Cyclone damage from Cyclone
Although most of the
properties in Fiji received little or no damage as a result of
Cyclon Evan that affected the island at the end
of December 2012, a few did have some minor damage.
Below are the details of those hotels who will be
closed while effecting their repairs and carrying out other
scheduled improvements to their property :-
Closed until the 18th August
2013 - Malolo island Resort
All other Resorts and
properties have now re-opened as expected.
Advice issued 10 June
The island nation of Fiji lies in
the western Pacific Ocean, and covers an area of 18000 square
kilometres. In such a large area you will never have a feeling of
being crowded. It is a 3 hour 45 minute flight from Sydney or an 11
hour 30 minute flight from Los Angeles.
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.
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 tropical climate varies very
little throughout the year ranging between 74 and 80°F with year
round cooling sea breezes. The rainy season is in their summer,
which is October through March, with the greater chance of heavier
rainfalls from mid January to March. However, you would be very
unlucky to experience a period of extended rain, even during the
Please note that as from 1st
January 2011, the Fijian Government increased their added tax rates
up to 20%. Therefore, prices shown on our property pages
have been increased by an additional 4% to account for the