Fiji

Fiji

The South Pacific is filled with beautiful coral reefs that butt up to silky sandy beaches lined with coconut palms that give way to the lushest, most verdant green hills – not to mention a waterfall or two. Fiji is where this kind of magical sounding landscape is a reality, made even more wondrous by the genuinely warm, smiling, and friendly locals making it a top honeymoon destination.

Discover The Islands

In Fiji the culture is pervasive, allowing you to experience local traditions while enjoying the sunshine and relaxation. No matter what type of getaway you’re searching for, there’s a spot for romance that speaks to every type of couple that can be found in the magical islands of Fiji.

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Why Visit Fiji

Why Visit Fiji

One of the most developed countries in the South Pacific, yet with only a third of her islands inhabited, Fiji is a unique, English-speaking, destination. The country is able to offer honeymooners the comforts and activities they want - such as upscale resorts,...

Fiji Weddings

Fiji Weddings

There are hundreds of beaches to be wed on in Fiji! More than a dozen resorts in Fiji offer the option of a beachside wedding – or renewing your vows – in a traditional Fijian ceremony. Unlike Tahiti, weddings are legally recognized here too…so you don’t have to worry...

Fiji FAQ

Fiji FAQ

Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about Fiji's islands. For other need-to-know facts, check out our important info page. How many islands are in Fiji? There are more than 300 islands that make up Fiji. However, only a third of them are inhabited. How...

Fiji – Travel & Transportation

Fiji – Travel & Transportation

Getting to Fiji is easy - more than 90% of honeymooners arrive via plane into Nadi, located on the main island of Viti Levu. Getting around Fiji once you've landed isn't any harder! Most resorts are located away from the main island, in secluded areas, so plan on an...

Best Time to Go To Fiji

Best Time to Go To Fiji

Fiji is a tropical paradise - with weather to match! This luscious country is blessed with natural beauty both on the land and under the water. Best time of year to go to Fiji If you're coming from North America, you should try to set out between late April to early...

Fiji Activities & Attractions

Fiji Activities & Attractions

Activities on and around Vanua Levu Savusavu and Natewa Bays: Savusavu is a rapidly developing town that serves as the port of call for the Northern Islands. Its bay is spectacularly beautiful and crowds gather to watch the ships pull in over the shimmering water. Wai...

Common Fijian Words

Common Fijian Words

English is the official language in Fiji and almost everyone speaks it - especially in the cities and tourist areas. However, a majority also speak Fijian as well, and terms and phrases may be used interchangeably. Although learning Fijian is not necessary for easy...

Fiji – History & Culture

Fiji – History & Culture

With a history that stretches back 3,500 years, it's no surprise that Fijians have created a distinct culture that uniquely blends Polynesian heritage and Indian influences with former British rule. As a result of her varied influences, the official languages in Fiji...

Fiji Restaurants & Lodging -Mamanuca Islands

Fiji Restaurants & Lodging -Mamanuca Islands

The island chain closest to Nadi, there is a wide selection of resorts on the Mamanucas, catering in every budget. Accommodation on Mamanuca Islands Navini Island Resort: At this intimate resort, you can encircle the entire island in a ten minute walk. Each of the ten...

Fiji – Viti Levu

Fiji – Viti Levu

Although you might not know the name ‘Viti Levu’, chances are you’ve heard of its international airport, Nadi (pronounced Nan-di), or capital, Suva. The two cities are four hours apart by bus…but only 30 minutes by air. The largest island in the country, it is also...

Fiji Restaurants & Lodging – Viti Levu

Fiji Restaurants & Lodging – Viti Levu

The remoteness of the resorts on Viti Levu means that finding stand-alone restaurants outside of large towns can be difficult! The best dining options in Nadi are around Denarau Island, with Indian curries and Asian dishes being the most common. For a slice of...

Fiji – Outer Islands

Fiji – Outer Islands

The soft coral of the Astrolabe Reef in Fiji Of the ‘Outer Islands’, the twenty belonging to the Yasawa Islands are the most famous. Not long ago, a special permit was required to visit these beautiful beaches. A majority of the tiny islands are close together – so...

Fiji Restaurants & Lodging – Outer Islands

Fiji Restaurants & Lodging – Outer Islands

Although there are no free-standing restaurants in the Yasawa Islands, every resort offers dining opportunities or meal plans. The food tends to be of the highest gourmet quality to match the impressive views! Note that most resorts in the Yasawas only offer meals to...

Fiji – Northern Islands

Fiji – Northern Islands

The second and third largest islands in Fiji can be found in the Northern Islands. Vanua Levu, Taveuni and a number of smaller islands provide fantastic diving, fishing and relaxing opportunities for guests in a small resort atmosphere. Due to their intimate size,...

The Big Day Registry

Design your custom wedding registry

Design your custom wedding registry from ideas we’ve showcased or include your personalized honeymoon wishes.