Alternatively, you can take a gentle stroll through well-kept botanical gardens to learn more about the various medicinal and practical uses of much of Fiji’s flora.
You can also get up close and personal with some endangered species. Migrating humpback whales jump and splash through Fiji waters from June through to October, five of the world’s seven sea turtles play in Fiji’s waters and large resident pods of spinner dolphins call Fiji home. You can marvel at their impressive aerial displays during a visit to Moon Reef.
Rare endemic species such as the Fiji crested iguana and the colourful Kadavu parrot can be seen at educational centres and the national wildlife park. If you would like to learn more about the underwater world, that’s easy too! Fiji has established well over 200 locally managed marine parks, which means that you can enjoy guided snorkels or scuba dives through beautifully healthy and well managed areas of coral reef during your holiday.
Naturally, the islands of Fiji’s are impressive.
Beaches & Coastal Activities Culture & Heritage Sightseeing Surfing
Many areas of natural significance have been protected and are open for visiting nature lovers to enjoy - from mountain ranges to river gorges, mangrove forests and coral reefs.
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