Taveuni is Fiji’s third largest island, with 80% of the land protected by the Bouma National Heritage Park. Explore pristine rainforest; discover one of three waterfalls and swimming pools; and see diverse tropical flowers. Another point of interest is the 180th Meridian International Dateline, which used to run through the island – splitting one side into today, and the other into tomorrow.
Stay on a private island
Enjoy pure seclusion by heading away from Fiji’s main tourist areas to a private island. Take the time to travel to Matangi island – set on 240-acres with tropical rainforest and idyllic beaches, or Nukubati with lush rainforests and without any telephones or televisions. Be prepared for utter privacy – you may be the only travellers on the island.
Cruise the Yasawa Islands
With seven main islands and several smaller islets, there is plenty to explore – some are home to traditional Fijian villages, while others boast pristine beaches and little else. Stay in exclusive, 5-star accommodation, or join a Blue Lagoon cruise to hop from island to island.
Snorkel impressive reefs
Known affectionately as the ‘soft coral capital of the world’, Fiji features numerous snorkelling spots as well as the Great Astrolabe Reef – one of the largest barrier reefs in the world. Spot immense schools of tropical fish, sea turtles, manta rays, and colourful blooms of coral.
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