If there's adventure in your soul, Fiji is the place to indulge it.
The Fiji Islands in the South Pacific are an archipelago of over 333 islands packed with attractions that can be found no where else and offers a unique experiential opportunity for the visitor. Whether you seek Romance, Relaxation, Cultural Immersion, Cruising the Sea, or the Ultimate Eco-Tourism escapade, you'll find fulfillment here.
A nature lover's delight, Fiji has an unspoiled, unique environment of extreme beauty and tranquility. Adrift for millennia in splendid isolation in the blue of the South Pacific it has escaped the evils of industrial progress, the incursions of dangerous animals, poisonous snakes, spiders and pestilent diseases such as malaria. It awaits your discovery.
Wanderers Flavor: Discover all of Fiji’s Entrancing Regions
For us - it's about soaking in the beauty; swinging in a hammock with a drink and a book; or simply enjoying a gourmet meal on a private beach with a loved one.
For us, it is about enjoying a wide variety of adventurous outdoor activities , all while rubbing elbows with "the friendliest people in the world."
For us - it is about escapism into the uninhabited tranquil islets with warm, crystalline waters that will make you think you've been "Castaway" into the "Blue Lagoon" -- and you might have been if you're on what was once a movie set-- while other areas offer rainforest trekking, bird-watching, diving, mountain biking, fishing, and "kava" ceremonies in remote villages of traditional "bures" (thatched-roof bungalows).
The Coral Coast
The Coral Coast begins at Momi, approximately 12.5 miles (20 kilometres) south of Nadi. The paved highway meanders through spectacular scenery featuring Fijian villages, sugar cane fields, coral lagoons and beaches.
Denarau Island is located a convenient 20 minutes from Nadi Airport and 10 minutes from Nadi Town. It offers a variety of accommodation and activities, amongst which is a championship golf course.
The Kadavu Group, Fiji's fourth-largest island lies about 62 miles (100 kilometres) south of Viti Levu. Divers are particularly fascinated by the 32 miles (50km) -long Astrolabe Reef which encloses a lagoon containing a number of islands.
Lomaiviti is small group of islands (including Ovalau), approximately an hour ferry ride off the coast of Viti Levu. It contains both premier and backpackers resorts.
Set among deep blue waters with fringing coral reefs of turquoise and pastel green, the Mamanuca Islands and the islands of Nadi Bay offer tourists some of Fiji's most outstanding island beauty. Home to a range of resorts that are as different as they are unique.
Nadi is Fiji’s Airport town. A colorful marketplace, located only a few minutes drive from the airport, features yaqona stalls, homemade souvenirs and local culture. Nadi is also the gateway to the Mamanuca Group where leisurely options include laid back surfer camps and exclusive hideaways.
The Northern Islands (Vanua Levu and Taveuni)
Fiji's northern region Vanua Levu and Taveuni, as well as the smaller islands. The region is home to more than a dozen resorts which are easily accessible by air or local ferry. Most are small and intimate and offer the type of vacation difficult to find anywhere else in the world.
Pacific Harbour best known as the 'Adventure Capital', was developed as a complete visitor destination with its own 18 hole championship golf course and inland waterway. Fishing and a host of other activities await the visitor.
The Sun Coast (Lautoka/Rakiraki)
The rugged north coast is known as the Sun Coast for its relatively dry climate. This mountainousregion around Rakiraki is home to the world renowned 'Fiji Water'. Visits to the Fiji Water Plan can be arranged beforehand.
Suva, the Capital of Fiji, was developed in the late 1800's and retains much of the character of the colonial period. Its many attractions include shopping, restaurants, nightclubs, markets, a museum and sightseeing tours.
The Yasawa Islands largely contains Backpacker resorts with a number of 5-star properties as well.
On a sight seeing sojourn:
Must do in our list: Snorkelling over shallow reefs close to shore, diving, which offers a full range of a underwater experiences, riding in a jetboat,trekking in the tropical rainforests, swimming in the crystal clear waters of a rushing river, or even a visit to a sacred cave- Naisese cave.
How about a full day or half day shopping tour of Suva, or a special week-long excursion aroundthe major island where you can pilot a raft through raging rapids, sail through the magnificence of theYasawa island chain or safari into the highlands to see rugged peaks and remote villages... fromsightseeing to shopping we have it all in Fiji.