Savusavu

They say travel broadens the horizons. You can actually experience what others only read about, meet people from a different world to the one you know and sample foreign flavors. Savusavu is no different, so make the most of your time there.

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Savusavu Vacation Packages

Savusavu is situated around 110 miles northeast of the capital city, Suva.

For a day of adventure, see and explore one of the region's natural attractions, such as Waisali Rainforest Reserve, which is a mere 10 miles from Savusavu.

Immerse yourself in the electric atmosphere at Subrail Park, shared by the Northern Sharks and the Labasa F.C. To be a part of the action, head north from Savusavu for 25 miles. Depending on the score, either celebrate or commiserate with local sports enthusiasts after the game in a nearby pub.

Copra Shed Marina and Savusavu Farmers' Market are equally worth visiting.

Some interesting places around Savusavu are Labasa, 25 miles to the north, and Vatutandova, 25 miles to the north.

Sampling local food is usually about more than just nutrition. It also offers a sneak peek into a region's true colors.

To capture the charming delights of the region, sample regional ingredients like sweet potato and coconut.

Some local specialties are kokodo (marinated raw fish) and palusami (steamed meat with coconut and taro leaves).

For those of you with an itch for a tasty treat, mixed rootcrops dessert is recommended here.

You should put up your feet, chill out and tame your thirst with a pint of Fiji Taki Beer, a popular drink amongst the locals here.

If you're in search of a refreshing alcohol-free beverage, be sure to try fresh tropical fruit juice.

You're likely to see many people enjoying Bounty White Rum, a popular spirit here.

Understanding a few common Fijian phrases can sometimes be the bridge between a simple vacation and a rewarding journey into the very heart of the Fiji region. "Ko via meke kei au?" translates to "Would you like to dance with me?" "O ni lako mai vei?" is also worthwhile knowing. It translates to "Where are you from?I'm from..".

If you'll be in the area on the 2nd monday of October, you should know that this day is a festive day of national celebration. It's called Independence Day.

When it is time to leave Fiji, you'll be sure to bid this place a fond "Ni sa moce." But take comfort from the fact that you'll be heading home with special photos, mementoes and memories that you'll be able to enjoy for years to come.

When you're ready to depart, keep in mind that the nearest airport is 20 miles away.

Accommodation in Savusavu

There isn't a massive selection of places to stay in Savusavu, so it would be wise to explore the current information and deals on Expedia's Savusavu hotels guide.

Savusavu lodging options include the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Fiji and Daku Resort.


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