Suva Cruises

Suva Historical Sights Tour
Navua River and Village Tour
Yanuca Island Snorkelling

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Suva is the capital of the Republic of Fiji, located on the shores of Viti Levu, the largest island in the Fijian archipelago. This MSC World Cruise destination is renowned for its ancient temples, British colonial architecture, a colourful market, superb parks, and impressive museums. 
MSC Cruises excursions offer plenty of exciting activities including:
• Suva Historical Sights Tour
• Navua River and Village Tour
• Yanuca Island Snorkelling
One of the most cosmopolitan cities in the South Pacific, Suva is a vibrant hub of colour and culture. On an MSC Cruises excursion, you’ll begin your tour at Government House, the President of Fiji’s official residence. Next, stop by Thurston Gardens, an earthly paradise boasting lush greenery and amazing wildlife. Then, visit Fiji Museum to learn about South Pacific culture and browse a stunning collection of relics and artefacts. 
Enjoy an MSC Cruises excursion on a traditional longboat, sailing the swirling Navua River. Here, you’ll marvel at Viti Levu island’s exotic flora and fauna before arriving at Koromakawa village. Experience a kava performance, a customary Fijian welcome ritual before savouring a delicious lovo lunch, cooked under the ground! Afterwards, learn more about this vibrant culture and watch the villagers perform.
An unforgettable time is ready to be had on an MSC Cruises excursion. Lap up the glimmering waters of Yanuca Island while you wander along the seashore. As you sail towards the island, enjoy breathtaking views of the Fijian archipelago before arriving at the coral reef at Beqa Lagoon. Here, you’ll dive into the crystal-clear azure waters to encounter colourful fish, stingrays, and dolphins. 

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    Fiji Islands

    Sun-drenched beaches and turquoise lagoons
    Sun-drenched beaches and turquoise lagoons

    A few facts and figures: 332 islands, of which 110 are inhabited, and 500 islets.

    The Republic of Fiji is an archipelago that is considered part of the Melanesian Islands in the Pacific Ocean, and is around 2,000 kilometres from New Zealand. The two main islands, the beautiful Viti Levu and Vanua Levu with an abundance of beaches and unspoiled vegetation, are where nearly all of the population resides. 
    Tourists are fascinated by the polite manners, smiling faces and hospitality of the inhabitants of these islands. The waters, which gradually become different shades of blue as they move away from the coast, are home to a colourful coral reef. Viti Levu is a must when you come to Fiji: the island's interior, thick with vegetation and brightly coloured flowers, hides a number of rivers and breathtaking waterfalls
    The Kula Eco Park, on the Coral Coast, is a place of great interest, as you can see mammals, birds, amphibians and fish living freely in their natural habitat: from boa constrictors to iguanas, turtles and bats. Before leaving Viti Levu, a mud bath at the Sabeto Hot Springs between Nadi and Lautoka is a must.