Fiji Island Vacation Ideas
Fiji Island Vacation Ideas #1:
Vatulele Island Resort, is one of Fiji’s top resorts. This is an all-inclusive Fiji vacation resort with a limit of 19 couples. Great for romantic getaway. Vatulele Island Resort is regarded as one of the best casual luxury resorts in the world. It is surrounded by a coral reef making it a top destination for scuba diving.
The bures are close to the beach yet set apart in the jungle affording maximum privacy. Luxury Travel has called Vatulele Island Resort one of the "world’s ultimate hotels".
Fiji Island Vacation Ideas #2:
Blue Lagoon Cruises has a fleet of five boutique cruise ships and 50 years experience cruising the Fijian Islands. They cater to the needs of families and groups.
They have a "Cruise in Luxury - Dive in Paradise" 7-day cruise designed specifically for the recreational diver and partner with up to l5 dives.
Their historic and cultural cruises provide a rare opportunity to experience the Melanesian, Micronesian and Polynesian cultures. The Gold Club cruise features the Lagoon Spa with traditional Fijian massage and treatments for relaxation and indulgence.
Fiji Island Vacation Ideas #3:
Taveuni, Fiji is known as The Flower Island. Its friendly population of 12,000 lives mostly in traditional Fijian villages.
There are hundreds of waterfalls throughout the lush tropical forest and deserted sparkling white beaches.
For your vacation accommodations there is everything from backpacker hostels and excellent bungalows to top boutique resorts.
The Maravu Plantation & Beach Resort has beautiful well-appointed Bures decorated with Fijian artwork and paintings. Taveuni Adventures offers tours for eco-adventure, diving, fishing and they can arrange for a variety of traditional village homestays for those who want to experience traditional Fijian life.
Fiji Island #4:
Turtle Island is a privately owned island that caters to couples who want privacy. This is a once-in-a-lifetime romantic vacation spot that gives new meaning to the word "all-inclusive".
It was named one of the three finalists in the Hotel & Resorts category of the World Legacy Tourism Awards. There are 14 beautiful beaches with 8 of them available for private picnics. Up to 14 couples are accommodated at a time in the comfortable, two-room, Fijian built cottages.
Fiji Island Vacation Ideas #5:
One of the most famous vacation destinations in the South Pacific is Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort. This award-winning, five-star Fiji Island getaway spot is on the island of Vanua Levu, the second largest of the Fiji islands. The resort is a favorite with honeymooners and couples looking for a romantic getaway.
Here you will find a wide range of eco-friendly activities including scuba diving. They even have a full-time marine biologist on staff to help guests fully appreciate and enjoy the Fiji’s incredible underwater world.
Fiji Island #6:
The Yasawa Islands are perfect if you really want a laid back vacation where you can relax and explore this beautiful part of the world. Awesome Adventures Fiji is an experienced cruise operator who can put together trips and cruises to Yasawa Islands.
They have a variety of cruise adventures that feature things like snorkeling, water sports, swimming, a traditional Fijian village visit and Kava ceremony. Or a boat trip to the Sawailau Caves with their awesome underwater caverns. Visit the local villages or picnic on a deserted beach.
Fiji Island Vacation Ideas #7:
Beqa Island, Fiji, is surrounded by one of the world’s largest barrier reefs.
The only hotel is The Marlin Bay Resort with some of the very best diving and snorkeling spots in the Pacific just minutes away.
Game fisherman can catch Black Marlin, Blue Marlin, Wahoo and Spanish Mackerel. Beqa Island is the home of Fiji's Firewalkers.
Bird watching, kayaking, hiking, river rafting are all at your fingertips. Or you can just relax in a hammock and enjoy the peaceful tropical breeze.
Fiji Island #8:
Fiji’s Taveuni Island is known as the Garden Island because of the large abundance of plant life. This is also an island of many beautiful waterfalls and pure clean beaches.
Two world famous diving sites are the 20-mile-long Rainbow Reef and the Great White Wall. At Waitabu Village, which is part of Bouma National Park you can snorkel in the protected marine reserve.
Fiji Island Vacation Ideas #9:
Horseshoe Bay Beach is the highlight of the 240-acre Matangi Island in Fiji. The submerged core of an ancient volcano forms the bay and here you will find the most beautiful beaches in Fiji.
This is the place for an intimate island vacation. The only place to stay here is in one of the fourteen bungalows of the small luxury Matangi Island Resort.
Fiji Island Vacation Ideas #10:
Wakaya Club - Have a luxury Fiji vacation at the Wakaya Club on the privately owned island of Wakaya. This is a completely unspoiled paradise where you can relax in luxurious comfort while surrounded with the timeless beauty and culture of Fiji. Enjoy native songfests and weekly indigenous dances, swim at the private beach, snorkel, fish or play tennis and golf.
Fiji Island Vacation Ideas #11:
Moody’s Namena is an exclusive resort on Namenalala Island, Fiji. This private island is perfect for scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing or honeymoon vacations. The resort is owned and operated by Tom and Joan Moody. Only 10 acres of the island is used for the resort, the rest is allowed to stay in its pristine natural condition. You can really commune with nature at Moody’s Namena Resort.
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Fiji Island Vacation Ideas #12:
Vatulele Island Resort is considered by many to be Fiji's top resort. Located on Vatulele Island, this Fiji getaway was designed for plenty of pampering and socializing but no TVs, telephones or newspapers. Visit nearby native villages, go for a jungle hike, scuba dice, snorkel or stretch out on the three-quarter mile long white sand beach. Here is the ultimate "bare-foot" luxury resort.
Fiji Island Vacation Ideas #13:
Yasawa Island Lodge consists of just 18 thatched bungalows nestled among the palm trees of Yasawa Island. With 11 deserted beaches, this isolated Pacific island resort offers complete privacy for that perfect honeymoon or intimate romantic getaway. Nearby is the Blue Lagoon Cave made famous in the movie Blue Lagoon. The restaurant specializes in seafood with the local lobster being a favorite
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