Luxury Holidays & Honeymoons in Fiji

Why should you travel to Fiji with us?

A warm island welcome awaits you at the end of the earth.

To reduce Fiji down to a series of tropical isles strewn across the South Pacific would be doing this island nation a disservice. For this is a place just as much about catching your breath as losing it all over again. We’ve spent our days on the beach, but we’ve also spent them exploring the depths off Beqa Island, hiking through untouched Taveuni and learning to spearfish, cook and chat with the locals on Vanua Levu. Vinaka, Pete. Each island has its own story to tell here. How they fit together to complement and contrast in perfect symphony, is a score we’ve spent years writing.

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Example Fiji trips

These are simply suggestions for the kind of holiday you might have. Yours will be tailored, altered, and refined until it matches you completely.

What to see and do in Fiji

As ever, if you can’t see it here then we can still plan it for you.


For an island getaway in the South Pacific, retreat to one of Fiji’s 300 tropical islands and watch your worries wash away with the waves. Seemingly untouched, palm-lined beaches and crystalline waters make way to secluded and pristine resorts and hotels, where guests can sunbathe on private terraces and dine on local cuisine. Fijan hospitality is second to none and we’ve spared no expense crafting the perfect castaway itineraries.


Unlike many of its neighbouring archipelagos, Fiji has as much to offer on land as it does on water. Hike the trails through the Sigatoka Sand Dunes on Viti Levu, where the sweeping black sands will give you a feel for Fiji’s volcanic nature.


Home to some of the warmest people we’ve ever had the privilege to meet, a trip to Fiji wouldn’t be complete without a visit to a local village. We’ve built up a close bond with the villagers of Dravuni where, armed with a bottle of kava (no, it’s not just cava with a k), you’ll be able play a part in the ritual of sevusevu as you’re welcomed into Fijian life.


Fiji has perfected the art of romance. With the help of its spectacular natural surroundings, honeymooners will unravel all that’s dreamy about these enchanting islands. From barefoot meals on golden sands to private lagoons ideal for soaking in warm rays, a tailormade honeymoon to Fiji showers couples in rejuvenating spa treatments, glowing sunsets, and beachside bungalows.


A quick three hour flight from Fiji, New Zealand is a country best known for its grand landscapes, adventure excursions, and mesmerizing Maori culture. Summit the peaks of Milford Track and tap into the natural beauty of Rotorua before jetsetting to the improbably blue waters of the lush Fijan atolls. A combination trip to New Zealand and Fiji will open your eyes to the beauty and progression of the South Pacific.

The best of Fiji


An introduction to Fiji and its cultures.

Nadi is where Fiji makes it first impressions – and it does it well. Over the years, many cultures have passed through Fiji’s enticing waters and, perhaps unsurprisingly, many of them have chosen to stay. The result is a rich and diverse culture which encompasses Indian, Chinese and European influences – all the while honouring the indigenous culture of the islands. Nadi is where you’ll see all these influences at play with some of our favourites spots to eat caught lying just outside the Martintar neighbourhood.

Mamanuca Islands

Play Castaway on a Hollywood set.

One look at the uninhabited Monuriki Island and you’ll be questioning why Tom Hanks ever wanted to leave. Perhaps the most famous of the Mamanuca Islands but we’d quite happily see out our days on any one of these 20 or so islets. We blame the beaches. But we also blame the surrounding waters, which range between everything from placid lagoons to the revered Cloudbreak surf break. Whether you’re an experienced sailor or just dipping a toe, the Mamanucas are there to tempt.

Yasawa Islands

Technicolour reefs & star-flooded skies.

An archipelago within an archipelago, each of the Yasawas boasts its own distinct personality. Known for the mystical Sawa-i-Lau caves and annual Manta Ray Migration off Drawaqa island, it’s little wonder people have needed scant persuasion to make the journey to these remoter isles. After all, it’s the reason we got on the boat in the first place. But why we’ve kept coming back? That’s for the night skies. Join expert astronomers and step through a tropical portal into the Southern skies.

Six Senses Fiji

Set your watch to island time as you plot a route down into the far reaches of the Pacific and onto the pristine shores of…
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Kokomo Private Island

Runaway to Kokomo on Fiji's private island, or fly away, should we say. Take to the skies in Kokomo's private seaplane and land on unspoilt…
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Likuliku Lagoon

Likuliku Lagoon exudes authentic Fijian charm. Armed with ancient Polynesian mythology aplenty, Likuliku fully embraces its Fijian culture, showcased by the traditional design, architecture and…
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