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Shopping

Shopping

Whether you want to spend up a storm or pick up a couple of great bargains and fun mementos from your visit to Fiji, you’ll find a wide range of shops, boutiques, supermarkets and duty free outlets offering all manner of purchases. Most outlets accept major credit and debit cards and some will even accept the currency of your home country. Shopping hours are usually from 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 3pm Saturday, however many shopping destinations also offer late night and Sunday shopping options for your convenience. Larger retail chains stock a variety of branded clothes, shoes, electrical goods, perfumes, toys, gifts and more.
Handicraft markets present the perfect opportunity to find that special something for the folk you left back home. Locally made curio and traditional gifts from the islands include handmade, carefully designed tapa cloths, and woven goods such as mats, baskets, purses and fans, carvings and pottery. It is likely that you will be invited to join a traditional kava drinking ceremony during your holiday; if you enjoy it (which we are sure you will!) you may even like to pick up a hand carved wooden Tanoa and some pounded kava root to take home and share this authentic island experience with your friends. Remember to look out for the ‘Fijian Made’ stamp when making a purchase and support the local economy.
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31 Shopping experiences
Based at Meigunyah Road, Nadi Back Road the clay products are baked at 1000 degrees in a gas kiln, and can be taken through Customs easily.Products:  Pendants, mosquito coil holders, table numbers,...
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This tour was created to cater for those looking at a more relaxed adventure. Which begins by wondering through tracks that have alongside them over 2000 different species of orchids and varieties of...
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Fiji Surf Co was born in the back yard of a small Nadi House in 1995 by local visionaries. We are pioneers of Fijian Surfing to what it is today - exploring, development, manufactiuring of clothing...
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Tadra is the Fijian name for "dream" and for Mike and Helen Waters and their daughter, Araylea, the word perfectly suits their business and home in the Fiji Islands.  Tadra's team includes expert...
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Initially the cruise ships would dock in the Capital of Fiji; Suva. In the last four years ATS Pacific has actively promoted additional ports in Fiji in order to spread the tourism dollar through out...
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Your transport will pick you from your respective hotel(s) and take you to the famous Sigatoka Sand Dunes, one of Fijis National Archaeological Heritage Site where you will begin your 30min trek up...
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This guided tour will take you to see the President's Residence and nearby Albert Park (where Kingsford Smith landed his small aircraft on his epic flight from USA to Australia in 1928) as well as...
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Our first stop is the Fiji Museum on the edge of the city for a peek at Fiji's colourful history.  The Museum houses archaeological artefacts spanning 3500 years from the era of the Lapita people,...
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Qamea Resort & Spa is an intimate boutique resort catering to maximum of 34 adults, with only 17 luxuriously appointed and air conditioned bures nestled among swaying coconut palms and verdant...
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Step lightly over running waters – a symbolic beginning to your journey through this oasis – leaving behind cares and the outside world as if on a far distant shore. Each guest's journey is unique...
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Taught to cook the "Fijian way", guests will be shown the art of cooking traditional local cuisine, whilst enjoying a fun activity, learning the local food culture and enjoying a special & unique...
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