Nadi, Fiji

According to Wholevehicles, Nadi is the third largest city in Fiji and its economy is almost entirely dependent on tourism. It is worth mentioning right away that no matter how much one would like it, almost all tourists visit Nadi at least twice. When they arrive at the local airport, and when they fly back. Perhaps someone would like to minimize the frequency of visits, but don’t be such a snob. Although there is not much to see in Nadi, it is a good starting point for trips around the island, to the Mamanuca archipelago and to the resorts of Coral Coast. Rare excursions along the rivers to remote villages also depart from here, where tourists are shown the life and customs of local tribes.

Half an hour drive from Nadi is one of the most beautiful coasts of Fiji – Natadola Beach.

How to get there

Of course, there is no direct flight from Russia to Nadi, first you have to make a connection somewhere in Tokyo or Seoul, and only then fly to Nadi.

Nadi International Airport is located 9 km north of the city centre. You can get there by taxi for about 15 USD, or by local bus, which follows the main road of the island Queens Road, leading, among other things, through Nadi (fare to the center 3-4 USD). Most hotels welcome their guests with a free shuttle service.

Attractions and attractions of Nadi

The main attraction is the Swami Shiva Sri Subramania Temple – the largest Hindu temple in the southern hemisphere (30 m in height). Three parts of the temple are dedicated to different deities – Murugan, Ganesha and Meenakshi.

The main attraction of Nadi is the Swami-Shiva-Shri-Subramania Temple – the largest Hindu temple in the entire (!) Southern Hemisphere.

As already mentioned, there is nothing special to see in Nadia, but there are a lot of worthy places in the district. Sugar City Lautoka, the Sabeto Mountains, the divine Natadola Beach, the Mamanuca Islands and the ancient burial sites and monuments near Sigatoka. In a word, there is no time to be bored in Nadia – you would have time to see all the surrounding beauties.

To the north of the center, between the mosque and the river of the same name with the city, from where Narewa Rd departs towards Denarau Island, there are the best hotels-resorts of Nadi, as well as a lot of shops, restaurants and souvenir shops in Denarau Marina. From here, by the way, ships depart for the islands of the Yasawa and Mamanuca groups.


Nausori is a land of fantastic landscapes inhabited by the original tribes of Fiji. The most interesting here are: the villages of Navala and Bukuya, the “Garden of the Sleeping Giant”, where you can see about 2 thousand different types of orchids. There is also Barr’s house with a small collection of photographs and belongings of the actor, several viewpoints and a tea house. Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 9:00 to 17:00, entrance – 10 USD.

Nadi, Fiji