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Fiji Vacations

The heart of the South Pacific, Fiji is comprised of 333 tropical islands that house some of the most welcoming vistas—and people—imaginable.

Welcome to Fiji

A dream destination for adventurous travelers, Fiji boasts a mixture of raw tropical beauty and luxe private islands, all-inclusive resorts and premium pampering spas, culinary adventures and outdoor activities. Get prepared to get lost in Fiji, where you’ll never want to be found.

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What to Do in Fiji

  • Beach Time

    It probably doesn’t need to be said, but to truly experience Fiji, you’ll need to make room for serious beach time. These are beaches that will make you lose track of time, ignore your inbox, and refresh your sense of calm and wonder. You pretty much can’t go wrong with any stretch of sand on the islands, but for something truly special, make your way to Horseshoe Bay at Matangi Private Island Resort and see for yourself why this crescent of white sand landed itself in the book 1,000 Places to See Before You Die.
  • Find Your Food

    The local markets are a cultural feast for the senses and occur in villages throughout the islands, year-round. Sample and learn about Fijian produce and native plants and crops, including rarities like rourou (taro leaves), Fijian sea grapes, and kava root, just to name a few. There are also a few fascinating tours in which you can hunt your own eel or forage for local ingredients with an expert guide.
  • Get Out to Sea

    Fijian life ebbs and flows by the ocean, so there’s no better way to experience the island than to take to the water. Diving here is world-class, including the Great Astrolabe Reef, and draws a scuba enthusiasts from all over the world. Snorkeling is another great option for those who want to stay closer to shore. But don’t be fooled, snorkeling here can be just as thrilling if you do it with a tour that offers swims with reef sharks (in open water!) Cakaulevu Reef is the is the third-longest continuous coral reef in the world and hosts a myriad of vibrant sea life. If you prefer to stay (relatively) dry, try a boat tour, sailing expedition, or deep-sea fishing charter.