Yacht Charter in Fiji

Yacht Charter in Fiji

Palm lined sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and stunning coral reefs, surely the image that comes to most when hearing the word “paradise”. Fiji can only be described as just that, from its rugged landscapes to its live coral reefs, there is so much to not only visit but also experience amongst the idyllic islands that make up Fiji.

Consisting of an archipelago of more than 330 islands there is something to satisfy everyone’s desires. 220 of these islands are not permanently inhabited so for the more discerning traveller the prospect of enjoying your very own private island is a luxury that Fiji is proud to offer.

With a population of under 1 million (913,000),  it is sparsely inhabited, meaning wherever you decide to explore from the many clear lagoons to the private luxurious waterfalls in Bouma National heritage park, your very own piece of private paradise can be found around every corner.

Where is Fiji

Part of Oceania in the South pacific ocean, Fiji is 1,700 miles northeast of Sydney, Australia and 1,100 miles north of Auckland New Zealand. Covering a total area of 75,000 (square miles) and 702 miles of stunning coastline to discover.

Fiji is a tropical paradise like no other. It is the hub of the south west pacific between Vanuatu and Tonga. Moor your yacht at one of the stunning ports and take in everything these unique islands have to offer. If you feel like stretching your legs why not hike to the highest point of Mount Tomanivi on Viti Levu, which would have the most breathtaking views.

What to see in Fiji

The country is teaming with quiet serene beaches to stroll down and unparalleled calm still waters. However, If you are looking for some water sports fun you can find almost every activity you would need in Nadi. From jet ski, scuba diving and snorkelling, to skydiving and zip lining, Nadi could keep you entertained for a lifetime.

It is at the nearby Denarau island where you’ll find excellent golf and tennis facilities and a huge waterpark for the young and young at heart.

The capital port city of Suva on the island of Viti Levu is home to Fiji museum and some beautiful British colonial architecture. Suva not only offers fantastic daytime sights but when the sun goes down the city hosts a vibrant nightlife, where most nightclubs and bars remain open until 5am. Apart from nightclubs, there are lounges and bars that cater to those seeking low key entertainment. With 78 parks, shopping and retail areas this gem in the south pacific are truly unmissable.

If all of that is not enough you can find more boutique shops and eateries throughout Viti Levu. If soaking up some of the local culture is more your thing, there are an abundance of villages and rural areas that are just waiting to be explored, offering an insight into rich traditions, showcasing various cultures that have come together to create a unique multicultural national identity and offering you a glimpse into everyday life in Fiji.

The volcanic Mamanuca islands are a popular tourist destination comprising of over 20 individual islands, although 7 of the islands are covered during high tides. There are even more activities to be found here, including water sports and breathtaking views.

From the glistening Tavoro waterfalls to Sabeto hot springs and mud pool, Fiji could be the blissful relaxation you’ve been looking for.

Essential travel info for Fiji

The country is home to an international airport found in Nadi and countless ports for you to disembark and breathe in everything fiji has to offer. The currency used is the Fijian dollar.

How to charter a yacht in Fiji

You can access Fiji by air and sea. Once there, setting sail and exploring by yacht to is the best way to experience everything the area has to offer, and make the holiday your own.

Princess Charter offer a variety of yachts for charter in Fiji ranging from 20 metres to 100 metres in length. To book your perfect getaway, give our team a call 0207 499 5050, or email info@princessyachtcharter.com. Alternatively, leave a few details here, and we’ll call you back.