Different communities and cultures across the world have various folklores passed across generations regarding the existence of mythical creatures. The creatures are believed to have played a great role in the respective communities’ histories thus the characters were held in high regard, according to their significance. The folklores tend to arouse a great deal of curiosity. It has led to the development of the field known…Continue
Added by Carol Fisher on November 20, 2017 at 11:19pm — No Comments
Horse racing is one of the most popular sports in the world, and a lot of interesting facts as well as myths are connected with this sporting event. Horse racing events are organized throughout the world, and thus it has been acknowledged as one of the popular sporting events of the world. From Europe to Asia and from America to Australia, horse racing is equally famous as well as exciting. It is often considered as a sporting event for elites. It is true that various rich people are…Continue
Added by Silvia Watson on November 20, 2017 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Expedia's promo video on Fiji. Comprehensive but very commercial. Some useful information and spectacular land and seascape footage...
Added by Robert F. Kay on November 12, 2016 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Not a lot of people get to Rabi, which has a distinct culture. This video (which inlcudes an interview with a Rabi elder) will will give you a taste of Rabi that I suspect you've never seen before. Enjoy...
Sau Bay Fiji Retreat - off Taveuni Bula vinaka Rob, Thank you so much for your email. Certainly means a lot. We are fine. Sustained no damage to guest structures - our one staff bure was demolished by a tree( fortunately no-one inside!) Lots and lots of trees uprooted, broken branches and general damage to plants etc - but we are getting rain ( a good thing) We are expecting our first guests on Sunday 28th…Continue
Editor's Note: This message was sent to me by Ashley McGuigan from the University of Hawaii who has established fund raising efforts to aid Fiji.
Added by Robert F. Kay on February 25, 2016 at 10:00am — No Comments
I'm very worried about my friends who live at the tip of the Tunaloa Peninsula on Vanua Levu.
Does anyone have anyone have any news of how they fared during Winston?
Editor's Note: Thanks to Managing Editor Serah Pettigrew for assembling this blog.
After being hammered by cyclone Winston with winds of 230km per hour, and gusts of up to 325 km/h Fiji, has been left with homes and livelihoods destroyed. Many Fijians are still cut off from utilities, telecommunications, and essential medical services.
Remote islands such as…
Added by Robert F. Kay on February 23, 2016 at 10:30pm — No Comments
I want to thank Gary Yost for a really insightful video. Rugby and Fiji are joined at the hip.…Continue
Added by Robert F. Kay on January 29, 2016 at 2:32pm — No Comments
My new partner in crime, Serah Pettigrew, send along this cool areal of Suva...my how things have changed since I lived there. Some incredible views of the harbor, the Domain, Victoria Parade, the Government Buildings...you name it.Continue
Added by Robert F. Kay on December 29, 2015 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Another terrific video on Fiji. Film maker Gary Yost on Vanu Levu chronicles the a portion of life of a farm family on Vanua Levu. Some wonderful singing.
Added by Robert F. Kay on December 14, 2015 at 2:53pm — No Comments
I discovered a cool series of videos by a guy named Gary Yost. Some of the best footage I've seen on Fiji in a while. Here's a vid of the world-renowned Fiji Police Marching Band as they boogie down the main street of Savusavu.
Added by Robert F. Kay on December 4, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Over fishing is harming corals and impoverishing communities. Fish are…Continue
Fiji has some of the most beautiful and diverse coral reefs on the planet, which create beaches, protect communities, provide fisheries resources, and attract guests to our shores. However, a mass coral bleaching event is now occurring in Hawaii and Kiribati and is…Continue
I recently received a blog offer from a company in Australia called Auvisa.org. I passed on their blog but liked some of their photos which come from one of the employees who has his own travel blog. The photos, mostly of the Nadi area,…Continue
Added by Robert F. Kay on October 25, 2015 at 12:30pm — No Comments
The film “Fiji Time” is about Jean’s return to Fiji after leaving over 40 years ago. A beautiful story that I like to share. The film is by Alexandra Lacey....
When you are born in a land your ancestors have stolen, who are you?
This forgotten piece of history is written by Michael Field, a New Zealand journalist and writer.
Added by Serah on October 15, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Fijiguide.com is handing the reigns of the website to a younger generation.
As of October 1, Serah Pettigrew of Wellington, New Zealand will take over as…Continue
Added by Robert F. Kay on September 26, 2015 at 8:18am — No Comments
We like to stay in touch with grass roots tourism in Fiji and that means connecting with people who are in the trenches, doing the work. We recently interviewed Rusiate Ratakele, the founder of Nadi-based…Continue
Added by Robert F. Kay on September 1, 2015 at 7:30pm — No Comments