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Welcome to Fiji

Fiji is made up of some 330 islands (only 110 of which are inhabited) and more than 500 islets, which means if you’re a traveler in search of peace and quiet, small-town island life, and stretches of pristine sand, you’ve made the right choice.

Top 15 attractions in Fiji

Garden of the Sleeping Giant

In the shadows of Sleeping Giant Mountain in the Nausori Highlands, the Garden of the Sleeping Giant is a horticultural paradise, bursting with flowers, lily ponds, and lush rain forest. Founded in 1977 by actor Raymond Burr, it’s now one of Nadi’s most popular attractions and home to more than 2,000 varieties of orchids.More

Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple

The Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple is the largest Hindu temple in the southern hemisphere, a wildly colorful and ornate structure that reflects a Dravidian architectural style rarely seen outside of India. In fact, it was Indian craftspeople who painted and carved the temple’s most impressive features, including its detailed wooden deities and intricate ceiling frescos.A visit here is a must for anybody looking to experience the religious, cultural and architectural diversity of Fiji. The temple complex is divided into three, with the deity Murugan—to which the Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple is dedicated—housed in the main temple. The second part of the complex is the Ganesh temple, while the third is dedicated to the deities Meenakshi and Shiva.Visit the Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple as part of a half-day tour from Nadi, incorporating stops at a local handicrafts shop and the Namaka Market, as well as visits to the Garden of the Sleeping Giant and the mud pools at Sabeto Hot Springs.More

Mamanuca Islands

Blessed with eternal sunshine, pristine beaches, and lush coconut palms, the Mamanuca Islands are the definition of a tropical paradise. The cluster of tiny islands, dotted along the western edge of Fiji, were also the filming location for the film Cast Away and the TV show Survivor: Fiji.More

Fiji Museum

This tiny, colorful museum in the heart of Fiji is jam-packed with more than 3,700 years worth of island culture, art and traditions. Travelers will find a well-preserved example of the country’s heritage amid the galleries and halls of this local treasure.Whether it’s the impressive 100-year-old Ratu Finau, ancient weapons of war, or the story of cannibalism, there’s something for everyone in this unassuming destination. Though archeological artifacts and other items are well-displayed and clearly marked, travelers say the technology-free Fiji Museum is strictly no frills but definitely worth a visit.More

Tivua Island

Pristine white-sand beaches, 500 acres (202 hectares of unspoiled coral reef, and ample space to relax make this isle—part of the Mamanuca Islands—a true hidden getaway. Only a limited number of visitors are allowed on the island each day, so the beaches stay uncrowded and quiet. Visits to the island are typically offered as a full-day trip from Nadi.More

Yasawa Islands

An archipelago of volcanic islands to Fiji’s west, the Yasawas can be challenging to get to—but the journey’s worth it if you’re looking for a more laid-back, budget-friendly escape than their better-known neighbor. Until the 1980s, the islands were relatively undeveloped, resulting in a traditional village feel and a rich island culture.More

Sabeto Valley

A short journey north of Nadi pulls you from the bustle of town to the quiet Sabeto Valley. A lush, verdant area, the dense-forested landscape was carved by the flow of the Sabeto River running through its center. The valley is sprinkled with traditional Fijian villages and natural sites, set at a different pace.More


A town on the island of Viti Levu at the mouth of the Sigatoka River, Sigatoka has become a hub for visitors to Fiji. It is home not only to a large tropical beach, but also an ornate temple, an Eco Park and nearby sand dunes. The scenic area is also famous for its vegetables, giving it the nickname of “Fiji’s salad bowl.”The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park, the first in Fiji, contains several miles of windblown coastal sand dunes, some reaching up to 200 feet in height. It is also an archaeological site with ancient pottery and tools that are still being discovered.Outside of the sands and turquoise waters, there is lush jungle to explore. Sigatoka’s Kula Eco Park is Fiji’s only wildlife park, home to hundreds of species of tropical birds and reptiles. The Sigatoka River is another natural area to wander through. There are also friendly Fijians to meet, a local market and several souvenir shops known for arts, crafts and pottery.More

Sawa-i-Lau Caves

These scenic ancient limestone caves are located on Sawa-i-Lau Island in the Yasawa island group, the home of the famous Blue Lagoon. An adventure in their own right, the caves have been carved from continuous wave action and are known as the resting place of the ancient Fijian god Ulutini.Today they can be visited for a unique swimming experience. The first cavern is filled with natural light and a deep pool with a water temperature only a few degrees cooler than that of the Pacific Ocean water outside. Take a dip in the cave’s clear waters to see otherworldly limestone formations.The second cave, depending on the tide, can only be accessed by swimming through an underground tunnel. The caves are known to Fijians as the “heart of the Yasawa” for their beauty and significance.More

Vuda Lookout

For a stunning 360-degree view of the island you won’t soon forget, head to Vuda Lookout. Situated above the town of Nadi and surrounded by lush tropical forest, Vuda Lookout offers a glimpse over Fiji’s diverse landscapes and makes for the perfect photo opportunity to commemorate your time on the island.More
Essence of Fiji Rejuvenation Centre

Essence of Fiji Rejuvenation Centre

After you’ve experienced the luxurious Essence of Fiji Rejuvenation Centre (also known as the Essence of Fiji Transit Lounge & Spa), airport layovers anywhere in the world won’t ever seem the same. Just minutes from Nadi’s international airport, the center is a sanctuary for weary travelers awaiting their upcoming flight, or a modern retreat for pampering and dining throughout your Nadi stay. If you have time to kill before your flight—or a long layover in Nadi—a transit pass is like having the world’s best airport lounge minutes away. Refresh with a shower, store your luggage, and enjoy a relaxing foot massage, before sinking into a beanbag chair and settling in for a movie. There’s free Wi-Fi for finishing up some work, as well as a café for perking up and satisfying your growing hunger. Head up to the center’s rooftop lounge for a view of the Sabeto, or if you’d prefer to really be pampered before drifting onto your flight, a full service day spa has additional treatments to wish you a fond farewell.More


The third-largest island in Fiji, Taveuni is a nature-lover’s paradise. Known as the Garden Island, Taveuni is covered in lush tropical forest, picturesque white sand beaches, secluded waterfalls, and otherworldly coral reefs. Housing both the Bouma National Heritage Park and Waitabu Marine Park, Taveuni is the place to be if you want to immerse yourself in pristine nature. More

Vanua Levu

Once known as Sandalwood Island, Vanua Levu is the second-largest Fiji island, and home to impressive dive spots. The variety of marine life is so spectacular that Jean-Michel Cousteau even built a resort here. While not the best island for lazy beach days, Vanua Levu is less touristic and ideal for active souls who love to snorkel, hike, and dive.More
Navua River Village and Kava Ceremony

Navua River Village and Kava Ceremony

The Navua River winds its way through the largest Fijian island of Viti Levu and is home to dense tropical forests crowding its banks. An exploration of the river can include floating past waterfalls and massive gorges, plus a stop at a traditional Fijian village for an educational visit and kava ceremony.More
Levuka Historical Port Town

Levuka Historical Port Town

Located along the beachfront of Ovalau Island and located at the base of an extinct volcano, Levuka Historical Port Town was an important outpost for American and European colonizers during the 1800s. Today the UNESCO World Heritage site is home to an independent indigenous population and caters to visitors.More
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Recent reviews from experiences in Fiji

Great day trip
KitKemsley, Jan 2023
Nadi Tivua Island Day Cruise Including Snorkeling and BBQ Lunch
Snorkeling was so-so, not a lot of fish to see but we did sight black tip sharks.
Great day even in the rain!
Vanessa_P, Jan 2023
River Tubing Fiji
Enjoyed the boat ride, visiting a village, swimming at a beautiful waterfall, trying some traditional Fijian food then tubing down the river.
Good One To Try
Devangi_K, Nov 2022
Fiji Combo Day Tour Including Navua River Canoe, Fijian Village Visit, and Magic Waterfall
The waterfall + boat ride was refreshing.
epic adventure
Tracey_J, Nov 2022
River Tubing Fiji
a absolutely wonderful day in fiji, swimming in the waterfall was delightful, tubing down was epic, the village visit was interesting.
Perfect day trip
Daniel_M, Nov 2022
Authentic Fijian Day Cruise - Cruisin Fiji - best day in Fiji - CFC approved
I travelled solo to Fiji and wanted to see the islands and this was the perfect trip out on the water.
Tip the staff
Sally_P, Nov 2022
Naihehe Cave Safari in Sigatoka with BBQ Lunch
Great tour and an opportunity to see and hear history of the real Fiji.
Robert_J, Nov 2022
Private Transfer-Nadi International Airport To Hotel (CFC APPROVED)
He was very knowledgeable and let us know if many activities we could do while here in Fiji.
The driver arrived on...
Christine_T, Oct 2022
Private Transfer: Nadi Int Airport - Denarau Hotels (CFC)
The driver arrived on time, was pleasant and shared a lot of his knowledge with us on places to go and things to do while we were in Fiji
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