Tourism in Fiji
Beaches and Resorts

Fiji is the most developed island state in Oceania in terms of tourism. More than 300 islands are capturing the imagination, about 100 islands are inhabited by people, the rest are uninhabited. The Fiji Islands are endowed with beautiful scenery, warm and sandy beaches, cool high mountains with friendly people and their traditional life, art, folklore and fascinating lifestyle. The bulk of tourists come from Australia, followed by tourists from New Zealand, USA, Canada, Europe and the UK, the Asian region, including Japan. With the development of tourism, Fiji has created a large duty-free industry. Duty free shopping malls can be found in the cities, towns and international airports of Nadi and Nausori. For the perfect vacation, Fiji's tourism industry provides many affordable places to stay, from hostels to 5-star luxury hotels.
The main islands are Viti Levu (with cities of Suva, Lautoka, Nadi, Sigatoka), Vanua Levu (Savusavu), Ovalau (Levuka), Mamanuka and Yasawa, Denarau Island, Vatulele, Wakaya, Vomo.
The best resorts in Fiji (according to Tripadvisor traveler’s ranking 2021)

Tourism in Fiji
Things to do in Fiji
The main attractions of Fiji

1. Polynesian cultural center on Orchid Island (Suva).
2. Temple of Swami-Shiva-Shri-Subramania (Nadi).
3. Fiji Museum (Suva).
4. The country's first Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park (Sigatoka).
5. The colorful village of Lovoni, located in a volcanic crater (Levuka).
10 things to do in Fiji
1. Visit Levuka, Fiji's first World Heritage Site.
2. Visit the International Date line in Taveuni.
3. Adventure hike to Lake Tagimoucia and see Fiji’s national flower Tagimoucia.
4. Design your own UGG Fiji boots.
5. Enjoy “lovo”.
6. Witness fire-walking ceremony.
7. Enjoy “Meke” dances and songs.
8. Experience kava ceremony.
9. Play golf in championship golf course at affordable cost.
10. Experience Indian culture in the center of the Pacific.
Vacation on a yacht
Yacht charters on the main routes - the Mamanuka/Yasawa Islands chain (departing from Cape Musket, Nadi and Lautoka), the Lomaiviti group (departing from Suva) and the Northern Islands (departing from Savusavu), must be organized under the guidance of a local skipper who is familiar with the reefs and weather conditions in Fiji.
Remote beaches, secluded coves and visits to traditional fishing villages are the main attractions of all areas. When visiting the island, even if you just want to spend a day on the beach, you need to get permission from the chief of the local village. Permit must also be obtained at the main port of call when visiting the outer groups of the Yasawa, Lomaiviti or Lau Islands.
Useful links
Ministry of commerce, trade, tourism and transport -
Tourism Fiji -
Fiji Travel Website -
191167, Russia, Saint Petersburg. Sinopskaya embankment, house 30-B, office 2
+7 (812) 425 18 20
+7 (981) 930 09 26
The office of the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Fiji in Saint Petersburg
The Embassy of the Republic of Fiji in Japan
NOA Building 14F, 2-3-5 Azabudai, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0041, JAPAN.
Tel.: 81 3-3587-2038
The Embassy of the Republic of Fiji in Japan