The Best Historic Sites and Villages on the Fiji Islands

Endless Opportunities for Fiji Vacations

Visit historic sites and villages, see movie locations, and have the time of your life by booking all inclusive Fiji vacations.

Whether guests arrive in Fiji for the incredible beaches, beautiful scenery or year long great weather, all inclusive Fiji vacations offer a wide range of accommodation options. Choose conventional 4 or 5 star hotel resorts with a host of amenities designed to pamper visitors. These large city accommodations also typically lie close to public transportation, city attractions and entertaining nightlife venues. Getting around the island simply requires renting a car, a bike or using convenient bus and taxi services. Plan a romantic getaway and opt for traditional remote island cottages. Enjoy private beachfront property for lying in the sand or leisurely sunset strolls. Bask in the ambiance of a quiet dinner for two on the lanai, served by house staff. Budget minded travelers find economic hotels, hostels and campgrounds.

The miles and miles of great beaches along the coast of the islands, combined with transparent turquoise waters, provide the perfect opportunity for Fiji vacation packages revolving around any number of water sports. Canoe or kayak in the calm waters while observing dolphins at play. Guests regularly enjoy swimming and snorkeling, which brings visitors face to face with a wide variety of hard, and soft coral. Vast numbers of brightly colored species of marine life make their home here. Learn scuba diving, acquire certification and take guided exploration tours of the amazing Rainbow Reef, the Great Astrolabe Reef, or visit a local shipwreck.

On the main island of Vita Levu, guests staying in Nadi have the opportunity of touring the Sri Siva Subramaniya, the largest Hindu temple in the southern hemisphere. The elaborately detailed structure features a combination of ancient Dravidian and Vasta Vedic architecture. Outside Nadi, in the foothills of the Nausori Highlands, visitors often travel to the Navala Village where residents live in eco-friendly cottages. Residing here for over two centuries, the villagers construct their homes using bamboo and other natural resources.

Beyond the village lies the Garden of the Sleeping Giants. Originated by actor Raymond Burr, the gardens encompass over 49 acres (20 hectares) and contain over 2,000 different species of orchids. The location also features the actor’s resort home. The Fiji islands boast six separate National Parks where guests often stroll along picturesque trails. The Boumd National Park on Taveuni covers over 30,000 acres (15,000 hectares) and paths take visitors along the edge of the forest to secluded beach coves and the magnificent Tavoro Falls.

Island hopping is another favorite pastime. Enjoy a chartered cruise to the island of Monuriki, the location used for filming “Castaway” with Tom Hanks. Many also venture to Turtle Island, exploring the beach and caves used for the movie “Blue Lagoon” starring Brooke Shields. Villagers on the islands welcome guests. Be a guest at a yaqona ceremony or attend a traditional feast featuring traditional music and dance.