It was a last minute schedule change that took us to the Oho Caves in Fiji. We were looking to squeeze in one more adventure during our stay on the main island and Sarah of Tourism Fiji had just the thing. The Tao Village has recently allowed tourists into their village for visits and their sacred Oho Caves are the star attraction. We took an hour-long drive from the Outrigger Lagoon Resort on the Coral Coast through a very wet yet green countryside on a very bumpy gravel road. Our driver Vincent told us that he was to take the old van, as the roads were too rough for the newer models.
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When visiting Fiji you will find yourself taking part in many a Kava ceremony. It is an important aspect of visiting any village and it is customary to present a gift of Yaqona (Kava root) to present to the executive head of the village. It can be a little confusing when you don’t know what to do, but don’t worry, the Fijian people are very patient and will talk you through the process. But to make things a little easier for your next trip to Fiji here are some facts and tips on what to expect when partaking in your very own Kava ceremony.
Stop for a Whee! Zipline Fiji The Zip Fiji sign says it all as we make our final turn from the main highway to the jungle canopy of the Pacific Coast. Fiji’s adventure capital, this portion of the main island will not disappoint. Zipline Fiji fun Situated 2 1/2 hours from Nadi, the pacific coast is where you will find… Read More
Your river guide is the “Guide with No Name,” Moses stated to us when dividing us all into groups of 4 four our White Water adventure in Fiji. Everyone else was given their guides names but Moses, the fun co-ordinator and chief in charge of us for the day, wasn’t sure who we were getting. We joked that is sounded very “Zen Mastery” Ah, the guide with no name will lead us through our journey of Fijian enlightenment.