Welcome to Fiji…affectionately known as the Isle of Smiles. 

Fiji offers you such a diverse choice of holiday from sunsets to cocktails, luxury to barefoot experiences, family friendly holidays, adventurous and active getaways, diving holidays or relaxing on a small ship cruise.  The best time to travel to Fiji is between May – September for clear blue skies with October through to April traditionally known for the wet season.  No matter when you choose to travel you can’t help but relax and enjoy Fiji Time.

Denarau Island – only 15 minutes from Nadi Airport is where you’ll find world class resorts, entertainment, restaurants, shopping precinct and the Marina to access the islands. Many of the major chain of hotels are located on Denarau like The Sheraton, The  Hyatt and Radisson Blu Resort and The Terraces to name a few, 

Coral Coast – the stretch of coastline between Sigatoka and Suva and boasts many family friendly resorts.  If it’s resort living you enjoy then this is the area for you. Family friendly places to stay on the Coral Coast include Hideaway, The Shangri-La Fijian, The Naviti, The Warwick, Outrigger and Intercontinental to name a few.

Pacific Harbour – is the Adventure Capital of Fiji where you have easy access to many of the activities from diving with sharks, jungle treks and whitewater rafting. You can base yourself at Uprising Beach Resort, The Pearl South Pacific or Nanuku for easy access to your adventures.

Mamanuca Group of Islands – located to the West of the mainland and the easy access to island life.  You can be relaxing on an island within 3 – 4hrs from landing from your flight into Nadi Airport. Popular islands to visit are Matamanoa Island Resort, Plantation Island, Musket Cove, Lomani, Castaway, Mana Island and Malolo Island, Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Tokoriki Island Resort to name a few.

Yasawa Islands – heading north from the Mamanucas are the pristine beautiful islands of the Yasawas.  Here you get to enjoy swimming with manta rays, crystal clear waters and your choice of luxury resorts at their finest to barefoot experiences. Your favouriste places to stay in the Yasawas are Nanuya Island Resort, Yasawa Island Resort and Spa, Octopus Resort, Barefoot Kuata Island, Manta Ray Island Resort  to name a few.

Vanua Levu – the second largest island of Fiji and originally known for it’s copra trade but now sugar production is the islands most significant industry.  Labasa and Savusavu are the largest populated centres and is popular for diving holidays. On this island you will find Jean-Michael Cousteau Resort, Koro Sun Resort, Namale Resort and Spa and Savasi Island Resort to name a few.