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Dropped in the South Pacific are the stunning Fiji Islands. Some 330 unspoiled islands make up the archipelago, each promising you a quintessential beach holiday in its own unique way. Fiji has many four-star hotels in a range of beautiful locations so you can choose from laid-back beach breaks on remote islands, cosmopolitan city escapes and relaxing retreats away from the tourist crowds.
The larger islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu offer a livelier vibe with high-end restaurants, bars and shops. The capital Suva and the larger towns of Nadi and Lautoka are perfect to spend a few nights acclimatising after your flight and are easy bookend destinations to start or end your four-star stay in Fiji.
The islands are an exciting blend of colours and cultures with an interesting history and the region is famed for the warmth and friendliness of its people. To really immerse in the local culture, head for the outer islands. Besides lounging on picture-perfect white-sand beaches there, you can also visit local villages, swim alongside manta rays and even dive with sharks.
Taveuni Island has several exclusive spa resorts to tempt you, all temptingly close to mountain peaks and tropical jungle, free-flowing wild waterfalls and cooling plunge pools. Look further afield to the Bay of Islands for mushroom rocks that appear to hover over the water. Hire a kayak and explore, before donning a snorkel and fins to see what’s happening below the surface.
To make the most of your time in and around Fiji, plan a multi-stop stay and book four-star hotels to experience as many of the islands as you can. Several small ferries operate in the region and sell hop-on hop-off tickets so you can travel between islands with ease, or you can charter a private boat for each hop. Most four-star hotels in Fiji will be able to arrange tickets and transfers on your behalf so all you need to do is turn up and step aboard.