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https://www.expedia.com/Fiji.d6023598.Destination-Travel-Guides The locals in Fiji have a saying, “Bulla,” which means “life” and “good health.” You’ll hear it used frequently as a greeting when you arrive at the 330-strong islands that comprise this archipelago. You may even find yourself saying it before long! Any Fiji tour will highlight its magnificent, unspoiled waters and lush landscapes. Go snorkeling, swimming, diving, and sailing on turquoise waters. If you’d rather stay on dry land, you can zipline through rainforests or explore the windy plains of the highland area. Travel to the interior and learn about traditional Fijian culture, or visit the capital city of Suva and wander through its colonial buildings, bazaars, and the quiet harbor. Two-thirds of the Fijian archipelago ...
A south pacific proverb reads “He who plants a coconut tree plants food and drink, tools and ointment, a habitat for himself, and a heritage for his children”. In Fiji, Rachel learns (with the help of a handsome young villager called Alex) more about this amazing nut and the tree from which it grows. The list of things it provides are really quite astonishing.... she also went on to try some other traditional Fijian foods. L I N K S FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/rachelhunterstob/ INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/rachelstourofbeauty WEBSITE: http://rachelstourofbeauty.com/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
After several hours of traveling, I am welcomed into Fiji by the beautiful singing voices of some local Fijians. I spend the majority of the day with the other travel girls floating on Cloud 9 (a bar located in the middle of the ocean). In the late afternoon we participate in the Flavors of Fiji cooking class where we prepare some traditional Fijian dishes and share them for dinner. Yesterday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKJobc1uCbc Tomorrow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AiwtwT6E50 This is where we stayed today: http://www.theterraces.com.fj Check out Cloud 9 for yourself! http://www.cloud9.com.fj Want to learn how to cook what we had for dinner? http://www.flavoursoffiji.com Check out the girls I am traveling with! Kristen: https://www.youtube.com/user/hopscotchtheglobe Nadin...
Bula!! In this film you'll get impressions of some of the wonderful people on the island of Vanua Levu, and once you've watched the epilogue you'll have as direct an emotional experience of what it's like to be there as you can without flying 8,000 miles. Sponsored by the Naqaqa Giving Foundation (pronounced Nanganga), founded by Gavin de Becker. Features original music composed at Naqaqa by Julia Fordham, Judith Owen and of course local Fijians. "Send Us a Quiet Night" verse 1, by June Tabor. For all of the Fiji films in the series. go to http://www.fijisings.com. Made possible by the Naqaqa Giving Foundation: www.fijicharty.org
come visit our beautiful island.
SONG: BEAUTY QUEEN - TREY SMOOV FT. J BOOG & FIJI DIRECTED BY: JAMES BRUNT (JAYEB ENTERTAINMENT) ALBUM: ISLAND-B MUSIC (NOW AVAILABLE) FOLLOW US: TREY SMOOV [ALOFA 1] Twitter: @REALTREYSMOOV Instagram: @TREYSMOOV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TREYSMOOV1 Director: James Brunt JAYEB ENTERTAINMENT www.jayebent.com Twitter: @JAYEB_ENT Instagram: @JAYEB_ENT YouTube: www.youtube.com/JAYEBENT Facebook: www.facebook.com/JAYEBENT *Special thanks to "HITIA O TE RA" polynesian dance group. *Promo use only.
The true beauty of Taveuni is in the people of the island.
Zaira Begg, 21, Dancer/Model/Actress - Miss Fiji to the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant 2015: 3rd Runner Up, Winner - Traditional Attire Catergory Producer/Screenwriter: An Islandher Media | www.anislandher.com | +6799951891 Director/Post Production/Cinematographer: Skyward Industries | www.skywardindustries.com | Phone: +679 999-4411
SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Here's a tour of the 50+ year old Fijian buses in the city of Nadi on the island of Viti Levu in Fiji. Old (ancient) but beautiful and very colorful vehicles and lots of fun (and very cheap) to ride in... Vic Stefanu, firstname.lastname@example.org. Fiji, officially the Republic of Fiji is an island country in Melanesia in the South Pacific Ocean about 1,100 nautical miles (2,000 km; 1,300 mi) northeast of New Zealand's North Island.
Miss World Nepal 2017 Nikita Chandak Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Languages at Miss World 2017. Tags: Nikita Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Miss World 2017 Nikita Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Miss World 2017 Nikita Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Miss World 2017 Nikita Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Miss World 2017 Nikita Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Miss World 2017 Nikita Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Miss World 2017 Nikita Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Miss World 2017 Nikita Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Miss World 2017 Nikita Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Miss World 2017 Nikita Speaks in Spanish, Bengali, Malagasy & Fijian Miss W...
Call 800-576-7327 for a free quote or visit us at http://www.south-seas-adventures.com If you are thinking about going to Fiji and you are wondering "How Do I Get To Fiji?" At South Sea's Adventures we have been there hundreds of times and we offer you our expertise. Set upon 3,500 exclusive acres on its own island in the archipelago of Fiji, Laucala Island brings a new meaning to the term "all-inclusive resort." A private island resort, Laucala Island is set amidst coconut plantations, sandy beaches, turquoise lagoons, rich green mountains and breathtaking natural beauty, often drawing comparisons as a veritable paradise on earth. True luxury is appreciated in the privacy of the resort's 25 villas as well as the freedom to experience a variety of activities, ranging from golf to water sp...
Nacekoro village, Savusavu, July 12, 2015. Discussions include: familial relationships and rules, challenges facing Fijians… keeping the village unit together in the face of modernization, development of Fijian identity, Issues of race and categorization, struggles for Fijians moving forward.
http://www.turtlefiji.com/Blog/81/drawn-to-paradise-the-history-of-fiji The majority of Fiji’s 332 islands and over 500 islets were formed through volcanic activity starting around 150 million years ago. To this day, some geothermal activity still occurs on the islands of Vanua Levu and Taveuni. The first Fijians arrived between 5,000 and 3,000 years ago. According to Fijian legend, Chief Lutunasobasoba assisted by his General Degei led an armada of large, double hulled, canoes from the west. The eventually landed in what is now known as the Mamanuca Island chain in the western division of the Fijian Islands. Archeological evidence shows that the Lapita, Polynesian, and Melanesian people all settled the islands of Fiji and that from Fiji, some of these people went on to settle Samoa, To...
Beauty, song and the Garden of Eden in this second film in the series from Vanua Levu — a very magical and musical short about Setareki the farmer and his family at the Naqaqa farm, near Naidi Bay and at the foot of Mt. Serenitoba on the island of Vanua Levu, Fiji. (Naqaqa is pronounced Nanganga.) They grow Taro, Casava, and vegetables — and they sing. Like angels. For all of the Fiji films in the series. go to http://www.fijisings.com. Made possible by the Naqaqa Giving Foundation: www.fijicharity.org