Our Fiji resort library aims to help you find the right accommodation for your holidays by offering the largest collection of independently taken pictures of resorts from all around the Fiji Islands. We have personally visited all resorts in the Mamanuca Islands, Yasawa Islands and Outer Islands, as well as all hotels in Nadi and on the mainland.

Pictures of Hotels & Resorts in Nadi & Denarau

Pictures of Resorts in Nadi Rural

Pictures of Resorts on the Coral Coast / Sun Coast

Pictures of Hotels in Suva City

Pictures of Resorts on Mamanuca Group

Pictures of Resorts in the Yasawa Group

Pictures of Resorts on Vanua Levu & Taveuni

Pictures of Resorts on Kadavu & The South

Pictures of Resorts on Ovalau & Lomaiviti Group

Pictures of Other Accommodation in the Fiji Islands

Fiji Resorts Guide

Fiji is the most popular holiday destination in the South Pacific. The two most commercial regions for a holiday where large resorts dominate include around Nadi Airport including Denarau Island and along the Coral Coast, both on the main island of Viti Levu which has good sightseeing attractions and plenty of day tours and cruises. The best region for a beach holiday is the Mamanuca Islands off the west coast of Nadi and which boasts Fiji's best weather and gorgeous small islands with palm fringed beaches. Here you'll likely come across lots of Australian and New Zealand tourists on package holidays as well as boasting several lovely romantic retreats for honeymoons and weddings. A little further north and less commercial is the Yasawa Islands, with beautiful snorkelling lagoons, palm fringed beaches, fishing villages and beautiful scenery - this region is popular with honeymoon couples and backpackers.

To get away from the crowds and experience the more authentic, traditional and intimate side of Fiji, you'll need to travel a little further a field to either Taveuni Island or the Southern Group. Here you're find some of the most beautiful relaxing resorts in the region alongside unspoiled beaches, with great hospitality, world class snorkelling and diving, lush tropical rain forest and traditional fishing villages nearby. Although there are no self contained bungalows, holiday homes and few guesthouses in Fiji, most of the small resorts are extremely down to earth and offer an intimate atmosphere.

Fiji is a popular holiday resort destination; its tourist infrastructure is well-developed, but that hasn't spoilt the natural, native ambiance one bit. There are turquoise lagoons, mountains covered with lush rainforest, and delightful rivers wandering through the inland areas that will delight hikers and trekkers for an hour or for a week. Bird lovers love Fiji – although there is not a huge number of avian species, there are some incredibly spectacular birds, land and sea, that attract birdwatchers from around the globe; 70 of the 80 species here are indigenous. The colourful musk parrot is easy to see, and the three hawks, including the peregrine falcon, are a wonder to watch; you can laze on your resort room balcony and watch as the world flies by.

Visit as many of the outer islands as you have time for – between the kayaking, swimming, surfing, and diving, you'll enjoy a truly magical holiday. A catamaran wends its way from one bay to the next, dropping off and picking up travellers along the way. The Yasawa Islands are sparsely populated and quite primitive, and have developed budget resort-like accommodations and instigated tours and activities to attract visitors to the traditional experience. Fiji has a well-earned reputation as the 'soft coral capital of the world', with the coral visible from the shore.

The main island of Viti Levu has Fiji's large hotel chains and plenty of smaller resorts around the tourist hubs of Nadi Airport and the Coral Coast and makes an affordable base for sightseeing. The Mamanuca and Yasawa islands off the west coast are perfect for a laid back beach holiday with excellent water sports and snorkelling. The Outer Islands have world class diving and surfing as well as stunning rainforests and traditional villages.