Fiji

333 islands, infinite happiness.

Fiji

Fiji easily conjures images of escapism and indulgence – perhaps because some of the most popular Fiji vacation destinations are its exclusive private-island resorts. But Fiji is an island nation with many accommodation types, including large family-friendly resorts around Nadi and Denarau Island and along the Coral Coast, dive-centric outposts in the Mamanuca and Northern Islands, and, of course, those intimate Outer Island properties where the focus is on privacy and passion.

What holds these many personalities together is the Fijian people, who just may be the warmest and most welcoming in the South Pacific. From the first time you hear an effusive shout of "Bula!" (welcome) until the time you hear your last "Moce" (goodbye), you will be enthralled by the hospitality, laughter and singing – so much singing – all around you. And when you listen as your resort's employees, who will now feel like friends, gather around to serenade you with "Isa Lei," Fiji's traditional and emotional song of farewell, you know you will be back.

Fiji's warm translucent South Pacific water is equally inviting and home to some of the best soft coral dive sites on the planet. And the islands – there are 333 of them – are full of fascinating lore and customs, from ceremonial kava drinking and fire walking to traditional bungalow-style bure resorts located next to small thatched-roof villages where you'll be invited to bring a sevusevu (a small gift of kava root) and meet the chief. It's the welcoming Fijian way.

 


Northern Fiji

Northern Fiji destinations are among the islands' most physically diverse. Not only do they include Fiji's second and third largest – Vanua Levu and Taveuni – but they are also home to some of Fiji's most exclusive private-island resorts.



Coral Coast and Pacific Harbour

If you prefer to stay on the main island of Viti Levu, but want the activity and resort options offered by a 45-mile, palm-tree-dotted playground, the Coral Coast is the Fiji vacation destination for you.



The Mamanuca Islands

Fiji may have the name recognition, but it's the Mamanuca Islands that have the visual impact. This group of 20 volcanic islands is home to some of Fiji's most escape-worthy resorts for both couples and families.



Nadi & Denarau Area

Families are drawn to the Nadi/Denarau Island area by its convenience and infrastructure. Parents and can play a round of golf, shop for souvenirs in Nadi town, or enjoy the spa while children participate in a kids' program.



Outer Islands

With names like Yasawa, Vatulele, Royal Davui and the Wakaya Club, these luxurious Fiji island resorts offer unparalleled, all-inclusive accommodation that places a premium on privacy and personal service.


Getting There

Location

The Fiji Islands are an archipelago of over 330 islands located in the South Pacific region.

The capital city Suva, is located on the main island of Vitu Levu.

Nadi is the gateway to Fiji and is home to Fiji's main international airport.

How to Get There

Fiji is 10 hour non-stop flight from Los Angeles (LAX) to Nadi International Airport (NAN), located on the island of Viti Levu (one of the main airline hubs in the South Pacific region).

Inter-Island Travel

There are several domestic airports throughout the Fijian islands. The major ports are Suva, Lautoka, Levuka, and Malau (off Vanua Levu).

Travel between the two main islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu is by air and sea. There are several different air carriers, each of which has a different schedules and price. Private helicopters transfers are also available and are generally more expensive. All transfers can be arranged by our specialists at Islands in the Sun.

For taxis or transportation needs, it is best to ask the Concierge for options available.

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