Beautiful Fiji Islands Holidays
What's Unique about the Fiji Islands?
Holidays in Fiji are the most popular in the South Pacific islands and probably the most diverse too. If you have never visited the South Pacific before, then a holiday to the Fiji Islands should be your first stop! There are over 300 islands to explore and almost 100 Fiji resorts to choose from, many on beautiful uninhabited islands or tucked into secluded bays backed by tropical forests.
The star attraction of Fiji holidays is its wonderful island resort ambience and the fantastic Fijian hosts that ensure your holiday runs on Fiji time. Staff are encouraged to interact with guests, greeting everyone by name from day one. Kids get pampered no end, jokes are shared, "Bula!" is constantly exchanged and almost all holiday-makers leave with exceptionally fond memories of Fiji and promises of returning again next year - many indeed do. Some holiday-makers have clocked over 20 visits and growing!
With so many secluded islands to enjoy, it's no wonder that beach holidays in the Fiji Islands are such a popular choice for Australians and New Zealand tourists as well as being a hugely popular honeymoon or wedding destination for Americans and Europeans. Fiji boasts world class coral reefs for scuba diving and surfing and is a wonderful region too for adventure holidays and backpacker travel making it the envy of its neighbours. Despite this, most tourists arrive for a relaxing beach holiday whether with family or your partner.
The country lives up to all the exotic stories and films that show it as a tropical paradise, with the advantage of high end luxury resorts and international cuisine available if you want it, or avoidable if you don't. Having been visited by numerous cultures throughout the ages, it's a unique and fascinating mixture of indigenous, Indian, Chinese and European traditions and cultures.
Fiji Islands Travel Information
The Fiji Islands is a relatively affordable place to travel around. Nadi acts as a hub for South Pacific travel and there are several major tourist regions to enjoy close to the international airport and plenty of more secluded island retreats for those seeking an intimate holiday. Beach resorts abound and these offer the warmest hospitality of all the South Pacific islands. The most popular time to visit is the cooler winter months of May to September especially for families visiting during school holidays.
Fun Things to Do on Holiday in the Fiji Islands
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Fiji Islands Holiday Options
Families are spoilt for choice - the Mamanucas are best for beach and watersports, the Yasawas are similar but more remote whilst the Coral Coast offers easy access, activities and value for money.
Spending a honeymoon in Fiji is the dream for many couples. There are plenty adults only resorts on private islands or tucked into secluded bays and offering with exceptional service and dining.
Fiji is a fantastic destination for both water sports and sightseeing. Apart from world class scuba diving and surfing, there are great hiking trails and sightseeing tours on the main island with almost all resorts boasting great snorkelling and kayaking off the beach.
Our Fiji Islands travel guide provides detailed information on all the different regions to visit to help you decide where to go and what to do. Alternatively, try out our interactive Fiji picture map above to help you visualise the islands and find out where all the different hotels are located.
Holiday Accommodation in the Fiji Islands
There's an excellent choice of accommodation all around the Fiji Islands including large international brand hotels, exclusive private island resorts for couples, lively beach resorts for families and budget huts for backpackers. Most resorts in Fiji are located on a secluded beach front, sometimes on an uninhabited island making them ideal for honeymoons or a romantic break. For those that like to move around, or have the freedom to enjoy independent restaurants, staying on the main island is a better option - at most island resorts there are no restaurants outside of the hotel and no means of exploring on your own.