation in Nadi or to
the Airport will be done by Awesome Adventures Fiji.
Duration: 3 hours

No meals included on this day.

No accommodation included on this day.

Important Information:
Details
  • Departure Time: 7:30 AM

 

  • Departure: Traveler pickup is offered
    Clients to be ready in the hotel lobby 10min prior to pickup time
  • Departure Details:Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking

 

  • The pass does not include any meals howver if you have purchased the Meal plan with Feejee Experience then you will be provided with meals at Robinson Crusoe Island and all other meals until breakfast on day 4.

 

  • Fijian Lunch is provided by Nasautoka village at a cost of F$10.00pp on Day 3 (Optional)

 

  • A compulsory meal plan applies on Robinson Crusoe Island, which is F$84pp and is paid directly to the resort.

 

  • A compulsory meal plan also is applicable at Beachcomber which is $99per person per day and at Mantaray Island which is $99per person per day. Additional Lunch at Mantaray Island is $32per person. This is payable direct to the island upon check in.

 

  • All other meals are on a menu selection basis and average between F$20 – $40 per meal at all the resort restaurants payable direct.

 

  • 4 day Whole Hula meal package is available at a cost of $265.00 that includes: Meal Plan at Robinson Crusoe Island, all meals on day 2 & 3 and breakfast on day 4.

 

  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking

 

  • You are required to wear a sarong for the Kava Ceremony and village visit.

 

  • Pickups are available at all hotels and resorts in the Nadi / Denarau area. Please ensure you’ve informed Feejee Experience of your location for pick up on day one.

 

  • The Triple Treat pass is a scheduled accommodation inclusive pass. Once you have departed you cannot change travel dates and must complete the pass in the scheduled 9 days. Should you break your journey along the way you risk forfeiting future travel legs such as travel to the islands of Beachcomber & Barefoot as all transfers & accommodation have been pre-booked for you. Please follow the above itinerary to ensure your Feejee Experience is completed without a problem. Feejee Experience guide does not accompany any tours to the outer Islands

 

  • Not wheelchair accessible

 

  • Stroller accessible

 

  • Infant seats available

 

  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems

 

  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers

 

  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions

 

  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level

 

  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

 

 

Inclusions

  • Accommodation included: 8 nights

 

  • Accommodation as per itinerary

 

  • All activities as per itinerary

 

  • Driver/guide – first 4 days of Whole Hula

 

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

 

  • All land and launch transfers to Robinson Crusoe, Beachcomber Island & Barefoot Manta

 

  • 8 Nights accommodation as per below

 

  • 1night each Robinson Crusoe, Pacific Harbour,Golden Point, Nadi & 2 nights at Beachcomber, Barefoot.

 

  • Entry/Admission – Robinson Crusoe Island
  • Entry/Admission – Biausevu Waterfall
  • Entry/Admission – Pacific Harbor Beaches
  • Entry/Admission – Wailotua Village Number 1 community hall
  • Entry/Admission – Nasautoka Village Hall
  • Entry/Admission – Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool
  • Entry/Admission – Beachcomber Island Resort
  • Entry/Admission – Barefoot Manta Island
  • Entry/Admission – Port Denarau
Exclusions

  • Food and drinks, unless specified

 

  • Meal plans at designated island properties

 

  • Travel Insurance

 

  • Accommodation from day 9 onwards

 

Terms of Use

Once you have booked and received your travel voucher, the contact details for the
travel service operator will be on this voucher under the heading “Important
Information”. Where applicable, you are required to call the travel service operator
directly to advise of additional information such as:

  • Hotel for pick up

 

  • Weights for helicopter tours

 

  • Choice of times for tours

 

  • Special dietary requirements, meal choices etc.
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