Best Time to Visit Fiji

Fiji a destination located in the south pacific offering almost 330 tropical islands and providing world’s most clearly diving water. Right from the month of July to September visitors are attracted to clearest waters and coolest hiking opportunities. If you don’t mind to have a humid weather or few showers you would get lower prices during the wet seasons.


It would be great time to visit the Fiji during May to October which is a winter season. During this time of the year you would be experiencing the lower humidity, relaxed temperatures and risk of the cyclone will be low. Visiting Fiji during the November to April would be good too, however you might experience tropical which may occur between Decembers – April. Weather in Fiji will be humid during the wet season with showers lasting for days. The temperature is most likely to range from 64F Degree in July – August to 86F Degree in December – January.

Crowds and Availability

The crowd will be modest around February, March and November. During this time it will be cool temperature; lowest number of tourists and great discounts makes it perfect time to travel Fiji. December and January are considered as the busiest time for Fijian travelers. Students in Fiji will be having the school holidays during April – mid of May, mid of August to early September and December to late January. From October to early November it is a Diwali festive in Fiji which is extremely busy.


As a tourist you would definitely love to have better bargain during November to April. You would also be looking for last minute deals around this time. If you are looking to visit Fiji during May to October. Prices will be at a peak during June and July. Budget Travels would be listing Great Deals on Fiji hotel packages and airfare if you are looking to book by the end of September or October.


If you are looking for a romance or planning a honeymoon visiting Fiji at solstice time during the late September or late March would be a perfect time. The sun rays reflect off the lagoon to bring out the deepest colors in the water.


Though the country has its own festivals, they are not huge attractions for the visitors. The local population does arrange various annual events which gets crowded. Such as Nadi Town’s July Bula Festive, Latouka City’s Sept. sugar Festive, Fiji’s November Diwali Festival and Suva’s December Christmas carnival.


Fiji holds the reputation of the soft coral capital of the world and have finest and accessible dives in the Pacific. There are tropical fish, colorful corals, whales, manta rays and mackerels. From May to October it will be a great time to have a diving experience as the water will have best visibility in the dry season.