Fiji counts 333 paradisiacal islands waiting to welcome you. A short flight away from New Caledonia, Fiji offers great accommodation and premium service. From excursions to shopping and dining, visitors keep coming back for more. In 2011, Fiji attracted 675 000 tourists.
Fiji's cultural identity is a subtle blend of Polynesian, Melanesian, Chinese, Micronesian and Indian influences. Many islands remain uninhabited as the archipelago only counts 849 000 souls. Fiji is world-famous for its splendid diving spots…and its rugby team! The simplest daily activities take on a new dimension in Fiji's exotic scenery.
Here you will meet friendly people whose laidback lifestyle is contagious. You will indulge in life’s simple pleasures and time will seem to slow down. Whether you want to swim, surf or dive, Fiji's stunning beaches await you. If you travel inland, enjoy majestic hikes through the jungle or along the steep slopes of a volcano. In Suva, Fiji's capital, you will enjoy unique cultural outings. The city counts many colonial buildings that contrast with modern facades. Indulge in local culinary specialties such as Kakoda - fish marinated in lime and served in a coconut shell.
Activities galore with friends or family
Fiji is famous for its splendid diving spots. Amateurs will find countless diving schools that even cater for kids, ages 8 and up. All official diving centers are affiliated to the International Diving Agency. Alike other South Pacific destinations, Fiji's underwater spots shelter an abundance of tropical fauna. Savusavu is famous for its exceptional dives.
Navala is one of Fiji's most beautiful villages. It is located north of Nadi in the Ba Highlands. Famous for its traditional thatched buildings, the village is an absolute must-see. Before visiting it freely, you should ask for permission and make an offering (sevusevu) to the Chief.
Mamanuca and Yasawa islands
Take a cruise around the magical Mamanuca and Yasawa islands. You will enjoy breathtaking tropical scenery, away from crowds and tourist spots. The islands offer countless accommodation options if you wish to stay overnight. From coral gardens to limestone formations and crystal-clear waters, experience a unique journey.
For a truly lavish experience, book one of Fiji's luxury resorts. Premium service, refined food and professional staff… just give in and indulge! Resorts meet international standards and cater to your every need. Staff will always go out of their way to make your stay outstanding. Most resorts feature a Kid’s Club as to better assist families.