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Artefacts Traditional Fijian artefacts provide glimpses of Fiji’s ancient culture and fascinating past. Fans and baskets made from pandanus and coconut leaves, along with the fibre from coconut husks (sinnet) were some of the daily life necessities in the Fijian village. A huge range of wooden weapons were used by Fijian warriors in warfare and[…]

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When in Fiji, eat & drink as our locals do Compiled by EXPLORE Fiji HERE are three must-try recommendations that are truly Fijian experiences. LOVO No electric oven needed. Chicken, pork, fish and root crops: taro (dalo), yams and tapioca (cassava) are simply wrapped in banana leaves and then placed over heated stones and buried in[…]

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BULA! Welcome to FIJI – the only country on Earth where you are greeted with a warm ‘BULA’ everywhere you go. Bula is ubiquitous. Bula means “life” and in a greeting it implies wishes for “good health”. On occasion, you may also hear the greeting “Cola Vina” (pronounced Thola Veenah) and also means life in a[…]

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