In the movie Cast Away, Tom Hanks washes up on a desert island with palm-lined white sands and dazzling blue waters. The island in question was Monuriki in Fiji - a gloriously beautiful place to be stranded. The tiny blip in the South Pacific is one of the 300+ islands that make up the archipelago of Fiji.
In this tropical idyll, life under water rivals life above ground. The beaches are the stuff of postcards, but further inland, lush rainforests and national parks carpet the islands. Rugged hiking trails crisscross the northern islands of Vanua Levu and Taveuni, filled with exotic bird life and remote countryside scenes. Off the coast of the Mamanucas and Yasawa Islands lie some of the most vibrant reefs and tranquil lagoons in the Pacific. Here, the waterscape bursts with life: thriving corals and manta rays, sea turtles and over a 1000 species of underwater creatures inhabit these parts.
We’ll take you from sleek resorts to remote sandbanks, rustic villages to glorious dive sites. Say Bula to Fiji!