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Travel Tuesday: Nadi, Fiji

When I look for travel inspiration, I often refer to Lonely Planet and in their Best in Travel 2016, Fiji is ranked #10 country to visit in 2016. With summer in full swing right now in Australia, I am still dreaming of a tropical island holiday this year. Fiji is an island country in Melanesia in the South West Pacific Ocean. It is an archipelago of more than 332 islands. Nadi, the third largest conurbation in Fiji, is located on the western side of the island and also the most popular destination for tourists.

Some of the tourists attractions in Nadi are:

Wailoaloa Beach

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It is A 1/2 mile long the beach located in the northern area of Nadi. There are multiple beach clubs and resorts located on this stretch.

Hindu Temples in Nadi

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With its large Indo-Fijian population, Nadi is a centre for Hinduism and Islam in Fiji. For culture and architecture lovers, make sure you visit one of the many colourful Hindu temples at the southern end of the main street of Nadi.

Nadi Garden of the Sleeping Giant

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This garden houses many beautiful plants and trails for walking and open Monday to Saturday. Entrance is F$10.

Some other resort snaps that make you want to hop onto the plane and fly to Nadi for holidays:

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Sheraton Fiji Resort

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Novotel Nadi

For Perth residents, Virgin Australia offers flights from Perth to Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney and from there catch a connection flight to Nadi.

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