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Bear Grylls' The World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji: What to do in Fiji

Camp on a remote island with Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji

Whitewater raft through black volcanic walls barely five meters apart, snorkel among vividly hued coral, hunt for crabs in dense mangrove forest, and trek up soaring sand dunes.

Or simply camp under the vibrant Fijian stars in a safari tent, surrounded by hundred-year-old swaying palm trees and soothed by the rhythmic lapping waves of the sea on this Fiji remote island.

Ride a wave, snorkel or simply sit back and relax on the Mamanuca Islands

The Mamanuca Islands are a favourite destination for surfers all over the world. Namotu Island is just three miles from Cloudbreak, known as one of the best waves in the world.

Alternatively, stay at the stunning Mana Island Resort & Spa where you can simply kick back or carry on the adventure land or sea. From bush walking, kayaking, snorkelling to stand up paddle boarding, it has it all. Or get involved in the Mana Island’s reef rejuvenation programme.

For more information: www.manafiji.com

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