Whether you prefer a quiet spot in the shade of a palm tree, sipping cocktails by the pool or you're up for a bit of adventure, Fiji welcomes you!
With maximum temperatures sitting between 26°C and 31°C year-round, this is definitely thongs and shorts weather. Conditions are perfect for working on your tan, sailing the crystal-clear waters, exploring local reefs and discovering the rich culture and heritage that is so abundant in the local markets.
Weather wise, the best time to visit Fiji is between late March and early December, with sunny days and a warm tropical climate offering endless options for exploring the archipelagos sandy white beaches and rolling mountains.
A refreshing trade wind blows in from the south-east to keep all our adventure seeking visitors cool, so whether you're climbing a village walk or tearing it up on a 4WD-tour, it's no sweat!
Fiji does experience a wet weather season from November to April, however these brief, heavy showers are localised. These bursts account for most of Fiji's annual rainfall which ranges from 2000mm to 3000mm on the main islands and 6000mm in the mountains. If you’re hoping to escape the rain, seek out the smaller islands which typically receive less rainfall.
As a tropical island, the wet season is a vital part of Fiji's climate and is responsible for the lush environment and plant life that is so plentiful here.
Cyclones do occur in Fiji but are normally confined to the wet weather season.
Much of Fiji is characterised by wet and dry zones, something that is localised as the landscape shifts from lush jungle mountains and into grassy, weathered peaks.
Between May and October, divers will find the coral reef waters at their most visible - though popular water activities are undertaken all through the year thanks to the pleasant water temperatures.