Activities and Tours in Fiji

475 excursions and activities in Fiji are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online. A knowledgeable guide or a unique adventure with a local are your two options.

Information That Will Help With Your Visit to Fiji

Amongst the many attractions that Fiji has to offer, it is easy to see why the country is so popular with tourists. The country is home to an archipelago of more than 300 islands, and is famous for its rugged landscapes and clear lagoons. In addition, the country is home to many palm-lined beaches, which make it one of the best destinations in the world for beach holidays.

Viti Levu

Located in the Southwestern Pacific, Viti Levu is one of the largest islands in Fiji. It's also the hub of the entire Fijian archipelago. The island has a wide variety of activities. The island has a population of around a quarter of the nation's population. It has a rich history, and a number of activities that make it one of the best places to visit in Fiji.

The island is characterized by high mountains, and is home to a number of beautiful beaches. It's also home to the country's primary international airport in Nadi.

Viti Levu is home to many beaches, villages, and nightlife. There are also a number of beautiful resort hotels. Many of these hotels are located along the Coral Coast.

On the western side of the island, there is extensive sugar lands. There is also a dairy industry being developed in the east. There is also the Sand Dunes National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park is 1.77 square kilometers. It has unique parabolic sand dunes.

The eastern side of the island has a rainforest and tropical moist forests. It experiences heavy rainfall. The western side is much drier, and has extensive sugar lands. It's home to the largest cities in Fiji, including Suva and Nadi.

In the deep interior of the island, there are small villages called Nausori Highlands. These villages have a history of cannibalism and Christianity.


Located on the southeast coast of Viti Levu, the city of Suva is the capital of Fiji. It is a sprawling, modern city that has a rich colonial history.

Suva is also home to several modern shopping malls, including the Suva Central Shopping Mall. There are also some local markets that sell fruits and vegetables.

Another interesting place to visit is the Fiji Museum, which contains historical displays of weapons, war clubs, and tattooing tools. It also has an ancient artifacts display. Located in a garden, the museum has a nice atmosphere.

Another place to visit is the Suva Handicraft Centre. This is a wonderful place to buy authentic handicrafts. There are many stalls to choose from, and the prices are reasonable.


The Damodar City Complex in Laucala Bay includes a shopping mall, restaurants, and eating outlets. It is a popular destination for people visiting Suva.

Suva is also home to the Fiji Museum, which is a great place to learn about the history of the country. There are many exhibits that include maritime displays, ancient artifacts, and fabrics.

There are also several parks to visit. Albert Park is a big park located in the city center. It was the site of the landing of Kingsford Smith in 1928 and was also the site of several important rugby games.

The Colo-I-Suva Forest Reserve is also a popular place to visit. This forest park has two and a half square kilometers of lush rainforests and natural clear pools. It is also famous for its waterfalls, which visitors can swim under.


Whether you're going on holiday or simply visiting Fiji on business, you'll want to spend a few days in Nadi. This tropical city, located on the east coast of Viti Levu, is a great place to soak up the local culture and see some of the sights.

The best way to explore Nadi is by booking a tour. Tours can be booked as half-day or full-day excursions, and can take you to some of the surrounding islands. Some tour operators offer day-trip packages, which include hotel transfers.

If you're staying at one of the resorts along the beach, you may have to catch a local bus to get into town. Buses run every 30 minutes, but the journey may take a while. Alternatively, you can hire a taxi. Taxis are more expensive than buses. The average bus fare starts at F$1.50, and a taxi will cost about F$20 for a 3.7-mile journey.

For some of the best food in Nadi, visit the local market. This market, located near the bus station, is a great place to pick up fresh produce. It's also a good place to buy kava, a traditional Fijian drink.

For a more tranquil getaway, visit the Botanic Garden of the Sleeping Giant. This park is spread out over 20 hectares. It's a lovely place to see native plants and orchids, as well as hiking trails. There are also lily ponds, which are beautiful for taking photos.


Whether you are traveling to Fiji as a couple or with your family, Denarau is a great destination to spend time exploring the country. The island has many different activities, including shopping and water sports, so you can take advantage of your time here to relax and rejuvenate.

Denarau is a small island in the Fijian archipelago. The island is connected to the mainland by a 50-metre causeway. It has a few small hotels, a water park, and a waterpark. It is also home to the Denarau Airport.

Denarau is a beautiful place to visit. There are many activities to do, including swimming and snorkeling. It is also a great jumping off point for exploring the rest of the island. During the day, you can explore the many local villages and get a taste of Fiji's unique culture.

Denarau is also home to many luxury resorts. Most resorts have waterfront locations. If you're a big foodie, you'll love the restaurants on the island. You can find everything from burgers to sushi.

You can also visit the Orchid Garden of the Pacific. This park is filled with beautiful flora and fauna. It has canopy-covered boardwalks, lush lawns, and trails through tropical rainforest. You can even take a free guided tour.

There are a number of day trips that leave from Port Denarau. These tours usually include a stop at an island resort for lunch. They also include snorkeling, swimming, and stops for a few drinks. Typically, a day tour costs $100-$200 FJD.

Yasawa Islands

Known for their turquoise waters and white sand beaches, Yasawa Islands are a tropical paradise. These islands are a popular destination for honeymooners and backpackers. The islands also offer excellent snorkeling. You can also enjoy traditional Fijian feasts.

There are a number of resorts on Yasawa Islands. Some of the best include Turtle Island Fiji, which is situated on the edge of the Blue Lagoon. Another great resort is the Blue Lagoon Beach Resort, which offers unspoiled views of the lagoon. The resort also offers hiking trails across the islands.

The most popular backpacker trail in Fiji is the Yasawa Flyer. You can travel to the islands by seaplane. This short trip gives you spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. You can also stay at local budget resorts.

The Blue Lagoon is a stunning bay-like body of water surrounded by beautiful islands. This is a popular destination for snorkeling. You can hire a local guide for snorkeling.

You can also take a horseback ride to a conservation unit. You can also visit the Sawa-i-Lau limestone caves, which offer swimming and diving. You can also take part in a Kava ceremony, which is an ancient tradition. Kava is a mildly sedative drink made from a native plant. It tastes earthy and leaves your mouth and head tingling.

The Yasawa Islands are located in the Western Division of Fiji. They are easily accessible from Nadi. You can also reach them by boat.

Pacific Harbour

Located on the island of Viti Levu, Fiji's Pacific Harbour is a paradise for those who love water and adventure sports. From scuba diving to whitewater rafting, there are plenty of opportunities to make your holiday in Fiji the most memorable of all time.

If you're looking to explore the underwater world, you can scuba dive with the bull sharks of Beqa Lagoon. For a different experience, try a river rafting trip along the Navua River. Or, for an adventure that combines nature with culture, you can go on a hike through the upper Navua River. The river is also home to native parrots.

Pacific Harbour

For a more relaxing beach vacation, visit Natadola beach. This secluded beach is fringed by coconut palms and has a pure white sandy beach. It's popular for swimming, snorkeling and lazing in the warm water.

The Mamanuca Islands are a volcanic archipelago. These 20 islands are surrounded by powdery white beaches and clear, crystal water. They offer abundant coral reefs and palm-fringed beaches. They're also home to one of the world's best surf breaks.

If you want to explore the Namosi Highlands, you'll find remote village treks, whitewater rafting and waterfall hikes. You can also visit the Sacred Heart Cathedral, which was built in the 1860s.

There are also several resorts and hotels in the area. There's the Royal Hotel, which is the oldest hotel in the South Pacific.

Excursions and Day Trips in Fiji

Whether you're looking for a tropical getaway or a cultural experience, Fiji day trips offer some of the best island excursions in the world. These tours offer a variety of options, including snorkeling, manta ray swims, beach massages, traditional bamboo rafting and river trips. You can choose from a variety of local tours, including Fiji's iconic Mamanuca Islands, Taveuni Island, Bora Bora Island and Yasawa Island.

If you're looking for a private tour, you can arrange for a local guide to show you around the beautiful interior of Fiji. You can visit a Fijian village, or you can see the scenic coastline, including the lush forests and colourful marine life. These tours can be booked on the island, or in town. They're also available for private groups. You can also check out the local markets to see a variety of local products. You can also opt for a guided visit to the Momi Gun site, a traditional Fijian dance show, or a shopping tour.

The most popular day trip in Fiji is the Castaway Island excursion, which includes a relaxing day in the island's pristine waters. The excursion includes a buffet lunch, snorkeling gear, a tropical drink, and free time to swim and relax. You'll be picked up at your hotel, and a high-speed boat will take you to the island.

Another popular excursion is the Savala Island Day Tour, which departs from Port Denarau at 10am. This tour offers a scenic boat ride through the tropical islands, and you'll enjoy an exquisite lunch onboard. You'll also have time to swim, relax, and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

You can also take a helicopter tour of Fiji, which offers a scenic flight over Yasawa and Denarau Islands, as well as the Mamanuca islands. You'll be able to see the beautiful landscape of the islands and enjoy a drink. You'll also be able to see the famous Salad Bowl, a stunning piece of natural beauty.

Fiji is also home to some of the best diving in the world. You can choose to snorkel the coral reefs, or you can enjoy certified scuba dives. You can also opt to take a semi-submersible boat ride, or you can try your hand at kayaking or paddleboarding. You'll also be able to try your hand at fishing. You'll also have the option of participating in a kava ceremony, which is a traditional Fijian ceremony.

If you're looking for scuba diving, you can explore the reefs of Savusavu Bay, which is a short boat ride from the city. You'll also be able to enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch onboard. You'll also be able to take a short ride on a river boat, up the Sigatoka Valley. You'll also have the opportunity to swim at a waterfall.

If you're looking for inland excursions, you'll be able to visit the Nausori Highlands Hills, a scenic place at the back of Nadi. This tour includes round-trip transportation, an English speaking guide, a traditional Fijian lunch, and a tour of the village.

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