If you think about Fiji and picture an island oasis, you’d be spot on. Picture hammocks swaying in the breeze between two coconut trees, friendly, vibrant local culture and people, interesting villages and wild jungle that ends where bright beach begins. Fiji is set in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean, less than 4 hours flight east of Brisbane and Sydney. It is made up of more than 330 islands and is surrounded by Vanuatu and New Caledonia to the west, Samoa and Tonga to the east and New Zealand to the south. Each of Fiji’s islands boast an incredible landscape. Lush tropical and pine vegetation is spread across the interior lands and white sandy beaches wrap around the coasts. Pristine blue-green waters house vibrant soft coral reefs and there are deep drop-offs, perfect for diving and fishing. Only just over 100 of the nation’s islands are permanently inhabited Its major islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu hold most of the country’s populace of nearly 900,000 people.
Discover tropical happiness in the islands of Fiji. There are so many things to do across this South Pacific nation, that you’ll quickly learn that one holiday just isn’t enough! With more than 330 islands surrounded by pristine coral reefs, Fiji is one of those tropical wonder zones where it’s hard to imagine ever feeling bored. From pristine beaches to lush forests, and with plenty of quaint villages, bustling hubs and jungles to explore, the choice will astound you—Fiji is the one place where visitors are truly free to do as much or as little as they want!
Fiji runs on ‘island-time’—a laid back attitude that allows everyone to just enjoy being in the moment. No matter where you travel or what you do, this attitude will be present; an overarching reminder to relax into the holiday spirit! Don’t run yourself thin when you go on your Fiji holiday.
Fiji has always struck you as fascinating — almost mystical in a sense. The palm trees, soft white sand and crystal blue water of the South Pacific are all fine, but there’s something more. It’s the fact it’s so remote. An archipelago of small islands in the middle of the largest ocean on the planet that’s managed to stay away from the massive resorts and thick tourist crowds. It’s an escape in the truest sense.