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Guide to Luxury Holidays in Fiji

On arrival in Fiji you can look forward to a 'Bula' welcome from locals that will make you feel like you've found a home away from home. Explore the verdant rainforests, the cascading waterfalls, the underwater coral gardens, and the pristine beaches of this Oceanic country. Discover a desert-island paradise with a luxury holiday in Fiji.

This paradisiacal island-nation welcomes about the same number of visitors each year (around 630,000) as the entire South Pacific islands combined! But that doesn't mean it'll feel crowded, with 333 tropical islands belonging to Fiji, there are secluded beaches galore.

Most people kick off a tour to Fiji on Viti Levu, home to the vibrant capital of Suva, and the popular town of Nadi. Tour the Fiji Museum to learn about the people and the country, and hike Mount Tomanivi for panoramic views. For diving enthusiasts, you'll find some amazing opportunities to explore top locations including Taveuni and Vanua Levu.

Underwater seascapes showcase purple and white forests of soft coral, decorated with a kaleidoscope of colour from various species of marine life. Known as the "soft coral capital of the world", Fiji is a leader in eco-tourism, and you'll find your underwater trips fascinating and ethical.

Taveuni is Fiji's third largest island, otherwise appropriately known as Garden Island. Home to lush jungle surroundings, flawless beaches, hidden waterfalls and plenty of wildlife, this is the ideal place to lose yourself in nature. Meanwhile, beach lovers can look forward to the spectacular shores of celebrated islands like Levu, Mamanuca and Yasawa, and the best way to see these islands is from the deck of a luxury boat tour.

Fiji comes with the bonus of great weather year-round as the temperature rarely strays from the 25-30°C rang, so when you visit is entirely up to you. The most popular months to visit Fiji are from July to August, though December to February are also popular.

The summer green season falls from November to March, with temperatures typically around 30°C. The region's flora and fauna are especially beautiful at this time of the year.

British nationals do not need a visa to visit Fiji for stays of up to 14 days. As a precaution, you may want to travel with a photocopy of your passport along with the original. Find more advice at GOV.UK with information on passports, visas and travel.

Combine some of the world's most picturesque scenery with mouthwatering gourmet dishes. Expect fresh seafood dishes like Kokodo, meat dishes like Lovo, and lots of influences from the sub-continent, like curries, and samosas.

Try these dishes in extraordinary locations, prepared by expert chefs from your hotel. Dine in overlooking lagoons and gardens, or on a beach under the stars. Add to your experience with hand-selected wines from around the world. You can't visit Fiji and not try a traditional Fijian feast during your stay.

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