The northern islands of Vanua Levu (Big Island) and Taveuni are known for their leisurely pace of life.
Savusavu has become a popular centre for tourists owing to its diving and yachting facilities.
Taveuni is Fiji's third largest island and is world renowned for its amazing underwater habitant including the 31km long Rainbow Reef.
Also known as the Garden Island, it's covered in dense tropical bush and offers pristine forest walks, horse riding, historical sights and bird watching.
Fiji's northern region is easily accessible by air also includes the smaller islands of Laucala, Qamea, Matagi, Namenalala, Nukubati and Kaibu which offer a range of accommodation options.
The Sugar town of Labasa is connected to the tourist and copra town of Savusavu through the Savusavu/Labasa Highway and accessible by car, bus or passing van.
The hibiscus highway offers another alternative van ride to view some of the most pristine areas in the North. One can also travel through the Savusavu,Saqani, dogotuki highway which is a whole day ride and watch the largest bay in Fiji the Natewa Bay.