Big smiles will greet you everywhere you go, and Bula will be your new favourite word. Travel to the beautiful bounty islands of Fiji and spend your days lazing on the beach and snorkel or dive among beautiful coral reefs. No filter needed! Fiji consists of more than 300 islands in a beautiful turquoise archipelago in the southwest Pacific. In other words, there is more than enough space to explore when backpacking in this amazing part of the world.
Where to go backpacking in Fiji
The city of Nadi is a great starting point for your travel to Fiji. It's located on Viti Levu, the largest island. Don't miss the small neighboUring island Nananu-in-Ran, just north of Viti Levu. This is a wonderful place - a paradise if you love life at sea and on shore.
The southern part of Viti Levu is definitely also worth your time. There is simply no better way to discover the underwater beauty on the Coral Coast of Fiji than with a mask and snorkel! Once you've checked off these bucket-list places, you can properly move on to the Yasawa Islands.
The Yasawa Islands are truly reality's aquarium. The small islands can easily be reached by boat from Viti Levu. Make it a part of your Island-hopping adventure or go with the flow in your own pace with The Bula pass.
What to do in Fiji
It's easy to get the Fiji culture and lifestyle under your skin, especially the Fijians astonishing ability to live life without the hustle and bustle. Explore the islands in "Fiji mode" by joining one of our cool adventures in Fiji.
The best diving spot is at Kadavu Island. Encounter a unique, almost unreal world, vibrant and swirling with life, just under the calm surface of the sea. See corals and fish with colours so bright that it feels like they are competing for your attention in the endless shoals. You might even be so lucky as to spot sharks and whales. Let's make it clear: It is a MUST to go diving in Fiji while you are here. Even newbies can become PADI certified divers by attending a diving course.
Life is kava, a Fiji tradition
You won't be able to leave Fiji without having tasted the Kava! Kava is an interesting mixture of root powder from the Kava plant and water. Known throughout most of the Pacific, the mix was formerly an important part of rituals. Today it mostly functions as a social element. Kava looks kind of muddy and it will make your tongue buss, but it definitely is worth a try! Life in Fiji is really wonderful - the sea, sand, sun, people. Who needs more than that?