My Times Today.Fiji is a small island which is in the South Pacific Ocean. It lies to the North-East of the North Island of New Zealand. There are various places to visit in Fiji in 110 islands which are inhabited out of 330 islands. The total area of the island is 18,274 sq km.
1. Viti Levu
Better known as Fiji’s ‘mainland’, Viti Levu is the largest island and home to the international airport, as well as 70% of the Fijian population. Far from a stepping stone to the outer islands, it’s a beauty spot in its own right. You could easily spend an entire holiday exploring the mountains, rivers, dunes and beaches of Viti Levu. There are resorts for every kind of traveller here. If you choose your resort wisely, you’ll find the kind of crowd for you.
Home to the airport, Nadi is excellent as a stopover if you’ve got an early or a late flight scheduled out of Fiji. There are plenty of hotel options to match every sort of budget. However, there’s no other reason to stick around in Nadi, so one night is more than enough.
3. Port Denarau
Petite and packed with glitz, Denarau Island is connected to the mainland a short causeway, so it doesn’t feel much like an island at all. If you’re looking for some serious pampering, this is your spot. Wealth is EVERYWHERE. Think cocktails, massages, infinity pools and butler services.
4. Coral Coast
The Coral Coast runs along 80km of the south coast of Viti Levu, from Sigatoka to Pacific Harbour. The whole coast is named after the coral that washes up along the coastline. The secluded beaches and coves here have a real castaway feel to them, with palm trees leaning out to the waves. Just be aware that the sand is not soft. Keep your flip-flops on to save yourself some pain (not to mention embarrassment).