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Moon Handbooks Fiji
by David Stanley. Avalon Travel Publishing, 9th Edition, 2011. Paperback, 419 pages.
Veteran South Pacific travel writer David Stanley has been visiting our islands for years, and his straight-shooting, unsentimental style has made his guidebooks a must-read for many a Fiji traveler.
Lonely Planet Fiji
(Lonely Planet Travel Survival Kit) by Justine Vaisutis, Mark Dapin, Claire Waddell & Virginia Jealous. 7th Edition, June 2006. Paperback.
Extremely popular, easy to use and comprehensive guide to our beautiful islands from the well-known Lonely Planet Travel Survival series.
Lonely Planet Diving Fiji by W & A M Mahaney. 2000. Paperback, 141 pages. An outstanding guide to the warm, clear waters of Fiji. Fiji is a paradise for divers and snorkelers. This guide will help you make the most of your underwater time.
Let's Visit Fiji
by John Ball & Chris Fairclough. 1988. Paperback, 96 pages. Why should only the grown-ups have the fun of planning a trip to our islands? Children 9-12 years old will enjoy this introduction to Fiji.
Moon Handbooks South Pacific by David Stanley,2004. Avalon Travel Publishing, 1067 pages. Covers the many archipeligo nations of the tropical South Pacific. If you are planning to travel to any of these spots during your travels, this a massive, but definitive resource. While it encompasses more than one country, it is by no means diminished in it's detail.
TASTES OF THE PACIFIC
The Real Taste of the Pacific by Susan Parkinson, Peggy Stacy, & Adrian Mattinson. 1996. Paperback, 112 pages. This locally-written and designed cook book provides over 200 traditional and contemporary South Pacific recipes for you to try at home.
Terrific Pacific Cookbook by Anya Von Mremzen & John Welchman. 1995. Paperback. This exciting cook book explores the wonders of fusion and Southeast Asian cuisines. Fancy some Chutney-Glazed Grilled Chicken with Mint Relish, or perhaps some Barbequed Tandoori Shrimp? This book is one of our favorites!
Alan Wong's New Wave Luau: Recipes from Honolulu's Award-Winning Chef by Alan Wong & John Harrison. 1998. Hardcover, 224 pages. Fiji has the lovo, Hawaii has the luau. Alan Wong uses his legendary talents to provide a contemporary twist to an age old way of cooking.