The heart of the vast South Pacific pumps strong across Fiji’s 333 islands. The most-visited island Viti Levu has two airports, one on each side, but the surrounding ocean is peppered with an abundance of pristine islands. These are only five of Fiji’s lesser-known islands that would enhance any trip to this remarkable archipelago.
Part of the Lomaiviti Islands, Koro Island is one of the many Fijian islands where visitors are able to get a taste of the how rustic village life of indigenous Fijians mixes with unparalleled natural beauty. A visit to this island is perfect for visitors looking for a special connection with the culture.
One of the Yasawa Islands, Kuata is the perfect launchpad for a diving adventure. There are over 10 sites, including The House Reef, a cave dive, the Pinnacles, multiple coral bommie, and more. On dry land, explore the honeycomb rock formations or relax on a stretch of pristine beach.
Modriki, or Monuriki, was made famous in the 2000 film Castaway. This uninhabited island off the coast of Fiji’s largest island Viti Levu is part of the larger Mamanuca Island group. Perfect for day cruises to explore white sand beaches, volcanic rocks, and blue lagoons, Modriki island is your perfect escape.
Fall in love with this heart shaped island off the coast of Viti Levu. Tavarua is the closest island to the iconic wave called Cloudbreak and encourages all kinds of water activity, from kite-surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, snorkelling, diving, and - of course - surfing.
A scenic transfer from Suva Airport brings you to the sands of this private island. With one resort - the Toberua Island Resort - visitors can stay on this side of paradise. A nine-hole golf course brings an active dimension to the idyllic island and the local villagers are happy to share traditional crafting techniques with visitors.
Take a trip of your own to the stunning destination of Fiji.