Fiji

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The island nation of Fiji lies in the Western Pacific Ocean, and covers an area of 18,000 square kilometres. In such a large area you will rarely have a feeling of being crowded.  Nadi (pronounced Nandi) International Airport is a 3 hour 45 minute flight from Sydney, 3 hour flight from Auckland, 10 hour flight from Seoul or an 11 hour 30 minute flight from Los Angeles.  If departing from the UK, the main routing would be via LA or the Middle or Far East (Seoul, Singapore, Dubai etc) depending on price, availability and your route or stopover preference.   On arrival, if you wish, you can pay for VIP Express Immigration clearance, where you are met at the aircraft and escorted all the way through VIP channels to the arrivals hall.  We would normally say that the airport is small enough this is not normally required, unless you want the VIP treatment, or a number of flights are arriving all at once.  Contact us for more information.

 

NB. Pacific Island Air, who operate inter-island flights and resort transfers, have amended their  baggage allowances, now allowing 20kg per person on fixed wing aircraft and 15kg on helicopters.  If clients have return flights or transfers booked, excess charges will be applied accordingly for both sectors. Excess baggage rates are FJD10 (approx £3.60) per kg.  Normal baggage safety and security restrictions still apply.

 

Fiji is made up of over 300 individual islands, of which approximately forty have accommodation available for visitors to stay at. The main island is Viti Levu, where the nation's capital, Suva, is situated, but the most beautiful resorts are found on some of the smaller outer islands, including the Mamanuca Islands, Yasawa Islands, Taveuni, Vatulele or Royal Davui Islands.

 

For the active, Fiji offers a wide range of activities including Golf, Tennis, Fishing, Scuba diving, Sailing, Horse riding/trekking and hiking. Fiji's unspoiled natural beauty, mixed with it's tranquillity and relaxed atmosphere, will fulfil your every romantic notion. The islands 300 species of native Orchids stand as proof of Fiji's unspoiled environment, Fiji is an idyllic destination, Fiji is paradise!

 

Fiji's 35th Annual Regatta.   If you are planning a trip to Fiji during September 2018, you might be lucky to coincide your trip with the annual 35th Fiji Regatta, which takes place 7th-12th September 2018.  Based around Malolo Lailai Island, Coral Cay Island and the Musket Cove Resort, this fun regatta's mantra is 'Sail by day, Party by night', and has many fun sailing, watersports, and social events, to which everyone is invited, sailors or not!

 

Please note: We are constantly updating the prices shown on this website, but due to volatility of the currency exchange markets at the moment with the UK Sterling rate, prices may vary from those shown.  If you wish to confirm any prices shown here, please contact us directly.

 

Click HERE to see the UK Foreign Office's latest advice for visitors travelling to Fiji


An introduction to the different islands
Viti Levu

Viti Levu

Viti Levu is Fiji's main island and is the location of the nation's capital Suva, which is situated on the eastern side of the island. Although an interesting town to visit, we would not recommend it for those clients looking for a relaxing holiday in the sun.

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Mamanuca Island Group

Mamanuca Island Group

Mamanuca consists of 13 islands in all, not counting those covered by the Pacific at high tide and they all share in common pristine white sandy beaches, waving palms, crystal blue waters and, at night, the cooling influence of the trade winds.

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 Yasawa Islands

Yasawa Islands

Fiji's Yasawa Island group lie to the north, northwest of the main island of Viti Levu. The Yasawa islands are home to two of Fiji's best inclusive resorts: Turtle island resort and Yasawa island resort. The Yasawas islands are one of Fiji's less developed areas, and in our opinion all the better for it.

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Vanua Levu

Vanua Levu

Vanua Levu (Great Land of the People) is the second largest of Fiji's 333 islands and seldom visited by travelers. However, Vanua Levu has a lot to offer and a good base for the more adventurous who want to discover the 'real' Fiji, away from the tourist resorts of Viti Levu.

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 Taveuni

Taveuni

Taveuni is Fiji's third largest island lying northeast of Nadi, and just a short sixty-minute flight away. The island is home to the official sight of the international dateline. The island is a high tropical one with rainforests and waterfalls, it offers some very lovely hikes and walks for the adventurous.

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Royal Davui Island

Royal Davui Island

Royal Davui Island Resort is an exclusive adults-only sanctuary situated in Fiji's spectacular Beqa Lagoon.

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 Vatulele Island

Vatulele Island

Vatulele Island is a 30-minute seaplane flight south of Nadi. Vatulele Island Resort is currently closed and at present, we have no further information about whether is will ever re-open as a trading resort.

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Transpacific's recommended Fiji Cruises
Blue Lagoon Cruises

Blue Lagoon Cruises

Blue Lagoon luxury cruises depart from Lautoka Wharf to explore the Yasawa Islands, some of the most beautiful island in the South Pacific.

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