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Here is a round up of our favourite 11 things to do things in Fiji…

1. Swim with Manta rays – get up close to these magnificent ocean giants at Kokomo

2. Eat Kokoda – a delicious take on the classic ceviche dish, Fiji style!

3. Hang Ten on the surf of all surfs in Fiji… Cloudbreak


4. Eat delicious pizza, drink cocktails and soak up the chilled Fiji vibe at two-storey floating platform, Cloud 9 in the Mamanucas

Mamanuca Islands

5. Immerse yourself in the Fiji culture and take time to get the know the incredibly friendly and famously happy, smiling locals

6. Take part in a Kava ceremony – not to be confused with the sparkling Spanish wine, this kava is a must-try Fijian drink with sedating effects!

kava ceremony

7. Savour the wonderful flavours of a traditional lovo – succulent food cooked in the ground in an underground oven

8. Visit Monuriki, the beautiful Mamanucan island where Tom Hanks was famously castaway

9. Be exhilarated speeding down the Waitavala natural water slide on Taveuni island


10. Go rafting, zip lining, trekking and quad biking along Fiji’s action-packed south coast


11. Divers rejoice! Get off the beaten track and visit the remote Northern islands for world-class diving amongst pristine reefs. Known as the Soft Coral Capital of the World, the waters around Taveuni and Vanua Levu are unmissable, with the Rainbow Reef a highlight for expert divers and novices.


Feeling inspired? Get in touch today to start planning your very own Fijian adventure!

Suzy Higgs
Written by Suzy Higgs
My love of travelling the world began at the age of 8 when I took my first long haul flight to Florida.  I loved everything that the Sunshine State had to offer, especially Disney World!  Ever since then, the appeal of getting on a plane and heading somewhere new and exciting has stayed with me. After leaving University, I worked and travelled my way around Australia and New Zealand for two years, experiencing so many of the amazing sights and activities that these two wonderful countries have to offer.  One place I was drawn back to time and again was Queenstown in New Zealand’s stunning South Island. This little town has something for everyone – from adrenaline activities to great bars and restaurants and from fabulous wineries to scenery that will stay with you forever. My other adventures have included an epic journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway from Moscow to Beijing; a four-month odyssey through South America; a ‘Thelma & Louise’ drive across the USA; getting up close and personal with wild animals on an African safari; braving the trains in Rajasthan; driving along South Africa’s infamous Garden Route and lazing on the beaches of the Seychelles, the Maldives, Mauritius, Tahiti and Fiji (with a marriage proposal thrown in, and accepted!) Now, with two small children, my travel opportunities have tailed off but I’m looking forward to more holidays as a family.