Tourism in Fiji is the leading economic activity of the island group. Australians form a large percentage of tourists and it is one of the most reliable markets to the region. The nature of Fiji is perfect for the Australian tourist. It is only a 3-5 hour flight from the East coast and with the value of the Australian dollar compared to the Fiji dollar; Fiji provides a true value for money location for the Aussie traveller.

Fiji encompasses more than just beaches and Hotels. If you look closely you will find a culture rich in traditions and multinational influences. It truly is a land where the people are as diverse as the landscape.  Read on to learn more about the intricacies of Fiji, the land and the people.



Fiji has some of the most magnificent marine life in the world - from the most colourful coral formations to a kaleidoscope of coral fish that you can explore either snorkelling, scuba diving or through a glass bottom boat designed especially for coral viewing.


The Tom Hanks' movie, Castaway, was made only an hour or so away by boat from the Denarau Golf Resort and is another beautiful island retreat that is uninhabited. Tours and cruises leave daily from Port Denarau. Choose a picnic lunch for two on a deserted island or join a cruise party and enjoy coral viewing, swimming, island hopping or a romantic sunset rendezvous on a luxury cruiser as you sail around the "jewels" of this island paradise.


Or take a scenic tour of the local attractions only minutes away from your Hotel with some extra retail therapy thrown in for good measure. There is plenty to see and do in between golfing and relaxation.


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