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A trip to Fiji: How to organize a travel to Fiji

The village of Nalauwaki, Waya, Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Fiji is a remote destination located almost in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, to visit them you need to make a long air trip that is rewarded by postcard beaches and a culture still largely original and authentic. If ...

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The island of Kuata: strange rock formations in Fiji

The beach, Kuata, Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

The southernmost of the Yasawa islands and therefore the first island one encounters coming from Port Denarau is the small island of Kuata. The island is located about 50 km north-west of Port Denarau in Viti Levu. The island of ...

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The lagoon of the islands of Naukacuvu and Narara, Fiji

Narara seen from Naukacuvu, Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

In the southern Yasawa just over 6 kilometers north of the mountainous island of Waya are the two small islands of Naukacuvu and Narara. The two islands of Naukacuvu and Narara share the same splendid lagoon. These islands in themselves ...

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Shark snorkeling in Yasawa Islands, Fiji

Shark snorkeling, Kuata Island, Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The seas surrounding Fiji are rich in fish and underwater life. The coral reefs of these islands are among the most unspoiled and rich in life on the planet. Fiji is known for snorkeling with manta rays and sharks. At ...

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Manta rays snorkeling in the Yasawa, Fiji

Manta ray between the islands of Drawaqa and Naviti, Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

An experience not to be missed for those who visit the Yasawa islands is certainly the snorkelling with manta rays. Some of these islands are known worldwide for the possibility of snorkeling with mantas. Mind you: manta rays and not ...

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The island of Nacula: low hills and beautiful beaches

Blue Lagoon Beach, Nacula Island, Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

The island of Nacula is the third largest island in the Yasawa archipelago. Like all Yasawa islands also the island of Nacula is an island of volcanic nature. The island has no roads. For the connections between the villages of ...

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Waya: the most beautiful mountains in the Yasawa

The spectacular mountains of the island of Waya, Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The island of Waya is one of the southernmost islands of the Yasawa archipelago and therefore one of the first that you come across by boat from Port Denarau. The island is located immediately north of Kuata and Wayasewa. Waya ...

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Sawa-i-Lau: the caves of the ancient Fijian god Ulutini

Sawa-I-Lau cave, Yasawa, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

In the north of the Yasawa islands lies one of the most special attractions of Fiji: the caves of Sawa-i-Lau. The caves are located along the west coast of the island of Sawa-i-Lau, which is located off the south coast ...

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Yasawa island: the northernmost island of the Yasawa

Mount Tamasua, Nabukeru, Yasawa, Fiji. Author and copyright Marco Ramerini ..

In the Fiji islands, in the far north of the Yasawa islands is the largest island of the archipelago: the island of Yasawa. The island is long and narrow, extending in a south-west / north-east direction for about 23 kilometers ...

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The beaches and islands of the South Pacific

Luengoni, Lifou, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

American Samoa, Cook Islands, French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Samoa, Fiji The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean in the world. It extends over a third of the earth’s surface. The Pacific contains around 25,000 islands, most of which are located ...

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Cyclones and hurricanes in the South Pacific

What is the period of cyclones and hurricanes in Polynesia? What is the hurricanes and cyclones season and which are the islands most at risk of tropical cyclones in the South Pacific? Cyclones and tropical hurricanes in the Pacific Ocean ...

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Fijian cuisine: mix of Melanesian and Indian flavors

Fijian vegetarian lunch. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Fiji is a multicultural country where the Melanesian inhabitants of the islands and the descendants of Indian workers imported here in the nineteenth century by the British to work in the sugar cane fields live together. In addition to these ...

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Cruise to the Yasawa Islands: Captain Cook Cruises

Reef Endevour, Captain Cook Cruises, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The Yasawa islands extend from southwest to northeast over an arc of about 100 kilometers west of the two main islands of Fiji: Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Consisting of about fifteen main islands and countless smaller islands, the Yasawa ...

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The Mamanuca islands: islands along the coast of Viti Levu

Monuriki Island, Mamanuca, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Almost all tourists arriving in Fiji do so from Nadi international airport. This airport is located along the west coast of the large island of Viti Levu. Right in front of the coast where Nadi stands is the archipelago of ...

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Cruise to Mamanuca and Yasawa: Captain Cook Cruises

Monuriki Island, Mamanuca, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

After taking the first part of the cruise, the one that allowed us to visit the spectacular northern Yasawa islands, today we leave from Port Denarau to continue our cruise to the Mamanuca islands and the southern Yasawa. For those ...

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Monuriki: the island of the film “Cast Away”

Monuriki Island, Mamanuca, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

In Fiji, at the western end of the archipelago of the Mamanuca islands is the small uninhabited island of Monuriki. The island is volcanic in nature and measures approximately 1 km in length and 600 meters in width. The highest ...

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The Yasawa islands: an example of eco-sustainable tourism

Narara seen from Naukacuvu, Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Fiji is an archipelago of Oceania made up of over 330 islands of all shapes and sizes. The two largest islands are those of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu which alone account for almost 90% of the nation’s total area. ...

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Travel to Fiji Islands archipelago with children

Andrea and Mattia with a friend, Ratu Namasi Memorial School, Yasawa Island, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Located approximately 2,000 kilometers north of New Zealand, Fiji is an archipelago in the southern Pacific Ocean made up of several hundred islands. These islands are located just south of the equator, between the Vanuatu islands, the Tonga islands and ...

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The climate of the Fiji Islands: when to go to Fiji

Blue Lagoon Beach, Nacula Island, Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

Fiji has a warm and humid tropical maritime climate mitigated by the trade winds. Rainfall is frequent especially between November and April, and is generally higher on the eastern and south-eastern slopes, more exposed to the trade winds. RAIN AND ...

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Fiji: a paradise of hundreds of tropical islands

Octopus Resort, Waya, Yasawa, Fiji. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The Fiji Islands (Republic of Fiji, Matanitu Ko Viti) are an archpelago located in the southern Pacific Ocean, between 16 ° and 20 ° 30 ‘south latitude, and 177 ° east longitude and 177 ° 30’ west longitude east of ...

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