There’s nothing more exciting than spending quality time on the beach. For a more challenging destination, why not consider going to Fiji. The island of Fiji is a beautiful beach paradise with stunning coral reefs, adrenaline adventures and a place where friendly locals await you.
You might never want to come home once you step on the Fiji shores. There are so many things to do in Fiji to keep you occupied all throughout your stay, most especially engaging in water activities.
When you think about Fiji, pretty sure that this idea popped into your head with its attractive pristine white beaches. Apply your favorite sunscreen and have a quiet time relaxing on the beach.
Snorkeling above coral reefs
To cool off if things get a little too scorching, engage in snorkeling session. Take a relaxing dip along coral reefs of Fiji and glance into the underwater world below. Fiji will provide an unforgettable snorkeling experience that is unlike no other as it is known around the globe for their temperate, unclouded waters and lavish marine life.
Try Fiji’s diving spots
Fiji has many dive spots. The Great White Wall, home to the famous Rainbow Reef is best to explore the corals in all their multi-colored grandeur. If you love the marine creatures, discover their habitats and opt to swim alongside manta rays and sea turtles in one of the world’s longest barrier reefs the Great Astrolabe Reef.
You can partner with experienced Fijian divers as they feed the local sharks at Beqa Lagoon if you risk taker adventure seeker. Else, you’ll be on the menu as well so be sure to follow the safety guidelines.
The waters around Fiji are also perfect for paddling and aren’t just great for swimming. For a coastal adventure along the beaches try doing kayaking. Not only do you enjoy the cooling breeze and great scenery, you can also tone those muscles.
Do the Surf
Fiji will not disappoint for surf enthusiasts. For adventure seekers looking to catch some waves, mark your calendar especially during the months of May to October when the colossal breaks arrive. A renowned surf spot called Cloudbreak is listed as among one of the top ten most challenging waves around the world.