Nadi Lautoka, Fiji Accommodation Me - Gateway to Fiji

Nadi (pronounced Nandi) is Fiji's third largest city and is the main gateway to Fiji. As Fiji's airport town, Nadi is where most visitors hear their first BULA. Nadi's colorful marketplace, located only a few minute's drive from the airport, features yaqona stalls, homemade souvenirs and local culture. The Nadi area boasts numerous hotels and resorts and is a great place to start your trip or use as a base for exploring. Nadi is truly a tourist's town and offers restaurants of every international flavour and curio shops for the passionate shopper. Nadi is also the gateway to the Mamanuca and Yasawa Group where you will find exquisite island resorts as well as budget and affordable ones.
Within the Nadi region you will find the Garden of the sleeping giant established by US actor Raymond Burr, and the finest South Indian temple. The Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple is the largest Hindu Temple in Fiji. It is according to a design which is thousands of years old. From Votualevu town, near Nadi Airport, you can see an extinct volcano. The crater of this volcano is always full of water, but nobody knows how the water gets into the volcano. Around the edge of the crater, the hard lava is covered in marks that look like hand prints. Fijians believe that this place if where the paree (elves and fairies) meet.

Denarau

Denarau Island isknown for its upmarket resorts and internationally rated PGA 18-hole Golf course and makes an ideal base for your Fijian holiday.Whether you choose to stay at the Radisson, Sheraton, Sofitel or any other Denarau resort, you can find yourself sipping cocktails beside the pool within the hour after arriving at Nadi Airport. One of the benefits of staying at Denarau Island is the dining choices available to you. Not only do you have the world class restaurants at the resorts to choose from but you also the many eateries at Port Denarau Marina on your doorstep. Getting around is easy with the "Bula Bus" a shuttle service that transports guests between the Resorts and Port Denarau  every 10 minutes.

Denarau

Denarau Island isknown for its upmarket resorts and internationally rated PGA 18-hole Golf course and makes an ideal base for your Fijian holiday.Whether you choose to stay at the Radisson, Sheraton, Sofitel or any other Denarau resort, you can find yourself sipping cocktails beside the pool within the hour after arriving at Nadi Airport. One of the benefits of staying at Denarau Island is the dining choices available to you. Not only do you have the world class restaurants at the resorts to choose from but you also the many eateries at Port Denarau Marina on your doorstep. Getting around is easy with the "Bula Bus" a shuttle service that transports guests between the Resorts and Port Denarau  every 10 minutes.

Lautoka

Some 30 minutes drive to the north of the Nadi International Airport is Lautoka, the second-largest city in Fiji.Lautoka lies in the heart of Fiji sugarcane growing country and that's how it gets its title "the Sugar City." Sugar cane is the major industry of Fiji and Lautoka is the base. During the harvest season a constant procession of "sugar cane trains" flow past on their way to Lautoka's sugar mill at the southern end of the town.In the heart of the city Lautoka's main street, Vitogo Parade, is lined with tall, royal palm trees. The downtown area is within walking distance taking you past many shops and restaurants. In town you will find Churchill Park and the Botanical Gardens just a few blocks away. The market is only surpassed in size by the one in Suva and shares the same fascinating blend of colours and aromas.Lautoka is also the embarkation point for many cruises and transfers to the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands including Blue Lagoon Cruises. Lautoka can be reached by car, taxi, local and express bus from Nadi.

Lautoka

Some 30 minutes drive to the north of the Nadi International Airport is Lautoka, the second-largest city in Fiji.Lautoka lies in the heart of Fiji sugarcane growing country and that's how it gets its title "the Sugar City." Sugar cane is the major industry of Fiji and Lautoka is the base. During the harvest season a constant procession of "sugar cane trains" flow past on their way to Lautoka's sugar mill at the southern end of the town.In the heart of the city Lautoka's main street, Vitogo Parade, is lined with tall, royal palm trees. The downtown area is within walking distance taking you past many shops and restaurants. In town you will find Churchill Park and the Botanical Gardens just a few blocks away. The market is only surpassed in size by the one in Suva and shares the same fascinating blend of colours and aromas.Lautoka is also the embarkation point for many cruises and transfers to the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands including Blue Lagoon Cruises. Lautoka can be reached by car, taxi, local and express bus from Nadi.

Nadi

Nadi is Fiji's largest town and is located 9kms from Nadi international airport. Nadi boasts numerous hotels and resorts and is a great place to start your trip or use as a base for exploring. Nadi is truly a tourist’s town and offers restaurants of every international flavour and curio shops for the passionate shopper.

Nadi

Nadi is Fiji's largest town and is located 9kms from Nadi international airport. Nadi boasts numerous hotels and resorts and is a great place to start your trip or use as a base for exploring. Nadi is truly a tourist’s town and offers restaurants of every international flavour and curio shops for the passionate shopper.

Nadi International Airport

Nadi International Airport located 9 km from the city, is the largest airport in Fiji.

Nadi International Airport

Nadi International Airport located 9 km from the city, is the largest airport in Fiji.