Fiji

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David Stanley, 2004 - Travel - 356 pages
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If you want to travel to any of the 322 islands in the Fiji archipelago, Moon Handbooks Fiji has everything you need. From coverage of Fiji's top-rated resorts to the newest adventure tourism facilities and little-known backpacker areas, travelers of all interests will find the destination to suit them. This guidebook includes vivid descriptions of the islands' dazzling beaches, rainforests, and reefs, with a special focus on scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, windsurfing, rafting, kayaking, hiking, bicycling, and golf. Complete with practical essentials, including photographs, illustrations, and 53 easy-to-use maps and transportation tips for island hopping by sea or air, Moon Handbooks Fiji is the guide for a uniquely personal travel experience.
 

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South Pacific expert and veteran travel writer, David Stanley knows the best way to experience Fiji from making waves at one of the world’s premiere diving spots to getting away from it all in lesser-known villages. David provides great trip ideas such as Best of Fiji, Island-Hopping, and Diving in Fiji.
Packed with information on dining, transportation, and accommodations, Moon Fiji has lots of options for a range of travel budgets, plus recommendations for must-see sights and regional, area, and city-centered maps. Complete with details on the best beaches and tips on prolonging a trip to the islands, Moon Fiji gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
 

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User Review  - Diana E. Young - Goodreads

This book is a must-read for anyone traveling to Fiji. I find the Moon guides a little more inclusive and not just catering to the budget or backpack crowd. After using this guide to find restaurants ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Since 1979 David Stanley has authored numerous travel guidebooks to the Pacific Islands, Alaska, Canada, Cuba, and Eastern Europe for Lonely Planet and Moon Handbooks. His travels have taken him to 187 of the 193 United Nations member countries. He currently lives on Vancouver Island, Canada.

 

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