Just by looking at a photo, it is easy to see that holidays in Fiji will be spent in paradise. An archipelago of more than 300 tropical islands of all shapes and sizes, Fiji is all white sandy beaches, palm trees, and turquoise lagoons. The country’s stunning natural beauty, luxurious spas, and all-inclusive resorts ... Read More
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Just by looking at a photo, it is easy to see that holidays in Fiji will be spent in paradise. An archipelago of more than 300 tropical islands of all shapes and sizes, Fiji is all white sandy beaches, palm trees, and turquoise lagoons. The country’s stunning natural beauty, luxurious spas, and all-inclusive resorts make it an ideal wedding or honeymoon destination. A trip to Fiji is equally loved by families, divers, and relaxation-seekers.
Surf Cloudbreak, Fiji’s most famous wave just off the Tavarua and Namotu islands
Explore the archipelago by jet ski
Visit the colourful Sri Siva Subramaniya temple
Go sky diving over the Mamanuca islands
Swim with Manta Rays
Take a mud bath at the Sabeto Hot Springs
Chances are most of your visit to Fiji will be spent in the water. Be sure to pack plenty of swimwear, some waterproof footwear, and consider bringing your own snorkel gear for impromptu dips beneath the surface.
Be prepared to leave some of your comforts at home. Many of Fiji’s islands are unequipped for hot water and flushing toilets, even at some top resorts. But let’s be honest - the gorgeous scenery makes up for it.
Don’t be alarmed if you see Fijians walking around carrying machetes. This is a very common site in the country as they’re used to chop away vegetation across the islands - and to open coconuts!
Time in Fiji seems to stand still and, as such, you won’t find much of anything resembling a schedule in the country. You eat when you’re hungry and your activities are dictated by the tides. Leave your watch at home and just go with the flow.
When choosing seafood as your meal of choice, avoid reef fish like moray eel and sea bass. Reef fish feed off coral, which means they’re sometimes infected by toxic blooms. Stick to deep water fish, like tuna and marlin.