Capital city of Fiji since 1882, Suva rose to prominence when the British moved their headquarters there and cleared the land.
You’re spoilt for choice when looking for somewhere to sleep in Suva, with plenty of good quality budget accommodation and a number of high-end options too.
Suva is the perfect place to experience a mix of culture, sports and outdoor recreation. Visit the museum, Fiji’s parliament or check out some of the city’s beautiful gardens. For something more adventurous, there are numerous treks and walking tours in and around the city. Sports such as golf and swimming are also popular.
For Shoppers Suva has plenty of modern malls and chain stores, but for something unique head to the city’s markets which offer a huge range of goods including jewellery, handicrafts, art and fresh food.
Suva has a wide range of dining options from cheap eateries to high-end restaurants, with Indo-Fijian and Chinese cuisine being the most popular. If you’re in the mood to party, experience Suva’s lively nightclub district which has a range of trendy bars.
There are excellent bus services within the city, with departures to most suburbs every 15 - 30 minutes. Taxis are plentiful and relatively cheap. There is a continuous bus service 7 days a week between Nadi and Suva that continues around the island via Lautoka, Ba and Rakiraki. The service is less frequent on Sundays.