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With infectious smiles and the friendliest “Bula!” from the cabin crew, you feel like you're part of a big Fijian family from the moment you step on board Fiji Airways. And it's no different once you arrive with plenty of Bulas from all and everyone!

For the perfect combination, try a few nights on the mainland before heading off to an island.

If you’re staying in Denarau, there's plenty to do and see! Garden of The Sleeping Giant (30min out of Nadi heading north towards Lautoka) has a fantastic array of plants and greenery for the avid gardener... or tourist. In Nadi Town, check out the local market with its luscious fresh produce, beautiful mangoes, pawpaws, taro and, of course, Kava. For something a little different, head to the local practicing Hindu temple to enjoy its brilliant bold coloured artworks & rich culture. And definitely visit a local village to purchase knickknacks from the locals & get a small glimpse into village life.

To unwind & relax in a funky island paradise, get yourself off to Malamala Beach Club with its amazing food and real party type atmosphere. Opt for the fun fast boat back for big sounds & smiles as big as the ocean.

For couples seeking an intimate island escape, Tokoriki Island is the perfect spot where you can be as social - or anti-social - as you like. Do try to get in on the 3pm pool volleyball game though as everyone gets pulled in for a fun and somewhat competitive game with lots of laughs and banter thrown around. Then it's cocktails at the swim up bar afterwards to either celebrate or commiserate - a great way to meet your fellow travellers!


Shearton Denarau, Sheraton Villas Denaru, The Westin

Sheraton Tokoriki – Tokoriki Island


Malamala Beach Club


Denarau Marina – Nando’s large pizza will easily feed a family of 5

Ed’s Bar – Nadi Town

Thai place on the corner - Nadi Town 10/15mins from Denarau

And when in Fiji, remember to relax, take it easy & soak up all that sunshine because, as the locals say, “Don’t worry, you’re on Fiji time now”.

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