Fiji is a diverse holiday destination and offers a wide range of accommodation options, tours and attractions. Deciding where to visit can be a difficult decision so explore these regions and find out which one suits your holiday plans.
Suva is Fiji's capital and largest city and is located on the southeast coast of Viti Levu. Renowned for its rows of colonial architecture which hint at the city's place in the British Empire, Suva's most popular activities and attractions consist mainly of shopping, sampling fresh produce at the local markets and sightseeing.
Renowned as the 'gateway to Fiji', Nadi is located in Viti Levu's north west and is the island's tourism hub. It boasts traditional natural landscapes where cane fields meet the horizon but enjoys an excellent range of modern facilities including a number of restaurants, plenty of duty free shopping and coordinated day trips.
Renowned as one of Fiji's most popular holiday destinations, Denarau is just 20 minutes south of Nadi and is home to a range of adventures and attractions. Designed with meandering waterways and tropical gardens, the island boasts one of the world's best golf courses and is an epicentre for cruise operators who depart from the marina.
Stretching along the southern shores of Viti Levu, Fiji's Coral Coast is a stunning holiday destination which features the world's second largest single reef. The Coral Coast is renowned for its great range of water activities, historical sites, eco park, village excursions and rich culture. It is also home to the famous sand dunes of Sigatoka.
Starting at the most northern point of Viti Levu and extending all the way down to Nadi, Lautoka, Vuda Point and Suva, the North Coast is surrounded by a breathtaking natural environment. Enjoying easy access to the Mamanucas, it is a picturesque region virtually uninterrupted by commercial development and boasts some of the best diving in Fiji.
Located 40 minutes to the west of Suva, Pacific Harbour is a pristine expanse of coastline with a reputation as the island's adventure capital. Close to a range of Fjii's other holiday destinations, Pacific Harbour offers an abundance of water and land based activities and attractions including a championship golf course, game fishing expeditions, shark dives and Beqa Reef.
Located off the west coast of Viti Levu, the Mamanuca Islands are easily accessed by ferry or seaplane and boast some of the best scuba diving in the world. The islands are also home to a range of cultural and historical tours and attractions and offer a range of experiences to suit all types of travellers.
North of the Mamanucas, The Yasawa Island group is made up of a number of small islets and 6 main islands. Characterised by an unspoilt natural environment, the islands were formed by volcanic activity thousands of years ago and feature traditional mountainous terrain. The tranquil beaches, beautiful reefs and picturesque bays of the islands make them a popular destination.
Located 30 km off Fiji's main island, Vatulele Island is south of Viti Levu and showcases iconic tapa cloth, red prawns and ancient rock paintings. An island of coral and volcanic formations, its west coast features impressive bluffs and steep cliffs while the east coasts slopes gently down to meet a glistening lagoon.
Formerly covered by copra plantations, Vanua Levu is Fiji's second largest island and is home to towering mountains, a large peaceful bay and the natural oasis of Savusavu. Affectionately known as Fiji's best kept secret, it is a hub of adventure and activity and was Fiji's first established sailing ship port for the north eastern regions.
Often referred to as the 'Garden Island' of Fiji, Taveuni Island is carpeted by thick tropical vegetation and lofty coconut palms. Fiji's third largest island, Taveuni offers lush rainforests and amazing scuba diving opportunities and rises to the Uluiqalau mountain range which marks the highest point of the island.
South of Suva, the capital of Fiji, Kadavu Island is accessed by airports at both Nadi and Nausori and is Fiji's fourth largest island. A popular holiday destination for eco tourists, Kadavu is renowned for its spectacular diving and home of the famous Astrolabe Reef but also enjoys a variety of other water based activities.
Located off the east coast of Fiji, the Lomaiviti Islands are a volcanic archipelago comprised of 10 smaller islands. The islands boast untold natural beauty, are relatively untouched by modern commercial development and are easily accessed offering transfers which depart from Suva, Fiji's capital city.