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Along with access to azure waters and white sand, most beach resorts in Fiji have pools. Lounge under palm trees by the kidney-shaped pool at Toberua Island Resort or take your pick of seven outdoor pools at Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa. Each villa and suite at Six Senses Fiji has a private plunge pool, while the infinity pool at Tadrai Island Resort overlooks the private beach, meaning you can wander from one to the other all day long.
Fiji has a tropical climate, so experiences wet and dry seasons. The wet season runs from November to March, while the dry season is from May to September – when most tourists visit. We suggest the best month to visit Fiji is the shoulder season of October (and early November), when there aren’t as many visitors and the weather remains warm.
A Fiji holiday can be as cheap or as expensive as you like. Accommodation options range from budget guest homes to five-star hotels, while public transport and taxis are relatively inexpensive. Food is generally cheap and there are plenty of opportunities to try traditional foods like roti, taro and babakau.
Fiji is a haven for adults-only resorts, with plenty of private paradises to choose from. Escape to Fiji’s first overwater bures at the award-winning Likuliku Lagoon Resort, savour the serenity of the ultra-private Yasawa Island Resort, or experience true tropical tranquillity at Matamanoa Island Resort, where you can snorkel over a marine sanctuary or lounge by an infinity pool, cocktail in hand.