28th June 2017
‘Fiji time’ is an expression you’ll hear often when it comes to holidays in this island paradise. Although it’s the perfect way to describe the leisurely way the Fijians do everything and a good excuse to laze around doing not very much at all, it’s also a bit of a cliché that doesn’t completely do this South Pacific gem justice. For a long time, Fiji has had a strong reputation for family holidays, particularly for Aussies and when you consider that almost every hotel and resort offers ‘kids clubs’ it’s not hard to see why.
However many people are surprised to find the Fiji is also an outstanding holiday destination for big kids too. Whether you’re young or young-at-heart, days in Fiji can be as relaxing or as action-packed as you like. In fact, if you're up for a bit of adventure, there are plenty of Fiji tours to get your adrenaline pumping including rainforest ziplining, offroading, jet boating and more.
With rides varying from 1 hour to full day adventures, you can experience the thrill of jetskiing no matter how much time you have to spare. Departing from both Malolo and Robinson Crusoe Islands, these jet ski adventures are ideal for couples, friends and families and offer fun for everyone with mini rides and day trips to Cloudbreak with time to snorkel.
A great way to combine interesting history and cultural experiences with high speed fun and adventure, this river safari features jet boat rides to a traditional village as well as cultural insights, kava tasting and lunch with traditional entertainment. With many stops along the way, you’ll enjoy an exciting day of travelling by jet boat including squeal-inducing 360 degree spins!
For those who like to get a little down and dirty, this off road adventure includes an exciting ATV ride from Sigatoka town to the Naihehe Caves. Once home to a cannibal tribe, the caves are an eerie and interesting site to explore. You’ll also enjoy a BBQ lunch and plenty of free time to spend in a freshwater swimming hole.