Luxury Fiji Holiday Packages

For Australians, Fiji presents the tropical island destination of our dreams. Warm, balmy days and nights, crystal clear water, beautiful corals and perfect sandy beaches fringed by coconut palms straight out of our imagination. 
Fiji and Australia have enjoyed a robust relationship for decades that has withstood the political ructions that often go on around the halls of power. We’re quick to respond when the now regular cyclones tear through the islands and above all, the bond between Australian and Fijian people is solid as a rock. 
Australians make up the biggest number of tourist arrivals by far, with that number expected to approach 400,000 in 2016. While most spend their time on the resort strip on Denarau Island, just down the road from the airport, plenty head out to the islands too. There are more than 300 of them, with barely one third inhabited. Exclusive Fiji resorts often occupy an entire island like in the Mamanuca and Yasawa group to the east of the main island, Viti Levu.
We cruise there, laze there, dance there and, most important of all, relax there. And with the vast range of resorts, hotels and activities for couples, solos and families, there’s plenty to keep sunseeking Aussies coming back again and again.
Take advantage of the latest offers available and book your Fiji holiday today. Call 1800 017 849 and speak with one of our experienced consultants or enquire online.


foodie bucket list feat

Like ticking off historic icons, adventurous foodies scour the globe in search of tantalising new flavours and culinary experiences.

Sheraton Tokoriki Resort feature

Fiji extended a warm welcome to me from the moment I arrived. As I entered the customs hall at Nadi International Airport, three ukulele players serenaded me, and this warmth continued throughout the trip.

Fijian carved masks, Fiji souvenir shopping

From native handicrafts, to rare black pearls, to tropical ‘Bula Shirts’, there’s a good chance that you’ll want to take home a suitcase filled with souvenirs and irresistible buys from Fiji. 

Fiji kava feature

I’m sitting cross-legged on the floor in a circle of people, as a smiling Fijian chief hands me half a coconut shell full of what looks like dirty dishwater.

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