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Itinerary Inspiration

Idyllic and relaxing, Fiji is a tropical haven in the South Pacific. This archipelago country is made up of 333 islands with only 110 inhabited, leaving many of them reserved for private island retreats. From swimming with manta rays to snorkeling through the Great White Wall corals, there's no shortage of beaches and water activities. Dry off on a zipline through the rainforest or visit the Garden of the Sleeping Giant. At night, head to a local village or watch a fire walking ceremony. No matter where you go, you'll be blessed with stunning views and exciting adventures.

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: PST
Official Language: English
Currency: Fijian dollar
Entry Requirements: Passport (valid for 3+ months after stay) and proof of return or onward ticket
Visas: Granted on arrival
Best Times to Visit: May through October

Fiji Honeymoons

Stay in a beachfront bure (Fijian cottage), in a luxurious all-inclusive resort or on your very own private island. Each type of property offers you a different array of fine amenities and romantic Fiji honeymoon packages. Enjoy vintage champagne or a lobster picnic or banana leaf massage. Discover why Fijians are known as the world's best hosts and dive into the Fiji honeymoon that you will never forget.

Destination Weddings in Fiji

Whether you're looking for a destination wedding in a remote island setting or in a lush tropical garden setting, you'll find the perfect venue in Fiji. Exchange your vows on a secluded beach or in front of a cascading waterfall or during a unique underwater ceremony. You may choose from a modern international resort or a traditional Fijian-style wedding complete with a warrior escort.

Climate & Weather

Fiji enjoys an ideal South Sea tropical climate and can get hot in the summer but seldom reaches above 96° F. Winter temperatures range from 72° to 84° F. Trade winds from the east southeast bring yearlong cooling breezes in the late afternoon and early evening. Tropical rains fall December to March, overlapping with the hot summer months.