14th March 2014
When you think of a holiday to Fiji, no doubt it evokes visions of long lazy days spent on the beach, reading a good book in the shade of a palm tree, working your way through the cocktail list of the poolside bar and multiple trips to the resort buffet. There's good reason for that, all of those things are what makes holidays to Fiji so popular. However, there is more to Fiji than just working on your tan. In fact, you may be surprised to find that there are actually a wide range of things to see and explore while in Fiji.
Aside from the usual outdoor activities like swimming, surfing and stand-up paddle boarding, there are a fantastic range of Fiji day tours and cruises that take in a number of cultural and environmental attractions that can be found on the islands. From tours that explore the capital of Nadi to discovering the hidden gems of Navilawa, there are also tours of inland Namuamua and the Nausori Highlands. For those who love the water but are more inclined to enjoy themselves on the water rather than in it, there are South Sea Island cruises and Seaspray sailing adventures.
Allowing you to experience more than just the friendly hospitality of the resort, these Fiji day tours and cruises visit everything natural attractions such as the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, Mt Batilamu, Sabeto Vallety, Koroyanitu National Park and Navua River as well as cultural experiences like a visit to traditional villages and Hindu temples. Enjoying wonderful experiences like swimming in waterfall or bamboo rafting, these tours also visit some of the more traditional markets held in Fiji, away from the knick knacks of some of the more touristy spots.
Offering all the relaxation that you associate with a holiday to Fiji, these experiences are also a wonderful way to discover the real Fiji.