History and Culture
Nadi was accepted as a town in Fiji in 1947 and ever since then tourists have been visiting to see the Sabeto Hot Springs, Robinson Crusoe Night Tour, and Garden of the Sleeping Giant (www.fiji.travel/destinations/nadi). Fijians have many different cultural ceremonies such as the Meke and the Yaqona. The Meke is when women dance to music to tell legends of the history of Nadi. The Yaqona is a drink that is supposed to make you feel mellow and relaxed. According to www.tourismfiji.com, the legend came from Tonga where a princess died of broken heart and when they performed the ceremony a plant grew from her grave. There's many religions in Fiji, but the most common ones are Islam, Christianity, and Hinduism. Everybody knows how to speak English in Fiji, but they usually also know ow to speak Fijian or Hindi.