Outdoor Adventures in Fiji

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6 Outdoor Adventures You Can Have in Fiji

From sky to sea, here’s a few adventures worth trying out.

Air: Skydiving and Parasailing

In Fiji, adventure takes flight in the most exhilarating way. For the best birds-eye views of Fiji’s idyllic islands and coral reefs, strap in for a tandem skydiving adventure with Nadi-based Skydive Fiji. Experience a heart-pounding 70sec freefall from 13,000 ft before you gently drift back to land near Denarau or in the Mamanuca islands. Prefer your views a little closer to the ground? Parasailing from the back of speedboat is just as thrilling. Book your spot with Kaiwai Watersports  Fiji or Hydrosports Fiji at various resorts in the Coral Coast, Nadi and the Mamanuca islands. 
 

White-Water River Rafting

 

River: White-water Rafting, River Tubing and Waterfalls 

Take a break from Fiji’s fabulous beaches with a few hours of freshwater fun. Rivers Fiji run white-water rafting adventures in the protected Upper Navua river canyon as well as kayaking tours in the middle section of the river. Equally popular, River Tubing Fiji combines a scenic river ride, waterfall trip and slow tube drift downriver in one awesome day out. And for a cultural experience in one of Fiji’s remote villages, take a thrilling jetboat ride upriver with Sigatoka River Safari. If you’re headed to Savusavu on Vanua Levu, drift with the tides downriver to Salt Lake on a bamboo raft, (bilibili) kayak or rubber tube. 
 

White-Water River Rafting

 

Mountains: Hiking or Mountain Biking 

Uncrowded and free from dangerous land snakes and spiders, Fiji is a hiker’s haven. From easy strolls to challenging multi-day hikes through Viti Levu’s mountainous heart, Fiji’s trail network caters to hikers of all skill levels. For a truly authentic adventure, don’t miss Talanoa Treks’ multi-day guided hikes for a glimpse of Viti Levu’s beautiful interior and the hospitality of its remote villages. Amongst Fiji’s best walks and hiking trails are the Lavena Coastal Walk (Taveuni) and the Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park (Coral Coast) as well as plenty of breathtaking vistas in Sabeto (Nadi) and the Yasawa Islands. 
 

Hiking

 

Forest: Ziplining 

Soaring through Fiji’s forest canopies on a series of high-speed zips is one of the most enjoyable ways to spend the day. Zip Fiji operates Fiji’s largest 16-zip and abseiling adventure at Momi (outside Nadi) and another near Pacific Harbour offering stunning vistas and an abundance of thrills. 

Just 15mins from Nadi Airport, the Sleeping Giant Zipline offers a thrilling canopy adventure that will propel you through the forest and over the river at 40km/hr. There’s also a jungle safari trail, waterfall and dinosaur park that the little ones will adore. 

Gear up for even more aerial excitement at Kila World Adventure Park near Pacific Harbour, home to Fiji’s longest zipline and a host of challenging high and low rope courses. 
 

Fiji Zipline

 

Coral Reefs: Diving, Snorkeling and Freediving 

Some of the Fiji’s best scenery is underwater! With a large network of coral reefs, balmy year-round water temperatures of 27°C and diverse marine life, Fiji’s waters offer countless scuba diving, snorkeling and freediving adventures. 

Dubbed the Soft Coral Capital of the World, Fiji is a diver’s delight with two of the world’s longest barrier reefs, world-class dive sites like the Great White Wall and an established dive industry. Families with young kids will love the snorkeling spots on reefs just off the beach in regions like the Coral Coast, Mamanuca Islands and the Yasawa Islands. More advanced snorkelers can take a short boat ride to coral pinnacles and barrier reefs in the Suncoast, Kadavu, or Taveuni to discover diverse coral forms and colourful critters. And if you want to learn to freedive, head to Savusavu for lessons with Liquid State Freediving. 
 

Yasawa Island

 

Sand Dunes: Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park 

With a unique geology, rich cultural heritage and breathtaking scenery, it is no surprise that the Sigatoka Sand Dunes was Fiji’s first national park. Aside from an invigorating hike and serene moments, history buffs will enjoy viewing the ancient pottery shards that lay scattered across the sand while photographers will find plenty to see in the shifting light and wild landscape. This national treasure is located just 10-mins from Sigatoka town, in the heart of the Coral Coast. 
 

Sigatoka Sand dunes

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