Discovering the Province of Naitasiri


Located in the island of Viti Levu, Naitiasiri is one of the provinces that make up Fiji. It spans a land area of 1,666 square kilometres on the northern and eastern portion of the largest island in the country. It is important to note, however, that the province does not cover the capital town of Suva.

As of the 2007 census, Naitasiri is home to 160,759 people, making it one of the most populous provinces in the country. The province is known for natural resources such as sprawling indigenous forests, fertile agricultural areas. It is home to the Monasavu Hydroelectric dam which is situated along the Nadrau plateau.


Export produce farming and dairy farming are the main economic drivers in Naitaisir. The village of Lutu is particularly successful in the exports industry.


Neighboring Suva is a popular travel destination in the Viti Levu Island. The capital city of Fiji is just a few minutes’ drive from Naitasiri.

For those who want to go sightseeing, they will find a lot of interesting landmarks worth a visit in the city. These include the Carnegie Library which was built in 1909. They will also find a number of colonial style buildings all over the area. The Fiji Museum at the Thurston Gardens is also worth a stop as it houses an extensive collection of historic artefacts that tell a story of the country’s past. The museum also serves as an educational institution that specializes in archaeology.

There are also a lot of open spaces in the area. From Naitaisiri, the nearest ones would have to be Suva Point where tourists can experience magnificent views of the sunset and sunrise.

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