Beaches & Coastal Activities

Beaches & Coastal Activities

Fiji’s diverse coastline is simply spectacular, offering long sandy beaches to sheer volcanic cliffs and everything in between. Flanked by dramatic mountain ranges and the alluring waters of the South Pacific Ocean, Fiji’s coastline is a diverse area of natural beauty with lush tropical mangrove forests, safe swimming beaches and volcanic rocky outcrops linking the two. In some areas, cliff side waterfalls discharge thundering volumes of cool fresh rainwater that flows down from untouched mountain ranges into the sea below, whilst in others, you’ll find shallow streams perfect for a little paddler’s feet trickling through sandy beachside channels. Build sandcastles, race hermit crabs along the beach, explore rock pools and collect sand dollars with the kids or simply watch the tide roll in from the comfort of a beachside hammock.
The variety of picturesque scenes - tranquil bays, bustling harbours, long peninsulas and crashing reef breaks - make Fiji’s coastline an attraction in itself. Many boat operators offer cruises so that you may enjoy the coastline from an entirely different perspective. From stunning bays of shimmering emerald water with jet black volcanic rock formations jutting up from the ocean floor, to deserted sandy havens gently lapped by calm turquoise waves. Fiji’s vibrant coral reefs are often only a short snorkel from shore making the beaches of Fiji’s 333 islands the palm-fringed gateway to an oasis of bliss. Enjoy Fiji’s magnificent coastline, one beach at a time.
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Visitors have ranked the Savla Island Day Cruise as #1 on Trip Advisor and it's not hard to see why; avoid the daily rush of day cruise departures and meet at Denarau Marina for a leisurely 10:00am...
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Exciting rail river crossings!
Let the rhythm of the rails carry you along through beautiful bush, rock cuttings, villages and fields ...magical scenery with a surprise and a smile around every corner. Deserted beaches stretch for...
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If you're traveling to Fiji with a group why not do a private boat charter while you are here? Our boat is new, comfortable, suitable for families and offers multiple spaces for comfortable seating...
-17.773701, 177.380997
Unique is a high performance 16.3m sailing catamaran that was built for speed and pleasure - her custom rig and cutting edge sails give Unique swift sailing speeds. If you're not yet a sailing...
-17.772900, 177.382004
Qamea Resort & Spa is an intimate boutique resort catering to maximum of 34 adults, with only 17 luxuriously appointed and air conditioned bures nestled among swaying coconut palms and verdant...
-16.764700, -179.787994
South Sea Cruises is Fiji’s leading maritime operator with a range of award-winning day cruises and resort connections.  Seaspray Day Adventure Explore the beautiful beaches, lagoons and crystal...
-17.772759, 177.380879
Introducing Excitor Fiji, a custom purpose, 18 metre, 55 seat 1500 Horsepower exciting vessel. Operating numerous and varied excursions daily out of the marina in Port Denarau, Nadi. Excitor Fiji is...
-17.769100, 177.376999
The crew at Mad Fish Dive Centre are a dedicated team of professionals who look forward to guiding you through some of the best dive sites in the world. As the only Kadavu Island dive operation...
-19.044300, 178.397995
HYDROSPORTS FIJI aims to provide more than just a thrilling experience, but also achieve a new sensation in a familiar setting; the ocean. Whilst you enjoy the surroundings of the natural beauty...
-17.779100, 177.380005
swimming with Manta Rays in the wild
Swimming with Manta Ray’s is a unique and awe-inspiring experience and an opportunity not to be missed when visiting Fiji.  The Manta Rays are generally around from May to October, clients wishing to...
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The Ride on the beach!!! 15 Min!!! Ride (2 PAX MIN, MAX 5) Best Value!!! Wet n wild (Fiji) Banana Boat  Ride the ocean waves!!! Get wet and have a blast!!! Banana Boat rides are great fun...
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Free Fly the local ridges. Paragliding was concieved in the early 1980's  when rock climber's begain foot launching skydiving chutes from the top of their climb. Modern paragliders now have a much...
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Your journey from Sigatoka Town begins with a 10mile excursion in your Off-Road Cave safari mini coach. This short journey inland allows you to see the people of Sigatoka Valley going about their...
-18.144899, 177.503006
Jump on board with South Sea Cruises for an unforgettable day cruise into another world; the magnificent Yasawa Islands.   Enroute to Botaira Beach Resort you’ll pass by islands that rise high up out...
-17.139000, 177.209000
Dolphins symbolize the patron saint of love and have been viewed as magical and "Man’s Best Friend in the Sea" for millennia by humans. They’re one of the only animals that appear to play, joyfully...
-17.771966, 177.379730
Taveuni Dive has 4, fully maintained and equipped aluminum dive boats for your comfort.  They cater to mainly smaller dive groups so you get the best in personalized guiding.  You will dive with the...
-16.836300, 179.968994
This package suits any budget as Awesome Adventures use the 1, 2 and 3 coconut rating system - 1 being more basic, and 3 being more luxurious. See below for available accommodation.   The Full Monty...
-17.772600, 177.380997
Cloud 9 has recently relocated to the beautiful Ro Ro Reef in the Mamanuca Islands.  We are a floating bar with gourmet Italian wood fire pizzas. There are 2 environmentally friendly toilets on...
-17.774900, 177.171997
Your transport will pick you from your respective hotel(s) in Nadi and it takes approximately an hour to drive to the Coral Coast. First stop is at the Sigatoka Sand Dunes, one of Fijis National...
-17.764900, 177.481003
Terratrek is Fiji's only self drive guided tour that travels the mountains at the back of Pacific Harbour. The panoramic views with outlooks on the Pacific Ocean and the waterfall trip are all...
-18.250900, 178.082001

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