Close to the International Date Line in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the white-sand beaches and turquoise-blue waters of the Fijian Islands are not only the stuff of which dreams are made, but their intimate island resorts are world-class.
"A lively crucible of cultures, Fiji has welcomed tourists for decades with something for everyone. "
It’s all a real treat for the senses. The dive sites are amongst the best in the world, with soft corals, incredible sea life and shipwrecks to explore. There are hills to climb for stunning views, waterfalls to cool off in, several national parks, nature reserves, rafting trips, and the lovo feasts – communal dances and kava-drinking ceremonies of traditional Fijian villages.
But it’s not just above ground where the senses are sated. Fiji’s underwater scenery is spectacular, with wide banks of coral around most islands providing some of the globe’s most accessible and stunning dives. There’s a reason why many refer to these islands as the ‘soft coral capital of the world’.