From the moment you arrive in Fiji, you’ll be greeted with a big smile and a boisterous “Bula!”.
The genuine kind-heartedness and friendliness of the Fijian people will make you feel right at home, if home was tropical paradise.
Fiji is one of the most accessible island destinations of the South Pacific, with the pride of the nation being marine activities which include snorkelling, diving, swimming with manta rays and reef sharks, and fishing (most likely with some new friends).
Fijian life is centred around the water, village, family, church and rugby, as well as the odd kava circle. If you are invited to participate in a kava ceremony it’s generally odd to decline, so strap yourself in and plunge head-first into a cultural experience to remember.
The tourist hub of Fiji is Port Denarau in Nadi on Fiji’s largest island Viti Levu. Full of five-star resorts, it’s the place to go for a luxury escape or a jumping off point for adventures in the Mamanuca and Yasawa islands, or the Coral Coast.
With a holiday in Fiji, you’ll truly discover what it means to be on ‘island time’ and you won’t want it to end.
Like many of the South Pacific islands, Fiji is a wonderful travel destination all year ’round, but if you have particular experiences in mind these may dictate your travel plans. For example, if you want to see the manta rays in the Yasawa Islands, manta ray season is May to October. April to... view
The currency of Fiji is the Fiji Dollar, and it’s fairly stable relative to Australian and New Zealand dollars. As a tourist, you can expect to pay similar rates to what you would in Australia or the US. That said, Fiji does have a huge range of accommodation price points, perfect for everyone... view