Despite having over 300 islands to explore, getting around and navigating Fiji transport is surprisingly easy and affordable. A reliable network of buses and ferries service both Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Taxis are also common on the two main islands, and hiring a car is you best chance to travel further afield.
Chartering a boat or light plane not only provides the best transport out to the smaller, uninhabited islands, but it also presents you with magnificent views. Explore a country brimming with natural beauty on every island.
You will find taxis on Viti Levu, Vanua Levu, Tavenui, and Oval. Taxi depots are usually located alongside bus stations in each town. In more built-up areas, taxis are in over-supply, competing for the business brought by Fiji’s tourists. In rural areas, most taxi drivers don't keep meters. Make sure to consult your hotel on what prices you should expect.
In Fiji, public transport is abundant and cheap. Express coach services are excellent for getting from one side of the main islands to the other. Air-conditioned and comfortable, coaches are the most relaxing way to travel long haul. Local buses are a little bit different. Stopping wherever and whenever they please, and lacking glass in the window frames, they’re an adventure all of their own (but you might want to give them a miss).
Discover the most beautiful Fiji beaches, forests, and villages all on foot. Walking trails and spectacular treks will take you all over the islands. Explore deep into lush rainforests, teeming with magnificent native wildlife. Walk the pristine sand beaches and secluded coves without a care in the world. Join a guided tour to find those places only the locals known.