Best Places to Visit in Fiji
Walk into a Fijian village, and you will be have to remove your hat and sunglasses, because only the chief of the tribe is allowed to wear those. Take back 4-pronged forks as souvenirs, essential cutlery for eating humans back then in the island's cannibal history. You can also stand on the International Date Line, with one foot in tomorrow and the other in yesterday. You may eat delicious boiled bat, cooked ‘lovo’ style in underground ovens. Fijians are also considered to be some of the friendliest on the planet, and these 333 gorgeous islands have 700 miles of pristine coastline between them. Make this your quintessential Pacific Islands holiday; it does not get more beautiful than this.