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Bula - the only word you need

You'll hear this friendly greeting the minute you step off the plane (and about 400 times daily for as long as you're here). It sums up the warmth and hospitality you can expect from the super-friendly Fijians and just seems to radiate sunshine. You will soon adjust to 'Fiji Time' as you explore the villages and volcanic scenery of the mainland (Viti Levu), and then take it down a further few notches if you decide to hop over to the Yasawas or Mamanucas.


Beachcomber Resort | 6 nights, with flights
Stay 6 nights at Beachcomber Resort including return flights and Island Transfers. Packaged pricing based on Dorm accommodation with departures out of BNE from $799; SYD from $799. MEL from $649; ADL from $1240. Subject to availability and subject to change. Give us a call to book or ask in store for details.
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Smugglers Cove Resort, Nadi Bay
Stay in one of the best value backpacker hostels in Nadi Bay. Immerse yourself in traditional Fijian culture, play volleyball on the beach, or drink up in the Ghost Ship bar. Valid for bookings between now and 31st October 2017.
3 nights from $74

Includes breakfast!

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outrigger fiji beach package
Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort | 5 nights
Let go of yourself at Viti Levu's luxury 5* resort, with 5 nights for just $803!  Nestled comfortably inside an enchanting 40-acre garden on the Coral Coast and adopting the traditional Fijian village style with an impressive pool complex and a nightclub, this hotel is a South Pacific paradise. Valid for bookings and stays from now until 31st October 2017. 
From $803
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Why should I visit Fiji?

You'd be forgiven for thinking Fiji is all aquamarine waters and golden beaches, but there's far more to this idyllic collection of islands. Munch your way through delicious Fijian cuisine (the curries and seafood are to die for), explore swaying canefields, verdant green highlands and Suva's historical hotspots. Add the rich indigenous culture, the annual ritual of fire-walking at the Mariamma Temple and you've got the spicy taste of Fiji. Bula!

How to get there

Fiji has two main airports, one in Suva and the other at Nadi. More than likely, you'll arrive in Nadi as it has the best access to the beach resorts and the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands. Fiji Airways is the national carrier but plenty of other airlines fly daily from various cities in Australia. Search below to find the cheapest flights to Fiji with exclusive fares for students and those under 30.
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Getting Around

Why go to one resort when you can go to four or five? Single, resort-based holidays are so 1995! Feejee Experience have perfected their route over the past ten years to offer you the best possible Fiji experience. Fiji Experience takes you to unique stops - interact with locals, visit remote villages, all the time enjoying the overwhelming Fijian hospitality.
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What to do in Fiji

The idyllic Mamanuca and Yasawa archipelagos lie just off the mainland of Fiji and offer an amazing diversity of islands and resorts. Feel the warm white sand between your toes as you idle away the hours with a cold drink in your hand. Snorkel and dive with the fish and the colourful coral, hop from island to island with a Bula Combo Pass or dive straight into vibrant island life with a hands-on volunteering project.

Adventure Tours

Get lost in the tranquility and serene splendour of this enchanting region on an adventure tour. Jump aboard a boat to explore surrounding islands, embrace the welcome friendliness of the local people, relax on the beach or try your hand at jet skiing, snorkelling or diving. With accommodation, transfers and some meals included, there's nothing left for you to do but kick back and relax.
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Volunteer in Fiji

Make a difference to the people and wildlife around, protect the environment and improve the lives you touch on one of our Fiji volunteering projects. Work with local children in the under-resourced schools of the Yasawa Islands, help provide sustainable living conditions for local villagers and conserve the marine life in some of the world's most colourful reefs.
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