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Fiji, Yasawa Islands, Nanuya Lailai island, Blue Lagoon beach
Yasawa Islands - a group of islands in Fiji. It's the most popular beach destination in the country. Quality of beaches and hotels considerably differs from island to island. So it is necessary to be very careful when choose the islands for your holiday vacation. / read more » /
Rating: 9.1 (143 votes)

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Fiji, Mamanuca Islands, Tavarua island
Mamanuca Islands - a group of islands in Fiji. Together with Yasawa islands form the most popular chain of islands in the country with great beaches. / read more » /
Rating: 8.6 (163 votes)
Fiji, Viti Levu island, aerial view to Intercontinental hotel
Viti Levu - is the main island of Fiji. There is an international airport, as well as the largest cities in the country. Island beaches are not very good, but there are many interesting attractions, - Sigatoka Sand Dunes, Navua river with beautiful canyons and many more. / read more » /
Rating: 8.5 (273 votes)
Fiji, Rotuma island, beach
Rotuma is a remote island in the north of Fiji. Local beaches are not the best in the country. It's worth to get here only for unique local people (Rotumans are a Polynesian ethnic group). / read more » /
Rating: 8.5 (229 votes)
Fiji, Lau islands, Vatuvara, aerial view
Lau are the most remote islands in Fiji. They are located in the south-east of the country. There are many uninhabited islands and excellent beaches, but most of that beauty is inaccessible for tourists. / read more » /
Rating: 8.4 (289 votes)
Fiji, Vatulele island, beach
Vatulele is an island located just south of the main island of Viti Levu in Fiji. The island has four villages, nice beaches and even some ancient archaeological sites. / read more » /
Rating: 8.4 (110 votes)
Fiji, Taveuni island, beach, palms
Taveuni is an island in the east of Fiji, sometimes called the Garden Island. In practice, this means that there are mountains, jungles and waterfalls, and no many good beaches. / read more » /
Rating: 8.3 (154 votes)
Fiji, Lomaivitis, Leleuvia island, beach, palm
Lomaivitis is a group of islands to the east of Viti Levu - the main island of Fiji. Some islands have nice beaches, while Ovalau island has only Levuka town - the ancient capital of Fiji. / read more » /
Rating: 8.1 (46 votes)
Fiji, Kadavu islands, beach, palm over water
Kandavu is a group of islands located to the south of Fiji's main island. Beaches are not the best here. But diving and snorkelling are excellent, as the Great Astrolabe Reef is located just along the east coast. / read more » /
Rating: 7.8 (40 votes)
Fiji, Vanua Levu island, Koro Sun
Vanua Levu is the second largest island in Fiji. There are no many good beaches, and no many attractions. The entire island is surrounded in a lush tropical greenery, and it's a paradise for eco-tourists. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (93 votes)
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[2017-08-06] Gilbert

Tonga is definetely much better, - both for attractions, as well as for local culture. As for beaches, Vavau islands are great!

But Samoa is also very good. I don't think that "fee" to get to the beach is such a problem. You should understand, that all land in Samoa is private. And it's not a problem to pay 2 US$ to get to the beach.

[2017-08-06] Silva

Tonga vs. Samoa? Where to go from Fiji?

[2015-05-08] Andrew

If compare Yasawa and Aitutaki beaches are quite the same. But Aitutaki is much more authentic place. My choice is Aitutaki.

[2015-05-08] Adam

Fiji vs. Cook Islands? I'm going to travel from New Zealand. Yasawa in Fiji and Aitutaki in Cook Islands looks fine. What about beaches, prices, attractions?

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