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Fiji is the perfect destination for every kind of holiday-maker. Here’s our quick breakdown of what you’ll find in Fiji’s most popular places.
Once the domain of the budget conscious, now also boasting several 4-5 star resorts for luxury seekers. Pristine unspoilt beaches offering amazing snorkelling, swimming with manta rays and reef sharks or explore local villages for a glimpse into Fijian life. A three hour ferry ride from the mainland means the Yasawas is more secluded and the perfect antidote “for those wanting to get away from it all.”
Under an hour from the mainland makes this beautiful area very popular. Options to suit all budgets, great family friendly snorkelling and one of the best surf breaks in the world.
Convenient for quick getaways and young families - from airport to resort in 20 minutes. No “postcard perfect” Fiji beach but high-end resort lagoon style pools have you feeling tropical in no time. Dining options galore on your doorstep or a short Bula bus ride away.
Great for diving, nature and all things aquatic. Popular with repeat travellers to Fiji wanting to explore more of Fiji away from mainstream locations – laid back and a distinct lack of commercialism this feels like the Fiji of yesteryear.
Adventure junkies take note – in under an hour’s drive from Suva you can Jet Ski, kayak, fish, white water raft, zip line and shark dive between bouts of relaxation.
Drive one and a half hours from the airport to an area offering something for everyone from the active to the sedate. Whilst the beaches may not be as ice white as the outer islands, you’ll get an authentic Fiji experience. Some of our most popular resorts are on the Coral Coast – ask us about some of our amazing all inclusive packages – no more worries about blowing the budget while away.
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Kids’ clubs feature everything from crab racing to treasure hunts. Some resorts even have their own inflatable water parks. Ask us about family bures which can accommodate several guests, inter-connecting suites and resorts which sleep up to three kids in one room.
For active teens, sand dune adventures and forest hikes keep the kilojoules burning. And if they need bragging rights for the school yard, there’s shark snorkelling and manta ray swimming.
With glistening resorts, private beach picnics and fine dining with toes in the sand, couples flock to Fiji. We highly recommend a day at the adults-only Waitui Beach Club at Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa. Enjoy this exclusive adults only retreat with its own pool, swim up pool bar, poolside cabanas and restaurant.
Getting off the well-worn track could involve getting off the ground altogether — and onto a Captain Cook discovery cruse. Explore Fiji’s lesser-visited islands such as Vanua Levu and Taveuni, or the Lau and Kadavu Islands which are rarely seen by tourists.
You don’t want to worry about the budget while chilling out. Look out for resort deals where kids stay, play and eat for free, usually up to the age of 11. All-inclusive is advantageous because you pay for everything in advance and often includes accommodation, meals, unlimited drinks, nightly entertainment and various water activities.
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