Sparkling seas and smiling faces are just a short flight away. Now's the time to holiday in the happiest part of the planet!

Home to the happiest people in the South Pacific, Fiji welcomes visitors all year long. There are islands with white sand beaches to relax on and islands with jungles to explore, resorts designed for adults only and resorts designed for families. Fiji plays the perfect host for every kind of island getaway that you could imagine.

South Pacific Fiji

Beautiful Beaches

Fiji is famous for its incredible palm-lined beaches, lagoons, caves and coral reefs. And for good reason. The Coral Coast is home to resorts with beachfront bures and the chance to dining in the sand. Off the coast of the Mamanuca Islands is where travellers will find some of the world's best surf breaks.

Spas and Wellness Centres

Relaxation is an essential part of holidaying in Fiji. In fact, Fiji offers some of the best luxury resorts and day spas. Indulge in daily massages and treatments or find zen in nature with Fiji’s mud pools and hot springs.

Cultural Exploration

Spend a day in the life of Fijian villagers by visiting their beautiful local communities. In the Coral Coast, opportunities to get a taste of the culture abound. Join Fijians for an authentic kava ceremony in the Pacific Harbour. Or explore the local markets of Sigatoka to shop for local produce and Fiji-made handicrafts.

Heart-Racing Experiences

If you think Fiji is all sunshine, palm trees, and cocktails…well, you’re right. But satisfying a craving for an adrenaline boost is easy to achieve. Pacific Harbour, only 3 hours from Nadi, is the adventure capital where you can jump at the chance to go rafting, kayaking, off-road driving or quad biking, and ziplining.

About Fiji

  • Fast Facts

    Fast Facts

    Fijian, English and Hindustani
    Fijian dollar (FJD)
    Visa Requirements


    Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay
    Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay
  • Must Do's

    Must Do's

    • Participate in a Kava Ceremony
    • Jump into the Fiji Mud Baths
    • Cruise to Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands
    • Eat a traditional Lovo
    • Dive on Viti Levu and Teveuni
    • Snorkel on the Yasawa Islands
    • Surf on the Mamanuca Islands
  • Family Friendly Activities

    Family Friendly Activities

    • Sabeto Hot Springs - get dirty for the best clean feeling ever at the legendary Fijian mud baths
    • Zipline Fiji - fly through the rainforest and over streams and waterfalls
    • Kula Eco Park - get the chance to hold a Fijian iguana, see snakes, and meet all kinds of Fijian creatures
    • Fijian school visit - make new friends with the local children
    • Kids Clubs - many of the resorts have special kids clubs with some of the best - and most fun - childcare
    • Glass bottom boat ride - sail the seas on a glass bottom boat, where babies, toddlers, and children can safely view coral and other marine life
  • Key Festivals and Events

    Key Festivals and Events

    • New Year’s Day Fiji (1 January)
    • Holi (February-March)
    • Ram Naumi (March-April)
    • Easter (March-April)
    • Palm Sunday (March-April)
    • Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna Day (May)
    • National Youth Day (May)
    • Queen’s Birthday (June)
    • Bula Festival (August)
    • Eid al-Fitr (first half of year)
    • Hibiscus Festival (August)
    • Sugar Festival (September)
    • Friendly North Festival (September)
    • Fiji Day (October)
    • Diwali (October-November)
    • BlueSky Fiji Music Festival (November)
    • Boxing Day (26 December)


















  • Off the Tourist Trail

    Off the Tourist Trail

    • Walk the Lavena Coastal Walk - take on the 5km coastal walk that hugs the forest's edge to see Taveuni's incredible villages, volcanic black sand beach, and white sand Lavena beach
    • Hire a 4WD - explore Vanua Levu, an island less frequented by travellers, with an adventure to match
    • Visit the Wasali Nature Reserve - hike the trails of this tropical rainforest to see waterfalls, hot springs, and other unforgettable natural wonders
    • Ride a billi billi raft - by way of bamboo raft, sail down river in Sigatoka to explore caves used by cannibals once upon a time

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