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Best Solo Travel Vacations-Fiji
There are multiple options for those traveling alone to Fiji. Contrary to popular opinion, Fiji is not “an island” but a series of islands to choose from. Best known are: the Yasawa Islands, the Mamanucas, plus the Northern Islands.
Yasawa Island’s Sawa-I-lau Caves are a major tourist site. It is possible to swim in a sunlit cave one moment and the next to be swimming in a neighboring cave in complete darkness. While still in the Yasawa Islands, you can swim with sharks or manta rays depending upon your sense of adventure.
From there, it is time for even more adventures: parasailing on Denaura Island, rappelling 300 feet into the Tau Caves or ziplining high above the towering palm trees.
If you are still yearning for more, you can try a unique sport known as “Zorbing”. If you have ever chased a ball downhill, you know it seems the faster you run, the faster it picks up speed. In Zorbing, you don’t have to run after the ball because you are inside it racing down the hill!
Whether you are a beachcomber at heart or an insatiable adventurer, Fiji is a tropical paradise for everyone, including solo travelers. So dust off your passport and get ready to travel!
Best Solo Travel Vacations: Fiji: Sample Lodging Option:
Blue Lagoon Beach Resort:
This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. In the Yasawa Islands, alongside a white sandy beach, Blue Lagoon Beach Resort has on-site a bar and a restaurant. You will have choice of a seaview or a garden view.
In addition, you will have a choice of two types of vacations. You can be active taking advantage of multiple water sports. They range from kayaking to swimming and snorkeling. Looking to relax? Take a novel by your favorite mystery author along with a cool tropical drink and curl up on your beach towel or iin a hammock. For a local tour, have the hotel book a visit to Nacula Island or to explore the multiple limestone caves.
For a comprehensive official overview as to what to see and do in Fiji year-round, visit their national tourist board site.
If you are checking the local weather, don’t bother! US News Travel has the answer as to the best time to go there. When? Any time!
For a wealth of informal advice from which island to choose and what not to bring, see Trip Advisor’s Fiji Forum.