Whenever you want is the best time to visit Fiji, as the weather tends to stay permanently warm throughout a year. You'll find two distinctive seasons all along 300 islands of the republic. Dry winter period from May through October brings pleasant temperatures and sunny days, ideal for swimming with manta rays and surfing. However, it comes with pricey accommodation and crowds of tourists at the beaches, especially from July to September. Winter is a true festival time so why not swing by Bula or Fire Walking festival. Typhoon season runs from November through April and is famous for its unmerciful humidity and heat with short storms. During summer, you can not only save a little fortune on flights and hotels but also taste Fijian traditional Lovo and Kokoda.
Hindu feel no pain walking barefoot across hot embers or coals because they know that it is the only way to cleanse one's self of physical and spiritual impurities
Watch the amorous games of Humpbacks and their calves that are born in the waters of Fiji
Experience a great Fijian spa, covered in the healing powers of mud from head to toe and relaxing in a hot spring!
This is one of those rare places in the world where you can swim with these majestic creatures!
This ascent to the top of an extinct volcano will be an unforgettable adventure
Soursop is a tropical fruit, a source of vitamins, and a ruthless cancer fighter!
Some travellers prefer outdoor pursuits and visiting the magic tropic spot of Fiji—Taveuni
There is one more option for thrills in Fiji—try out bilibili rafting!
An amazing experience to find out how ancient tribes hid in a cave from their enemies, and eventually cooked them for a dinner
The ceremony is as important as the drink itself, just mind not to overdo it—this pepper roots tea has strong anaesthetic properties
There are no real trodden paths on the dunes and it’s hard to hike up but worth the effort
This natural waterslide in the tropics is a great fun
The breathtaking panoramas of the Nausori Highlands greet you!
Passionfruit with its pleasant aftertaste and crunching seeds is sure to delight!
Jean Michel Cousteau called Fiji the “soft coral capital of the world” for a reason
Fiji has two surf seasons—one for advanced surfers, and the other one for the less experienced surfers
Big schools of tuna inhabit the reefs making game-fishing more exciting
"Hello" everybody, Bula Festival in Nadi means a week of fun
Try this traditional Christmas dish in Fiji
Try exotic guava, a green fruit similar to an apple
A great occasion to wake up in the middle of the night and catch a marine delicacy
Thousands of stunning pearls grow happily in their oyster shells
As the name indicates, the plant with the blossoms bears fruit, poisonous to fish
This is a very interesting tradition in Fiji similar to the Catholic and Orthodox carolling season
Active during the day, looking for food and basking, Fiji banded iguanas hide in the treetops at night
Known as the national bird of Fiji, collared lories are very playful species of parrots
If you are an avid angler, go fishing for barracuda; if you are a fish gourmet, try the most popular dish of this fish on the island
Wrapped in leaves and baked in hot ashes, the fruit turns into something like an aromatic loaf of bread
Enjoy traditional Fijian raw fish salad "Kokoda" when fresh fish is available