Fiji's third largest island, it has been called the "Jewel of Fiji" and is known as the "Garden Island", but whatever your preference, you'll find Taveuni and its neighbouring islands of Matangi and Qamea stunningly beautiful and you will call them "unforgettable". Hundreds of waterfalls crash down around the coastline, their waters so clean it is said that in the days of the sailing ships, they would back up to them to refill their water tanks. One of the world's rarest flowers, the Tagimaucia is found only on Taveuni, four thousand feet above sea level on the fringes of the lake. The name means 'crying tears of despair' and behind it is a legend with twists of love and a happy ending