9 days £1,399
With dazzling white beaches, gently swaying palms and water that’s so blue it’s hard to believe there’s no filter, Fiji is classic tropical paradise. Live the barefoot dream on this unforgettable group tour, with stops on four jewel-like islands, as well as an authentic highland village. With all meals, transport, accommodation and amazing cultural activities included, all you have to do is turn up and get ready for the trip of a lifetime.
Day 1: Nadi
Bula Fiji! Kick your trip off in Nadi in our beautiful beach resort with pool. Meet your guide and group over a three-course meal and welcome drink this evening - enjoy!
Day 2: Navala
Get off the beaten track with a homestay in an authentic highland village. Enjoy a traditional kava ceremony, go hiking, learn basket weaving and thatching, eat a lovo dinner and watch some meke dancing - unforgettable.
Day 3: Mamanuca Islands
Sail to the Mamanucas, made famous by Tom Hank's Castaway. Our island is a tranquil tropical idyll, with white sands and swaying palm trees, but when the sun goes down, it's all about the party!
Days 4 & 5: Yasawa Islands - Kuata
Spend 2 days in a remote eco-resort surrounded by towering mountains and crystal-clear waters. Kick back on the pristine beach. A sunset cruise, reef snorkel, basket weaving, jewellery making, and hike are also included.
Days 6 & 7: Yasawa Islands - Drawaqa
Head deeper into the Yasawas to another dazzling island where we'll stay in thatched eco-lodges on the beach. Help with conservation efforts on the coral reef, swim with manta rays (from May to October) and bliss out on the beach.
Day 8: Nadi
Sail back to where it all began - our arrival hotel near Nadi. Check in and freshen up ahead of a farewell dinner with your guide and group.
Day 9: Trip end
Pack your bags and say your goodbyes. Your amazing adventure has come to an end.
8 nights of accommodation are included in some of the most beautiful locations in the world. You’ll stay in a mixture of eco-lodges, traditional homestays and beachfront resorts. Rooms are dorm-style with 3-4 people per room (other than the Mamanucas for one night, which can be up to 32 people). If you’re travelling solo, you’ll be placed in a single sex dorm, but males and females travelling together can request a mixed dorm (dorm roommates may include other resort guests).You can request twin or double rooms at an extra cost, but please note that the night in the homestay in Navala is on a shared basis. Check out our top pick for a flavour of the accommodation you can expect on this trip.
Our Top Pick – Barefoot Manta Island, Drawaqa
Stunning eco-tourism resort with a laid-back vibe, set on a pristine beach. Traditional thatched huts, built in harmony with the surroundings, friendly staff and fabulous food.
Why we’ve picked it...
- Unfussy and unpretentious
- Breath-taking natural setting
- One of the best off shore coral reefs we’ve seen
This trip includes 8 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 8 dinners. Most dinners are three-course, and you’ll receive welcome and farewell drinks. Let us know before you go if you have any dietary requirements.
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Arrive into Nadi International Airport (NAN) on Fiji's main island of Viti Levu on day 1. One of our local team will meet you in the arrivals hall and take you to your starting hotel. The tour ends on day 9 in Nadi. You will be transferred back to Nadi International Airport.
As a response to the outbreak of Covid-19, many of our local partners and suppliers are putting in place new measures and policies regarding health and safety in response to the outbreak. These new measures will change and evolve over time, and the policies and procedures will vary depending on each trip. Some of the changes you may experience are:
- Updated safety & hygiene procedures
- Arrival safety meetings
- Smaller group sizes
- Knowledgeable & Trained Staff
- Access to 24/7 emergency support
- Different transport & accommodation
It's important you also take steps to make travelling safer. You should abide by local laws and restrictions, and follow the guidance of the local team. You should also bring and use your own face coverings/masks and hand sanitiser, social distance where needed, wash your hands frequently, and cover your face when sneezing or coughing.