Nadi is the tourist hub of Fiji as it offers the perfect base to further explore the region. Island hop over to the Yasawa or Mamanuca Islands to swim, snorkel, dive or hike in this tropical paradise.
Nadi was first established as a Government Station in 1947 and became a popular tourist destination in the 1960s. Snorkelling, diving and hiking are just a few of the great things to do when visiting Nadi.
Things to see and do
Marvel at the fascinating architecture of Temple Sri Siva Subramaniya, an iconic and colourful Hindu temple located in Nadi.
Boasting a boundless number of fish species and hundreds of varieties of coral, Fiji is a Mecca for diving and snorkelling. Book a snorkelling or diving tour to acquaint yourself with the exotic and awe-inspiring marine life.
Treat yourself to the Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool. The springs are reported to contain properties that have therapeutic effects. Enjoy the unique experience of submerging yourself in a mud bath.
If you’re seeking tranquillity, then the Garden of the Sleeping Giant is the place for you. Alternatively, relax and unwind by sailing around this beautiful tropical paradise. You can also pamper yourself with a visit to Denarau Island, the South Pacific’s largest resort island.
Immerse yourself in the local culture at the Nadi Produce Markets. Taste the tropical fruits and vegetables of Fiji.
Other attractions worth checking out
- Castaway Island
- Denarau Island
- Mamanuca Islands
- Fire Walking
- Falls of Taveuni
Annual Festivals & Shows in Fiji
- The Bula Festival in Suva, July
- Sugar Festival in Lautoka, September
- Fire Walking Festival in the Miriama Temple – Suva, full moon in July or August
- The Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival in Suva, August
- Annual Street Party, Suva, New Year’s Eve