Fiji is a Southern Pacific island with temperatures ranging from 15 to 22 degrees south, 175 degrees east, and 177 degrees west. It has a huge landmass of productive flatland, as well as deltas fed by large flowing schemes. Around 35 years ago, people from Vanuatu and New Caledon set sail. It currently has around 900,000 people, English, Fijian, and Indonesian were its official languages. Suva, the provincial capital, is situated on the main island’s west coast. Fiji’s currency is the Fijian Dollar FJD, and the country offers a variety of attractions.
This river, referred to as Viti Levu by locals, is a place worth visiting. As per Cardosa and Diego from the book “Occurrence of juvenile bull sharks in the Navua River in Fiji,” a longboat trip up the scenic to pristine Navua River, over meandering rapids, past cascading waterfalls of tropical rainforest, will transport you to Fiji’s magnificent interior.
According to Cardenosa, successful species conservation requires the protection of all phases of a species’ life cycle. A Fijian village visit and riverside lunch offer an authentic experience. Fiji’s Shark Reef Marine Reserve SRMR is a marine protected area where numerous adult bull sharks Carcharhinus leucas congregate for food. The bull sharks leave the region at the end of the year to begin breeding, but parturition sites are unknown. From February 2014 to January 2015, we interviewed local fishers, conducted a fishing survey in the Navua River near SRMR to determine the presence and abundance of bull sharks. 84 percent of the water up to 8 kilometers upriver from the river mouth is polluted.
Take a 7-night trip when you can’t have any of Fiji’s lovely bay, shorelines, grove, national heritage, or nation. On an adventure vacation that involves a range of fun events, learn about Yasawa Lake. Northern Yasawa lake cruiseIdyllic Monuriki, where the Tom Hanks film “Cast Away” was shot, is one of Yasawa Islets cruise highlights. Visit Sacred Valley, where the first Fijians landed in their canoes. Meet Tivua, a private lake where you can snorkel via pristine coral grounds right off the beach, Sawa-i-Lau. Through its famous rock formation nor blue estuary Naviti Island, treating you to a traditional Fijian feast, lovo, but also cultural ceremony. Sabeto Mud Baths or the Sleeping Giant’s Orchid Garden.
Mamanuca an island
The paradisiacal Mamanuca Islands, which life is plentiful and unique, are surrounded by crystal clear waters. You will be able to see a wide variety of marine life in this region, from the giant bull shark to the tiniest nudibranch. The outer reef barrier’s nutrient-rich waters support extraordinary growth or diversity. Soft corals of every color of the rainbow, schooling barracudas, manta rays, reef sharks, and turtles are only a few of the creatures you’ll see. Moray eels, crayfish, clownfish, spotted eagle rays, massive sea fans, and hundreds of small fish species can all be seen swimming around the reef.
Natadola beach and Veisabasaba village, Viti Levu shore, the most beautiful stretch of sand, is the epitome of tropical beauty. Relax, soak up the sun, grab a bite to eat at a seaside beach. Stop in the village of Veisabasaba along the way for a glimpse into Fijian culture. Take a stroll through the town while chatting with the locals.
A Natadola resort, stock up on small snacks and spend your time on the beach
doing whatever you want; snorkeling, horseback riding, or getting a massage. Otherwise, sit in the sand or go for a swim, When you get hungry, call on your guide, they probably take you back to your hotel for lunch.
About the climate, Fiji’s condition is steamy marine and mild all year, by few extremes. November to April is a moderate season, while May to October is a fantastic season. The mean temperature in the incredible season is 22 degrees Celsius, 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Rainfall is variable, with heavier rain occurring throughout the warm season, particularly inland. The amount of rain is more severe on the southeast sides of the great isles than northwest sides, affecting agriculture in those areas. Winds are mild, but cyclones occur about once per decade 10 to 12 times.
Even in winter, the weather patterns carry massive clouds but often heavy rains, especially on the rocky southern coast of Viti Levu, central lake. Things are different while raining, particularly in the Northwest, where winters are arid.