Viti Levu is the largest island in the Fijian archipelago, the capital city of Suva and the biggest city Nadi with the international airport is located on this island. The island is divided by a central mountain range with inactive volcanoes, and the Sigatoka river meandering south along a fertile valley. In the southeast of the island lies Suva, South Pacific’s largest city, which boasts a rich cultural heritage. The southern coral-fringed coastline offers a lively mix of resorts, and a variety of adventure sports including scuba diving with tiger sharks. Up north, you’ll find plenty of water attractions, including dolphin-spotting, kite-surfing in Nananu-i-Ra, and beautiful coral reefs in the Bligh Passage. Venture inland and you’ll discover traditional villages, vegetable and sugar plantations, rainforest, magnificent sand dunes, and waterfalls.