Things to do in Fiji
Snorkelling and Diving in Fiji
Snorkelling and diving in Fiji is a must. The soft-coral capital of the world is home to a huge network of picture-perfect reefs. Spread across hundreds of islands, over 4,000 square metres of beautiful coral and tropical marine life await you. The calm waters are perfect for everyone, whether you're a novice or seasoned professional. Diving and snorkelling in Fiji is an incomparable experience.
Snorkelling is one of the easiest and most enjoyable water activities in Fiji.
Sailing Fiji isn't just a great way to enjoy the serene ocean waters – it's also your best method of transport from one island to another. Within minutes of casting off from the mainland of Viti Levu, you could find yourself enjoying a totally uninhabited island paradise. Let the sea breeze carry you away to tropical bliss.
Sailing the waters around Fiji by catamaran is simply unforgettable.
Experience absolute relaxation in one of Fiji's spas and wellness centres. Be pampered like never before with a traditional Fijian Bobo massage. Rich exotic oils relax your muscles and help to increase circulation. Fijian medicinal herbs are utilised in order to draw out toxins and treat aches and pains. Leave feeling a sense of absolute rejuvenation.
A massage by the sea is Fiji spa indulgence at its finest.
Immerse yourself among Fiji's stunning natural wonders. Take a hike deep into dense rainforests and breathe in the freshest tropical air. Journey from high mountain peaks to the crisp white sands of picturesque beaches. Discover magnificent waterfalls and a wide array of native wildlife deep within each lush green haven. Impressive doesn't even begin to describe it.
Fiji's tropical terrain is incredible for hiking and walking.
With so much on offer right outside your hotel, Fiji sightseeing is simple. Whether you're exploring the natural wonders of the ancient islands or getting acquainted with the cultural and culinary elements of the country, visiting Fiji is deeply rewarding. It doesn't matter if you're seeing the islands as a solo traveller or travelling with a tour guide – prepare to be awestruck.
Try kayak as your mode of transport as you discover all that Fiji has to offer.
Located in the capital city of Suva, the Fiji Museum is home to a truly remarkable collection. Surrounded by beautiful botanic gardens, the museum houses archaeological materials dating back almost 4,000 years and cultural objects that represent Fijian foreign settlement over the past two centuries. Celebrate and discover a fascinatingly rich heritage.
Mariamma Temple is a sight to behold. A truly resplendent homage to the Hindu goddess of rain, the wonderfully colourful temple is a must-visit destination in Suva. In July, the temple is home to the South Indian Fire Walking Festival. This extraordinary art-form is awe-inspiring but certainly not for the faint of heart.
Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple
The Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple is a massive monument to the popular Hindu religion. Located on the western side of Viti Levu, the temple is one of the few places outside of India where you can see traditional Dravidian architecture. The wood-carved deities were all painstakingly hand-carved and shipped from India. Inside, the smell of incense and offerings of fresh fruit hang sweetly in the air.
Sculpture of Shiva, Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple, Fiji.
Fiji Arts Village
Located on the beautiful Coral Coast, the Pacific Harbour Arts Village is one of Fiji's most unique destinations. Thousands of years of Fijian culture is alive and well inside the picturesque village. Sample the lifestyle, hospitality, and customs of the native people. Sip on freshly squeezed tropical juice and explore magical art and performances. Shop for something exotic in an authentic village shop, so you can take a bit of Fiji home with you.