A Fiji honeymoon is a once in a lifetime experience that requires a lot of daydreaming, a lot of planning, and two hearts filled with unconditional love and a vow to never be apart.
Undeniably, one of the most romantic places on earth, Fiji does it like no other country can. Clear turquoise waters, romantic spectacular sunsets, breathtaking beaches, delightful wining and dining, and plenty of adventure is what you should expect from a honeymoon in Fiji.
Our Fiji honeymoon guide is filled with where to stay and what to do in the Yasawa Islands, Mamanuca Islands, Qamea Islands, Taveuni Islands, Vanua Levu and Viti Levu for romance and adventure. It is also filled with the best honeymoon cruises in Fiji.
Now that you and your partner have decided to pamper yourself with an unperturbed honeymoon in paradise, let’s explore the various Fiji Islands and what they have in store for you two lovelies.
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Situated north of the famous Mamanuca Islands, the Yasawa Islands are a rather unexplored group of islands with brilliant natural beauty and a much-deserved break from urbanization. Comprising of 6 major and endless minor volcanic islets, the Yasawas are a fabulous option for your honeymoon in Fiji.
Where to Stay in the Yasawa Islands
With limited commercialization, the Yasawas offer a limited number of resorts but they all have one thing in common – excellent hospitality and service.
Yasawa Island Resort and Spa
For an unforgettable Fiji honeymoon, this resort offers you an experience where you can spend the morning snorkeling in the azure waters, indulging in a day spa with your partner, and enjoying a fresh picnic basket under the stars.
Book your stay Yasawa Island Resort and Spa
Turtle Island Resort
Considered as one of the most private and all-inclusive resorts in the world, this resort on Nanuya Levu is where perfection meets class. An intimate experience to cherish for life, the resort offers accommodation in deluxe rooms with a plethora of services such as on-site scuba diving, refreshing spa treatments, and island-hopping tours.
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Navutu Stars Resort
If the two of you are nature lovers and would prefer being surrounded by the surreal tropical flora and fauna of the Yasawa Islands, this is the only boutique resort on the collection of islands. It offers fantastic beach bungalows overlooking glistening, white sands, and clear blue Fijian waters.
What to Do in the Yasawa Islands
There is a lot to see and do around this marvelous group of volcanic islands. To begin with, explore the colorful underwater life by taking a scuba diving trip or swim with manta rays.
Alternatively, go hiking on the Wayalailai and enjoy a splendid sunrise or sunset. For a rather traditional experience, attend a Kava Ceremony or take a stroll through one of the friendly Fijian villages.
The area is well known for spectacular scuba diving and snorkeling opportunities. You’ll also be in the footsteps of the mysterious Sawa i-Lau Caves and shouldn’t miss the opportunity to visit them if you’re staying in the Yasawa Islands.
The postcard-perfect islands of Mamanuca are characterized by white sandy beaches, a palm-fringed shoreline, dazzling turquoise waters, and a vibe like no place else. A popular spot for vacationing tourists and, of course, honeymooning couples, the group comprises of 20 different islets.
Where to Stay in the Mamanuca Islands
Likuliku Lagoon Resort
If you’re looking for an unadulterated time with your newly-wedded partner, this resort is known for its “adult-only” policy and is a great choice for your honeymoon in Fiji. With a five-star rating and world-class hospitality, staying here is an absolute luxury.
Book your stay today at the Likuliku Lagoon Resort
Lomani Island Resort
Next in line of recommended accommodation, this property offers beautifully adorned ocean view bungalows, dining under the stars, free snorkeling, windsurfing, glass-bottom boats, kayaking gear, and a tour desk that can arrange for various activities and adventures around the island.
Book your stay today at the Lomani Island Resort
Tokoriki Island Resort
Another remarkable resort property on the Mamanuca Islands that flaunts a marvelous day spa, a stunning outdoor swimming pool, sea-facing bungalows with hammocks and daybeds, and two wonderful romantic restaurants.
What to Do in the Mamanuca Islands
There are no limits to the activities and adventures you can indulge in during your honeymoon in Fiji, but Mamanuca Islands is the mother of all – think fishing, riding seaplanes over the Fiji Islands, snorkeling, surfing, golfing and so much more.
If you like to party, be sure to check out the famous floating pizzeria and bar of Cloud 9. It’s a fun way to spend a day mingling with fellow travelers and enjoying paradise.
Among the three islets near the more famous Taveuni Island, Qamea Island is filled with high hills and steep valleys and is surrounded by the admirable Fijian waters. The only island in Fiji to not have had a mongoose (to control rat population), Qamea is home to an abundance of tropical flora and fauna which is rare to be found anywhere else in the country.
The island of Qamea is smaller in size as compared to many others in the country and thus, is home to only two beach resorts – both equally amazing in cordiality and grandeur.
Where to Stay on Qamea Island
Qamea Resort & Spa
An exclusively-for-adults oceanfront resort offers traditional yet luxurious rooms and sea-facing villas with a fully-functional day spa and a PADI dive center. This property is regularly voted as one of the best honeymoon spots in the world.
Book your stay today at the Qamea Resort & Spa
Maqai Beach Echo Resort
The only other resort on the island makes for a great “tropical honeymoon” experience for those who prefer living in minimalist wooden bungalows surrounded by swaying palms and walking out of their room straight onto the glistening white sands.
Book your stay today at the Maqai Beach Echo Resort
What to Do on Qamea Island
Take fishing trips and visit the farmer’s market to observe Qamea’s local life. For something more adventurous, hire a private surfing instructor and try your hands at riding some waves.
The hiking is also spectacular, taking you inland up to the top of the island for some astonishing views. The resorts are also able to set up visits to the local villages.
In addition to the things to do on Qamea, it is also possible to arrange day trips to the close by Taveuni Island. This means you don’t have to miss out on Fiji’s Garden Island and it’s famous waterfalls.
The third-largest island in Fiji, Taveuni is also nicknamed the ‘garden island’ because of its lush greenery, impressive beaches, hidden waterfalls, and copious flora and fauna that makes being here every nature lover’s dream come true.
Though not as popular or big as Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, Taveuni is quite popular for honeymooners, luxury travelers, and wildlife enthusiasts.
Where to Stay on Taveuni
Situated in the middle of a tropical rainforest, offers all-meals inclusive packages, on-site diving and snorkeling opportunities, a rejuvenating spa, and tour desk staff who are happy to organize day tours to the surrounding Bouma National Park.
Book your stay today at the Paradise Taveuni
Taveuni Island Resort & Spa
Another jewel in the crown of the island is this paradise within a paradise. Enjoy free kayaking trips or make use of snorkeling gear and go snorkeling with your partner amidst the wonderful reefs.
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Taveuni Palms Resort
Last but definitely not least, this property has an exquisite beach-facing location with elegant villas and private swimming pools. Enjoy an hour-long free massage and spa and relax to the tropical sounds of your surroundings. Get ready to be treated like royalty with personal chefs and a line-up of personal staff to cater to your every need. This personal level of service makes for the ultimate Fiji honeymoon.
Book your stay today at the Taveuni Palms Resort
What to Do on Taveuni Island
When in Taveuni, you absolutely can’t miss the Lavena Coastal Walk, a sunset on the Lake Tagimaucia, and a visit to the Somosomo Strait. Additionally, set aside some time to admire the Tavoro Falls.
Check out our Complete Guide to Taveuni
Once known as Sandalwood Island, Vanua Levu is the second-largest island in the country. Less touristy than Viti Levu, Vanua Levu is a great place for adventure-packed couples whose idea of a honeymoon in Fiji is more than just sipping cocktails and swinging in hammocks.
Being a popular holiday and honeymoon destination, Vanua Levu is dotted with world-class beach resorts.
Where to Stay on Vanua Levu
Emaho Sekawa Resort
Savusavu boasts a glorious infinity pool, private villas with outdoor showers, and plenty of tours and activities to indulge in on your Fiji honeymoon.
Book your stay today at the Emaho Sekawa Resort
Koro Sun Resort & Spa
A short walk from the beach, this property provides stunning seaside villas, a secluded beach, a 9-hole golf course, and optional in-room massages. Fancy jumping straight into the Pacific Ocean just a few steps from your own private villa? It’s possible here at Koro Sun Resort.
Book your stay today at the Koro Sun Resort
Sau Bay Fiji Retreat
A great choice among couples who want to enjoy an idyllic Fiji honeymoon is seeped in love and romance. Nestled amidst a private jungle, the beach resort has well-furnished cottages and tents, endless adventure activities, and a restaurant with mind-blowing local and international cuisine options.
Book your stay today at the Sau Bay Fiji Retreat
What to Do on Vanua Levu
When in Vanua Levu, you must visit the Namena Marine Park and explore their underwater world. Alternatively, take a dip in the medicinal waters of Savusavu Hot springs or go surfing at the famous Rainbow Reef.
You can also spend your days biking around the island, visiting villages, chasing waterfalls, kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba diving to name a few. There is no shortage of things to do on Vanua Levu for an adventurous and curious couple.
The largest Fijian island, Viti Levu is home to the amazing landscape, picturesque beach fronts, and the towering Mount Tomanivi. There is no shortage of things to do or places to visit here as the whole island city is thriving with dreamy travelers and loved-up couples on their Fiji honeymoon who wish to make the most out of their time here.
Being the largest of all, Viti Levu has quite a few significant holiday properties that offer impeccable services and hospitality.
Where to Stay on Viti Levu
Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa
Operated by the Hilton Group, it offers a 2.5 km long private beach, rooms overlooking the Pacific, an imposing infinity pool, and a top-of-the-line spa.
Book your stay today at the Hilton Fiji Beach Resort
Radisson Blu Resort Fiji
It is yet another extravagant beach property encircled by lagoon-like pools, a scenic golf course, and lush greenery. Expect fully-modernized guest suites with bathtubs, large balconies, and stunning views of the lagoon.
Book your stay today at the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji
InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa
A honeymoon in Fiji is all about style and elegance and nobody does it better. Think three swimming pools, an 18-hole golf course, a 24-hour fitness center, a spa and wellness center, and rooms with a view.
Book your stay today at the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa
What to Do on Viti Levu
You could book a month-long honeymoon in Fiji and yet there will always be something left to do, but to make the most of your time here in Viti Levu, visit and explore the Sigatoka Sand Dunes, party the night out in Suva, and raft the Navua River. If time is on your side, scuba dive in the Beqa Lagoon and visit the Garden of the Sleeping Giant.
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Fiji Honeymoon Cruises
Nothing is more romantic than cruising the islands in Fiji. A cruise makes for an excellent honeymoon because they combine romance and adventure with travel. The vacation is in the destinations and onboard the ship.
Why explore one island when you can explore many? Cruises have everything and more than an island resort has to offer to honeymooners. They have spas, celebrity-chef restaurants, 5-star meals, culinary classes, butlers, swanky bars and much more all with the South Pacific as your backdrop.
Cruising in Fiji can be a great option for those looking for romance and adventure on their honeymoon. Below are the best cruise options in Fiji for honeymooners.
8-Day Blue Lagoon Paradise Cruise
Allows you to see Mother Nature at her best, be welcomed into one of the world’s friendliest cultures, discover Fiji’s vibrant underwater world, soak up the sun on countless golden sand beaches, and cool off in one of the many breathtaking lagoons.
Cruise Highlights – Small group – All-inclusive tour – Multi-Day Trip – Mamanucas -Yasawa Islands – Blue Lagoon – Private beach on Nanuya Lailai Island – Modriki Island – Sawa-I-Lau Caves
Book your 8-Day Blue Lagoon Paradise Cruise
7-Night Yasawa Islands Fiji Cruise
Spend six days and seven nights cruising through Fiji’s Yasawa Islands aboard a small luxury ship. Get to know Fiji’s rugged scenery of these volcanic islands and spend lots of time participating in water activities. Guided island tours, water sports, all meals, and the use of snorkel equipment included.
Cruise Highlights – Small group – All-inclusive tour – Multi-Day Trip – See native wildlife in their natural environment – See the underwater world without getting wet – Perfect introduction for first-time visitors – Ideal choice for families – Snorkel gear included
Book your 7-Night Yasawa Islands Fiji Cruise
4-Night Yasawa Islands Fiji Cruise
Around the Yasawa Islands. This cruise allows you to swim and snorkel at beaches and lagoons, tour traditional Fijian villages and enjoy a cruise in a glass-bottomed boat. This small-ship cruise includes onboard accommodation, meals, and facilities including a swimming pool, mini-gym and day spa.
Cruise Highlights – Explore two different island locations each day – Enjoy snorkeling and glass-bottom boat tours (included) or do nothing but relax! – Get a taste of traditional Fiji life with visits to local villages – Optional scuba diving is available (payable onboard) – Small-ship cruise – Departs Port Denarau every Tuesday
Book your 4-Night Yasawa Islands Fiji Cruise
3-Night Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands Cruise
This small-ship cruise includes onboard accommodation, meals, and facilities including a swimming pool, mini-gym and day spa.
Cruise Highlights – Explore Fiji’s Mamanuca and Yasawa island chains – Enjoy snorkeling, glass-bottom boat tours, and scuba diving – Visit local villages – Departs Port Denarau every Saturday
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