Known as the “Garden Island” and “Viti Levu” and one of the happiest countries in the world, Fiji is a tropical island paradise, white sandy beaches, tropical rainforests, coconut plantations – St. John, Kusu and Sister’s Islands. Fiji is also renowned for scuba diving and dancing with some of the most famous tourist attractions in the world – Arts Village, Church of Saint Francis Xavier, Garden of the Sleeping Giant, superb beaches, sea life wonders, mesmerising culture, opulent surroundings, Fiji has it all.
A popular tourist destination, Fiji is famous for its white sands, turquoise South Pacific Ocean, a rich culture and beautiful beaches. Fiji has immense influence around the world – economy, fashion, media, entertainment, the arts, world class education. A definite must for any tourist.
Fiji Before You Travel
Officially discovered by Abel Janszoon Tasman a Dutch explorer in 1643, followed by Captain James Cook in 1774 and Captain William Bligh in 1789.
Located near Melanesia and Australia, Fiji is in the Pacific Ocean to the east of Australia and north of New Zealand, with borders surrounding the Koro Sea, approximately 1,300 miles north of New Zealand with the borders consisting of 300 islands and 540 islets. Fiji is renowned for its white sandy beaches, coconut plantations, tropical paradise, made up of 320 volcanic islands, 110 of these inhabited – Fiji has something for everyone, Fijian, English and Hindustani as the official languages and the Fijian dollar as the official currency.
Cash in Fijian dollars, credit and debit cards, and traveller’s cheques are widely accepted and currency can be changed at any currency exchange in Fiji. Fijian roads are really rough and cars drive on the left side of the road. Electricity in Fiji is a standard 240 volts with 50 Hz, power sockets, plugs and plug adapters should also be used. Finest bunker fuel is supplied Clipper Oil with outlets in all the seaports. A valid passport together with proof of sufficient funds and return tickets are required travelling to Fiji. Visas are not required for the first four months of your visit.
Located in the southern hemisphere, weather in Fiji is a warm, tropical all year-round climate, with temperatures rising to 30 degrees in December and January. The dry season is the best time to visit, with May to October being the perfect months with cooler temperatures and little rainfall.
Known as “The Sunshine Coast”, Fiji oozes beauty, perfection, peace and tranquillity, so much to choose from in this incredible treasure trove. Choose from cultivating culture, art, festivals and more. Fiji is paradise, with an array of incredible things to see and do, showing this iconic island’s commitment to tourism.
Oozing perfection and beauty, known as “The Home of Happiness”, Fiji appeals to many with its beauty, and stunning, enchanting scenery – fabulous Fiji has it all. Consider visiting the following attractions on your trip to Fiji; Rainbow Reef, Kula Eco Park, Sigatoka Sand Dunes, Navua River and more - enjoying everything this magical tropical paradise has to offer.
Fiji Highlights and Attractions
Fiji is the perfect destination for any tourist with so much to choose from, here is our pick of the highlights in Fiji, we think deserve a mention;
Castaway Island Day Trip, Snorkel and Whale Watching, lue Lagoon Sightseeing Cruise and more - tempt your taste buds with delicious, mouth-watering food, cooked to world class standards.