10 reasons why Fiji is an LGBTQ+ friendly destination

10 reasons why Fiji is an LGBTQ+ friendly destination

1. Homosexuality is not illegal in Fiji

The word ‘bula’ in Fijian translates to ‘welcome’ and that’s exactly how you’ll feel the moment you touch down in fabulous Fiji. 


Since 2010, homosexuality has been considered ‘legal’ and back in 1997, Fiji was the world’s second country that protected the rights of those being discriminated against purely based on their sexual orientation.

2. Perfect honeymoon destination

Whilst same-sex marriages may not be legal (yet) in Fiji, commitment ceremonies in Fiji are popular among the LGBTQ+ community. 

If you’re set on legally solidifying your love elsewhere, this tropical paradise is a heavenly destination for an island honeymoon. Check into an all-inclusive adults-only resort, spend your days drinking Pina Coladas around the poolside, or work on your tan lines on a pristine soft sandy beach. 

3. Have the option of choosing an LGBTQ+ friendly-stay

Whilst you won’t at all be unwelcomed when booking any of the accommodations in Fiji, there are a bunch of hotels and resorts that are known for being LGBTQ+ friendly, where you’ll feel just that extra bit more comfortable and at home, offering a safe community. 

There are options to suit all budgets…Check into luxurious Tokoriki Island Resort, DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Fiji that is conveniently located near Nadi or opt for a beachfront villa at Six Senses

4. Feel at ease while you laze around with your lover

If your intention is just to spend a quiet memorable time with your lover without those judgy eyes, Fiji is your best choice. There are also plenty of fun activities to do such as snorkelling, stand-up paddling, scuba diving, or simply laze around with some coconut drinks admiring the most breathtaking sunsets.

5. There are many cultural activities to indulge yourselves in

We all love to refuel our cultural tanks when travelling, right? One of the best parts of visiting any new country or city is getting to experience what local life is like for other cultures.

Deep dive straight into a rich culture and history right here in Fiji. Visit the local markets in main cities like Suva, check out the Fiji Museum in Nadi, wander through one of many ecotourism villages, like Abaca in the Koroyanitu National Heritage Park (also home to the scared native Dakua tree), enjoy fire dancing and take part in a traditional kava drinking ceremony. 

6. Go island-hopping without interruptions

Consisting of an archipelago of 333 isles, no matter where you decide on basing yourselves for the duration of your stay, there are many day trips and outings to be enjoyed, both on land and out at sea. 

Take an island day trip to Tivua Island, enjoy a relaxing boat cruise up the Navua River or spend the day in the sunshine hopping around the stunning Mamanuca Islands or Yasawa Islands loaded with many popular diving and snorkelling spots. 

7. Forget being limited to one hotel, pick the entire private island, queen!

Apart from just LGBTQ+-friendly accommodation options, there are also a few private islands around that are extremely hospitable and welcoming, such as Taveuni Island.

In case you didn’t know this before, out of the 333 Fijian islands, many of them have been bought privately, giving the buyers sole ownership. Many families have built private resorts on these islands and offer the option of hiring out the entire island – no, we’re not kidding!  

8. Enjoy a romantic sunset dinner cruise

If you do happen to be travelling with your partner, or even a group of friends, enjoy a bougie dinner cruise out on the water, departing from Denarau Marina on Denarau Island in Nadi. 

Enjoy cocktails as the sun sets and the sky changes to a million different shades, enjoy a BBQ dinner, including the option of fresh lobster and there’s even a cultural show that happens onboard. 

P.s. There are tons of different cruise options, from river safari cruises to oceanic ones. 

9. Relax and unwind at award-winning Spas

Famous in Fiji for being one of the best LGBTQ+-friendly resorts, the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa also sports incredible spa treatments with the option of having yours done in a beachside cabana just metres from the ocean. 

If you prefer to be indoors, the Orchid Room (ideal for groups too) offers an incredible treatment centre, including steam showers, a plunge pool and a relaxation lounge. Choose from a variety of treatments that combine Eastern and Western techniques and methods. 

Apart from the spa at this hotel, there are other options around the islands. 

10. Put on them dancing shoes and meet like-minded individuals/a community

Surprised to hear there’s a nightlife scene that speaks for this community? You shouldn’t be!

Don’t miss the intergalactic nightclub known as Purple Haze in Suva, and there are also a few clubs in Nadi and Lautoka that welcome all people, no matter your orientation. If you happen to be travelling here during the annual Fijian Sugar Festival, don’t miss night six where they host the Priscilla Night, a competition run by the transgender and gay community in Fiji. Here trans, gay, bi, heck, anyone can enter, and at the end of it, they crown a Priscilla Queen. 

11. World Class Golfing

Although it might sound quite ironic to refer to it as the Gentleman’s Game, it’s a sport known for its fine etiquette and sportsmanship, the reason why so many enjoy the sport still to this day…for some, it’s super therapeutic too. 

Enjoy world-class golfing courses, and there are even accommodation options that host golfing ranges within the property! Time to perfect that backswing! 


15 exciting activities for your Fijian adventure

15 exciting activities for your Fijian adventure

Whether you are looking for an adrenaline rush, to work up some sweat, or a relaxing day, there is something for you.


If you’re planning a trip to Fiji, yay! You will not regret it.

Now comes the fun part: picking out activities to do in Fiji.

Without further ado, here are some suggestions you’re sure to enjoy.






  • Go snorkelling or diving

Fiji is the soft coral capital of the world. A short distance below the sea level lies a whole other colourful world. The two main islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, are host to some breathtaking sites that are the reason Fiji deserves its title.

Also, remember to check out Rakiraki in the north-eastern section of Viti Levu and Namena Marine Park at Savusavu. And for the more experienced divers, consider the three largest offshore islands: Taveuni, Kadavu, and Beqa.

  • Chill on the beaches

What is a beach vacation without a lazy day on the beach? A full day of doing nothing but digging your toes into the sand is a must while you’re in Fiji.

Some beaches you don’t want to miss are:

  • Monuriki, also known as Tom Hanks Island because the 2001 movie Cast Away starring Tom Hanks was filmed there
  • Natadola Beach, Viti Levu
  • Long Beach, Nacula
  • Caqalai
  • Blue Lagoon, Nanuya Lailai
  • Levena Beach, Taveuni
  • Waya



  • Enjoy water sports

Where there’s clear, blue waters, there are exciting water sports to partake in. Rent a paddleboard or kayak and have some fun. Go windsurfing or kitesurfing. Try sailing. The sea is the limit.


  • Go for a hike

While Fiji is known for its clear waters and gorgeous corals, there are also some stunning hiking trails to boast of. After days of fun at the beach, take a hike for a change in scenery. 


The following are some great treks that will give you a nice appreciation of Fiji:


  • Mt Koroyanitu Trail
  • Lavena Coastal Walk
  • Sigatoka Sand Dunes Walk
  • Mt Tomanivi Hike
  • Mt Vomo Trail
  • Mt Korobaba Hike
  • Vatalutu Trails
  • Lekutulevu Waterfall Hike
  • Waya Island Walks
  • Naiwaisomo Waterfall Hike
  • Take a relaxing cruise

If you wish, you could even take a cruise from various ports in Australia, New Zealand, or Tahiti.


Otherwise, settle for a cruise among the islands of Fiji. In fact, taking a local cruise like this is the way to see the “real” Fiji. 


  • Participate in a kava ceremony

It is common for Fijian families to gather and enjoy kava together daily, thus it is also known as “Fiji time”. 


Kava simply means grog, the national drink of Fiji. It is made from the crushed root of yaqona and gives you a pleasant, numbing feeling in the mouth. The drink is served in a large communal bowl during a ceremony, often to welcome guests to the village.


Do read up on the Fijian etiquette first should you wish to participate in a kava ceremony.


  • Visit the local villages

Would like a break from the hustle-bustle of the bigger towns? Then take a trip to a local village where you can enjoy the architecture and do some shopping. 


Here are some villages to start you off:

  • Navala
  • Levuka
  • Sigatoka
  • Savusavu
  • Port Denarau
  • Go bird-watching

Fiji is home to some of the most exotic birds on the planet. If bird-watching is your thing, you’re about to step into paradise. Stand a chance to spot these beautiful birds:

  • Fiji woodswallow
  • Beci
  • Kadavu crimson shining parrot
  • Sukphur-breasted myzomela
  • Collared Lory
  • Orange fruit dove
  • Fiji parrotfinch
  • Sacred & collared kingfisher
  • Try surfing

You bet Fiji has some tip-top surfing spots. If you’re looking to catch some waves, try any of the popular surf spots — Cloudbreak, Wilkes Pass, Natadola, Fiji Pipe, and King Kong Left & Right.


  • Experience skydiving

Yes, skydiving is another exciting activity you can experience in Fiji. Jump out of a plane (strapped to an instructor, of course, unless you’re licensed yourself) and watch the beautiful archipelago rush up to meet you. 


  • Enjoy a traditional Fijian lovo

A Fijian lovo is a banquet cooked using an earth oven. The lovo is usually prepared for special occasions and is a major part of the local culinary scene.


To prepare a lovo meal, a hole is dug in the ground and hot coals are placed inside. Next, the chef wraps the ingredients (often in banana leaf to preserve the moisture) and places them on the coal. Favourites are chicken, pork, fish, vegetables, and palusami, which is taro leaves filled with corned beef, onions, and coconut cream.


After placing the food inside the pit, the chef covers the hole with banana leaves, soil, or potato sacks. The food is left to cook for several hours, after which a cooked, scrumptious meal is served. 


  • Zip line through the trees

Take a treetop adventure; literally on top of the trees. Feel the wind in your face as you soar like a bird over lush trees, rivers, and waterfalls. It’ll be heavenly.


  • Experience a banana leaf massage

Need a day of pure pampering? Get a banana leaf massage. The banana leaf isn’t just for aesthetics; they are also detoxifying. You just might fall asleep.


  • Go fishing

If you’ve had fun eating the fishes in Fiji, why not catch a few of your own? There are some sweet fishing spots in Fiji, including


  • Near Suva, south of Viti Levu – giant trevally, yellowfin, marlin (depends on the time of year)
  • Around Kaduva, south of Suva – Spanish mackerel and yellowfin tuna
  • Tavenuni, northeast of Suva – tuna and mackerel
  • Around Namotu Island – Spanish mackerel, giant trevally, wahoo, and marlin

You can charter a boat if you wish to venture to Suva, Kaduva, or Taveuni.


  • Live in a bure

A bure is a Fijian-style bungalow, usually found on the beach with an outdoor shower. Many resorts offer the option. It’s a fun experience that will make you go, ah, I’m in Fiji!



21 family-friendly activities in Coral Coast

21 family-friendly activities in Coral Coast

The idyllic Coral Coast of Fiji is a dream holiday for families, made up of soft white sand beaches, low tides and crystal waters. Catering for such, there’s a plethora of family-friendly resorts and hotels in this part of Fiji too, equipped with full-on family-friendly activities, kids clubs and required amenities. 

Spend your days outdoors, whether it’s among the lush jungles or along the pristine beaches, day-trip around the country and let your kids experience a totally different culture. If you’re looking for an ideal beach holiday destination for the next family vaycay, there’s no need to look any further. 

1.) Fun for all ages out in nature: Kula Wild Adventure Park

This wildlife sanctuary is home to incredible wildlife, including reptiles and birds, a zipline running across the treetops, and a waterpark filled with slides, making it a great half or full-day activity with the little ones. 

If you’ve got a budding biologist on your hands, experience their Ranger for a Day activity where the kids get to dress up, feed and help take care of the animals. 

Address: Map

2.) Pretend to be Zendaya for the afternoon: Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park 

If you’ve travelled to coastal countries like Australia or South Africa, you may be familiar with beach dunes already, created naturally and forming the softest banks of sand. 

This is another activity that the whole family can enjoy, and they even offer tours where guides explain the different oceanic plants and ancient archaeological sites along the way. Even teens will have a blast, reenacting scenes from the popular 2021 sci-fi adventure film, Dune. 

Address: Map


3.) Do you think you’re a horse whisperer?: Horse Riding

This is one of those activities most kids dream of doing at least once in a lifetime, and what could be more idyllic than trotting on the soft beachy sands along shallow crystal-blue waters?! 

There are a few places around Coral Coast that offer horseback riding…Natadola Bay Horse Riding is located right next to the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa, and Gecko’s Resort and Mango Bay Resort both offer the activity too.


4.) Have you ever flown above water?: Hydro Sports Fiji

You’ve obviously picked Fiji because of its oceanic-centric vibes, so get to enjoy a bunch of watersports you may not be able to do back home! 

Ever tried flyboarding before where you literally fly into the sky propelled by water? It’s suitable for ages six years and up, plus there are also inflatable towables, wakeboarding, kneeboarding, parasailing and jet skiing activities to try! 

Address: Map

5.) Looking for something unique to try on land?: Hot Glass Fiji

If you’ve ever watched Netflix’s Blown Away, you may feel immediately inspired and excited to try out this epic activity, but if not, it’s something really unusual to get to try anyway. 

Try your hand at glassblowing (guided by the in-house professionals) and get the opportunity to make your own masterpiece souvenir to take home with you. There are also beautiful creations for sale here. 

Address: Map

6.) World’s first Jet Boat & Village Safari: Sigatoka River Safari

Take a jet boat cruise along the Sigatoka River and lap up the good times with this multiple award-winning adventure. 

Cruise down the river on a customised jetboat, stopping off at local villages along the way for a taste of true authentic local living, and your tour guide is full of knowledge and stories as you pass through the lush jungle scapes and waterways. 

Address: Map

7.) The only heritage passenger train in Fiji: Coral Coast Railway

Still running today between Cuvu and Sigatoka Town, this is more of an organised tour than a transport system. Jump inside the old red open cabin and enjoy a local tour, stopping off at local markets and shops, villages, and sand dunes. 

Expect full commentary along the way, which is super useful for you getting to know and learn about your surroundings. To find the station, head to Shangri-la’s Fijian Resort where the office is located out front. 

Address: Map

8.) A sensory explosion: Sigatoka Market

Bursting with colours and exciting fruits and street food you may not have seen before, or at least in person, turn a trip to the market into a fun, educational and tasty adventure. 

The central market is covered, but still open planned, lined with stalls and rows of tables selling all sorts of produce – very similar to the local markets in Sri Lanka. Some interesting fruits to try include Rose apple (Kavika), Sour Sop (Custard Apple), Plantain bananas (Vudi), and Fijian Longan (lychee). 

Address: Map

9.) The ideal spot to start: Learn to surf 

One of the reasons why so many families pick Coral Coast is because of the ridiculous calm waters surrounding the islands here. Thanks to its flat ocean, it’s the perfect starting point if you’re learning to surf, especially for the young ones. 

There are also a bunch of surf camps that you can attend/send the kids to, even some that offer both surfing and yoga! 

Address: Map

10.) Visit a local village: Vatukarasa Village

One of the things we love most about Fiji is that it’s still so rich in local culture. Spend the morning, afternoon and even a full day exploring one of the many local villages around – you can opt for a guided tour to a local village, like Vatukarasa village, or you can wander into one yourself where you’ll be welcomed with open arms. 

Wander the local farms, watch kids playing rugby, let the locals show off their traditional cooking methods, visit rivers, and so much more!

Address: Map


11.) Family-friendly resorts with kids club, etc 

Many of the luxury resorts around cater heavily for families, making sure that you’ve got everything you need in a stay when travelling away from home, whether you’re with tots, toddlers or teens. 

You’ll find the family-friendly accommodation options offer kids and teen clubs, organised beach activities, waterparks, babysitting services and more. Popular options for families include Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort, Fiji Hideaway Resort & Spa, InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa and  The Warwick Resort. 

12.) Watch the locals in action: Lawai Pottery Village

Available to visit on your own, or as an organised tour, this local village makes a living from their trade, pottery. 

Get to witness the artists in action, moulding together vases, bowls, cups and all sorts (of which you can buy as a souvenir too). The process is explained from start to finish, and you’ll also be invited to join in a traditional kava-drinking ceremony and Fijian dance. 

Address: Map

13.) We bet you’ve never ever tried this before: Ecotrax 

Cutting through mangroves and crossing bridges over waterways, ride down the tracks of an old sugar cane railway, but not via train!! 

Instead, using a modified electric bicycle carriage (Velocipede) that’s mounted onto the railway, either peddle yourself is let the automated motor zoot you along, taking in the local scenery as you whizz by. You’ll also stop at a local village and a remote beach for swimming and snorkelling. 

Address: Map

14.) Enter…If you dare…: Naihehe Cave Safari 

Also known as the ‘Cannibal Caves’, this historic site was once home to a tribe of cannibals and the sacred site still contains the original cooking oven. 

Naturally, this is suited for older teens (or babies that have no idea what’s going on), and there are tons of different tours to choose from that stop here. However, if looking for something extra special, try this 4×4 safari excursion that’s topped with a BBQ lunch (a good option for kids as not much walking is required to get here). 


15.) Championship Golf Course for players of all skill levels: Natadola Bay Golf Course

Located parallel to the beach, enjoy scenic rounds of golf at each one of the 18 holes, and it’s the perfect family bonding activity. 

If you’re teaching your little ones how to swing for the first time, there’s a practice facility with a 9-hole putting green, and whilst you’re on the field if the rest of the famdam is not up for playing, relax in the tropical-inspired Clubhouse. 

Address: Map

16.) The beaches 

Made up of 333 islands, it’s no surprise that beaches basically surround you no matter where you are. 

But there are some that are more suited for families, with calm waters and soft sands, like Natadola Beach. Sunset Beach is another stunner, and if you are looking for something extra special to try with the kids, charter your way to the private Honeymoon Beach in the middle of the ocean. 

17.) It’s time to go chasing waterfalls: Biausevu Waterfall

Make your way to Biausevu Village and from here you’ll trek just under an hour until you reach the 20 metres, two-tiered waterfall, the perfect spot for an afternoon dip. 

It’s a powerful fall, also making it an incredible photo-op, and don’t forget your sunblock and tons of drinking water along the way. 

P.s. It’s known locally as Savu Na Mate Laya Falls. 

Address: Map

18.) If you’ve explored all there is to see around the Coral Coast: Day Trips 

Because the country consists of so many islands, there are tons of locations to explore around you which are suitable for a day trip and don’t take long to reach at all. 

If the family needs a break from the salt and sunshine, head to manmade Denarau Island lined with luxury resorts, a world-class golf course, a shopping mall and a marina. From here, you can further head onto the Mamanuca Islands, another gorgeous snorkel and dive location. 

19.) The perfect place to learn: Scuba Diving & Snorkelling 

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again…the waters surrounding Coral Coast are just perfect for families, with no rough waters or waves rolling in. 

This renders it a perfect place for snorkelling and learning how to scuba dive, with many shallow reefs around you. Most of the resorts will offer certified PADI diving lessons, suitable for the ages of eight years old and up. 


21.) Leave behind the tech devices: Fishing 

Growing up this was one of my favourite Sunday rituals to do with my father, and is a great bonding activity. 

You can either charter a boat out to sea which you can organise from your stay, or simply wander the beaches with your kit and look for a group of local fishermen gathering, and join the pack! At the mouth of the Sigatoka River is a popular spot for families too. 

21.) Baravi Handicrafts & Cafe

If you’ve spent the day exploring and are looking for a quick bite to eat, stop by this cafe and handicrafts boutique for a treat of local delights. 

Order a cappuccino or cuppa tea, munch on a slice of cake, and browse the goods and souvenirs, from jewellery to home decor items. 

Address: Map


Things to do in Fiji and the best time to do them

Things to do in Fiji and the best time to do them

There are two main seasons in Fiji: 

  • The dry season — May to October
  • The wet season — November to April

But don’t worry, because no matter the weather, there’s always something to do in Fiji.

Dry season
  • Watch humpback whales

Every June to October, the humpback whales migrate from the Antarctic to the South Pacific for the warmer weather. You can spot them near Kadavu Island lagoon with their calves. If you’re feeling brave, sign up for a tour to swim and snorkel alongside them. Otherwise, watch them from aboard a boat. 

  • Enjoy soursop season

Soursop is a type of tropical fruit. It has needles on its skin and juicy, delicious meat with a hard, black seed at its heart. Some say that its taste would remind you of pineapple, papaya, strawberries, mango, banana, and coconut all at the same time!

Soursops are rich in vitamins and are known as a cancer-buster. The fruit can be enjoyed as a drink, ice-cream, sorbet, cakes, jellies, or jam. June to September is harvest season in Fiji, so it’s your chance to help yourself to a healthy portion.


  • Hike Mount Tomanivi

If you’re looking for an adventure, consider a hike up an extinct volcano. Expect chirping birds, native plants, and mountain streams on your way up, with breathtaking scenery to boot. 

The earlier part of the hike is easier, but it gets steeper as you reach the top, so be sure to dress appropriately with the necessary gear. It’ll all be worth it when you see the beautiful islands spread out below you.

Wet season
  • Enjoy the local cuisine

Although the rain during the wet season will keep you indoors, you can turn “crisis” into opportunity by making a food trip out of your time there.

Here are some dishes to start you off:

  • Lovo
  • Baigan valo
  • Fijian roti
  • Babakau
  • Palusami
  • Cassava cake
  • Fiji coffee
  • Lolo buns
  • Kokoda


  • Take a Fijian cooking class

After you’ve tried the food, why not try to prepare them yourself? Take a Fijian cooking class where you’ll learn to make your favourite Fijian dishes. After that, more eating awaits!


  • Visit the Museum

Fiji might not be the museum hub of the world, but they do have some pretty fascinating stuff. If you’re looking to immerse yourself in the history and culture of the island, do check out these museums: 


  • The Fiji Museum
  • Ba Civic Museum
  • Levuka Museum
  • Kalevu Cultural Museum
  • Orchid Island Cultural Centre


Your memories in Fiji will last you a lifetime. Make it count.


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21 romantic things to do in Fiji for couples

21 romantic things to do in Fiji for couples

Are you planning your dream honeymoon vacation to Fiji, or perhaps just an idyllic holiday getaway for you and your special someone?

Apart from the obvious like its soft white sand beaches lined with Coconut trees and waters so blue you have to pinch yourself to believe it’s real, there are tons of other things to do and see around Fiji’s 333 islands that are utterly romantic and will make you fall in love instantly.

1. Ever had a picnic in the middle of the ocean?Honeymoon Island

Aptly named, couples especially enjoy this activity – especially if you’re surprised by it and have no idea where you’re going.

Made up of 333 islands, many privately owned and can be reached by chartered seaplane. Here, enjoy the ride until you reach your final destination, a tiny deserted island with nothing around you except a dreamy picnic for two set up, with the endless ocean surrounding you.

2. Horseback ride along the beach at sunset: Horseback Rides

This is one of those activities most kids dream of doing at least once in a lifetime, and what could be more idyllic than trotting on the soft beachy sands along shallow crystal-blue waters?!

There are a few places around Coral Coast that offer horseback riding…Natadola Bay Horse Riding is located right next to the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa, and Doubletree Hilton Sonaisali, Gecko’s Resort and Mango Bay Resort all offer the activity too.

3. For the best views from above: Private Helicopter Island Tour, Heli-Tours Fiji

You’ll notice that sea charters in Fiji are a common mode of transport, whether it be by plane or helicopter, but it’s not just transfer services that they offer.

Instead of exploring Fiji’s 333 islands on water, try something extraordinary instead, like a scenic heli-tour over the ocean and isles. Snap up incredible photos, and you can customise your tour to include the parts you’d like to fly over.

4. Totally private and made for couples: Adult-only Resorts

We get it, we’ve all been there…when planning a super romantic getaway, nothing can ruin the moment quite like loud screaming babies, or overtly loud teens – hey, we’ve all been young once.

To avoid any imperfections this holiday, especially if you’re here on honeymoon, consider booking your stay at one of Fiji’s many luxurious adult-only resorts, many of which are located on private islands. Tokoriki Island Resort is one of the world’s top adult-only stays, and some other options include Likuliku Lagoon Resort and Tropica Island Resort.

5. Feeling fancy? Private yacht charter

Day trips around the islands of Fiji are one of the most common activities to do and you’ll find tons of tours everywhere. If the pair of you are not keen on joining a group of randoms for the day, opt for chartering your own private yacht for the day.

Although it will cost you slightly more, get to experience an intimate and luxurious sailing trip through the see-through tropical waters, with lunch included like lobster and sushi! Check out Big Blue Fiji for their ‘bespoke sailing charters.

6. A once-in-a-lifetime experience: Dolphin Watching

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Day trips around the islands of Fiji are one of the most common activities to do and you’ll find tons of tours everywhere. If the pair of you are not keen on joining a group of randoms for the day, opt for chartering your own private yacht for the day.

Although it will cost you slightly more, get to experience an intimate and luxurious sailing trip through the see-through tropical waters, with lunch included like lobster and sushi! Check out Big Blue Fiji for their ‘bespoke sailing charters.

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