Suva the capital of Fiji is heart of South Pacific. Situated on hilly peninsula at the southeastern end of Viti Levu this home op 1,41,000 constitute of Fijians, Indo-fijians, and migrants from Australia and New Zealand who come here seeking better business opportunities. The incessant arrival of tourists, migrants and cargo ship gave Suva an identity which was hard to find elsewhere. Enjoying a great location amidst stunning harbour and green peaks the Fijian capital gives a slice of its culture through its museums, government buildings and various dining options.
Here we acquaint you with sights, sounds and smells of the Fijian capital.
Clock Tower, Govt Buildings