Lami Vacation Packages
Suva, the national capital, is located roughly 3 miles (5 kilometers) to the southeast of Lami, while Fiji is 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the northwest.
The area around Lami is brimming with sights and attractions, from perennial tourist favourites to lesser known gems. Navua and Vunindawa are two more places worth visiting while you're in Fiji.
If you are looking for indoor activities, you can't beat Fiji's craft workshops and art galleries. These are great places to to learn a little about the region's rich cultural tapestry and perhaps pick up a souvenir. The area around Lami is popular for its range of traditional villages; these are often evocative portals into the area's colorful history.
If you feel like it is time to relax try out shore fishing or bird watching. The Lami area offers plenty of great ways to get into the great outdoors. Active types can join in with one of the many horse riding and hiking adventures on offer here.
Discover the various tastes of Fiji by trying local food. Among the variety of elements frequently used in this area are sweet potato and coconut. Why not try kokodo (marinated raw fish) or palusami (steamed meat with coconut and taro leaves)? Both dishes are a common fare in this region. And no meal is finished until you have had mixed rootcrops dessert, a common dessert. For those who enjoy a good brew, try a Fiji Taki Beer. It's a commonly enjoyed brew in in Fiji. If you like strong alcoholic drinks, scan the menu for Bounty White Rum and toast to the many wonders of Lami. Don't forget, regardless of what time it is, Fiji is a great place to have fresh tropical fruit juice.
When it is time to depart from Lami, use your last Fijian dollars on last minute keepsakes for the folks at home and bid a fond Ni sa moce (farewell).
Accommodation in Lami
When you are finding a hotel in Lami itself, you'll find that the range isn't extensive.