Bula! Welcome to Fiji
It’s white sanded picture-perfect beaches, islands surrounded by azure seas and mountainous regions covered in forests where thatched hut villages are hidden are what you dream of when you think of a remote Pacific Island. And the smiling, welcoming locals are what bring people back again and again to this slice of paradise.
Fiji is full of unique and interesting art, from pottery to weaving to woodcarving. Discover what makes art in Fiji so important, and take in its beauty.
Explore the great beauty and passion of life in Fiji with these glorious portraits and photographs from travel photographer David Kirkland.
From ziplining through forests to kayaking, waterfall chasing and everything exciting in between, we’ve rounded up the best things to do in Fiji with kids.
Home to Fiji’s international airport, Nadi has grown in popularity over recent years thanks to its stunning, sandy beaches, crystal clear water and friendly locals.
Experience authentic village life and kava ceremonies, rivers flowing through the jungle and magnificent sand dunes on the Coral Coast.
Fiji is an adventure playground for scuba divers, and it’s famous mainly for two things: shark dives and the Rainbow Reef.
Tokoriki Island Resort in the Mamanuca Islands is a piece of paradise right on Australia’s doorstep, and it’s also the epitome of laidback barefoot luxury.