Turtle Island Vacations
Turtle Island is located approximately 110 miles (177 kilometers) from Suva, the national capital, and about 60 miles (97 kilometers) from Nadi.
While in Turtle Island, be sure to spend some time at Devil's Beach.
Turtle Island isn't the only spot in Fiji worth exploring; visitors with plenty of time should also hit the road and discover the charms of the nearby countryside, communities and cultural attractions. Nanuya Balavu Island, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast, and Naukacuvu Island, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast of Turtle Island are also worth checking out.
When the sun is shining, why not take the chance to explore Fiji's open-air markets?. If the weather forecast makes you want to head indoors, plan a trip to Fiji's art galleries and craft workshops.
If you're the kind of traveler who prefers life's gentler pursuits while holidaying, Turtle Island offers great beach combing and sunbathing. Have an experience you'll never forget while you are in the area. Connect with your inner-daredevil and go sky diving!
There is no better method to learn about an area than tasting the food from the region. Sweet potato and coconut are used in local meals. Popular menu items are kokodo (marinated raw fish) and palusami (steamed meat with coconut and taro leaves), but of course there are many more tasty options for foodies. Mixed rootcrops dessert, a popular way to finish your meal. Taste a cleansing Fiji Taki Beer. This beer is much-loved by the locals. To complete your dinner like the locals do, ask for a glass of Bounty White Rum and relax after a long day of exploring. Fresh tropical fruit juice is popular drink to order at any time of day.
As your adventures here draw to a close, spend your last Fijian dollars on last-minute keepsakes and bid a fond Ni sa moce (farewell) to the locals you've met and the places you've spent time.