The second-largest Fiji island, Vanua Levu (40 mi/65 km northeast of Viti Levu) offers coconut plantations, striking mountains and bays, tropical foliage, great diving and total relaxation. It's divided ecologically and ethnically into two sections—the hot, dry, cane-planting Indian section to the north and the lush, green, copra-producing Fijian area to the south. Labasa, the main town, sits among sugarcane fields near the north shore. It's dominated by the sugar mill, which for several months... Subscribe to travel42 to read the full Destination Guide.
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