Top 10 Places to Visit in Nadi

By Admin | Last Updated December 23, 2019

Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple

Nadi, Fiji

A Hindu temple in Fiji, Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple is the largest in the southern world. Known for its architectural grandeur and bright colors, the modern temple was built by Indian craftsmen. It is intricately carved inside as well as outside. The serenity is apt for meditation. Many big festivals are held during the year.

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Denarau Island

Nadi, Fiji

Denarau is a resort island just outside Nadi. Mangrove forests were cleared to make for the resorts. Though the beaches of are of dark grey sand and water murky, Denarau has high end resorts and a golf course. It is the opposite of Fiji’s simple lifestyle. Simply put, Denarau is for the rich and splurging.

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Garden of the Sleeping Giant

Nadi, Fiji

Canadian actor Raymond Burr founded this garden in 1977 on the foothills of Nausori Highlands. The actor’s private collection of orchids is on display in this garden. Named after the mountains in the background, the garden is a little distance from Nadi. Alongside the orchids, there are beautiful lawns, lily ponds, fountains and a dense rainforest.

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Mamanuca Islands

Nadi, Fiji

The Mamanuca Islands are a group of 20 volcanic islands in Fiji. It is located to the west of Nadi and south of the Yasawa Islands. It is a very popular tourist destination and tops the charts. The islands tick every box, of the idyllic beach destination or “Paradise”, whichever you choose to call it.

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Fiji Culture Village

Nadi, Fiji

A unique destination in Nadi, this is miniature Fiji with all its aspects. Customs, culture, hospitality, history, lifestyle – you get to see and know about all these in one place. You will have an experience of Bures to canoe making, carving to pottery making, Kava ceremony to Meke performance. Finish off with traditional underground cooked food.

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Wailoaloa Beach

Nadi, Fiji

A beach in Nadi which is known more for resorts and hotels. The black sand and often murky water makes the Wailoaloa Beach not a good place for swimming or snorkeling. But strolling along the beach, sunbathing and beach rugby are the activities around here. A perfect place to see the sunset and the surrounding hills..

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Yasawa Islands

Nadi, Fiji

Unspoilt and beautiful – these are the two words that describe the Yasawa islands. The backpacker’s dream destination, hiking and snorkeling are the two main activities as there are hills in the island providing great views. Manta rays and underwater cave are the reason for snorkeling. The famous Blue Lagoon Islands are the icing on the cake.

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Nadi Handicrafts Market

Nadi, Fiji

There are numerous souvenir shops in Nadi and then there is the Nadi Handicrafts Market. The Nadi Town Council initiative, there are stalls selling local (sometimes mass produced) handicrafts. Tattoo artists draw using henna and specialist braiding hair. You will find a variety of things from paintings to wood carvings. Listen to the stories of the stall holders.

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Sabeto Hot Springs

Nadi, Fiji

An alternative to expensive spas, Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Bath offers a unique experience to visitors in Fiji. Located in a picturesque setting of Sabeto Valley, the hot springs will calm the nerves and soothe the body. A mud slather, washing off the mud in hot spring water and then dipping into another will both cleanse and rejuvenate you.

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South Sea Island, Robinson Crusoe & Malamala Beach Club

Nadi, Fiji

The gorgeous South Sea Islands is located near the Mamanucas. It has crystal clear, waters, coral reefs and colourful tropical fishes. A day trip to South Sea can a get you a fair share of fun as well as relaxation. The island is small in size but activities compensate for that.

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