If a tree falls in a forest, does it make a sound?
If we don’t post on Instagram, did we go on holiday?
These days, it’s impossible to deny the how the brag factor makes its way into the holiday mindset. Photos taken and posted from where you’d rather be are a form of social currency, bringing clout to our digital personas. Keep your social media game strong on your next Fiji holiday at these unbelievable destinations.
And - of course - don’t forget to live in the moment and enjoy the experience as any photos are taken!
Fiji’s famous double-decker floating dayclub Cloud 9 is paradise at sea. Anchored in the middle of turquoise waters and coral reefs, Cloud 9 is off the coast Malolo Island of the Mamanucas and near the mainland of Viti Levu. Snorkel, relax, sip cocktails, eat pizza, and pose, pose, pose!
One of the world’s best waves, Cloudbreak’s reputation is global. Surfers will find this history-making left hand barrel off the coast of Tavarua Island. For those who prefer to watch surfers in action rather than getting in on it, follow precaution to stay out of surfers’ way and get a dose of the ocean’s most impressive tricks.
Along with traditional meke (dance) performances, a fire show is one of Fiji’s most spectacular traditions to watch. As the sun sets, poi light up the night as native Fijians perform with flare.
It wouldn’t be a trip to Fiji without a hammock nap! No matter where in Fiji you visit, you can adapt to Fiji Time and post up in a hammock for the morning (or afternoon or evening). Just remember to snap a photo before you drift off into dreamland.
Going to a local market shines a light on what it’s like to live in Fiji - not just holiday there - and what a delicious mix of influence makes Fijian cuisine. Take a photo and take a taste of the technicolour produce.
If Cloud 9 is for a party at sea, Mala Mala Beach Club is for a party on land. A short distance from Port Denarau, this day club is made for relaxing, drinking, snacking, and exploring the surrounding shallows. The club is located on its own island, lending itself to roaming until you find the perfect photo shoot backdrop.
Modriki island, also known as Monuriki, is one of the Mamanuca Islands. It was here that the film Cast Away was filmed. Seize the photo opp to stand by the island’s famous ‘HELP ME’ coconut-in-sand sign. Bonus points awarded if you BYOW (Bring Your Own Wilson).