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Fiji Honeymoon Travel Guide

With its friendly ‘bula’ charm, sugar-white beaches, warm tropical breezes and intimate beach resorts specialising in honeymoon packages, the islands of Fiji are a long-time favourite with honeymoon couples.

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Yasawa Island Resort, Fiji
Yasawa Island Fiji – Image courtesy of Yasawa Island Resort and Spa, Fiji

Introducing Fiji

Fiji offers a choice of more than 300 sun-kissed tropical islands scattered across several island groups, with an exceptional range of beach resorts and outdoor activities for adventurous honeymoon couples.


Scuba diving Taveuni Island, Fiji

What to do and see in Fiji

Relax on the beach and do nothing at all or enjoy a range of activities, such as white-water rafting through tropical rainforest in the lush highlands of Viti Levu; snorkelling offshore reefs in the Mamanuca Islands; exploring on horseback the hilly grassland peaks of the Yasawa Islands; or scuba diving Kadavu Island’s world-famous Great Astrolabe Reef.

Hike scenic trails looking out for native birdlife in the unspoiled rainforest of Bouma National Heritage Park on Fiji's ‘garden isle’ of Taveuni or surf waves at Frigate Passage on Beqa Island.


The Mamanuca Islands

Blessed with year-round sunshine, calm seas, gentle breezes and just a short boat ride from Nadi, the Mamanuca Islands are perfect for a relaxing or active honeymoon.

With a mix of tiny flat atolls and mostly small, hilly islands covered by grassy ridges and indented with gorgeous powder-white beaches that edge turquoise lagoons, the 23 islands of the Mamanuca Group are famous for capturing the essence of Fiji and the hearts of couples wanting an idyllic beach honeymoon.

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Castaway Island, Fiji
Castaway Island

Malolo Island, Fiji
Malolo Island

Matamanoa Island, FijiMatamanoa Is.

Tokoriki Island, Fiji
Tokoriki Island

Treasure Island, Fiji
Treasure Island

Mana Island, Fiji
Mana Island

Malolo Lailai Island, FijiMalolo Lailai

Vomo Island, Fiji
Vomo Island


The Yasawa Islands

The Yasawa Islands are a chain of volcanic sun-kissed islands famous for crystal clear lagoons and gorgeous beaches.

Discover more than 20 sun-kissed islands, home to a choice of luxury beach resorts and gorgeous sugar-white beaches lapped by tranquil reef-fringed lagoons – perfect for honeymoon couples who want to sunbathe, swim, snorkel or scuba dive.

Lying just north of the Mamanuca Islands, the Yasawa Islands stretch for 80km along the north west coast of Viti Levu.

More about the Yasawa Island

Yasawa Island, Fiji
Yasawa Island

Turtle Island, Fiji
Turtle Island

Nacula Island, Fiji
Nacula Island

Nanuya Island, Fiji
Nanuya Island

Naviti Island, Fiji
Naviti Island

Waya Island, Fiji
Waya Island


Taveuni and the Northern Islands

Often referred to as the ‘Garden Island’ of Fiji, Taveuni is famous for its lush rainforest and idyllic sugar-white beaches that front a choice of beach resorts. Nearby lie the smaller islands of Matangi and Qamea.

Renowned for eco-tourism, the islands of Vanua Levu, Taveuni and several smaller islets lie north of Viti Levu, and are ideal for honeymoon couples who enjoy scenic walks and bird watching. Often referred to as the ‘Garden Island’ of Fiji, Taveuni is famous for its lush rainforest and idyllic sugar-white beaches.

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Taveuni Island, Fiji
Taveuni Island

Matangi Island, Fiji
Matangi Island

Qamea Island, Fiji
Qamea Island

 

Viti Levu

Viti Levu

Although the coastline of Viti Levu is scattered with many fine beaches, Fiji’s main island is better known for alternative beachside activities centred along the southern coast around Pacific Harbour, a 45-minute drive from the capital, Suva.

From the ‘Adventure Capital of Fiji', honeymoon couples can easily explore the mountains and lush tropical wilderness of Fiji’s interior: hike the rolling grasslands of the Nausori Highlands, raft or kayak the tumbling Navua and Luva rivers and learn about traditional Fijian culture at the Fijian Arts Village.

Read more about Viti Levu . . .


Kadavu Island

Kadavu and the Southern Islands


The Southern Islands – located to the south of Viti Levu – offer a range of activities for the adventurous honeymoon couple: Kadavu Island is home to scenic hiking trails and the world famous diving spot of Great Astrolabe Reef; Beqa Island is renowned for Fijian firewalkers as well as scuba diving, snorkeling and surfing at Frigate Passage; while Vatulele Island is famous for some of Fiji’s best beaches, limestone caves and ancient rock paintings.

Read more about Kadavu and the Southern Islands


Where to stay in Fiji

Choose a luxury European-style hotel room or play ‘Robinson Crusoe’ in a thatched-roof bure facing a sugar-white beach, with a range of creature comforts just a short walk away.

Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travellers have to say about hotel accommodation in Fiji at TripAdvisor.


Best time to honeymoon in Fiji

The best months to honeymoon in Fiji are the dry season months between May and October, when the weather is generally dry and sunny with temperatures ranging from a low of 20°C to a high of 29°C.

The wet season is characterised by brief but heavy showers from November to April with temperatures ranging from 22°C to 31°C.

For more climate info: Fiji Weather Guide


Getting there

Fiji is located in the South Pacific, 3000km east of Australia.

Air Pacific and Virgin Australia Airlines operate daily flights from Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney to Nadi International Airport.

Read more about how to get to Fiji


Latest update Fiji honeymoon destination: 7 February, 2017


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