Suva, Fiji cruise holidays

The capital of Fiji is Suva, a beautiful harbour city built on a hilly peninsula, which stretches out into the sea. Although Suva is the commercial and political centre of Fiji, and the largest city in the South Pacific, its tall modern buildings are beautifully balanced by its rich traditional colonial architecture.

There is plenty to do and see in this exotic destination. You can stroll through Thurston Gardens, next to the official residence of the President of the Republic of Fiji, and peruse the museum's remarkable collection archaeological material, dating back 3,500 years. Discover some of Fiji's unique fauna and flora at the cultural centre on Orchid Island and visit Albert Park, where Charles Kingsford-Smith landed the 'Southern Cross' on his trans-Pacific flight in 1928.

Don't miss the municipal markets near the waterfront, which come to life on a Fridays and Saturdays with artefacts and handicrafts from Fijians throughout this idyllic island group.

Top thing to do in Suva

Mariamma Temple

The centre of spirituality and quiet prayer, the Mariamma temple is one of Suva’s most beautiful landmarks. Snap pictures of the colourful architecture and maybe even go and say a small prayer whilst you’re there.

Colo-i-Suva Forest Park

Trek this lush rainforest and reconnect with nature as you stroll through its impressive greenery. You can navigate natural pools and vistas and take your time as you marvel at your serene surroundings. You might even decide to go for a swim, so make sure to take some swimwear with you!

Suva Municipal Market

Located in the heart of Suva, the Municipal Market is a high-energy experience where you can sample fresh local delicacies. From fruits and veg to refreshing juices to sip on, there’s an array of stalls to browse. 

What makes Suva special?

Magical museums… Bustling markets… Incredible historical sites… Suva is a city that has so much to explore, with a little bit of something for everyone.  

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