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Getting Around Fiji

Most Fijians don't own cars so public transport is cheap, though slow and sometimes uncomfortable. Local buses work and stop at the Queen's Road between the markets in Nadi Town and Lautoka. Public buses leave each hour on the hour and between 6am and 8pm Monday to Saturday, local bus leave and arrive to spots every half an hour The buses that go to Votualevu pass the Tanoa International and Fiji Mocambo hotels. You pay when you board, just tell the driver where you're going and he will tell you how much to pay. Fares vary according to the length of the trip. About F50¢ (US30¢) will get you around the Nadi area. If you are planning a trip to the city, buses and taxis are the main mode of transportation. Try to take a local bus at least once. The ride is bumpy and usually breezy (as most buses have no windows, just canvas blinds to keep out the rain) but lots of fun. Buses run regularly between cities and towns on the main island of Viti Levu. A bus trip between Nadi and Suva takes about five hours.


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