Be sure to check out a lovo feast, the traditional Fijian meal cooked in a pit. Most resorts offer a lovo feast at least one night a week. Resorts can also organize a formal or informal kava ceremony. One thing you might not expect in Fiji is Indian food, but with nearly 40% of the population coming from Indian immigrant origins (many brought in under British colonial rule), you'll encounter some excellent Indian cuisine. At upscale resorts, chefs often hail from Australia or New Zealand, bringing with them their countries' taste for fresh seafood and lamb. If you like to fish, check to see if the resort will prepare your catch for you; many will if you've gone out on their boat.