Cost: Starting at FJD 220 ($115 USD)
Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park
Located on the island of Viti Levu, Sigatoka was designated as Fiji’s first National Park in the eighties. You can take a one or two hour walk or hire a guide to see archaeological sites, wildlife, and and sand dunes that are 20 to 60 metres high.
More Information: http://www.fiji.travel/activity/sigatoka-sand-dunes-national-park
Experience the highlands and rivers of Fiji’s interior with off road vehicles.
Cost: FJD 75 ($39 USD) for a half day rental
Jump from a plane at 14,000 feet over the beautiful beaches and turquoise water of the Mamanuca Islands.
Cost: Starting at FJD 495 ($258 USD) from 8,000 ft
Jet Boat Rides
Leaving from Port Denarau Marina in Nadi, these boats will take you on a fast and thrilling ride.
Cost: Starting at FJD 69 ($36 USD) for a 35 minute ride
Learn to surf on the Coral Coast on the main island of Fiji.
Wind Surf off the Denarau Resort beaches from April to October- when the weather is ideal for this sport.
Cost: FJD 33 ($17 USD) for one hour or FJD 60 ($31 USD) for a one hour lesson
Take a guided tour or rent a bike and set off on your own to explore the Nadi Mountain Range. Follow the tracks through rural Fiji and see small villages surrounded by nature.
Cost: Starting at FJD 50 ($26 USD) for a one day rental
Flyboarding is becoming more popular and it’s now available in Fiji. Get up to 30 feet high as you ‘surf the sky’.
Cost: FJD 229 ($119 USD)
Cannibal Cave Tour
This tour takes you to Naihehe Caves- used by Fiji’s last cannibal tribes. It may seem like an ordinary cave with stalactites and stalagmites, but there’s also a ritual platform and a cannibal oven.
White Water Rafting
A rafting trip through the scenic Upper Navua River provides views of the surrounding rainforest, waterfalls, and widlife- including parrots and fruit bats.
Cost: $219 USD for a one day trip
Swim with Manta Rays
If you’re visiting Fiji between May and October, you can swim with Manta Rays in the waters surrounding Manta Ray Island.
More Information: http://www.fiji.travel/activity/swim-manta-ray-dive-sharks
This is only the tip of the iceberg of adventurous activities in Fiji. There are still so many other options, like game fishing, dolphin watching, wakeboarding, kite surfing, helicopter rides, and jungle laser tag- to name a few. Fiji is also surprisingly affordable, so you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank when you visit.