There’s more to Fiji than meets the eye, leave the resort and discover more about this tropical paradise.
Meet the locals
Three of the world’s seven species of sea turtle can be found in Fiji, and all nest in the Mamanuca Islands. Visit a local turtle sanctuary between November and March to watch the nurturing of baby sea turtles.
Surf down sand dunes
Located at the mouth of the Sigatoka River, the Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park extends for several miles along the coast of Viti Levu with dunes reaching heights of 60m. Fiji’s first National Park, this is also an archaeological site where early settlements and remains of Lapita pottery dating back over 3,000 years have been uncovered.
Taveuni is an ocean and eco activity wonderland. There are a huge array of activities to choose from, from horse treks through the spectacular landscape to hikes to the top of a dormant volcano and visits to a 200 year old fortified village.