Bula! Meet some of the friendliest people on Earth while exploring the beautiful islands of Fiji.
Fiji is the ideal relaxation destination. Most travellers head to this tropical paradise after their Australia visit or New Zealand tour. These stunning islands situated in the South Pacific boast stunning beaches, palm tress and a laid back way of life.
We have a range of tours to suit any budget starting from Nadi which include multi-island visits, accommodation, activities and ferry transport.
Whether it's relaxing on the white sandy beaches, snorkeling or diving among the stunning reefs or expanding your mind with cultural activities, the paradise of Fiji awaits.
Each of our trips has two clear accommodation types, these are called 1 Coconut and 2 Coconut 1 Coconut being the most basic, up to the comfort style of 2 Coconut.
How does our Coconut rating system in Fiji work?
1 Coconut is our dorms and Bures (private doubles/twin). This accommodation is typically basic but usually in really beautiful locations at our resorts. Often these resorts do not have hot water, however; the local water supply is tepid. You will have a fan as opposed to air-conditioning. All these resorts are run by Yasawan Fijians who love hosting you and sharing their lives with you. Bring your own towel, soap, and other necessities. Meals are always included in the price at our 1 Coconut properties.
2 Coconut has dorms and Bures. These are our more modern properties with a higher standard of accommodation and amenities than the 1 coconut accommodation. Although more modern, the properties still have a strong Fijian flavor to make you feel welcome and immerse you in Fijian way of life. You could either have a fan or air-conditioning in your room and meals are included with optional upgrades. Look into a 1 coconut package if you are looking for somewhere more basic. All meals on 2 Coconut are an additional cost at the resort paid in FJD. So you will need to budget for this on your trip to Fiji.
Check out our great range of Fiji tours and island hopping packages.