Spring Break in Fiji


Spring is the season of colours and beauty, so how about spending this Spring Break in Fiji instead of just watching some T.V shows at your home. It is obvious that anyone of you would love to spend your Spring Break in Fiji because of its beaches and forested area covered with different types of unique plants and trees. This is a perfect land to experience the beauty of nature. Fiji is a basically an area covered with different islands, and among those islands, Yasawa and Mamanuca are the prominent ones. These both islands are not just famous for their beauty, but they also got importance due to several Hollywood movies which got shot over here like Blue Lagoon and Castaway. Even though due to man-made developments all the natural beauty is disappearing, but still these islands have managed to retain their natural beauty from the time they were discovered at first.

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Yasawa Island

If you want to experience true natural beauty while resting on some beach or beside some swimming pool then all you need to do is to travel to one of the Yasawa Island. These islands surely have all the comforts and luxuries of modern lifestyle, but if you are looking for shopping malls or other famous brand outlets then for sure these islands are not for you. Because people who arrive here just want to enjoy and remain near to nature, instead of doing shopping or other stuff that they were doing back in their homelands.

Mamanuca Island

The second group of islands is known as Mamanuca Islands. And these islands are not just to relax, but instead, here you can find a lot of exciting and fun activities. Every spring brings many tourists who are crazy about water sports, as here they can go for speed boating, deep sea diving, surfing, and fishing etc. This island brings another crazy, yet amazing activity for you to explore this whole area from a birds view in a plane. And that means you will be doing skydiving as well. And during sea diving, you will explore the amazing coral reef and other exotic fishes in this water.

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