Fiji Me with Moon Fiji

Moon FijiMoon Fiji explores the 322-island Fiji Archipelago that lies at the crossroads of the South Pacific. The handbook covers the islands of Viti Levu, Vanua Levu, Taveuni, Ovalau, and Kadavu, plus the Mamanuca, Yasawa, Lomaiviti, and Lau groups. Veteran travel writer David Stanley offers recommendations on what to take, where to go, and what to do, and outlines air routes, tour services, and interisland travel. This information-packed handbook provides more valuable insight than any other guide to Fiji.

Mon Fiji was the first—and is still the best—detailed, reliable source of information on travel around this exciting archipelago. This comprehensive travel guide provides frank reviews of lodgings, from luxury resorts to beachfront bures. Transportation options include getting around by foot, air, bicycle, ship, bus, car, and taxi, and there are also tips on discovering the finest local cuisine. You'll find vivid descriptions of the islands' dazzling beaches, rainforests, and reefs, plus tips for enjoying outdoor activities like diving, surfing, sailing, kayaking, and hiking.

Budget travel information. David Stanley demonstrates how easy it is to do it all without renting an expensive car or joining a restrictive tour.
The Fijians. A thought-provoking introduction to the people of Fiji, famed for their warmth, generosity, and fascinating array of traditional customs.
Relevance. Details of Fiji's turbulent history, including frank coverage of the four coups.
Depth. All of Fiji is explored in this guide, not just the hot spots.
Precision. Moon Fiji quotes exact prices for accommodations, food, tour, and transportation to allow you to prepare a realistic travel budget.
Experience. The depth of coverage that comes from eight consecutive editions.
Maps. Sixty-seven clearly-labeled maps of islands, towns, and sightseeing highlights.
Electronic contacts. Hundreds of websites and email addresses embedded in the listings.
References: The comprehensive bibliography, glossary, and index making looking up information a breeze.

UPDATE: The 9th edition of Moon Fiji was published in 2011. For more information, visit Moon Fiji.

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