Bula and welcome to Fiji - an exotic melting pot of cultures and traditions, home to pristine beaches and lush, tropical hinterland. Resorts and hotels in Fiji vary from family friendly accommodations to luxurious and exclusive resorts and island hideaways for adults, most with fabulous spas and some with beautiful golf courses.
- Choose to stay on the main island or one of the more exclusive offshore islands
- If you're planning your wedding abroad, LikuLiku Lagoon Resort and Tokoriki Island Resort offer wedding packages
- Diving and snorkelling are popular activities - particularly good for spotting manta rays
- As it's situated on the date line, there's a spot on the island of Tavenui where you can have one foot in today and one foot in yesterday
- The Fijians are incredibly friendly and welcoming - it's worth taking the time to visit local communities to learn about their history and customs
Fiji holiday highlights
Choose to stay on Fiji’s picturesque Coral Coast, a stretch of brilliant golden sands and idyllic palm fringed shores on the south coast of the main Fiji island of Viti Levu.
For a more secluded experience try one of Fiji’s exclusive offshore islands. From the convenient resorts on Denarau and Sonaisali that sit just off of shores of Viti Levu, to intimate, luxurious hotels dotted across the Mamanuca, Yasawa and Beqa Islands. These small islands are an escapist’s idyll, enhanced by genuine and welcoming Fijian hospitality.
The islands of Fiji enjoy a typical tropical climate throughout the year with high temperatures and humidity the norm. Fiji has, on average, around six to eight hours of sunshine a day with fairly consistent temperatures throughout the year. You would be very unlucky to experience more than a few hours of rain in a day even during the wet season, which runs from late December to mid March.