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Best time to visit Fiji

When is the best time to visit Fiji?

Congratulations, you made the right decision in choosing Fiji as your next travel destination! Now comes the fun part — planning. 

What’s the best time to visit Fiji? Here are some guidelines to help you decide.

Weather in Fiji

There are two main seasons in Fiji: wet and humid (November – April) and dry and pleasant (May – October).

Note that the southeastern part of Viti Levu (the main island) has higher rainfall than the rest of the island during the rainy season. Just something to keep in mind.

Mid-October to mid-November is when prices are lower, there are less crowds, and the weather is dry. Thus it is an ideal time to visit.

Take note of the antipodean school holidays (around April, July, September/October, and December), because that’s when hotel and airline rates are sky high.

When is the best time to visit Fiji?

You’ll definitely want to experience a festival while you’re there. Here are 10 of Fiji’s most important festivals so you may adjust your visit accordingly. The exact dates sometimes vary from year to year.

1. Festival of the Friendly North - Celebration of Culture

Celebration happens in August.

This celebration takes place in Labasa (an agricultural town on the Vanua Levu island) and is one of the most notable festivals in the country. It is a charitable event that started forty odd years ago. The proceeds go to a cause in Labasa, for example, better health services in the town. 

During the festival, the people of Labasa gather on the streets and at the famous Subrail Park. Be entertained by the beauty pageant. Don’t forget to congratulate the winner of the title!

2. Diwali - Festival of Lights

Celebration happens in October.

Fiji is home to a large population of Indians, thus Diwali is a major celebration on the archipelago. Traditionally, South East Asian countries like India celebrate the festival by lighting diyas. In Fiji, there are light-shows, firecrackers, parties, and lots of fun. All the locals regardless of religion or ethnicity come together to celebrate the festival.

3. Bula Festival - Popular Fiji Festival

Celebration happens in August.

“Bula” means “hello”, thus as you might imagine, the annual Bula Festival is an introduction to Fiji and her people. It lasts an entire week with food, music, and other exciting events. The celebration is held at both Koroivolu Park and Prince Charles Park. Just like the Festival of the Friendly North, all proceeds of the event go to charity.

4. Holi - Festival of Colours

Celebration happens in March.

Holi is another festival brought over by the ethnic Indians, known as the “Festival of Colours”, owing to its vibrant and vivid colours. Although it is celebrated primarily by the Hindus, people of different communities come together and throw colourful powder on each other. The simple ritual represents forgetting old grudges and forging new relationships, which is why it’s celebrated during spring time, the season of new beginnings.

5. Fiji Day - Celebration of Independence of the Island

Celebration happens in October.

Fiji gained independence from British colonial rule in the 70s, a major event in history. The people of Fiji celebrate their independence annually on the 10th of October; the festivities may last up to a week in the main cities. There are parades, parties, and performances in every corner of the country. You bet it’s a big deal to the Fijians!

6. Lautoka Sugar Festival - A Fun Festival

Celebration happens in September.

Fiji is synonymous with the sugar trade, and the city of Lautoka in Fiji is a star player in sugar production. Every year, the people of Lautoka celebrate the Sugar Festival. As usual, there is music, dancing, food, and a beauty pageant, where the participants contest for the title of “Lady Sugar”, “Miss Sugar Princess”, and “Mr Sugar King”.

7. Hibiscus Festival - A Beauty Pageant Festival

Celebration happens in August.

Hibiscus Festival is the oldest, biggest, most awaited celebration on the island of Fiji. The beauty pageant is the main event of the festival — you’ll see Miss Hibiscus get crowned! — but there is also a celebration of Fijian culture. The festival is Fiji in a nutshell. It’s the one you don’t want to miss.

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How to Travel to Fiji Guide

How to Travel to Fiji Guide

If you’re thinking: sun, sea, sand, and exotic culture, Fiji is the perfect place for you!

Unfortunately, it’s in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, a rather secluded part of the planet. Thus, a little homework is required. Here’s a tourist guide of everything you need to know about getting into the beautiful country of Fiji. 

How to get to Fiji

Your destination is Nadi International Airport (NAD). You’ll arrive at the western side of the main island Veti Levu.

Here is a list of airlines that operate direct flights to NAD, or the connection you can expect to make.

Note: Direct flights are marked with *

If you’re flying from North America:

  • Air New Zealand 
  • from Los Angeles* – daily
  • Fiji Airways 
  • from Los Angeles* – daily
  • from Vancouver via Honolulu – X2 weekly

If you’re flying from UK or Europe:

  • Air New Zealand 
  • From London via Los Angeles – daily
  • From London via Hong Kong – daily
  • Korean Air 
  • From London via Seoul

If you’re flying from Australia, New Zealand, or South Africa:

  • Virgin Australia 
  • From Brisbane* – daily
  • From Sydney* – daily
  • Fiji Airways 
  • From Brisbane* – daily
  • From Sydney* – daily
  • From Melbourne* – 4X weekly
  • From Auckland* – daily
  • From Christchurch* – weekly
  • Air New Zealand 
  • From Auckland* – daily


If you’re flying from Asia:


  • Air New Zealand – from Hong Kong* – daily
  • Fiji Airways 
  • From Singapore
  • From Delhi
  • From Mumbai
  • From Kolkata
  • From Chennai
  • From Bangalore

If you’re flying from elsewhere in the Pacific:

  • Fiji Airways 
  • From Apia, Samoa
  • From Funafuti, Tuvalu
  • From Honolulu, Hawaii
  • From Christmas Island, Kiribati
  • From Tarawa, Kiribati
  • From Port Vila, Vanuatu
  • From Nuku’alofa, Tonga


Note: All information is subject to change by the airlines.

Covid-19 protocols for Fiji

Only fully vaccinated travellers and their accompanying minors are allowed to visit Fiji

All travellers aged 16 years and above must present proof of COVID-19 vaccination while checking in at the airport prior to departure for Fiji.

In case your country of origin does not offer vaccinations to those below 18 years old, 16- to 17-year-old travellers are to apply for a special exemption at

“Fully vaccinated” is defined as having received the recommended number of initial doses (typically 2) of vaccine that is recognised by Fiji. Vaccine booster shots are accepted as additional protection.

Among the vaccines recognised by Fiji are:

  • AstraZeneca
  • Pfizer
  • Moderna
  • Johnson and Johnson
  • Nuxaxovid (Novavax)
  • Coronavax (Sinovac)
  • Covidshield
  • BBIBP-CorV (Sinopharm)
  • Covaxin
  • Sputnik V

Fully vaccinated travellers are not required to produce a negative COVID-19 test to enter the country.

However, if you tested positive within 30 days prior to your travel to Fiji and have recovered, kindly have one of the following documents ready upon arrival in Fiji:

  • Proof of isolation period served by a credible institution, or
  • A fit-to-fly certificate/letter from a medical practitioner, which would exempt you from testing requirements pre- and post-arrival in Fiji. The fit-to-fly certificate should include the following:
  • Date of onset symptoms
  • Date tested positive
  • Date of cessation of symptoms
  • Release date from isolation 

If you recovered from COVID-19 more than 30 days prior to travel, the above requirements do not apply.

Check out the official Fiji tourism website for the latest updates.

Visa requirements for travellers to Fiji

You do not need a visa if you come from any of the following countries:

  • Antigua & Barbuda
  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • The Bahamas
  • Bangladesh
  • Barbados
  • Belgium
  • Belize
  • Bermuda
  • Botswana
  • Brazil
  • Brunei
  • Bulgaria
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • China
  • Columbia
  • Cook Islands
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Commonwealth Dominica
  • Estonia
  • The federal Republic of Germany
  • The federated States of Micronesia
  • Finland
  • France
  • The Gambia
  • Ghana
  • Greece
  • Grenada
  • Guyana
  • Holy See (Vatican)
  • Hong Kong
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Israel
  • Italy 
  • Jamaica
  • Japan
  • Kenya
  • Kiribati
  • Latvia
  • Lesotho
  • Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania
  • Luxemburg
  • Macau
  • Malawi
  • Malaysia
  • Maldives
  • Malta
  • Mauritius
  • Mexico
  • Moldova
  • Monaco
  • Nauru
  • The Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Nigeria
  • Norway
  • Palau
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • The Philippines
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Republic of Ireland
  • Republic of the Marshall Islands
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Samoa
  • Serbia
  • Slovak Republic
  • St Kitts & Nevis
  • St Lucia
  • St Vincent & the Grenadines
  • Seychelles
  • Sierra Leone
  • Singapore
  • Slovenia
  • Solomon Islands
  • South Africa
  • South Korea
  • Spain 
  • Swaziland
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Taiwan
  • Tanzania
  • Thailand
  • Tonga
  • Trinidad & Tobago
  • Tunisia
  • Turkey
  • Tuvalu
  • Uganda
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Ukraine
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • United States of America
  • Uruguay
  • Vanuatu
  • Venezuela
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe

Should you require a visa, there are 2 types of visas available:

  • Single Entry Visa (SEV) — valid for 3 months and can only be used once.
  • Multiple Entry Visa (MEV) — valid for multiple entries within a 12-months period, starting from the date of issue. The visa-holder can then remain in Fiji for a maximum of 4 months.

Assuming that you are applying for a tourist visa, prepare these documents for application:

  • A fully completed visa application form
  • A certified copy of your passport main page with bio data
  • Two coloured recent passport-size photos
  • Confirmation of pre-booked hotel if available
  • A copy of your travel itinerary/ticket
  • Proof that you have sufficient funds to financially support yourself during the duration of the stay, possibly your bank statement or visa cards
  • Proof of approved visa and onward ticket, if you plan to travel to another country after Fiji
  • Consent letter from your spouse if you are travelling alone
  • Consent letter from your parents if you are below 18 years old and travelling alone
  • Letter stating approved leave from work or school, stating the number of days of absence. The letter is to be signed and stamped by the employer or school principal
  • If you plan to stay with your friends or family members, the following are required:
  • Sponsoring letter by the local host
  • A copy of the host’s valid ID/passport/residence permit

Refer HERE for information on other types of visas. 

Vinaka (thank you) and happy travels!

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Island-hop with SeaFiji, the fast boat transfer service that you need

Island-hop with SeaFiji, fast boat transfer service

If you are looking to island-hop to any of the Mamanuca Islands Resorts or Yasawa Islands for excursions on the shore, lunch, cocktails, or watersports, SeaFiji is there for you. SeaFiji is locally owned and a pioneer of water taxis in Fiji, servicing the Mamanuca and Yasawa islands for the past two decades. SeaFiji has built a strong reputation for its dependability that the industry knows and trusts. Operating around the clock day and night means you get to shuttle between the islands, anytime. 

With crews and captains that are fully trained and qualified professionals with 400 nautical miles average a day on the water. All vessels are in survey with MSAF and live tracked via TrackSolid. 

SeaFiji operates full and half-day charters in and around the Mamanuca and the lower Yasawa waters with your choice of activity: Trolling, Popper Casting, Island Safaris, Resort visits and snorkelling on secluded reefs. You can also hire a water taxi to enjoy uninhabited islands, beachcombing and snorkelling on secluded coral reefs. 

SeaFiji operates out of Port Denarau, a hub for a wide choice of cruises to nearby islands.

SeaFiji services include:

  • Fast Boat Transfers 24hrs a day, 7 days a week.
  • Transfers to/from Nadi Airport to Port Denarau (approx. 35 mins).
  • Transfers to/from Nadi Resorts/Hotels to Port Denarau.
  • Air-conditioned guest lounge at Port Denarau while awaiting your island transfer.
  • Fast twin engine all weather boats for maximum comfort.
  • GPS enables both day & night transfers to your island resort.
  • Game Fishing, Custom-made Cruises, Snorkelling Trips to pristine locations and Inter-Island transfers are also available.

Take advantage of being able to connect to offshore islands after arriving late from international flights or departing on early morning connections, giving you the bonus of spending maximum time at your resort.

Enjoy the comfort of SeaFiji’s air-conditioned Courtesy Guest Lounge while waiting for your fast boat transfer at Port Denarau. 

Island transfer times will vary from 30 mins to 1hr depending on sea and weather conditions.

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Important Things to Note When Traveling to Fiji

Important things to note when travelling to Fiji


Fiji has a warm tropical climate perfect for beachside holidays all year round. The temperatures in Fiji range from 26°C to 31°C on average.

The wet season is normally from November to April with heavy, brief local showers and contributes to most of Fiji’s annual rainfall. The best months to visit Fiji are from late March to early December.


Fiji has a warm tropical climate perfect for beachside holidays all year round. The temperatures in Fiji range from 26°C to 31°C on average.

The wet season is normally from November to April with heavy, brief local showers and contributes to most of Fiji’s annual rainfall. The best months to visit Fiji are from late March to early December.


Fijian culture is vibrant and friendly, and you can expect a warm welcome at any of the villages you visit. It’s important to be respectful at all times when visiting a Fijian village. 

Fijian villages are generally not open to the public and visits are by organised tours. When visiting a village it’s customary to bring a gift of yaqona (kava) with you. This is for your sevusevu ceremony during which guests request permission from the turaga-ni-koro (village chief) to visit the village. Therefore, when visiting a Fijian village, the visiting party’s spokesman will have to present their i-sevusevu to the village chief to communicate the purpose of their visit and to seek the necessary permission to carry out their activities. The visiting party’s spokesman is responsible for all formal communications between them and the village chief. 


A Yaqona or Kava ceremony involves certain protocols that include seating arrangements and roles during the ceremony. As a visitor, you must sit at the designated spot provided by your village host. Everyone sits on the floor, as it is considered disrespectful to sit on a chair. Exceptions can be made if the individual has mobility issues and can be seated at a distance away from the crowd.

  1. When drinking yaqona, you must clap once before receiving the yaqona bilo (bowl) and prior to drinking must greet the villagers and their chief. Consume the yaqona in one gulp. After drinking, return the bilo (bowl) to the bearer and clap three times.
  2. It’s polite to ask permission if you’d like to take photos of the kava ceremony or people.
  3. Remember to dress conservatively when you visit a local village. Ladies should wear a sulu (sarong) over their shorts or trousers.
  4. Don’t wear anything on your head, including caps/hats/sunglasses.
  5. In Fiji, Sunday is a special day for families. Fijian usually reserve this day to relax and spend time with loved ones. Don’t be surprised that most establishments and traditional villages are closed on Sundays. Thus, make the most out of your Sunday roaming around town instead.
  6. If you are visiting a Fijian household, observe proper etiquette. Before you enter, leave your shoes outside and wait for your host to let you in. Slightly crouch when passing by the door as a show of respect.
  7. It is customary to sit on the floor.
  8. Keep the tone of your voice moderate (avoid yelling or acting overly excited).
  9. When visiting a village, and if you’re offered food, you’ll need to wait for the food to be blessed before digging in. After everyone has gathered around the table, the head of the house will say masu (grace) for the meal. After the blessing, you can start your meal. 
  10. Fijians consider the head the most sacred part of the human body. That’s why touching someone’s head, even the heads of young kids, is a gesture you should avoid when in Fiji. Instead of patting someone’s head, you can ask for a high-five or hug.
  11. Don’t place your hands on your hips.


Power plug

Fiji uses power plugs type I, which is the plug that has three flat pins in a triangular pattern. Fiji operates on a 240V supply voltage and 50Hz.



Fiji has strict no-smoking laws. You are strongly encouraged to only smoke in designated areas. Smoking in public places may result in a steep fine.




While always appreciated, tipping is not customary in Fiji. At some resorts, you may find a communal tip jar where guests can contribute funds that are split amongst the staff.  

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Best Adults-Only Resorts in Fiji

Best Adults-Only Resorts in Fiji

When you are abroad, most of the time, you just want to unwind and relax. You’d want to escape to somewhere quiet and peaceful to get that well-deserved rest and retreat. Fiji got the memo really well when it comes to peaceful luxury escapades. There are many child-free and babies-free resorts in Fiji that cater to adults only. You no longer need to worry about whining babies or stomping kids. Rest assured that you’ll get that much-needed recharge.

1. Tokoriki Island Resort

Tokoriki Island Resort is Fiji’s most awarded adults-only boutique luxury island resort. Among the accolades under its belt include Condé Nast Traveler’s Top 15 Resorts 2021, TripAdvisor “Best of the Best” Top 25 Hotels, #1 Top 25 Hotel in the South Pacific and Most Outstanding Luxury Hotel 2021 by Luxelife. The relaxing island resort has 8 beachfront bures, 18 beachfront pool bures and 10 beachfront pool villas. It has unique tropical outdoor showers surrounded by lush landscaped gardens. Pamper your loved ones with unlimited 60-minute massages at the spa or simply lounge by the poolside, and the more adventurous ones can go diving, snorkelling, or tennis. You can get to Tokoriki Island Resort by helicopter (15-minutes), catamaran or speedboat will take an hour. 

2. LikuLiku Lagoon Resort

LikuLiku Lagoon Resort is an award-winning luxury resort situated on Malolo Island in the Mamanuca archipelago. There are forty-five spacious and elegant thatched bures (traditional Fijian bungalows) with rustic decor. Its interior design is a perfect blend of Fijian traditions and modern luxuries. If you are looking for an ideal honeymoon or romantic getaway, LikuLiku Lagoon Resort is the ultimate tropical paradise. Simply spend your days lazing by the stunning pool, go for a Fijian massage and watch the breathtaking sunset as you sip your cocktail at the bar. Located only 25km (16 miles) from Nadi International Airport, this unique luxury adults-only resort can be reached by fast catamaran, private speedboat, seaplane or helicopter.

3. Qamea Resort & Spa

Qamea Resort & Spa is an intimate boutique resort with only 17 luxurious air-conditioned Fiji bures. Nestled among swaying coconut palms and tropical gardens, Qamea Fiji Resort & Spa is a breathtakingly beautiful island of lush, green, rainforest-clad hills and pristine white sand beaches. A garden island in an azure sea, golden arcs of beach with spectacular coral gardens just offshore. Qamea’s authentic design was built in traditional Fijian style, with soaring 20 foot ceilings and hand-polished local mahogany hardwood floors. A first class, casual private island-resort that guarantees the tranquility that you need. Located in Qamea Island, you’ll be near the airport and within the vicinity of Matangi Dock and Matangi Beach.


4. Matamanoa Island Resort

Matamanoa Island Resort is an intimate and secluded Fijian Resort set in the beautiful Mamanuca Islands of Fiji approximately 30 kilometres west of the Nadi International Airport. Matamanoa, in Fijian means ‘soft on the eyes’ or ‘peaceful and serene’, a name which aptly describes this precious resort. With 10 villas, 24 bures, and 13 hotel rooms, this family-run, adults-only resort has plenty of facilities to keep you occupied during your stay. Its main island makes it easily accessible, despite its seclusion. The resort offers a true Fijian experience with its laid-back atmosphere and friendly hospitality.


5. Yasawa Island Resort & Spa

Yasawa Island Resort and Spa is a luxury resort located in Fiji’s Yasawa group of islands. Located on one of the most remote and unspoiled islands of Fiji, you can assure the privacy and tranquility that you seek. Just a 40-minute flight north of Nadi International Airport. Yasawa Island Resort and Spa is superbly fitted out in contemporary Fijian style featuring local timbers, traditional art, thatched roofs, overhead fans and plantation shutters. Breathtaking beaches, incredible ocean vistas, soft white sand and warmest hospitality in Fiji — you won’t be surprised that Yasawa means ‘heaven’ in Fijian language. With 11 private beaches at your doorstep, Yasawa Island Resort and Spa is only accessible by its own private airstrip.

6. Lomani Island Resort

Nestled amongst the swaying palms and tropical gardens of Malolo Island, Lomani Island Resort fronts miles of white sand beaches and pristine lagoons. The crystal clear waters that lap onto the shores of Lomani’s beach provide a haven for tropical marine life and vibrant corals. With just 24 rooms all enjoying spectacular ocean views and within 30 metres of the beachfront, Lomani offers a tranquil and romantic setting, ideal for those seeking total relaxation. After all, lomani is the Fijian word for love – so look no further for the perfect place to relax, reinvigorate, and reconnect.

7. Turtle Island Fiji

Turtle Island is a family-operated private island eco-resort in the Yasawas. With just 14 bures, 500-acres of forests, and 12 private beaches, Turtle Island serves as an idyllic sanctuary for couples seeking connection, community, culture, and consciousness. Turtle Island is a truly all-inclusive experience from nourishing food and top-shelf drinks to tailor-made experiences, everything is taken care of. Named #1 Resort in the South Pacific by Travel+Leisure, Turtle Island is a fantastic getaway from hustle and bustle. Relax on the pristine white beaches or make use of complementary snorkelling gears, kayaks, paddle boards and windsurfers. You may even venture further on horseback or by mountain bike to explore the villages and the island’s eco-sanctuary. 


8. Royal Davui Island Resort Fiji

Royal Davui Island Fiji is one of the best private Fiji resorts for adults. Located in the spectacular Beqa Lagoon, surrounded by white sand beaches and turquoise waters, Royal Davui Island is a secluded boutique island resort. Containing only 16 villas, this dreamy private island is a tropical paradise. Incorporating a blend of Fijian and Pacific architecture, modern Pacific décor and thatched roofs, every villa has an open plan design and all the luxury you would expect of a world-class resort. A 30-minute helicopter ride south-east of Nadi, the experience begins with a traditional shell necklace gift, and ends with a Fijian song of farewell. The real treat is the 50-plus staff who focus on providing you a royal experience in Fiji.

9. Matangi Private Island Resort

Matangi is a 240-acre island of pure beauty. Horseshoe-shaped with volcanic rock faces, snorkelling right around the island and crystal clear waters, Matangi is diverse and beautiful. Matangi Island’s Horseshoe Bay, listed in ‘1000 Places to See Before You Die’ by Patricia Schultz, is a haven for honeymooners and romantic couples. If you are looking for a getaway with maximum privacy and romance, Matangi Private Island Resort is for you. There are 12 bures — 3 of them unique tree houses — nestled under swaying coconut palms in the lush tropical gardens, each one handcrafted from locally sourced wood, bamboo and lava rock. The thatched bures feature elegant decor, high ceilings, large windows, and all mod cons. 

10. Emaho Sekawa Resort

A tropical hideaway perched high on Fiji’s second-largest island, Vanua Levu, Emaho Sekawa is surrounded by hundreds of acres of pristine tropical rainforest with breath-taking panoramic views of the Savusavu Bay coastline and the nearby mountain range. Emaho offers everything you need for your perfect Fijian getaway. The word “Emaho” is a Tibetan exclamation of joy, wonder and realization and “Sekawa” is the name of the beautiful area surrounding the resort. Emaho Sekawa will undoubtedly take your breath away. Wake up in the morning to the sounds of waves, whistling birds, and magical rainforest. This retreat set in one of the most pristine environments in the world is sure to rejuvenate your soul.

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3 Luxurious Massage Treatments in Fiji That You Truly Deserve

3 luxurious massage treatments in Fiji that you truly deserve

Tensed and troubled? It’s time to indulge in these 3 luxurious massages in Fiji.

Whether you’re working remotely or hustling on-site in an office space, life could sometimes toll you. So pamper your tired physique and weary soul with these in-house or beachside massages that could only be found in Fiji. 

1. Bebe Spa

Within the spectacular confines of Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort lies a lush refuge you’d never want to leave. Boasting a majestic architectural concept, Bebe Spa is home to eight treatment rooms and private open-air balconies that give you a front-row seat to the vast views of the Coral Coast. 

Our pick: Bebe Vakaviti Signature Massage. It marries traditional Fijian massage techniques with a Hawaiian twist. Moreover, this treatment incorporates light stretching and gentle application of warm towels to melt away tension, re-center the body, and cleanse the mind and spirit.

Promising review: “My masseuse Amelia made my massage experience so comfortable that I fell asleep almost alln throughout the session.”

2. Island Surf Beauty & Spa

Immerse yourself in total relaxation at a luxury massage spot, Island Surf Beauty & Spa from start to finish. Their therapists are expertly trained and fully dedicated to administering treatments fit for royals. It’s worth noting that Island Surf Beauty & Spa provides free transfers to and from your Nadi or Denarau Hotel, so you don’t have to worry about transport.

Our pick: Fijian Bobo. This traditional massage applies firm massage techniques using a rich, exotic oil blend to increase circulation. It also draws out toxins and reduces muscular aches and pains with a warm poultice of Fijian medicinal makita and macou herbsto annihilate specific areas of tension.

Promising review: “Fabulous massage place that’s located centrally and open until late afternoon. I’ve been in several spa and massage centres in Fiji, and I can confidently say that this is one of the best ones I’ve been to. The masseuses working here are so attentive and completely professionals, so I felt pampered the whole time.”

3. Heavenly Spa By Westin™

International multi-chain hotel Westin Hotels & Resorts is famous for owning renowned luxury properties globally. So, it’s without a doubt that their Fiji arm, The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa isn’t one to fall short in the lavish department. Their in-house spa Heavenly Spa By Westin™ specifically promises to rejuvenate the mind and body “with a personal sensory experience”.

Our pick: Heavenly Spa Signature Massage. This hour-long massage features a three-stone, Swedish-style medium-to-firm massage that uses a signature oil blend to create a personalized treatment. It also claims to increase the feeling of clarity and serenity.

Promising review: “I was greeted with a lovely bula from the staff at reception. The lady that did my mani-pedi was just the sweetest lady EVER. She was very friendly and kind, and I definitely will return to see her before I leave. Thank you so much Esili for the incredible service. It’s a must-do if you visit here!”


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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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