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Fiji Magic

Land Travel

Buses
Many visitors like the adventure of using the local open-windowed buses so they can take in the sights and sounds of the passing scene. Canvas flaps are unfurled in the event of a rain shower.

Local buses also allow the visitor a chance to mingle with the people of Fiji, who by choice and tradition, treat strangers with gracious hospitality.

Every town and village has a bus stop, since this is still the most common form of transportation in the islands. You can also hail any public bus from the roadside merely by waving to the driver.

   

Rental Cars
A bona-fide tourist in Fiji may drive if in possession of a valid home country-driving license for the same class of vehicle.

The maximum speed limit in built-up areas is 50 km/h (30 mph) and on the highways it is 80 km/h (50 mph). Driving is on the left side of the road.

Rental cars are available at international airports and major resorts, and are easily arranged from all hotels and motels.

There is good bitumen asphalt (hard top) highway from Rakiraki on the northeastern tip of Viti Levu to Suva, via Tavua, Ba, Lautoka, Nadi and the Coral Coast. Work now in progress will complete major sections of the highway from Rakiraki to Suva via Korovou, allowing for an easy (and spectacular) circumnavigation of the island.

Rental cars are also available in Vanua Levu and some outer islands by arrangement.

   

Taxi
Most people in Fiji do not own a car, so taxis are plentiful and fares are reasonable. For instance, FJ$2 will take you just about anywhere in the average town or city. Urban taxis have meters, with a flag at $1.00 and $1.50 after 10.00pm. But you will find smaller towns and rural area taxis use a fixed price system and almost everyone can tell you the price to local destination.

For long trips it is always good to bargain with the driver. Often he'll reduce the fare if you allow him to pick up other passengers going the same way.

Some taxis can also be hired by the day or half day for a fixed price, often the equivalent of a rental car.

  Preferred Travel

Rosie Holidays
Physical Address: Martintar, Nadi
Phone Contact: (679) (679) 672 2755

Imam's Prestige Limousines
Physical Address: Nadi Town
Phone Contact: (679) (679) 670 0559

Carpenters Rentals
Physical Address: 88 Foster St Walu Bay, Suva
Phone Contact: (679) (679) 3313644

South Pacific Rentals Ltd
Physical Address: 47 Narewa Rd, Nadi
Phone Contact: (679) (679) 6700070


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