Bula! Welcome to Fiji

Home to the recently upgraded international airport, the multi-cultural town of Nadi is the gateway to Fiji.
Not only the closest group of islands to Nadi International Airport, the Mamanucas are possibly the most picture-perfect.

White sandy beaches, warm turquoise sea and swaying coconut palms are all part of the scenery. 

Just north of the popular Mamanucas are the soaring peaks of the Yasawa Islands that make up Fiji's western border.
Denarau – the island that doesn’t feel like an island.
There’s no boat ride necessary to get to the home of the largest integrated resort in the South Pacific.
Suva, Fiji’s capital and largest city, is one of the most cosmopolitan centres of the Pacific.
Fiji’s third largest island is known as the Garden Island for good reason: Lush jungle, gorgeous beaches, secluded waterfalls and abundant wildlife make Taveuni an eco-tourist's dream.
Pacific Harbour is the adventure capital of Fiji.

In under an hour’s drive from Suva on Fiji’s southern coast, you can be swimming with sharks or heading off-road on a four-wheel drive tour.

An 80km stretch of brilliant white beaches and secluded bays along the southern shores of Viti Levu, the Coral Coast is a beachcomber’s paradise.
Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second largest island, is less tourist-oriented than Viti Levu, making it a great destination for the more adventurous traveller.
Made up of a few tiny islands in the far east, almost halfway to Tonga, the Lau Group is the Fiji not often seen by tourists.
Escape from modern life at Kadavu, where you can experience true Fijian culture.
Off the Eastern coast of Viti Levu, the cluster of islands that make up the Lomaiviti Group are home to the historical port town of Levuka, Fiji’s first capital and now a Unesco World Heritage Site.
The Suncoast, which runs along the north and west of Viti Levu, is a land of abundant sunshine, bright blue skies and dramatic grassy peaks.