ATOLLS, BURES & SURF
Nestling within the azure blue South Pacific, Fiji is an ornate archipelago, comprising over 300 volcanic islands. Palm-lined beaches and blue lagoons punctuate the rugged landscape – you will be spoilt for choice when pin-pointing the perfect spot to anchor your luxury charter superyacht. Tranquil beauty thrives in the temperate climate with over one third of atolls uninhabited and the main islands being Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, offering luxury hotels and resorts. Action-packed eco-activities abound, enjoy the adrenaline rush of zip-lining and soft-coral diving or switch to relaxation on powder soft beaches with pristine white sand. When you charter a superyacht in Fiji, take the opportunity to swim amongst shoals of gentle shark near Viti Levu or the giant manta rays off the beautiful beaches of Nacula. Snorkellers will love the stunning coral reefs of Ovalau and the Lomaiviti group. Idyllic tranquillity in a picturesque wonderland is ready to experience on your Fiji luxury superyacht charter.
Home to arboreal expanses interspersed with dramatic volcanic craters and dazzling waterfalls, explore mystical mangrove forests of the coastal lagoons and rainforests majestically conquering western shores.
Allow yourself to be enchanted sailing on your superyacht between the multitude of islands to discover a landscape-paradise that waves and wind has formed over time.
For a blissfully authentic experience, stay overnight in a traditional thatched ‘bure’-hut, complete with typical plantation shutters and genuine Fiji hammock – impress the locals by bidding them “bula” in the morning.
WHEN TO GO:
APRIL – NOVEMBER
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
Cala Gonone is a deserted and remarkable coastline – you can cruise very close to it, with the mountains towering above
Visit the colourful local market at San Pantaleo (Porto Cervo) on a Thursday – a stunning location and wonderful locally produced fare to buy
Zia Leunora in Pula specialises in seafood and is patronised regularly by locals; tucked away in a backstreet in the historic centre it is family-run and very welcoming