What to do and see in Fiji, Fiji: The Best Places and Tips
From the traditional Bobo massages to the therapeutic rays of South Pacific sun, the islands of Fiji offer visitors the ultimate in relaxation. Take a fragrant stroll through the botanical gardens of Nadi before settling in on the beach to watch the sun slip down for the night. Nap in the shade of a Savusavu palm tree, or float in the lagoons of Viti Levu. The waterfalls and lush rainforest of Taveuni Island are peaceful places to commune with nature at your own pace.
1. Lau Group
5 based on 3 reviews
Reviewed By ChicagoBargains - Chicago, IllinoisChicago, Illinois
Vanua Balavu Island
I traveled to Vanua Balavu Island in the Northern Lau Group of Fiji Last March with a friend from Australia to repair a computer lab on the local school there. It was interesting as there are no restaurants, and not much commercial activity. The island ha
2. Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool
4.5 based on 1251 reviews
Reviewed By 464harrietw
The pools are an excellent way to wind down after a long day. There are several different pools, getting clearer as you clean the mud off you. It’s extremely warm, but relaxing. It was raining when we arrived which made it even better. It’s worth the trip
3. Port Denarau Marina
4 based on 2913 reviews
Only 20 minutes drive from Nadi International Airport, Port Denarau Marina is Fiji's premier marina facility. As the hub of the integrated Denarau Island Resort, Port Denarau Marina is the gateway to exploring our idyllic sun drenched tropical isles of Fiji's West Coast. Provisioning is easy - with a supermarket, pharmacy and bakery at the end of the dock and Nadi and Namaka only a short bus or taxi ride away. Port Denarau Marina is walking distance to several international hotels, offering a vast array of recreational pursuits including an international 18 hole golf course - not to mention, being part of the largest retail/restaurant complex in the Nadi area. Port Denarau is ideally positioned to provide a stopover for rest, recreation and provisioning during your cruising of the Fijian Islands. The fast developing marina complex is the centre of yachting activity in Fiji, located on Denarau Island, it is accessed through a well marked channel that is 5 metres deep at zero tide. The marina is well protected from all weather. The basin contains 52 fully serviced berths and 14 swing moorings including 14 berths capable of taking Superyachts up to 85 metres in length with 5 metres draft. Fuel, water, single and three phase power and wifi are all available at the dock. The complex contains a 50 tonne travel lift, a hard stand area and marine workshops. Port Denarau Marina is by far Fiji's newest haul out facility and provides the latest up to date equipment. See our Facilities & Services for more detailed information about what we provide.
Reviewed By AdamSimmo - Sydney, AustraliaSydney, Australia
Plenty of Shopping
Visited the Marina today and was pleasantly surprised at the selection of shopping, especially for souvenirs. Also, forget buying at the resorts, they are so overpriced.There is a good range of restaurants and bars, along with a grocery outlet and other s
4. Garden of the Sleeping Giant
4 based on 1297 reviews
Wander through this incredible plantation of over 2000 different types of orchids, started in 1977 by the late actor Raymond Burr, of Perry Mason and Ironsides fame.
Reviewed By Pammu_Parvinder - Mumbai, IndiaMumbai, India
I wish it was wheelchair friendly
I went in the place saw a little bit of the garden, beautiful daffodil flowers as I went further I saw there were about 9 to 10 huge steps that I would have to walk down to get to more beautiful area of the place ....they charge you fijian $18 for going t
5. Momi Bay Battery Historic Park
4 based on 60 reviews
Reviewed By johndZ8437AG - Plymouth, United KingdomPlymouth, United Kingdom
Great views from a historic site
We visited here 3 years ago, and the views and historic aspects made us want to come back when we returned to Fiji. Since we were there last, the visitor centre has opened. This has some very interesting insights of how it came about and the fears at the
6. Big Bula Water Park
4 based on 504 reviews
Featuring Brand new world class Hydro slides and the worlds largest permanent inflatable waterpark!
Reviewed By pamatu049 - Prague, Czech RepublicPrague, Czech Republic
It is expensive, but the kids loved it. So, go there and you will see. The great thing is, that you do not need to wait anywhere. Nextdoor: minigolf!Bula Vinaka Thank you for your review. We hope you enjoyed the rest of your holiday in Fiji Vinaka Vakalev
7. Natadola Beach
4.5 based on 730 reviews
Considered one of Fiji's best beaches, Natadola features pure white sand, many much-needed shade trees and horses for hire - both gentle rides for children and adult-level treks as well.
Reviewed By leannet869 - Berkeley, AustraliaBerkeley, Australia
We drove here from the Coral Coast, approx 40 mins. Nice beach but there were a lot of horse droppings near the Intercontinental hotel. They offer horse riding here, $40FJ per person for half beach or $80FJ full beach. Our kids 9 and 10 enjoyed it. The wa
8. Kula Wild Adventure Park
4.5 based on 1447 reviews
Kula WILD Adventure Park is a 28 acre property set in 3 valleys, with 12 acres of coastal forest open to visitors. Huge walk-through enclosures put the visitor inside the habitats of our resident parrots, doves, water birds & reptiles. Marine displays of Ocean turtles, soft & hard coral and tropical fish provide a glimpse of the spectacular marine world that surrounds the 300+ Islands of Fiji. Not forgetting The all new Rollercoaster Zip Rail, the first of its kind in Fiji. As well as our 110m Splash Mountain Jungle Water slide, and kiddies splash pool with water jets, slides and more... With almost a kilometer of wooden walkways, bridges, rest areas and 2 cafes, the park provides our visitors with the opportunity to experience the ‘wild side’ of Fiji in comfortable and safe surroundings. Abundant signage explains the displays and our dedicated staff are on hand to answer any questions you may have. Come and hold a rare Fijian Iguana or a Boa constrictor for photo ops and selfies, in our Interaction area. Help us hand feed our baby sea turtles 3 times daily. Your visit is vital to the Breeding Programs and Student Education courses we do and we truly appreciate your support. Vinaka!
Reviewed By KiwiRoadrunner - Auckland Central, New ZealandAuckland Central, New Zealand
Best way to see Kula
Our guide - Fazil - was exceptional. Really enjoyed the tour/information at the marine life support centre. We wished there had been a bit more behind the scenes (more about feeding or experiences). A lot of the time is spent just walking through the bird
9. Dravuni Island
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Reviewed By 58randyt - Palm Bay, FloridaPalm Bay, Florida
This island is a must for those interested in rest and relaxation. Interested in snorkeling? The crystal clear water will not disappoint you. Our cruise ship spent a day at the island. The local residents were happy to greet us and had their products for
10. Colo-I-Suva Forest Park
4 based on 276 reviews
Take a dip in one of the natural swimming pools, follow a nature trail and keep your ears and eyes ready to spot the numerous birds that inhabit this park.
Reviewed By clanot - FrankfurtFrankfurt
Lovely short trip into the rainforest near Suva
Colo-I-Suva is a short roadtrip from Fiji's capital Suva and gives you a chance for a dip into the rainforest. You can take a circular walk from the main car park, which is winding down along the river, small waterfalls and natural pools. The paths are de