The true tropical paradise
If you try to find Fiji on a map, you’ll probably have some difficulty. In fact, its splendid isolation is actually a cause for celebration. This small utopia continues to call travelers from around the world, and for good reason, too. More than 300 volcanic islands make up the archipelago, which for many is the embodiment of an island paradise. Besides white beaches, turquoise lagoons, tropical rain forests and intact coral reefs, Fiji is also a place of lively markets and impressive colonial buildings. It’s this mix which continually attracts people year after year.
This is the largest temple of its kind in the southern hemisphere. A shimmering Hindu temple with elaborate and vibrant colors in its facade, the Sri Siva is dedicated to the god of the rainy season. Naturally, visiting the temple during this season for the monthly Karthingai Puja festival is one of the temple’s many joys.
The small, uninhabited island of Monuriki already served as a film location for Cast Away with Tom Hanks. The island is now perfect for guided day trips and hikes through an almost untouched natural scenery—relax in the white sand or explore the surrounding coral reef while snorkeling.
A true paradise, this forest reserve is perfect for those with hiking lust. You’ll discover a lush rainforest, interrupted by natural pools that stretch 3 miles alongside trails that are also home to countless birds—the kind you won’t find anywhere else.
Over 2,000 species of Asian orchids can be found in the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, named after the mountain at the foot of which it stands. Once the private home of American actor Raymond Burr, the magnificent gardens are now open to the public and enchant you with their verdant lawns, splashing fountains, and idyllic water lily ponds.
The three Tavoro waterfalls are located in the middle of the Bouma National Heritage Park. Green jungle surrounds them, filled with thick vegetation that provides a perfect backdrop to dip your head into flowing waters.
Fiji offers warm temperatures and a tropical climate all year round. The months between April and October are particularly suitable for a trip to the island paradise. During this period, pleasant temperatures from 75°F to 85°F. From November to April, however, temperatures become not only hotter but also more humid - this period also sees heavy rainfall and cyclones. Despite these slight variations, there’s one thing you can always count on in Fiji: Warm temperatures.
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