Fiji is a world where white sandy beaches and swaying palm trees meet pristine oceans and fabulous coral gardens. A place where tranquil villages and boutique island resorts meld into a fascinating blend of cultures and experiences.
Situated among the warm, tropical waters of the South Pacific, Fiji is home to 333 magnificent islands – some inhabited, most not. The legendary locals welcome visitors with their cheerful greeting, "Bula." For these friendly Fijians, smiling is second nature. You will instantly feel their warmth and generosity, and their relaxed spirit is infectious.
These magical islands are the ideal destination for any honeymoon or romantic escape. Featuring a deluxe variety of world-class resorts and exclusive boutique hotels, they offer the perfect setting to laze on sandy shores or take a romantic stroll at sunset.
With vast oceans, turquoise lagoons and pristine waterways, there are also many opportunities for adventure. Visitors can go swimming, snorkeling, diving, surfing, kayaking and even whitewater rafting. Boasting a remarkable 4,000 square miles of coral reef, Fiji offers an unparalleled diversity of marine life and a range of exhilarating diving experiences.
During your stay, cruise to the outer islands and discover their untouched beaches, trek through rainforests and tropical gardens, or find their small, welcoming villages and immerse yourself in their culture and ancient history. Or you can explore the small bustling town of Nadi, which is filled with enticing shops and known for its exquisite dining options.
The experiences available on the islands of Fiji are as diverse and numerous as the number of islands in the region. These islands call to all dreamers, adventurers and lovers, "Bula" – Welcome.
The island of Beqa, which is most known for its spectacular lagoon, was named the "Soft Coral Capital of the World" by the famous oceanographer Jacques Cousteau. Truly an underwater sanctuary, it is one of the best areas in the world to go shark diving. Luxury clients seeking romance within these gorgeous natural surroundings can stay at the Royal Davui Island Resort on a small, private island located just off the coast of the main island... Read Morebeqa special offers
The Mamanucas (pronounced Mamanuthas) are a group of twenty volcanic islands known for their beauty and diversity. Located just off the west coast of Viti Levu, these islands are easily accessible from Nadi International Airport. They offer an abundance of sunshine and activities, allowing all types of travelers—from romantics and honeymooners to adventurers and families—the chance to enjoy continuous warm weather and pristine tropical surroundings... Read Moremamanuca special offers
Taveuni, the fourth largest island in Fiji, is a priceless gem in Fiji’s crown of islands. Aptly named "The Garden Island of Fiji," it is a tribute to Mother Nature and her unique ability to create beauty and perfection. The island is covered with lush tropical rainforests and cascading waterfalls, creating the ideal home for an abundance of indigenous flora and fauna. Taveuni is surrounded by beautiful coral reefs that harbor some of the world’s best dive sites... Read Moretaveuni special offers
Vanua Levu, the second largest island in Fiji, blends together all of the best attributes that give the country its unique charm—warm and hospitable people, lush rainforests, immense sugar cane fields, swaying coconut groves, thriving copra plantations, pristine sandy beaches and one of the world’s largest barrier reefs. This particular island in Fiji includes the coastal region of Savusavu and the town of Labasa... Read Morevanua levu special offers
Viti Levu, the largest island in Fiji, is the site of the nation's capital and home to the majority of the country’s population. The various regions on this island include the city of Nadi, Port Denarau, the Coral Coast, Pacific Harbour, and the capital city of Suva. Nadi (pronounced Nandi) is on the western side of the island. Home to Nadi International Airport, it serves as the principal port of entry for all air travelers to the destination—often before they venture off to the more picturesque islands in Fiji... Read Moreviti levu special offers
The Yasawa Islands are a chain of islands linked together geographically, historically and culturally. Consisting of seven main islands and numerous smaller islets, they stretch in a northeastern direction for more than eighty kilometers and are separated by narrow expanses of what is known as Bligh Water. The Yasawas are not only a paradise for cruisers, divers, backpackers and of course their own Fijian inhabitants, they are also a perfect haven for those looking for an exclusive retreat... Read Moreyasawa special offers