Home to nearly 333 islands in the waters of South Pacific, this piece of paradise is a treat for beach bums. These islands offer every kind of water sport you can imagine against a breathtaking backdrop of azure seas and verdant tropical landscapes, pristine beaches, and cascading waterfalls. Eh, you might even find happiness in Fiji! 😉
So, forget your daily stress and let your mind wander over these beautiful images of this perfect island escape!
Ah, the pristine Fijian beaches! Slap on your sunscreen and have a quiet time lazing by the beach or sunbathing until the sun goes down. The sunsets in Fiji are nothing short of magical. So, don’t ever miss that!
Castaway Island, Honeymoon Beach, Horseshoe Bay, Liku Beach, Namale Private Beach, Natadola Beach and Yasawa Island Beach are some of our favourites.
If you are looking to explore the authentic culture of Fiji, then visit the colourful town of Nadi. It’s a tourist hotspot located on the west coast of the gorgeous Viti Levu where you can enjoy the delicious Fijian cuisine, shop, and relish authentic drinks.
How about a helicopter tour from Nadi International Airport to the Mamanuca Islands? This way you can get a unique aerial view of the magical island.
If you want to add a hint of adventure to your trip, hiking through the Colo-i-Suva Forest Park is one of the best things to do in Fiji Islands.
Fiji is a mecca for those who want to explore the marine life by deep sea diving in the blue and unspoiled oceans. Uninhabited and completely raw in its beauty, Monuriki provides the perfect setting for snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of this island country.
The 100-kilometer-long Great Astrolabe Reef in the island of Kadavu is the fourth largest barrier reef in the world. Come here submerge yourself this in this wonderland of marine life. Scuba diving is a must here. Snorkelers can also enjoy the rich marine life here and the chance to swim with manta rays.
Ever fancied swimming with the sharks? Beqa Lagoon lures avid divers and adventure seekers, many of whom come here to experience the Beqa Lagoon Shark Dive.
Then there’s Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park, which was the country’s first national park. Formed over thousands of years, the dunes range in height from 20 to 60 meters, with breathtaking views of the surf from the highest peaks.
To all the naturelovers, hikers and birders, you can soak up some of Fiji’s lush natural beauty in Bouma National Heritage Park on the island of Taveuni. You can snorkel in the marine park at Waitabu; hike through the rainforest to ancient ruins near Vidawa; and kayak or stroll the Lavena Coastal Walk, stopping at waterfalls for a swim along the way. A particular highlight of the park are the three sets of Tavoro Waterfalls!
Lastly, Fiji’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site, Levuka, the capital of Ovalau. This is where the Europeans first settled in the early 19th century, and its historic center, with old wooden buildings, achieved World Heritage status in 2013.