There’s a lot to do in Fiji, and if you’re an adrenaline junkie, you’re in for a great surprise.
From its Glittering Coral Reefs and White Sand Beaches, to Mythical Mountains and Rainforests, Fiji Offers Some of the Best Photography Opportunities in the South Pacific.
Fiji is widely known for its incredible clear water, white sand beaches and island life. However this small island nation nestled in the South Pacific is more than just an island paradise, instead boasting a rich and vibrant history and a friendly, relaxed culture. Hidden treasures are found throughout in the form of little restaurants, welcoming families and private islands, but to get a good feel for what to expect, here are four key facts you may not have known about Fiji.
What to do in Taveuni? Well, some say this is a trick question. Here's the advice most locals and fellow holidaymakers will give you.
Fiji may be famous for its rugged landscapes, palm-lined beaches, coral reefs and crystal clear lagoons, but there’s more to this archipelago than what you see in the tourist brochures.
Everyone that joins us for a cruise around Fiji’s beautiful islands would certainly agree that our islands and the seas we sail through are worth looking after. We’re pretty proud of our efforts to operate sustainably and to look after the beautiful Fiji environment we cruise through. Recently we’ve stepped things up a bit with the appointment of a Captain Cook Cruises Fiji Ocean Ambassador.
Taveuni is Fiji’s third largest island. Known as the “Garden Island” or “Mystery Island”, it receives frequent rainfall resulting in lush, exotic scenery. The Bouma National Park, located on the Eastern side of the island, was established in 1990 and is designed to protect the rainforest region of this magnificent island paradise.
Clear waters, bright coral gardens, pristine beaches and lagoons – sound like the holiday you’re dreaming of? The Mamanuca Islands are renowned for such natural beauty and have even been the scenery of choice for films like Tom Hanks’ Cast Away.
With it’s team of Marine Biologists and Ocean Ambassador programs Captain Cook Cruises have been pioneering conservation and marine science activities and education in Fiji through their 3 – 11 night cruises on Reef Endeavour and Day Cruises to Tivua Island.
Until recently, scuba diving didn’t even exist! However, thanks to the advances of technology and an improved knowledge about diving, scuba is safer and more accessible than ever. Keep reading to learn more about this exciting sport, and learn about why Fiji is an amazing place to give it a go.
Fiji also offers plenty to see and do – so much so that it can seem overwhelming! That’s why we’ve chosen 8 of the destinations that should be on the top of your list.