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Fiji is where seclusion adds extra
intimacy to already romantic weddings.

From the blue lagoons to the lush rainforest,
it’s literally heaven everywhere you look.

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So, where is it?

Nestled deep in the South Seas, Fiji is midway between Vanuatu and the Kingdom of Tonga. It is the hub of the South West Pacific.

Known as the “crossroads of the South Pacific,” Fiji offers 322 islands to explore, and any one of them can be yours. Here, you can swim through coral reefs, dive in blue lagoons, hike over grassy ridges, wander through lush tropical rainforests and witness the country’s intriguing history by visiting old coconut plantations, sugar mills and nods to its bygone whaling days. Inter-island travel is easy; it’s coming home that will be difficult.


This group of islands, 20 in all, is picture-perfect Fiji. Find white-sand beaches and cerulean waters here, and go surfing, diving or snorkeling. Don’t miss the Malolo Barrier Reef and the lagoon teeming with colorful coral and fish. Inside the Malolo Barrier Reef you’ll view grey, white, and black-tip reef sharks. North Reef, also known as the Circus, features lots of clown fish and plate corals.


Black-sand beaches skirt the perimeter of this haven for divers, snorkellers and nature lovers, but you’ll find white sand upon the beaches of Lavena and Matei. Two of Fiji’s highest peaks are on Taveuni: Des Voeux Peak and Mt. Uluigalau, the country’s second-hightest summit. Don’t miss Rainbow Reef, the Great White Wall, the Zoo, Vuna Reef, and if you’re brave, Waitavala Water Slide!


One of Fiji's most stunning regions, the Yasawas are a chain of 20 ancient volcanic islands; four of which have dramatic elevations with summits nearly 2,400 feet above sea level. Located northwest of Nadi, the islands lie within the rain shadow of Viti Levu, Fiji’s biggest island, so rainfall is infrequent. The pristine, white sandy beaches and dramatic monoliths surrounded by crystal clear lagoons provide a beautiful environment in which to relax or enjoy kayaking, snorkeling, fishing and more.


Called “The Hidden Paradise” of Fiji, its main town of Savusavu has just over 7,000 people and is the island’s main port. Picturesque and charming, cruising yachts often dock here and the surrounding mountain and reefs make Savusavu an incomparable diving location. Located on Fiji’s northern island of Vanua Levu, Savusavu is famous for its geothermal hot springs, which boil out among fractured coral. Tourism is growing here, but this is an island that is still blissfuly unspoiled.

Jennifer Glatt: Virtuoso of Travel

I have a passion for new places, new adventures, and all things travel. In the last four years I've visited over 15 countries, not including the various islands, cays and international waters I've traversed to get to those places. I adore domestic travel, as well, and look forward to my next trip--wherever that may be!

Fiji is without a doubt the perfect honeymoon destination, affordable luxury at its very best. Remote but easy to get to, all paths lead to your very own grass shack on the beach. Polynesian, Micronesian, Melanesian, Indo-Fijian and even Chinese cultures mix together in Fiji, presenting you with endless cuisine options and ways to experience these amazing islands. The island chains surrounding Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, the two main islands, require time and effort to visit, but your efforts are handsomely rewarded with dramatic landscapes, seascapes and privacy beyond compare. Experience Fiji on land and through the life aquatic; the water here is sacred, the people incredibly friendly. Visit these tiny slices of Heaven way out in the Koro Sea--we guarantee you'll be planning your return soon.

Featured Activities

Mananuca Islands - Fijian Islands & Snorkel Cruise including Beach BBQ

Snorkel the Fijian coral reefs, swim in the blue water or simply relax and enjoy the natural beauty on this Fijian full-day cruise.

Denarau - Castaway Island
Day Cruise

Enjoy a day on idyllic Castaway Island. Cruise through the Mamanuca Islands on board a luxury high-speed catamaran to Castaway Island, laze in the sun beneath the palm trees on golden sand beaches, or snorkel amongst the coral and marine life.. Lunch will be served at Castaway Island's beach side restaurant and enjoy a drink as you are entertained by the friendly Fijian crew on your return!

Coral Coast - Navua River Village and
Kava Ceremony Tour including Lunch

Take a leisurely boat trip up the Navua River, passing traditional villages and through untouched beauty of waterfalls and gorges, join in a Kava ceremony, enjoy a Fijian lunch and swim in the fresh mountain water on this full-day tour.

Nadi - Vuda lookout, Sabeto Valley &
Garden of the Sleeping Giant Tour

Travel through the beautiful Sabeto Valley to the Gardens of the Sleeping Giant, where you will discover the largest orchid collection in Fiji. Enjoy a 360 degree view of the island from Vuda Lookout, and enjoy a tropical fruit juice and seasonal fruits from the orchard as you relax in a Fijian Bure.

Fiji time is Greenwich Mean Time plus 12 hours and does observe Daylight Saving Time. Simply put, Fiji is 20 hours ahead of California (Pacific Standard Time). Flying to the South Pacific, you cross over the international date line so technically you “lose” a day flying there, but regain it flying back home.

Entry/Exit Requirements: To enter Fiji, you will need a passport valid for at least three months after your scheduled departure date from Fiji. You will also need proof that you have enough money to travel and that you have an onward or return ticket. You do not need a visa if you are a tourist staying less than four months. If you are traveling to the Lau group of islands by yacht, you need special permission from your first port of entry into Fiji. For more information on entry/exit requirements, you can contact the Embassy of the Republic of Fiji at 2000 M Street NW, Suite 710, Washington DC 20036, by phone at (202) 466-8320. You can also contact the Fiji Mission to the United Nations in New York. If you are entering Fiji by boat, please pay special attention to the important requirements for access into Fiji. Visit the Embassy of Fiji website for the most current visa information.

Languages: Fijian and English are the official languages.

Currency: The Fijian Dollar.

Electrical sockets (outlets) in the Republic of the Fiji Islands are "Type I" Australian AS-3112 with a voltage requirement of 220-240 Volts. To adapt 110-120V appliances, you will need an adapter, a transformer and a converter. To adapt 110-120V appliances, you will need an adapter, a transformer and a converter.

Planning Ahead

As you plan your destination wedding, take time to thoroughly research the legal requirements to wed in your chosen destination. Some countries have residency requirements while others require a set amount of time between the filing of your application and the actual wedding ceremony. Below you’ll find a list of questions you need to answer before you get too far down the planning path (in case any of the answers may force you to change your destination decision). Also, you’ll find links to each country’s tourism office, consulate or embassy, where you can find specific information regarding entry requirements, residency requirements, license fees and requirements, etc.

No matter where you go, both the bride and the groom should expect to bring the following:

  • Current passports
  • Original birth certificates
  • Divorce papers, if relevant
  • Death certificate of deceased former spouse, if relevant

Questions to consider:

  • What are the entry requirements for the destination?
  • What are the residency requirements to obtain a marriage license?
  • What is the waiting period?
  • Are any physical exams or blood tests required?
  • Do we need witnesses? Do they need to be local witnesses?
  • What are the fees required?
  • Are there any religious requirements?
  • Can you provide your own officiant to marry you or does the ceremony need to be performed by a local officiant?
  • (Alternatively, the two of you could get married in a civil ceremony stateside and dispense with the legalities in your destination and have a symbolic ceremony instead.)

If you intend to get married in Fiji, you are required by Fijian law to obtain and sign a marriage license from the nearest marriage registry prior to your marriage ceremony. Make sure to check out this link if you’re getting married in Fiji:


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