For the perfect holiday, choose from affordable accommodation all the way through to exclusive 5 star resorts, bunk down in a hostel or book an island to yourself.
Famous for its soft coral diving, white sand beaches and pristine natural environment, Fiji is a leader in eco-tourism. For business travel there is no better place halfway between North America and Asia.
Weddings and honeymoons in Fiji are a dream of a lifetime, and families and children have a special place here.
Set in the tropical South Pacific, the Fiji islands are a vision of a tropical island paradise that’s real. White sandy beaches, swaying coconut trees, pristine oceans and waterways are waiting to be explored, with things to see and do that appeal to all kinds of travellers.
In the north of Fiji, Taveuni is where you will find the Somosomo Strait, with world-famous spots such as The Great White Wall and Rainbow Reef. Named the 'Garden Island' due to the colourful profusion of tropical plants and flowers, Taveuni is surrounded by waters as rich as its topside flora, making it Fiji's unofficial diving capital.
At Volivoli you'll find some of Fiji's most affordable beachside accommodation without having to compromise on quality. Ra Divers, our fully certified SSI & PADI Dive operation, offers great value dive packages for beginners and experienced divers. Divers will find a variety of marine life and fascinating shipwrecks nearby, just waiting to be explored. Sample Fijian culture at our traditional dancing performances and take part in a Kava ceremony.
"Award-winning Garden Island Resort is only a short flight from Nadi International Airport, a tranquil hideaway with panoramic ocean views, breathtaking sunsets, world-class diving and a bevvy of recreational pursuits.
Award-winning Garden Island Resort offers world class diving and a bevy of recreational pursuits. Renowned for their professional PADI dive operation, friendly staff and breathtaking sunsets, it’s your home away from home."
This 5-night tour is well-suited for those looking to explore Fiji's adventurous side. The Sigatoka Off-Road Safari offers you a half-day Fijian adventure that will take you along the road less travelled, seeing more of the beauty of Fiji’s interior and learning more about the cannibalism history of Fiji’s largest cave system, the Naihehe Cave. There is also a full-day tour visiting Suva, the capital of Fiji.
Revel in our 5-star resorts, stroll on our glimmering white beaches hand-in-hand at sunset, snorkel, dive, surf or kayak our pristine oceans, white-water raft our clear and clean waterways, cruise the ocean around our mainland and outer Fiji Islands, trek our rainforests, backpack the outer islands, visit our welcoming villages and experience sustainable living, or immerse yourself in our unique culture and history.
If you want a taste of the city in your holiday, check out Nadi, our jet town. Nadi is full of action, with jam-packed streets, enticing shops and exquisite dining. And then there’s our most precious asset, the smiling, generous, relaxed Fijians who greet you with our famous welcome – ‘Bula!’
Nearly everyone who visits Fiji comes to Nadi. Because of the international airport, this bustling multi-cultural town is the main hub for travellers offerimg great places to eat, drink and shop.
Main Street is the centre of action with plenty of shopping, and the latest Hindi or Fijian music playing from every storefront. With its wide range of quality accommodation and close proximity to Denarau Island, Nadi is an ideal base before you head out to explore the rest of Fiji.
A chain of exotic islands only a short boat trip from Nadi International Airport. Your perfect destination with stunning resorts matched with breathtaking white sand beaches.
In surroundings beautiful enough to star in ‘Cast Away’ and ‘Survivor: Fiji’ these islands offer parasailing, windsurfing, dolphin-watching, famous dives such as the Big W and Gotham City, some of the best surf breaks in the world, and just about any other activity you can do on or under water. Young or old, party animal or looking for a family holiday, there’s an island for everyone.
The remote Yasawa Island Group make up Fiji’s western border. The group’s statuesque islands are mostly high, grass-covered islands, with brilliant porcelain beaches and water painted in a palette of blues.
You won’t find any shops or banks here, but with so much natural beauty you’ll enjoy the break from civilisation. With gorgeous beaches, abundant sunshine and a range of backpacker resorts, this is the place to come for an affordable retreat in paradise.
Vanua Levu is Fiji’s second largest island. Less tourist-oriented than Viti Levu, there’s still lots to see and do for the more adventurous traveller.
Savusavu town is set in beautiful surroundings, with a protected bay that is a popular mooring for yachts. Wasali Nature Reserve is an untouched rainforest with hiking trails leading to spectacular views. Whether touring the Snake Temple near Labasa, diving to see the soft corals or just exploring along the Hibiscus highway, Vanua Levu has lots to offer.
Taveuni is known as the Garden Island and is an eco-tourist’s dream with nature reserves harbouring an abundance of native plants and wildlife.
Also known for dive sites such as Eel Reef and the Great White Wall, an amazing drop-off covered in white soft coral, a Marine Park was established at Waitabu in 1990 which teems with fish and coral. Hikers and nature fans are equally well served with the Bouma National Heritage Park offering hiking trails and world-class birdwatching, with Kula Lorikeets, Silktails and Orange Doves and 100 other species of bird calling Tavenui home.
Suva is Fiji’s capital, its largest city and one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Oceania.
A bustling and highly multicultural regional centre, Suva has everything you’d expect from a large city – trendy shopping malls and farmers markets, restaurants, entertainment, and a huge range of cultural activities. A modern city which still has many buildings dating back to the colonial era, Suva offers parks, gardens, museums, outdoor activities and a vibrant nightlife. A lively and dynamic city, you’ll be dazzled by Suva’s incredible mix of cultures and range of things to do.
The Lau Group, made up of a few small islands in Fiji’s far east, offer a glimpse of Fiji often not often seen by tourists. Life here is simple and somewhat wild – there are no restaurants and only three islands have have accommodation for outsiders.
If you’re prepared to venture off the beaten track you’ll get to experience Lau’s unique culture. If you want to see a place that’s utterly unspoiled, while still offering traditional Fijian hospitality, then visiting the Lau Group is your chance.
Kadavu is one of the best places to experience true Fijian culture. With just one town and very few roads, you can escape modern life and experience Fiji’s incredible natural beauty.
Completely unspoiled, the islands are renowned for diving and are home to the world-famous Great Astrolabe Reef. There’s plenty to see inside the islands too, including rainforests, birdwatching and guided sea-kayaking tours. Accommodation is plentiful, and while getting around is an adventure, it’s worth it to experience such tranquil, untouched islands.
Images Courtesy of Matava Adventure Eco Resort
Denarau Island, on the main Island of Viti Levu, is the largest integrated resort in the South Pacific. If you want to splash out and be pampered, this is where you want to be. Less than 10 kilometres from Nadi, it boasts eight large resorts, stunning beaches and an 18-hole championship golf course.
You’ll find an excellent range of accommodation, with the resorts offering designer suites, stunning swimming pools and a wide range of restaurants. Whether you want to shop, have some adventure or experience some of the best dining Fiji has to offer, you’ll find it all at Denarau Island.
The Lomaiviti Group is the perfect place to experience laid-back island life and also visit the Unesco World Heritage Site at Levuka.
The islands are at the heart of Fiji’s colonial past and are home to the country’s first capital, Levuka. Some of the inner islands are well-developed tourist destinations with plenty of facilities and attractions including diving, fishing, snorkeling and whale watching. Other islands are more like the Fiji of old and have few facilities, but still offer an enchanting island experience.
The Suncoast is a strikingly beautiful stretch of countryside along Viti Levu’s western and northern coast. This land of abundant sunshine, azure skies and dramatic grass-covered peaks is chequered with sugar-cane fields, rural villages and quaint market towns. Sprawling vistas, slow-paced rural life and an eternal summer make it easy to fall in love with this corner of Fiji.
Pacific Harbour / Beqa
Less than an hour’s drive from Suva is Fiji’s adventure capital, the Pacific Harbour.
The area lives up to its reputation as a spot for adrenaline junkies, offering a wide variety of activities to get your heart racing, from surfing and shark feeding to four-wheel-drive tours. For a more laid-back experience try a round of golf on the championship course, or enjoy a spot of fishing. There’s a good range of accommodation types, from budget offerings to some of Fiji’s finest hotels, and plenty of dining options.
The Coral Coast is an 80km (50 mile) stretch of small beaches and bays along the southern coast of Fiji’s main island – Viti Levu. You can’t miss the large coral reef that dominates views from the shoreline, offering endless opportunites to beachcomb and explore underwater nooks and crannies. Known for its many family-friendly resorts, the Coast gives you the full resort experience and a peek at the real Fiji in the many villages along the way.
Nestled in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean, Fiji may seem far away, but getting here is fairly easy. Fiji Airways, Fiji’s national carrier, has regular direct flights from many international destinations (Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Singapore, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Los Angeles and San Francisco). You can also book through Fiji Airways codeshare partner Qantas. Jetstar, Air New Zealand, Korean Air, Pacific Blue, Virgin Australia, Air Niugini, Air Vanuatu, Air Caledonie and Our Airlines also fly regularly to Fiji.
Nadi International Airport on the island of Viti Levu is the main gateway to the country for most travellers, and there are several domestic airports scattered throughout the islands.
A 4-month visa is granted automatically on arrival to visitors from most countries, you can check the list here. All you need is a passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond your stay. Those not on this list can apply for one through their nearest Fiji High Commission.
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Nestled in the heart of the South Pacific, Fiji enjoys a tropical island climate year-round with most months getting up around 30°C. A gentle trade wind often blows from the south-east to keep even the most active visitors to our shores cool and comfortable.
Some parts of Fiji get more rain than others and larger islands have their own wet and dry zones – generally the northern and western regions of the big islands.
The ocean surrounding Fiji usually has a pleasant temperature around 27°C, so ocean activities, such as swimming, snorkeling and diving can be enjoyed year-round. The water is usually clearer during the drier season, when scuba divers enjoy increased visibility around the coral reefs.
The most popular time to visit Fiji weather-wise is between late March and early December, with sunny days and a warm tropical climate offering endless options for lazing on white sandy beaches, diving beneath the waves and exploring inland.
The dry season runs from May to October. This is when it’s less humid and a bit cooler, so outside activities are more pleasant. This is also Fiji’s peak tourist season so the prices for airfares and accommodation peak as well, especially in June and July.
The wet season runs from November to April. Expect a few, brief, heavy showers in the late afternoon but these are usually localised. The smaller islands in Fiji typically receive less rainfall than the main Island. Fiji does experience an occasional cyclone in the wet season but these are well forecasted. Special offers on accomodation and activities can often be found during these months.
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