• Nicole Lawrence

Endless Adventures in Fiji


Fiji is a destination you should consider adding to your travel bucket list, especially for your next celebration trip. This exotic country in the Pacific Ocean is certainly captivating. Its beauty is undeniable, so it's no wonder the archipelago of more than 300 islands is one very desirable getaway destination in the world. The natural allure of Fiji isn't the only reason to visit, though. There are endless adventures in the country, which is why so many come back time and time again.


Here are some of the best things to do, see, and experience in Fiji

Sunbathe on the Coral Coast


This magnificent coral coast is one of the most charming beaches you could visit while in Fiji. The beach has some of the softest, whitest sand and, of course, crystal blue waters. Aside from happily bumming in the sand, you can take the Ecotrax around to enjoy some of the island's wilderness and coastline.

Visit the Yasawas


The Yasawas comprises 20 islands that feature abundant greenery, volcanoes, blue lagoons, and much more. There's so much to do that you could spend days on the Yasawas. You can go hiking, meet manta rays, check out the beaches, or take a seaplane.


Partake in Water Activities in the Mamanucas


With nearly 20 islands, the Mamanucas is home to some of the most stunning scenery in Fiji. Being among the volcanic archipelago, you'll notice travelers partaking in a ton of different water activities. Snorkeling and surfing are perhaps the most popular among them all.


Enjoy the Coral Reefs of Taveuni


As the country's third-largest island, this location is a place visitors come to see the most diverse coral reefs, including the Rainbow Reef. After snorkeling the reefs, take the Vidawa Rainforest Trail and visit the National Heritage Park (there is a small fee to enter, but it's worth it).


Check Out a Firewalking Ceremony


Throughout Fiji, you will see native Beqa men partaking in firewalking ceremonies. It's truly amazing to watch them walk across the scalding hot stones without getting burned!


Stroll through the Fiji Museum


Spanning over 3,700 years, this museum tells of the history behind Fiji. You'll see everything from Indian artwork to shell jewelry throughout this spectacular overview of the Fijian culture.


Hang out for a Bit at Port Denarau Marina


This port features a vast, 32,800-square-foot Retail and Commerce Centre filled with restaurants and shopping. You can even take advantage of the 18-hole golf course or enjoy a little time on a jetboat before leaving the port. Oh, and don't forget to purchase any of the necessary travel essentials you forgot to pack!


Relax in the Garden of the Sleeping Giant


Situated in the Nausori Highlands' foothills, the Sleeping Giant Garden is an amazing place to explore in Fiji. With an assortment of vividly colored orchids, you could walk through this garden completely enthralled with its beauty for hours.


Take the Mud Pool Tour


Ready for a mud bath? As dirty as that sounds, it has been said that mud bathing has age-defying effects as well as healing properties. You might want to try out the therapeutic natural thermal mud spa.


Kula Wild Adventure Park


As Fiji's biggest family theme park, you can't miss out on this exciting adventure, especially if you brought along the little ones. Carefully handle and examine various exotic species such as feeding the sea turtles, taking a ride on the Splash Mountain Jungle Water Slide, or gliding on the canopy flier.


Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple


This Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Murugan is exceptionally vibrant and colorful. With delicate architectural details and magnificent ornate carvings, you must come to visit this historic structure.


As you can see, there is an endless amount of adventures to experience in the stunning country of Fiji. So, what are you waiting for? When you’re ready to start planning your trip to the archipelago islands, schedule your Complimentary Travel Consultation or Email Us. We will design an amazing itinerary that includes some exciting activities!

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