Nadi Vacations

On the north western coast of Fiji’s main island Viti Levu, rests the bustling tropical city of Nadi. Just ten minutes away from the main Fiji airport, this is frequently the first stop for tourists disembarking from their overseas flight to this magical location. The steady flow of tourists to …

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Things to see and do in Nadi

Kevin Picholo | Trip by SkyscannerGarden of the Sleeping Giant
Garden of the Sleeping Giant
CJ Isherwood | FlickrNausori Highlands
Nausori Highlands
Kevin Picholo | Trip by SkyscannerSabeto Hotspring
Sabeto Hotspring
Frontierofficial | FlickrMalamala Beach Club
Malamala Beach Club
Kevin Picholo | Trip by SkyscannerTravellers Beach
Travellers Beach
Kane Sherwell | Trip by SkyscannerBeach Horse Riding
Beach Horse Riding

Reviews of Nadi

Aymon Guerriero
Aymon Guerriero

I love Fiji, everyone is so nice and helpful. Most things are quite cheap. You can ask most taxi drivers for a tour and they can take you all the way to Sigatoka and back for a cheap price. I have now been a few times and I am planning another trip very soon!

Kevin Picholo
Kevin PicholoFoster City, California, USA

Nadi is a quiet little local town on the west coast of Fiji island. Not much to do in downtown except a few shops, market, bank, bus station and some restaurants. Most tourists arrive at the airport here to go onto the islands where most resorts are.

Kane Sherwell
Kane SherwellMelbourne, Australia

Nadi was nice. As an Aussie I got chased by local indians to buy aussie stuff and other stuff. Overall my view was Local Fiji's are really nice, local indians just want to haggle and sell you stuff. If you want beach I would suggest going to the outer islands. But nice place

Nomadic by Nature
Nomadic by NatureNairobi, Kenya

Not much to do in Nadi, but it is a transport hub if youa re trying to get anywhere else in the country. Shops all have a tourist premium, but if you are not going to Suva you are stuck shopping here.

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