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Welcome to fijidiscovery.com - your online guide to the Fiji Islands.

If you need a no nonsense guide to planning your perfect South Pacific holiday adventure to the breathtaking Fiji Islands, we are here to help. We give you clear and concise information about Fiji tourism service providers so you can make an informed choice about your upcoming Fiji island resort vacation. It's a tough job, but you'll surely enjoy trying to decide between secluded romantic Fiji resorts, an action-packed Fiji adventure, rainforest Eco-Resorts, or a relaxing escape to one of the many new Luxury Fiji Resorts just to name a few.

Our vacations in Fiji are arranged into categories so that you can match your preferred type of experience to your Fiji accommodation, activities and transport. If you need a few handy hints to help you in your travels, we've also got lots of useful facts on Fiji.

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'Live Music'
every Sunday 12-3pm at the Holiday Inn, Victoria Parade, Suva

'Firewalking' every Wednesday night at the Sheraton Fiji Resort, Nadi ph: +679 675 0777

'Arts Village Firewalking Show' every Saturday Grandstand, Arts Village, Pacific Harbour

Marine Reserve Success Story
Created in June 2004, the Namena Marine reserve
has been very successful through it's strategy of
issuing tags for purchase by dive tourists to the
area which are valid for 12 months through 31st
December each year. The proceeds help to provide
scholarships for the youth of the villages in the
Kubalau district in return for them not fishing
within the reserve.
Moody's Namena, an Eco
Tourism/Diving resort on Namenalala Island off the
coast of SavuSavu(Vanua Levu), reports that they
are already seeing the results with large schools
of sardines returning to the Namena Barrier Reef
which has in turn, attracted larger fish.
The corals are also healthy, prolific and varied
and each month, Moody's notes more people diving
the area and purchasing the tags, in fact 2005 is
on track for double the amount of tags sold in 2004.

Always remember "Conserve Fiji today to preserve Fiji for tomorrow."