Lying in the South Pacific (just a few hours flight from Australia’s south coast), Fiji is made up over 300 volcanic islands. On this Fiji Map, you’ll find that most hotels and resorts lie around the main island of Viti Levu. Most foreign visitors fly into Nadi International Airport on the islands west, just minutes from Nadi town, the second largest city in Fiji.
From Nadi, travellers have easy access to the Mamanuca Islands by ferry and sea plane. Popular with tourists, this stunning collection of islands live up to the Fiji’s postcard perfect reputation. Golden sands that feel like clouds beneath your feet stretch for miles along palm fringed beaches. Swim out into gin-clear waters where the high visibility offers plenty of opportunity for sensational snorkelling and reef diving. The Mamanucas are also well known for their amazing collection of luxury and family-oriented resorts, it’s here that every kind of traveller will what they’re looking for.
On the other side of Viti Levu is Fiji’s capital city Suva. This bustling metropolis is great for those seeking a brief city break or as a stopover on the way to the nearby eastern islands. In the south-east, enjoy paradise without the crowds. The remote Kadavu Island Group boasts pristine wilderness, hikes, waterfalls and incredible reefs.
Further north discover Taveuni Island and the stunning resorts which call this small island home. Nearby reefs encourage avid divers and travellers can expect to experience a more authentic slice of Fijian life here.
Finally Vanua Levu, the second largest island in Fiji, awaits your exploration. Large, but mostly void of commercial development, Vanua Levu is the place to be for those seeking to understand the ‘real Fiji’. Vast landscapes offer untouched jungle, cascading falls and secret dive spots. Some of our favourite resorts are also located on the shores of this beautiful island.