In a place that has its own “time” (yes, Fiji time is a thing, and it just means that nothing that happens as any particular urgency about it), and the motto of the island seems to be “no hurry, no worries”, it truly is a place to go to relax and enjoy your time together in a couple.
Having been a destination and crossroads for migrations for centuries, making it a haven for cultural and historical exploration. Pottery art from Fijian towns shows that Fiji was settled by Austronesia people around roughly 3500 BC, and since then it has evolved and transformed to become an independent state renowned for its warm welcome, and a life that revolves around the church, village, rugby field, and garden. With the famous Fijian hospitality and warmth, it’s easy to immerse yourself in the local culture, staying in a local village.
The beaches found here are picture perfect, spanning across reefs, bays, and more, providing the sets for Cast Away, The Blue Lagoon, and many more. More than 1500 species for fish and ocean creatures can be found in Fiji’s waters, and divers and snorkelers will find enough to explore to fill an entire weekend. If that’s not what you fancy though, there’s plenty to occupy you beyond the beach; from the prehistoric paradise of Kadavu with almost no roads, to the hiking and birdwatching opportunities up the mountains, to the fantastic nightlife in Suva.