Fiji Holidays

Outstanding crystal-clear waters, archipelagos bursting with diversity, lush tropical rainforests, and a blend of cultures underlined by a heartening hospitality – all these make Fiji a globe-trotter's paradise. Whatever your holiday aspiration may be - from venturing into a romantic escape, luxuriating by the beach with your family, to diving into an adventurous break with friends - Fiji always has something to offer.

Regardless of your budget or preference, you'll discover a myriad of activities and sightseeings to select from. Whether it's exploring the shimmering jewellery at the local market, plunging into the pristine blue waters, or just – in true Fijian style – sitting back and enjoying a traditional Kava ceremony, your Fijian journey is sure to be laden with unforgettable memories.


From the cosmopolitan appeal of its capital city to the alluring charm of remote isles, Fiji's bountiful landscape presents a kaleidoscope of captivating holiday destinations. In this segment, we're exploring some of Fiji's most charming spots, from the bustling Nadi to the secluded realm of the Yasawa Islands.


Known as the gateway to Fiji, Nadi not just hosts the international airport but also a vibrant range of colourful markets, a captivating Hindu temple, and verdant gardens to explore. Its close proximity to Denarau Island – famous for its luxury resorts – also makes Nadi a recommended destination for travellers.


As Fiji's beating heart and the most cosmopolitan city, Suva is a confluence of cultural attractions, verdant parks and shopping destinations. Key draws include the Fiji Museum, the Thurston Gardens, and Albert Park.

Yasawa Islands

If seclusion is what you seek, the Yasawa Islands are the perfect haven. With small, intimate resorts that are tailored to offer a remote retreat, these northerly islands are yours to explore with their exquisite beaches and excellent snorkelling opportunities.

Mamanuca Islands

Just off the coat of Nadi, the Mamanucas are a group of idyllic islands popular for their stunning beaches and seascape. Renowned for world-class resorts, these islands are a favourite for families and couples alike.

Vanua Levu

Fiji's second-largest island, Vanua Levu, is a haven for the curious traveller. You can enjoy diving around the Rainbow Reef, discover diverse bird species in Waisali Nature Reserve or visit the charming town of Savusavu, renowned for its hot springs and pearls.

Where to Stay

From luxury beachfront resorts on palm-fringed isles to family-friendly accommodations in bustling towns, Fiji caters to a broad spectrum of travellers. In this section, we've cherry-picked some of the best places to lay your hat in Fiji, whether you're with your beloved, the entire clan or in the enjoying the company of your comrades.

For a family holiday

For a family-friendly beach holiday, Coral Coast on the southern coast of Viti Levu is hard to beat. The resorts here provide child-friendly amenities while the shore is teeming with countless watersports options. Alternatively, the Mamanuca Islands also offer a range of family-focused resorts with kids clubs and plentiful activities.

For a couples holiday

Nothing screams romance than having a private island to yourselves. Yasawa Islands has a line-up of intimate retreats perfect for couples who are in search of seclusion. For those who prefer a blend of relaxation and vibrant nightlife, Denarau Island is your best bet, with its luxury resorts and bustling waterfront port.

For a holiday with friends

Nadi’s close proximity to the beach, nightclubs and Denarau Island makes it a convenient base spot for a holiday with friends. If you prefer the ultimate beachfront experience, Mamanuca Islands provide a mix of budget and mid-range resorts perfect for group stays.

When to Visit

Fiji's tropical climate ensures relatively stable temperatures throughout the year, rendering it an attractive year-round destination. However, May to October, also known as the "dry season", is considered the most favourable period to visit as it has less rainfall and humidity.

Meanwhile, the "wet season" from November to April sees higher temperatures and increased humidity, often leading to heavy rainfalls and potential cyclones. It is nevertheless chosen by some travelers due to the lower prices offered in this off-peak season.

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