Protected: Fiji, Four Ways

Four elements of nature steer a writer’s adventures around Viti Levu island’s Sigatoka region.  
Fiji, Four Ways
Coral Coast’s greens and blues race your Eco Trax pushbikes, as they jangle along an abandoned sugarcane railway. Photo By: Sohini Das Gupta

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There are no direct flights from India to Fiji. Flights from Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru to the gateway city of Nadi on the archipelago’s Viti Levu island include one or more layovers at Southeast Asian cities such as Singapore and Hong Kong, or stops in Melbourne, Brisbane or Auckland. It is a one-hour drive from Nadi to Sigatoka via the hibiscus-and-frangipani-frilled Queens Road.

  • Sohini Das Gupta travels with her headphones plugged-in and eyes open. While this doesn't stall the many accidents that tend to punctuate her journeys, it adds some meme-worthy comic relief. She is Assistant Editor at National Geographic Traveller India.

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