There are no direct flights from Russia to Fiji. The easiest way to get to Fiji from Australia and New Zealand.
How comfortably move around Fiji?
Road traffic: car rental: Car rental on Fiji relatively roads. But the car is the best way to get acquainted with Fiji, especially if we are talking about large islands. And on Viti Lev, it is enough to rent a passenger car, but on Vanua Levu or Taveuni is better to rent an SUV, because very often designated on the map as asphalt, roads may turn out to be case.
On Fiji left-sided movement. To rent a car, you will need to present the rights of international sample (International Driving Permit) and have a credit card. Often it is required that the minimum age was 21 years old, and in some cases 25 years. The average cost of renting a passenger car per day is 70fjd plus taxes and this, provided you rent a car for a week. The price can be twice as much if you rent a car for one day. Some companies establish the minimum rental period of the car – 3 days.
On Fiji 5100 km of roads. 90% of these roads is located on the islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. And only a quarter of these roads have a normal road surface.
Taxi: Buses: hitch-hiking: Airports: Nadi International Airport Airport – Fiji Main International Airport;
Nausori Airport – Second International Airport in Fiji.
Airlines: Air Pacific – Fiji International Airlines;
Pacific Sun – Regional Airlines on Fiji Islands for Air Pacific Airlines.
Railway: Ports: With the exception of Mamanuk and Yasava Islands, to most small islands of the archipelago can only be reached on the flight boats and catamarans. For example, the island of Kadavav, who is considered a fairly large island, do not go round boats, for delivery to the island and back, hotels and resorts use their own boats.
Regular ferry flights are carried out between the Islands of Viti Levu, Vanua Levu, Taveuni and Ovalau. Ferries transport passengers, cargoes and vehicles.