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Officially known as the Republic of the Fiji Islands, Fiji is in the South Pacific Ocean and is a nature lover's delight. Fiji has an unspoiled, unique environment of extreme beauty and tranquillity, making it a dream destination for couples, friends, and families looking to enjoy a tropical holiday together. From the mainland island of Viti Levu to the outer islands, there’s more beauty than you’ll be able to take in. Whether you’re visiting for the beaches, the culture, the food, or all of the above, you’ll have plenty to enjoy. With over 300 islands and a population less than one million it is easy to enjoy this tropical paradise. Choose from one of our fabulous Fiji hotels, swim with schools of colourful tropical fish, snorkel over giant rainbow gardens of soft coral, or scuba dive in the reef. Fiji has lots of fun activities both on and off the water including sailing, white water rafting and golf. Bargain hunters will love a full day or half day shopping followed by a dinner of excellent fresh Pacific cuisine. A place to relax, unwind and rejuvenate, Fiji makes for the perfect tropical holiday, and we have Fiji accommodation options suitable for all tastes.

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Why visit Fiji?

Fiji is a popular holiday destination for friends, families, couples, and solo travellers, but what is it about the Fiji Islands that makes people keep visiting and coming back for more?
The first and most common reason to visit Fiji is to take in the natural beauty of the islands. From the amazing beaches to the hidden wonder of jungle waterfalls, nature's splendour surrounds you. The delicious foods, friendly locals, and exciting day trips only add to the appeal of Fiji.

When to visit Fiji?

The best time to visit Fiji depends on what you want from your holiday. For families, the summer period over December and January are popular. A lot of families plan their holidays around this time, which means that the kids can easily make friends at kids' clubs and entertain themselves while the adults relax on the beach.
For couples and friends looking to escape and avoid the crowds, the off-months like March & April and September & October could be perfect. Relax with your your loved ones and experience serene sunsets on the beach.

Getting around Fiji

Depending on how you plan to spend your time in Fiji, you can choose to hop on a bus, book a taxi, hire a car, or hire a bike to get around this tropical destination. There are plenty of buses and ferries that run around the Fiji Islands, so you won't find yourself stranded by any means. But if you're travelling with younger children, you might prefer to hire a car to make life easier with the little ones. On the other hand, if you're visiting with friends or a partner, playing it by ear and utilising public transportation when you need it could be perfect, and a great way to save on holiday funds.
The buses in Fiji use an electronic ticketing system, so make sure you purchase a disposal bus card before trying to board the bus. Temporary bus passes last for 30 days and any funds you don't use can be refunded.

Things to do in Fiji

When it comes to activities and things to do in Fiji, the Fiji Islands have plenty to enjoy. The most obvious Fiji activity is, of course, a trip to the beach. The pristine, white sand underfoot and cool, blue waters stretching out into the horizon are enough to tempt anyone into a trip to the beach. Be sure to bring your sunscreen, sunhat, and drinks.

Beyond relaxing on the beach, you'll also be able to try snorkelling, scuba diving, canoe/kayaking, and sailing if you can't get enough of the water. Though if you're looking to explore the other side of Fiji's natural wonder, there are plenty of walks and hiking trails throughout the Fiji Islands to explore. There are paths that range from those suitable for beginners and families to more challenging paths that deliver awe-inspiring views from the top. Wear your swimsuit underneath your hiking clothes and you might be able to leap into one of the natural water pools that decorate the landscape.

Animal lovers can go for a wander through nature to try their hand at bird spotting. Fiji is home to a lot of exotic, beautiful birds with mesmerising colouring. And if bird watching isn't your thing, the Kula Wild Adventure Park is a fun day out for all ages. Go on a self-guided tour and get to know some of the local animals that call Fiji home.
There are also attractions like museums, galleries, and temples you can visit to learn more about the culture and history of the Fiji Islands.

Things to do in Fiji if it rains

The various museums, galleries, and temples throughout the Fiji Islands are great wet weather options. The Fiji Museum is the most popular, located in the capital, Suva. The museum houses archaeological material thousands of years old, as well as cultural objects from Fiji's Indigenous peoples and other communities that have settled there. The museum's purpose is to house, preserve, and share the country's history and culture for locals and tourists to come and learn.

If wet weather makes you want to stay indoors, why not visit your hotel or resort's spa or salon if one is available? Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa is an iconic resort and the perfect setting for an indulgent Spa treatment. Book a massage, facial, or signature treatment to help soothe your body and calm you into the slow rhythm of the island.

Where to eat and drink in Fiji?

There are plenty of fantastic places to grab a bite to eat or a drink. In Suva, you can visit Husk Restaurant, located within the Novotel Suva Lami Bay for convenient access to great al fresco dining for any guests. Local produce is the star of the show, with fresh seafood, fruits, and more making up the a la carte menu. Local Favourite, Nadina Restaurant is worth a visit too. The menu boasts a wide range of authentic Fijian food and drinks. And if you're looking for the ultimate Fijian resort-style getaway with indulgent food and drinks, the Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa has multiple venues to delight your tastebuds. Waitui Bar & Grill, Bazaar Kitchen & Bar, Solis Restaurant, Suka Bar, La Parisienne Café, and Republik nightclub. There's a great venue for every moment of the day.

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