4/5 - Good
EmilyJan 28, 2020
Great for a quick trip away with the family if you are after a resort holiday.
Relax on beautiful beaches, challenge yourself on an 18-hole golf course or visit an ancient temple in the international gateway to Fiji.
Situated on the west coast of Fiji’s main island Viti Levu, Nadi is the country’s third-biggest city. It is very easy to get to, with the country’s largest airport, Nadi International Airport, located less than 10 kilometres away, meaning that it serves as a transfer hub for tourists travelling to other islands in the Fijian archipelago. However, Nadi is much more than just a place to pass through en route – there are plenty of things to see and do in this bustling city.
Shopaholics will delight in Port Denarau Shopping Centre, which offers the largest retail shopping and dining experience anywhere in Fiji. The centre also boasts seven world-class restaurants, including Fiji’s one and only Hard Rock Café. Visitors can browse the shops to find something special to buy or dine in one of the excellent restaurants while gazing out over the ocean.
The busy central area of the city is also a great place to find somewhere to eat, with a wide range of different cuisines on offer, including traditional Fijian, Indian, Chinese and Western. There are plenty of shops in this area, too.
To experience an example of Fiji’s architectural and cultural diversity, make sure you pay a visit to the impressive Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple. The architectural magnificence of this place of worship will take your breath away. It is a vibrant and colourful showcase of Dravidian architecture, an architectural style which is rarely seen outside India.
It’s also worthwhile visiting the Garden of the Sleeping Giant. Covering 20 hectares, this garden features a native forest, a serene lily pond and an impressive collection of over 2,000 different species of orchid.
There are plenty of options for relaxation after a tiring few hours of shopping and sightseeing. Bask in the sunshine at Wailoaloa Beach, Newtown Beach or Denarau Island. Indulge yourself in the therapeutic Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool, which are believed by locals to have healing properties due to their high sulphur content. Or head to Nadi Airport Golf Club to tee off and play a relaxing, yet challenging, round of golf.
Reviewed on 26 Jan. 2020
Reviewed on 26 Jan. 2020
Once the site of a mangrove swamp, this gorgeous marina is now a hub for shopping and dining as well as a point of departure for Fiji’s famous Mamanuca and Yasawa islands.
This impressive Hindu Temple, the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, is dedicated to the god of the seasonal rains.
Participating in watersports, sunbathing, sipping cocktails and eating pizza on the sea are the big attractions at this floating restaurant in a Fijian archipelago.
Visit some of Fiji’s most unusual and fantastic locales with this guided exploration of its traditional villages, botanical gardens, craft markets, and even a towering Hindu temple outside of Nadi.
As the sky streaks pink, head for the open seas on an enchanting and romantic dinner cruise along Fiji’s peaceful waters. Dine on a succulent barbecued meal, take in a live Fijian cultural performance, and soak up the spectacular sight of the sun setting over the Pacific.
A fun family day in Fiji! South Sea Island is perfect for families with small children! If you would like a short trip out to South Sea Island to suit the kids, then this is the cruise for you.
Cruise across Nadi Bay's tranquil waters on a full-day escape to Savala Island—a paradise off the coast of Fiji feels that like a vacation within in vacation. Relax on the beach, kayak, stand-up paddleboard, and enjoy unlimited rides on a glass-bottom boat while absorbing the oasis' local flavor.
Take time to explore the region around Nadi city, getting to know the natural and cultural allure of the area. Discover the amazing Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple, browse local markets, walk through the flourishing Garden of the Sleeping Giant, and soak in a thermal mud pool all in a single day.
For the greatest fun under the sun you can’t beat a day at South Sea Island, the closest day trip island. Just 30-minutes from Denarau aboard a high speed catamaran, the uninhabited island is surrounded by crystal clear waters and magnificent coral reefs.
KathrynJan 19, 2020
Didn’t see any of it. Just hotel. Transmitting the next day.