Fiji is a popular tourist destination in the South Pacific Ocean that consists of over 330 islands. Only a little more than 100 of those islands are inhabited which leaves most of the other islands open to exploring. The two main islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. The capital of Fiji sits on Vanua Levu where close to 3/4 of the country's population resides. One of the hardest parts of visiting Fiji might just be choosing which island activities to experience during your trip.
Located on Vanua Levu, the country's main island, you won't find a shortage of activities on Fiji's Coral Coast. Visitors looking to learn about the history and culture of the island nation can go on an adventure to the 18th-century Tavuni Hill Fort that overlooks the Sigatoka River. For more structure, try the Kula Eco Park near the town of Sigatoka. The only wildlife park in Fiji is a sanctuary for the endangered species of the South Pacific country offers self-tours, guided tours, and behind the scene educational programs. Plus, the park has a zip rail, water slide, splash pool, eateries, and gift shops.
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