If ever you have ever imagined in your mind’s eye the perfect tropical paradise, you may have very well been imagining the Fiji Islands. The Republic of Fiji is a group of 332 volcanically formed islands situated in the South Pacific, about 1,100 miles northeast of New Zealand. Without question, Fiji is home to some of the most spectacular beaches and resorts on the planet. Known as the soft coral capital of the world, its soft sandy beaches and crystal clear water await in this idyllic paradise setting where moments are captured and memories are made. For a rejuvenating sun filled experience in a magnificent tropical setting, Fiji is second to none.
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Of course, those amazing beaches! Beach experiences can range from the very popular and family oriented in major towns to very secluded romantic coves and inlets tucked far away in the outer islands.
Outdoor land and sea activities abound and include surfing, diving, snorkeling, rafting, skydiving, horseback riding and more.
Deep sea fishing is also quite popular in Fiji. The best times to land a large black marlin are from August to October, and also from January to March.
The Sigatoka River Safari will take you to visit a local Fijian Village and you can have kava with the chief!
Take the Yasawa Flyer from Nadi to the Yasawa Islands to enjoy a break from civilization as you backpack or flashpack through these private and unspoiled treasures.
Play a round of golf at the Denaru Golf Club, or just relax in the legendary Fiji Premium Clubhouse where you can savor a delicious burger or fire roasted pizza while soaking in the magnificent fairway and ocean views.
The Great Astrolabe Barrier Reef, one of the largest barrier reefs in the world, is an excellent destination for scuba diving, snorkeling, or pitting your skills against those of the formidable large black marlin.
If a more social experience suits your fancy, take an island cruise and go ‘resort hopping’ around the Mamanuca Islands, where there are many world class resorts and activities to keep even the most social of butterflies happy!