Hotels and Resorts in Fiji
The three hundred and twenty magical, unspoiled Fiji Islands lie at the crossroads of the Pacific. Each offers an unrivaled tropical paradise with azure waters, white sandy beaches, coral islets and tropical resorts. Its locale makes it the perfect stop to or from Australia and New Zealand.
Fiji is recognized as a world premier dive destination with year round sunlight and warm waters. It offers superb golf courses, tennis, water-skiing, wind surfing, sailing, fishing, bird watching, horse riding, rugby, soccer and cricket, and so much more. A once volcanic area, it is home to rugged mountains, lush green rainforest, waterfalls and remote villages.
Fun Fact: The Fiji archipelago has over 300 islands scattered across 200,000 square miles of ocean. Total land area is about 2,800 square miles.
Culturally, Fiji has become the melting pot of the South Pacific. The influences of Pacific, Indian, European and Chinese cultures are reflected in the food, architecture, language and religion, so cultural enthusiasts will have much to see and do. While there, also discover a huge variety of choice in accommodation styles, from five-star resorts with an international flavor, to secluded, traditional "bures," to thatched cottages on private beaches and everything in between.
Fiji’s diversity, proximity and untrammeled beauty make it the ultimate reward. The genuine friendliness of the islands' residents combined with the unique environment, extreme beauty and soothing tranquility make it a perfect holiday destination.
Denarau Island/Nadi Area
Denarau Island is located on the western side of Viti Levu and is famous for its year round blue sky. Only 20 minutes from Nadi International Airport and 8 minutes from Nadi Town, it is ideally situated for trips to the Mamanuca and Yasawa islands from the newly upgraded Port Denarau Marina.
Port Denarau Marina is Fiji’s finest retail and dining experience on the famous Denarau Island. There are plenty of other food choices to consider while working up a hunger while walking around the premium shops and handicraft retailers. The marina also features regular transport service, outstanding adult and kid’s entertainment, cultural and community activities, such as traditional Fijian and Indian dance – a genuine experience that will inspire all ages.
Denarau Island also boasts the region's ultimate sports complex, with a magnificent 18-hole championship golf course and 10 court tennis center with spectacular grass courts. There are a diverse range of leisure activities to challenge or relax you, such as game fishing, hiking, camping, parasailing, sky diving, water skiing, helicopter rides, island tours, spa treatments and much more. Denarau Island also offers abundant and diverse restaurant choices and an array of bar and lounges, each with individual ambience.
A range of accommodations will suit any need, taste or budget. Visit Denarau Island for the ultimate tropical paradise vacation!
Fun Fact: Port Denarau Marina acts as a major departure point for cruises and transfers to the Mamanucas and Yasawa Islands, off the coastline of Denarau Island.
Traditionally known and promoted as the most densely populated tourist area in Fiji, the Coral Coast is around 80 km of beaches, bays, rocky outcrops and lush vegetation along the southwest of Viti Levu.
The Coral Coast is heavily dotted with hotels, resorts and back packer retreats like no other region in Fiji and is a haven for the adventurous or for those who simply want a bit of sun, sand and fun.
The name is apt as the coast is wrapped by one of the largest fringing reef systems in the world and while its beaches are not quite the standard of the outer islands, it has the benefit of being conveniently located halfway between Nadi and Suva.
Fun Fact: The Coral Coast is the heart of Fiji’s tourism industry and basically where it all started back in the good old days.
Fiji’s tropical islands with gently swaying palm trees, surrounded by white sand beaches, set among deep blue waters with fringing coral reefs of turquoise and pastel green. These are the famous Mamanuca Islands of Fiji.
Every Fiji island resort in the Mamanuca Islands is what an island vacation should be about. Each of these special islands is different from each other and was created for those who want to forget the pressures of their busy lifestyle.
The Mamanuca Islands in Fiji are all different. Some islands are uninhabited, others are still the traditional homes of the Fijian people, many offer a range of Fiji Island resorts, a few are just for day trips from Nadi, and still others provide overnight resort style accommodations.
You can make your Fiji Island resort dream come true either by choosing an island that will encourage you to immerse yourself in tranquility, or one that will encourage you to party in paradise.
Home to almost twenty island resorts, the Mamanuca Islands provide a range of accommodation and service experiences from simple, yet comfortable, to incredibly secure and luxurious retreats. You have found the treasure… the real Fiji, the Fiji Islands of the movies and the lost paradise featured in your vacation dreams.
Fun Fact: Pronounced “Mamanutha,” this island is home to more than a dozen resorts, and their proximity to Nadi International Airport allows quick and easy access.