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.
Chequered with sugar-cane fields, rural villages and quaint market towns, visiting the Suncoast is like relaxing into an eternal summer. The Suncoast is sugar country. Lautoka, Fiji’s second largest city, was built on the sugar industry and is home to the country’s biggest sugar mill.


Most Suncoast accommodation is clustered in hubs around the coast. At Vuda, just 20 minutes from Nadi, resorts provide a quiet respite to the bustle of the town but are close enough for island-hopping day trips to the Mamanuca or Yasawa groups.

There are many more accommodation options at Viti Levu’s northernmost point, the Ra peninsula, and offshore at Nananu-i-Ra and Dolphin Island. With stunning beaches and soothing sea breezes, the area is one of the best places in Fiji to watch the sunset.

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As well as the spectacular shoreline itself, the Suncoast is home to the majestic mountains of the Koroyanitu National Heritage Park and the picturesque Navala village, complete with traditional bures, where you can experience the rustic natural scenery of Fiji.

Explore the Ra peninsula by kayak or SUP, or you can get even further out on the water for game fishing, windsurfing or diving at the world-class reefs.

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Getting to Sun Coast

The perfect way to experience this gorgeous expanse of coastline is on a leisurely self-drive. To hire a rental car from Nadi International Airport, all you need is a valid driver’s licence from your home country. Alternatively, most resorts will arrange an airport pickup, where you can sit back and enjoy the views.

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Dining in Sun Coast

Outside of the many great restaurants at the Suncoast resorts, Lautoka has the best range of dining options, with cafés, bistros and different cuisines from around the world. Vuda Point Marina is also perfect for sunset cocktails, with a great restaurant and relaxed vibe.

There are fewer options food and drink in the smaller coastal towns, but municipal food markets are great places to stock up local produce or snacks for the road.

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