Fiji Holiday Packages

Booking a Fiji Holiday Package and Travel Deals with Webjet

Who says a trip to the tropics has to cost you an arm and a leg? When you picture a holiday in Fiji, you probably imagine it being quite pricey. But did you know that Webjet offers Fiji holiday packages, travel deals and specials that can help you save big? With Webjet’s holiday packages to Fiji, you can bundle together your flights and accommodation to save up to hundreds of dollars per traveller. That’s a lot of extra cash to put towards your Fiji adventures, especially if you're travelling with a large family. Interested to learn more about package holidays and travel deals to Fiji? Keep on reading to see why a Fiji holiday package or Fiji specials could be the perfect option for your next family trip or honeymoon.


Flying to Fiji from Australia

The main island of Fiji, Viti Levu, is home to two airports—Nadi (NAN) and Suva (SUV). Nadi is located on the western side of the island and is Fiji’s main international airport. Suva is located on the eastern side of Viti Levu and is much smaller than Nadi. While Sydney has the occasional direct flight to Suva, almost all flights from Australia to Fiji connect through Nadi. When you book package holidays and specials to Fiji with Webjet, your flights will be included in your rate.

Several airlines fly between Australia and Fiji with Webjet travel deals, including Qantas, Fiji Airways, Virgin Australia, Air New Zealand, and Jetstar. You can catch a direct flight to Fiji from Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. While other airports don’t offer direct flights, you can fly from another city, such as Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, or Cairns with a short stopover. You can arrive to Fiji in less than 4 hours from both Sydney and Brisbane, 5 hours from Melbourne, and only 9 hours from Perth, including stopover.


Where can you stay with your Fiji holiday package?

Fiji has some incredible accommodation options available to please every budget, traveller and family. Webjet’s holiday packages and travel deals to Fiji have lots of different hotels and resorts for you to choose from, from romantic options for a honeymoon or kid-friendly stays for a family. Here are some popular accommodation options to get you started on your Fiji holidays.


The Warwick Fiji

The Warwick is a five-star resort located on the Coral Coast of Fiji’s main island. The resort is located right on the ocean and has its own private beach as well as two pools complete with swim-up bars. All rooms have their own private balcony or patio and have a beautiful view of either the ocean or the rainforest. The Warwick has a full service spa and has lots of activities available to its guests, including snorkelling, kayaking, SUP boarding, and glass bottom boat tours. It makes an indulgent choice for those that have booked great-value Fiji specials. It is also a go-to for newlyweds on a Fiji honeymoon.


Mantaray Island Resort

Located on Nanuya Balavu Island north of the main island, Mantaray Island Resort is a budget option with a luxury feel - ideal for a family. Each guestroom is a little bit different. There’s a treehouse set among palm trees, a variety of air-conditioned rooms, and a romantic honeymoon cabin right on the beach. All rooms have a private balcony and are steps away from the ocean. The resort has a variety of free activities on offer, such as kayaking and guided hikes.


Toberua Island Resort

Toberua Island Resort is on its own private island, just off the main island of Fiji. This is the place to be if you’re looking for a quiet, relaxing atmosphere - maybe a honeymoon? The resort offers a variety of oceanfront rooms and villas - all available through Webjet's Fiji specials. There’s a spa onsite and a gourmet restaurant with a menu that changes daily to reflect seasonal produce and fresh seafood. Complimentary activities at the resort include snorkelling, SUP boarding, kayaking, sailing, and a golf course that’s accessible during low tide.


Garden Island Resort

Located right on the beach on Taveuni Island, the Garden Island Resort is close to some of Fiji’s best hiking and waterfalls. It is a great option for a family. Every room has an ocean view and a private balcony or patio. The resort’s spa is peaceful and luxurious with the ocean on one side, the jungle on another, and a relaxing rock waterfall. Lots of activities and tours are available to guests, such as horseback riding, a cultural tour of a Fijian village, and a rainforest hike. The resort is also located near some incredible snorkelling and diving spots and offers guided tours of the reefs.


Things to do on Fiji Holidays

Snorkel or Scuba Dive

Fiji is surrounded by some of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world. And of course the best way to experience them is to go snorkelling or scuba diving. This will give you the opportunity to see colourful coral and a variety of fish up close and in their natural habitat. Most Fijian beaches have beautiful reefs off the coast, but the absolute best places to snorkel or scuba dive are the Namena Marine Reserve, Somosomo Strait where you’ll find the Rainbow Reef, and the Great Astrolabe Reef.


Go for a Hike

Head inland from Fiji’s beaches and you’ll find lush forests, waterfalls, and mountains. Going for a hike is the perfect way to experience a different side of the country on holiday packages and specials to Fiji. To see lots of beautiful waterfalls, try out the Bouma National Heritage Park. The park makes up more than a third of Taveuni—the third-largest island in Fiji. For a challenging hike with an amazing view over Fiji, visit Des Voeux Peak. Once you’ve reached the summit, you’ll be rewarded with a view over several islands including Taveuni and Vanua Levu. From there, you can continue your hike to Lake Tagimaucia—a crater lake sitting 823 metres above sea level.


Try Out Some Water Sports

As a series of tropical islands, one of the top things to do during package holidays and travel deals to Fiji is to get out on the water and get active. Some popular water sports to try in Fiji are paddle boarding, kayaking, and canoeing. With the clear ocean water, you’ll be able to see colourful fish and coral below you and get some beautiful views of the islands. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, you could also rent a jet ski for a high speed trip through the water.


Relax on the Beach

No matter if you're with friends or family, you can’t book Fiji holidays and travel specials without spending some time at the beach. And with 333 islands, there are a lot of beautiful beaches to choose from! Many hotels and resorts have their own private beaches, and there are a number of private islands. There are even some private islands you can visit for the day when you reserve a spot in advance. Some of the top non-private beaches to have on your radar while visiting Fiji are Liku Beach, Natadola Beach, Yasawa Island Beach, and the beaches of Mana Island. All of these beaches feature soft white sand, bright blue water, and lots of beautiful palm trees.


Go Zip Lining

Fiji is a country full of adventure sports. Its beautiful landscape and lush forests make it the perfect place to go zip lining - it is even a good option for those travelling with the family. Many tour operators have zip lining tours that take you through the Fijian jungle with views of waterfalls and the ocean. Zip lining is the perfect way to get your adrenaline going between relaxing island activities.


Participate in Fijian Traditions

The best way to experience the culture of Fiji is by meeting locals and participating in some traditional Fijian ceremonies. Many small villages love welcoming tourists and teaching them about their island traditions. Kava ceremonies are a popular family activity and are focused around a Fijian drink made from kava root that tastes like an earthy tea. Another exciting Fijian tradition is the lovo. A lovo is the Fijian version of a barbecue where the food is wrapped in banana leaves and cooked over hot rocks.


Best time to book Fiji Holiday Packages

With warm temperatures all year long, there isn’t a bad time to book holiday packages to Fiji. Being in the tropics, Fiji can be prone to some tropical storms. Rain is especially common from January to March but, even then, storms tend to pass quickly. It can be raining one minute and bright and sunny ten minutes later.

Fiji’s high season lasts from July to September. During this time, Fiji is busier and prices for hotels increase to match the demand. For a quieter experience, consider visiting Fiji at the beginning or end of high season in May, June, or October. Weather is perfect during this time with little rain and a serene Fijian atmosphere.