Fiji … the last frontier for your first dose of authentic, cultural and sustainable eco-adventure! Partake in a traditional yaqona (Kava) ceremony, view the cosmopolitan city of Suva from the top of Joske’s Thumb, or ride the white water rapids of the Luva River. Fiji simply has it all.
If you’re traveling at a more sedate pace, go trekking in any of our tropical park reserves and take in the splendor of our flora and fauna. Alternatively, for real Fiji Time, share in the indigenous way of life with a village visit.
The reception you will receive at one of the numerous home stays around the country will warm your heart, and develop life long friendships with the friendliest people in the world.
So whether you choose to hike or bike, enter a cave or ride a wave, Fiji is tailor-made for relaxed, authentic experiences and adrenaline filled adventure.
When you visit Fiji you’ll have many choices of activities and attractions to choose from, including doing nothing at all.
Each resort has its own schedule of activities that will vary from region to region. Naturally, watersports are the most popular. Swimming, snorkeling, waterskiing, sailing, kayak tours, and fishing are available all over Fiji.
With over 300 islands, there is no shortage of beautiful reefs and exciting marine life and many tourists come to Fiji for the scuba diving and snorkeling. On all of the shallower reef dives there is an abundance of hard corals of every size, shape and color. It’s not unusual to dive around large bommies covered with both hard and soft corals.
Most resorts have great hiking trails available around the resort and neighboring islands. Village visits are very popular with tourists and the Fijians who live there are enthusiastic and welcoming. The children are especially intrigued by those visitors with Polaroid or digital cameras. You’ll probably be invited to participate in a kava ceremony and maybe even a meke