Fiji is packed with adventure activities to thrill and inspire you. Whether you want a dose of adrenalin or something more relaxing, you’ll find plenty of options.
Not surprisingly, in a country surrounded by pristine, warm waters, there are lots of water-based activities to choose from. If you’re after something action-packed, try a thrilling jet boat ride up the Nadi river inlet or along the Denarau beachfront. Or join a Jet Ski safari and be led on a fun, adventurous trip offshore by experienced guides around the Mamanuca’s.

You could join a white water rafting trip through lush rainforests in the Pacific Harbour, or venture into the Sawailau Caves on a boat and experience the ancient lime stone.

Fiji has great spots for scuba diving, reef snorkelling, and windsurfing, or you can fish, swim with the sharks, or go kayaking. There’s almost no limit to what you can do if you love being out on the water.

But if you’re keen to stay on dry land, Fiji offers breathtaking hikes through its lush, tropical forests. Fiji has a range of national parks, offering everything from rainforest-covered trails to sand dunes and waterfalls.

Fiji is world-renowned for being a land of action and adventure. In 2002 the international Eco-Challenge was held here, attracting athletes who raced through 500 kilometres of Fiji’s roughest but most impressive terrain. And in 2006 a series of Survivor was filmed on Fiji’s second-largest island, Vanua Levu.