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Korean food comes to Suva

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Last week Fiji Traveller had the chance to make and taste popular Korean dishes at a cooking class led by Korean-born chef, Mira Kwon.  At age 64, Kwon is a food entrepreneur and a familiar face at the well-visited ROC market. She is best known for her delicious kimchi and kimbap, which was the highlight […]

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“First of its kind”: Rosie 4WD safari buses explore Fiji’s highlands

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By Prerna Priyanka Rosie Holidays has introduced two 4WD buses, a first in the country, that are driving a new experience for visitors. The buses will provide access to some of the most remote and historically significant areas in the highlands of Viti Levu. Mosese Tamanitoakula, Rosie Living Manager at Rosie Holidays, highlighted its importance […]

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What’s new Fiji Travellers? News for those who explore, cruise and stay

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South Sea Cruises Group introduces South Sea Cats South Sea Cruises Group has introduced South Sea Cats, a new resort transfer and snorkelling adventure service. Operating with purpose-built catamarans, the service will commence in early 2025, offering morning transfers to Tokoriki and Matamanoa Islands and evening transfers to Malolo and Castaway Islands. With eco-friendly outboard […]

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Kula parrot

Rediscovering the lost Kulawai: Fiji’s effort to save a vanishing bird

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By Sanjeshni Kumar, Pasifika Environews In the lush forests of Fiji, the Red-throated Lorikeet (Charmosyna amabilis), known locally as the Kulawai, was once a familiar sight. This small, shy bird, easily distinguished by its striking red throat and vibrant green plumage, flitted among the islands of Viti Levu, Vanua Levu, Ovalau, and Taveuni. But today, […]

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Surprises onboard the Caledonian Sky

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By Prerna Priyanka Captain Cook Cruises has announced the expansion of its luxury expedition offerings, introducing remote Fiji for travellers seeking authentic cultural experiences and activities. Alison Haworth West, Executive Chair for Captain Cook Cruises, is enthusiastic about the new schedules: “We’re trying to offer something uniquely Fijian, authentic, and very much of Fiji, by […]

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Fijian Drua fans, the Jiuta family support opposing teams

The Fijian Drua at home

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A Super Rugby festival in the islands By Alipate Pareti This year, the Fijian Drua home fans have been able to cheer on their sides in person, and there are two more opportunities to do so before the final whistle blows on the season. Whether it is at Suva’s HFC Bank Stadium or Lautoka’s Churchill […]

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Fiji’s Ahura Resort leading charge in iguana conservation

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By Prerna Priyanka Fiji’s Ahura Resorts has been at the forefront of taking steps to protect the Fiji Crested Iguana, a critically endangered species. Samantha Muspratt, Director of Sales and Marketing at Ahura Resorts, recalls, “In 2010, one of our workers found an injured iguana.” “This led to the discovery of the Malolo iguana, thought to […]

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Russell Helms, Spartan Race CEO

Spartan Fiji aims to double participants, economic impact in 2024

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Spartan Race CEO Russell Nelms hopes to double the number of people participating in the Fiji event this year, and its value to the local economy. Russell Helms says the event injected FJ$6.2 million into the economy in its inaugural year, and about 3000 people took part in the races across various categories. He believes there […]

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Suva dogs

Suva has gone to the dogs

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Rain did not deter Suva dogs and their humans from supporting the SPCA and the Tim Howick-Smith 1000 Paws Walk today at Albert Park. The event celebrates Howick-Smith’s life and passion for ending cruelty to animals. The festival today celebrated all dogs owned and unowned. Dogs lapped Albert Park with their owners, competed in a […]

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The Fall Guy

Legends of The Fall Guy

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By Ben Wheeler Movie Review: The Fall Guy I do love the Courier font. I think it looks cool. It reminds me of my old typewriter, and it reminds me of movie scripts, which are always written in Courier or one of its variations. It has connotations of control – each character and each space […]

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