January is the rainy season in Fiji and the low season for travel. Later in the month, after the Christmas and New Year holidaymakers have left, you can find good deals on accommodation and flights. Though rain is to be expected, you can still have a fun beach-centric vacation. Read on for more information on where to go and what to do in Fiji in January.
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Diving, snorkeling, surfing, and sunbathing are unsurprisingly popular here. But there's more to Fiji than glorious resorts and beach time. Travelers who want to get off the beaten path can do so on islands like Mamanuca, where you can dig into local life with kava tasting and a Fijian village homestay. Or head to Kadavu or Taveuni, islands with particularly verdant jungle landscapes, perfect for guided hiking trips. No matter what your travel style, our local specialists can customize a trip that you'll never forget.
December is early in the rainy season in Fiji, and while that would typically mean the low season for tourism, don't be fooled: late December is one of the busiest times of the year in Fiji. Book accommodation and flights well in advance if you're traveling at this time and plan on enjoying a great end-of-year party. Alternatively, visit earlier in the month for a quieter experience. Here's what to see and do in Fiji in December.
November is the start of the rainy season in Fiji, and while many travelers opt to stay away, they're missing out. The rains aren't that heavy or persistent this month, making for a decent beach holiday and fun excursions out of doors, as long as you're prepared. Find out more about what to see and do in Fiji in November.
March is the rainy season in Fiji and a low season for travel. But if you don't mind a bit of rain, you can have a great time in Fiji this month. Temperatures tend to be hot when the sun comes out, so you can cool off with a swim in the sea, a waterfall, or even hidden caves. Read on to find out more about traveling to Fiji in March.
October is the end of the dry season in Fiji and a shoulder season for travel. It's an excellent time to come if you want to avoid the crowds and enjoy generally good weather but don't mind an increased chance of rain. One of Fiji's major festivals, Diwali, also sometimes falls in October, and if so, this is a great time to visit a Hindu temple. Keep reading to learn more about where to go and what to do when traveling to Fiji in October.
February is the low season for travel to Fiji as it's the middle of the rainy season. It's one of the least busy months of the year, which is great news if you want a peaceful vacation at a good price. Relax on a beach between rain showers or go in search of gushing waterfalls. Find out more about where and what to do in Fiji in February below.
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