Before you start your busy schedule of chilling the heck out, know the lay of the land, or lands. The two largest and busiest islands are Viti Levu—home of the capital city, Suva—and Vanua Levu, where you’ll find events and attractions when you aren’t scuttling around in the ocean. Speaking of…grab snorkelling gear and dip into the Somosomo Strait located between Taveuni and Vanua Levu. There you’ll find Rainbow Reef, which feels like being at an underwater Pride parade. If you want, you can spend an entire Fiji holiday doing absolutely flippin’ nothing and love it. Just roll out a towel on Natadola Beach on Viti Levu, lie face-down and bake for two to three hours until golden, turning frequently #winning. Switch from aquatic to cultural immersion at Fiji Museum in Suva, a breezy bungalow-style venue chock-a-block full of ancient artefacts and present-day art. Keep the dream holiday rolling like the Fijian hills with a hike out to the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, near Nadi on the northwest coast of Viti Levu. Wondering how to get around? Keep moving with one of our cool Fiji car hire deals on land and catch a ferry when you need a good float.
You’re going to Fiji, home of colourful flora and friendly locals, so opt for the open-air social shopping scene. After you’ve scored a gorgeous haul of fresh flowers and handmade gifts at Nadi Produce Market and Suva Municipal, you’ll be extra glad you found Fiji holiday deals here first. Oh, look, there’s a glass-blowing shop in Korotogo, Viti Levu, too. Looks like you have birthday gifts covered for the next year.
If you didn’t burst from all the bazaar treats, don’t worry. For a sit-down meal of distinctly Fijian flavours with a side of sea views, go to Nadi or sail west to nearby Denarau Island and get a little fancy. OK, a lot fancy.
Whether you want to drop it like it’s hot or pick it up like it’s cool, stick around in Nadi’s Martintar neighbourhood or Port Denarau after hours. For a rowdier racket, go south to Suva, where you’ll encounter the local uni crowd blowing off some steam or making some by keeping the tradition of fire walking alive and well. That is so hot right now.
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4 Sep. - 5 Sep.
This is a great hotel with amazing staff and a wonderful relaxing feel. Really great food and and service second to none. Thoroughly recommend this hotel for any families looking to give their kids memories that will last a lifetime.
25 Aug. - 26 Aug.
The Radisson Blu is an absolutely stunning resort set amongst some of the most beautiful island surroundings on earth, however the overall outstanding factor by far are the staff. They are so extremely genuine, kind and caring. We also found the staff to be most accomodating with all of our requests. ...
2 Sep. - 3 Sep.
Friendly staff, clean and spacious rooms, good beachfront rooms....value for money!
1 Sep. - 2 Sep.
Great location. Good rooms and excellent breakfast. Cocktails and all alcohol too expensive. Water sports far too expensive
15 Sep. - 16 Sep.
Sheraton was in a good location the only thing is the variety of food available is limited and very expensive
12 Sep. - 13 Sep.
Maybe breakfast needs a rethink. Service is good and staff are very friendly and happy to help and assist wherever the need is. We’ll be happy to visit Nalagi again in the near future
26 Aug. - 27 Aug.
We liked the proximity to the airport. The staff were all very friendly and the meals were good.
17 Sep. - 18 Sep.
The staff were very friendly and helpful The quality of food could improve