But if you prefer to leave the planning and coordination to someone else so that you can just sit back and enjoy the view, there are many great tour operators who offer fantastic sightseeing trips for the chance to see a wide range of what Fiji has to offer in one go. Alternatively, trips can be tailor-made if you’d prefer something a little more personal. Organised tours will often include trips that may otherwise be tricky to coordinate such as remote villages and unique outer islands. You’ll find a wide range of tours to suit your taste and budget; from eco to adventure, sightseeing to historical, cultural to culinary and everything in between. Where in Fiji will you explore?
The islands of Fiji are numerous – 333 of them (or thereabouts!). Exploring is relatively easy with a great range of transport options available to help you get around. Renting a car gives you the freedom to explore to your own timetable. With so much to see and do and beautiful coastal roads to drive along, this is a popular choice for many a visitor. If you like the idea of ‘making like a local’ and giving Fiji’s public transport system a try, local buses run continuously and you will even find some ‘road and sea’ options that include an interisland ferry ride. Taxis are cheap and reliable and can be hailed with a simple eyebrow raise – don’t believe that? Try it!
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5 Multi-day tours experiences
Cruise beyond the Yasawa Islands to the world heritage UNESCO listed Levuka on the island of Ovalau in the Lomaiviti group of islands. You’ll have the opportunity to explore this lovely town steeped...
Join Captain Cook Cruises for voyages of discovery across turquoise waters to unspoilt islands where the cool shade of swaying palms fan over white sand. Meet Fijians in traditional villages, schools...
From our private island of Tivua we voyage to Makogai Island, in the Lomaiviti group. Snorkel over giant clam gardens in this turtle sanctuary, you may even see a turtle, and be visited by the local...
Explore the Lautoka Fresh fruit and veg market and get a rundown on what the locals eat and how they cook. Not open on a Sunday. In Lautoka you can also visit the fish market next to the wharf. Not...