Destination Guide - Fiji

Kelly Slater and Lane Beachley both rate Restaurants on Fiji’s Tavarua Island as one of the top surf spots in the world. Not up for hanging ten? Perhaps a sandy white beach, touch of diving or luxe resort will entice.

The Basics

Currency: Fijian Dollar (FJD)
Population: 875,900
Capital: Suva
Time zone: +12
Daylight savings: Last Sunday in October to last Sunday in March
Country code: +679
Languages: Fijian, Hindustani and English
Electricity voltage: 240V
Electricity hz: 50Hz
Electrical plugs: Australian-style plug with two flat angled blades and one vertical grounding blade
Mobile network: GSM


    • Nadi
    • Coral Coast
    • Viti Levu
    • Vanua Levu/diving


  • 10 October
    Fiji Day


The temperature in Fiji is consistently warm with high averages ranging between 29 and 31 degrees Celsius throughout the year. The wettest period is between November and March.

Getting there and around

Nadi is serviced by buses, share taxis and taxis and there are buses connecting resorts on Nadi beach to downtown. As the condition of the roads around the islands can be very poor, many embassies advise their citizens against private road travel. Interisland travel is serviced by a number of ferry routes or by plane.

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