10 things to do in the Ra province

Rakiraki is the provincial town of the northernmost province of Viti Levu, Ra. Ra, is the ultimate hub of Fiji’s suncoast, hosting magnificent natural wonders, versatile accommodations for visitors of all types and home to one of Fiji’s most majestic coral gardens which span across the Vatu-i-ra seascape and further out into the Bligh waters. […]

Fiji Culture Village: Immerse yourself in Fiji’s culture


Ever wondered what Fiji’s culture is like? Fiji today, like many other cultures, borders itself between culture and modernity. Cultural dances, rituals and customs are hardly ever performed outside of the culture unless for ceremonies and cultural occasions. But every now and again, hotels and tour groups hire dance groups or organise tours into some […]

All you need to know about the nightlife in Fiji

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Nightclubs are a big part of the night scene in Fiji, especially in town and urban centres, the Fijian tropical summer nights come alive with food, music, party and most importantly people – the factor that creates life to all of these. Small businesses convene at night from a specific time to sell delicious hot […]

Sigavou Studios: Launch of Colours of Fiji, Creative Experiences

Sigavou Studio in Fiji

Art has a special place in Pacific cultures, making it distinctive from any other cultural art around the world. It even plays a significant role in island cultures, often depicted in traditional tapestry (Masi), house post designs and tattoos.  In fact, pacific tribal art is so distinctive that it is noticeably easy for islanders to […]

Fiji village etiquettes: Things to note when visiting a village in Fiji

Etiquettes and rules for Fiji

Visiting a village in Fiji can be an incredibly rewarding and immersive experience. Fiji is known for its warm hospitality and rich cultural traditions, which are often on full display in the village setting. It’s truly one of the most authentic experiences you can have in Fiji.   However, do note that there are some […]

Uniquely Fijian experiences not to be missed


To fully experience the beautiful Fijian culture, it’s essential to connect with the locals and learn about their traditions and customs. Fijians are known for being incredibly friendly and helpful, so striking up small conversations with them can lead you to the best cultural experiences. Kava ceremony A significant aspect of Fijian culture is the […]

Borron House: Fiji’s State Guesthouse

Borron House: Fiji’s State Guesthouse

Positioned on one of the highest points in Suva, overlooking the magnificent Suva bay and peninsula, is the Borron house estate. The estate is nestled on one of Suva’s indigenous hillforts known as ‘(Na)rairaiwaqa’, (the place of lookout- for canoes) and is about 3 kilometres out from the Suva metropolitan. Ask any Suva local about […]

10 historical sites to visit in Suva

Government house in Fiji - GoFiji.net

Suva, Fiji’s capital city apart from Levuka is the only place in Fiji where one can still see the remnants of this former British colony, with old buildings, sites and monuments erected in its place. Today, Suva continues to be the bustling metropolitan it was set up to be, with expansion continuing toward the Naitasiri […]

Top things to do in Viti Levu

Viti Levu in Fiji

Viti Levu is known as the ‘Great Fiji’ for Fijians. The reason is simple – Viti Levu has it all. The region epitomises Fiji, from friendly, beautiful and smiling people, to vibrant nightlife, rich culture, food and amazing scenery.  Viti Levu is the largest and longest inhabited island in the Republic of Fiji. Suva is […]

The tale of Fiji’s two capital cities

Suva town hall Fiji - GoFiji.net

The Pacific has always been considered last in the expedition of European discovery. Much of it has to do with the region’s geographic location and the island’s distinct cultures and peoples. Individually Fiji has always been different from the rest of the pacific, whether it is its prehistory, colonial, demographic or geographical make-up. What makes […]