Luxury Travel in Fiji

Fiji overview

Whether it’s your own five-star private island villa, a sprawling family resort with amazing clubs, a stunning eco-lodge for the conscientious traveller, across Fiji’s 333 beautiful and unique islands, there’s something to suit every one.

Example Fiji itineraries

With over 300 pristine islands, each with their own unique charm and character, this multi-destination vacation promises to be a dream come true for those seeking adventure, relaxation, and ultimate rejuvenation. If Fiji is your only stop, we recommend staying for 10-14 days. This will give you enough time to relax at your resort, or go further afield, hiking, surfing or diving. If you are planning to combine Fiji with other destinations, such as Australia or New Zealand, take a look at our combination holiday section.

14 Day Fiji Holiday
Fiji 14 Day Twin Island Luxury Discovery

Discover paradise on this island hopping adventure. Explore the main island from Nanuku Resort, a world-class, tropical oasis located on a 500-acre private estate along the coast of Fiji’s main island Viti Levu; near Pacific Harbour. Explore the island from above on a scenic flight before heading on to the Mamanuca Islands for the ultimate in relaxation on Likuliku Lagoon Resort, a multi award-w...

Navini Island Resort, Mamanucas Island Group Fiji
10 Day South Seas for Wave Riders

Fiji is a haven for luxury travelers seeking oceanic wonders. With its vibrant coral reefs and seren...

Remote Yasawa Islands
8 Day Remote Yasawa Islands

Discover paradise at the remote Yasawa Island Resort and Spa, this unique all-inclusive resort is on...

11 Day Fiji Island Hopping Luxury Travel Itinerary
Fiji 11 Day Island Hopping Adventure

Embark on a Fiji Odyssey: Immerse in opulence with 3-night stays at Yasawa Island Resort's pristine ...


Top Fiji locations

The Fijian archipelago comprises of over 300 islands situated in the South Pacific. Its physical geography includes coral reefs, white sandy beaches, lush tropical forests, and volcanic mountain ranges. This picturesque location makes it an ideal destination for luxury travelers seeking relaxation, adventure, and natural beauty.

Mamanuca Islands

Nestled in the idyllic blue waters of the South Pacific Ocean, Mamanuca Islands is a stunning group of twenty small islands in Fiji. The pristine white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and abundant coral reefs make it a tropical paradise for beach lovers and water enthusiasts alike. The island offers an array of activities including snorkeling, scuba diving, island hopping, and exploring traditional Fijian villages. With its postcard-perfect landscapes and diverse range of activities, Mamanuca Islands is a perfect tropical escape that offers a quintessential Fijian experience. Malolo, Tokoriki, Vomo, Castaway, Matamanoa, Navini and Beachcomber Islands are some of the most sought-after within this island grouping. Read More

Kadavu Island
Kadavu Island

Discover Paradise on Kadavu Island, Fiji Kadavu Island is a remote and untouched island in Fiji. It is famous for its coral reefs, diving spots, eco-tourism and prisitine be...

Waterfall Taviuni Island
Savusavu, Taveuni Island, Vanua Levu

Discover the allure of Vanua Levu, Savusavu, and Taveuni Island in Fiji, where luxury meets tropical paradise. Immerse yourself in the untouched b...

Yasawa Islands
Yasawa Islands

The Yasawa Islands, a mesmerizing archipelago in Fiji, beckon travelers with their untouched natural beauty, pristine beaches, and vibrant coral reefs. Remote and unspoiled, this tropical haven off...

Viti Levu
Viti Levu

Fiji’s largest island, offers distinct luxury resort areas that cater to discerning travelers. Denarau Island boasts lavish beachfront resorts, championship golf courses, and...

Best resorts in Fiji

Tokoriki Island
Tokoriki Island Resort, Fiji

Tokoriki Island Resort is one of Conde Naste’s 2022 Top 15 Resorts, offering a maximum of 72 guests, ensuring an intimate and romantic beach vacation with attentive Fijian hospitality. With contemporary and Fijian-style beachfront bures, pool villas, and unlimited spa massages, guests can also enjoy island beach picnics, diving, snorkeling, tennis, and lounging by the pool. The resort is ...

Liku Liku Dining Options
Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Fiji

The Likuliku Lagoon Resort offers exclusive luxury for adults and is only available to guests sta...

Eco Resort Fiji
Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is our award-winning luxurious island vacation destination in the Sou...

Kokomo Private Island Kadavu, Fiji
Kokomo Private Island, Fiji

At Kokomo Private Island, you’ll discover an exquisite blend of unscripted luxury, abundant...

Como Laucala Island sophisticated design
COMO Laucala Island, Fiji

COMO Laucala Island is a tropical paradise, offering an extraordinary escape on a private island ...

Nanuku Island Resort - soft coral diving in Fiji
Nanuku Resort, Fiji

Nanuku Resort Fiji is the epitome of barefoot luxury. Located on a secluded stretch of beach on F...

Yasawa Island Resort Fiji
Yasawa Island Resort & Spa, Fiji

‘Yasawa’ is the first of 15 Fijian words for Heaven. This exclusive all-inclusive res...


Frequently asked questions

When is the best time to visit Fiji

Fiji offers warm temperatures and abundant sunshine throughout the year, making it a desirable destination at any time. However, the period from May to October is the most sought after, as the weather conditions are ideal with clear blue skies, low humidity, and minimal rainfall.

What is the currency in Fiji, and can I use US dollars?

The currency in Fiji is the Fijian dollar (FJD). While the Fijian dollar is the official currency, US dollars are widely accepted in most tourist areas, hotels, and major establishments. It is advisable to carry some Fijian dollars for smaller vendors and remote areas.

What is the visa requirement for visiting Fiji?

For US citizens visiting Fiji as tourists, no visa is required for stays of up to four months. Upon arrival, you will receive a visitor’s permit valid for the duration of your stay. However, it is recommended to check the latest visa requirements before traveling, as they can be subject to change.

Are there any cultural customs or etiquette I should be aware of?

Fijians have a rich and vibrant culture. It’s important to respect their customs and traditions. When visiting villages or participating in traditional ceremonies, it is customary to dress modestly and remove hats. It is also polite to ask for permission before taking someone’s picture.

What are the transportation options within Fiji?

Domestic flights are available between the major islands in Fiji. Helicopter transfers are also popular for reaching remote resorts. On the larger islands, you can hire taxis or rental cars. Luxury resorts often provide airport transfers for their guests, and some even have private yachts for transportation.

What is the tipping culture in Fiji?

Tipping is not a customary practice in Fiji. However, it is becoming more common in upscale establishments and luxury resorts. It is not expected but appreciated if you receive exceptional service. Some resorts may have a staff Christmas fund where guests can contribute instead of individual tipping.

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