Suva, the country's capital, is situated 20 miles (32 kilometers) east of Navua, while Fiji lies 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the north.
It's hardly surprising Navua is such a hotspot for travelers from all over the world; Fiji is criss-crossed with captivating attractions. Lami, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southwest, and Suva is located 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the west.
If you ask a local their favorite places to see, they'll often point you in the direction of Fiji's fabulous open-air markets. One of the most popular ways to really get to know a destination is by getting an understanding of its history. While here, take the time to stop by the area's historic traditional villages.
See the Fiji area in a new way. Summon the courage and have a go at sky diving. Visitors in search of outdoor action shouldn't miss the chance to max-out their heart rates by joining a hiking or horse riding adventure.
Long-time travelers know that eating what the locals eat is one of the best ways to uncover a destination's personality. Some ingredients commonly found in a number of Fiji dishes are sweet potato and coconut. Kokodo (marinated raw fish) and palusami (steamed meat with coconut and taro leaves) are two popular choices that will delight visitors' palates with the true flavours of Fiji. Those who would like to try something else, can try mixed rootcrops dessert, a lovely way to complete your Fiji dining experience. Refresh yourself with a glass of the regional brew. Fiji Taki Beer is popular here. What about trying a drink the locals enjoy? Bounty White Rum is one option. And, whatever time it is, Fiji is a great spot to ask for fresh tropical fruit juice.
When the time is right to finish up and say "Ni sa moce" to Navua, you'll be loaded with happy memories to keep forever.