Discovering Fiji | A Guide to Exploring the Islands

Fiji is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and it’s not hard to see why. There are over 300 islands in Fiji, all of which have beaches that are picture-perfect. This article will give you an overview of how to explore Fiji, including things to do on each island as well as where to stay and eat.

Where to Stay in Fiji

Fiji is home to some of the most luxurious resorts in the South Pacific, but you don’t have to be an A-lister or a billionaire to stay at one. There are many all inclusive resorts in Fiji. If you want to get away from it all and immerse yourself in Fiji’s natural beauty, there are plenty of options for independent travellers who want to experience everything Fiji has to offer without breaking their bank accounts.

While there aren’t any hostels on Fiji’s main islands (it’s more like a backpacker haven), there are still plenty of places where budget travellers can find affordable options that still allow them access to all those great amenities like pools and restaurants. You just have to do some research ahead of time before booking your flight.

Things to Do in Fiji

There are plenty of things to do in Fiji. Whether you’re an adventure seeker or someone who prefers a more relaxing vacation, there’s something for everyone. Here are some of the most famous activities you should do.

First, explore the islands, if you’re travelling with kids, this is an absolute must. Renting a car and driving around all day long is the best choice. You’ll see so much more than if you were on a tour bus or even in a taxi. There are also tons of companies that offer tours by boat or helicopter. If getting around by car isn’t your thing. Either way, getting out into nature will give everyone something new to see and experience while providing great opportunities for photos too!

Second, visit local markets, markets like those found at Nadi International Airport or Sigatoka Markets near Suva have everything from souvenirs to fresh fruits & vegetables and often include live entertainment! You can even try some traditional dishes like kava (a drink made from coconut husks), which has calming effects similar to alcohol but doesn’t get people drunk at all because there aren’t any toxins present in its preparation process (and therefore no hangover). This makes it ideal for social occasions where everyone needs their wits about them.

Getting a Visa in Fiji

A visa is an official document issued by a country’s government that allows you to enter the country and stay there for a specific amount of time. The exact requirements vary depending on which country you are applying to, but they usually include an application form (usually available online), and your passport photo, which must meet specific requirements (e.g., size, background colour)Payment in full for your visa fee.

Weather in Fiji

Fiji’s weather is tropical, with a temperature range of 20-32 degrees Celsius (68-89 degrees Fahrenheit). The island nation experiences moderate rainfall throughout the year and its summer months are December, January and February. Winter months are June, July and August.


Getting around Fiji is easy. There are airports in all of the major cities, and you can get to most islands by boat or plane. If you’re planning on renting a car or scooter, check with the rental company before you arrive to make sure they have it available at the airport. If you’re looking for something more adventurous than driving yourself around Fiji’s islands, renting a boat or kayak might be right up your alley!

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