It’s easy to get swept away by Fiji and it begins with the sweet serenade of Bula Meleya, Fiji’s welcome song and the heartfelt promise of happiness and joyful celebration being together once again. There’s much to rejoice now that Fiji is open and calling couples back for barefoot strolls along its secluded beaches, hammock swings under pretty palms and romantic seaside sunsets. 

Whether couples are seeking outdoor adventures, underwater encounters or absolute luxury, couples are spoilt for romantic experiences in Fiji. 

Here are the best things to do in Fiji for couples in love:

Arrive in Style

Stay at the luxurious couples only Likuliku Lagoon Resort located in the enviable Mamanuca Islands. Spoil your loved one with an overwater Bure overlooking the natural lagoon. 

For a seamless transfer and unforgettable experience, take to the skies in a private helicopter where you can soar over tiny island jewels scattered amongst a sea of blue hues. 

Daydream on Cloud 9

Dial up the romance with a date on Cloud 9, a two-level floating bar located in Ro Ro Reef’s shimmering turquoise water. 

Share a wood-fired pizza and sip on colourful cocktails from the shaded day beds. For the more adventurous, hire jet skis and island hop the Mamanuca Islands or explore world-famous surf break nearby. 

Picnic in Paradise

Surprise your loved one with a secluded picnic at Castaway Sand Cay Beach. Spend a few heavenly hours on a tidal islet surrounded by nothing but the blue of the sky and sea. 

Armed with all the essentials needed when stranded on a deserted island including: Prosecco, a fresh picnic hamper, sunshade and beach chairs. Sit back and relax doing what you both want, when you want. Just remember to take a drool worthy snap to prove you both were there before the boat returns. 

Located a short 7-minute boat ride from Royal Davui, stay at the boutique adults only luxury private island resort, positioned in the heart of picturesque Beqa Lagoon. 

Snorkel with Rays

Share a magical experience snorkelling alongside majestic manta rays. These giants of the sea hypnotically glide through the nutrient rich cobalt currents of the Yasawa and Kadavu Islands from May to October.

Stay at Yasawa Island Resort & Spa, exclusive all-inclusive resort with 18 luxury beachside bures, 11 soft sandy beaches and a private airstrip. The resorts dedicated dive team can assist with escorted manta ray snorkel tours. 

Hit the Heights

Love conquers all, even the soaring heights of Mt Tomanivi, Fiji’s highest mountain in the Northern Highlands. 

Tackle the extinct volcano with Talanoa Treks their guided walk begins with a tour of a local village before setting on 1,323 metre climb through jungle and cloud forest. At the summit, celebrate your conquest together with a vista stretching across to the Yasawa Islands. For those unlucky to get a clear day, there’s a small consolation of a river swim and cup of tea. 

Get Hot and Dirty

Sabeto Hot Springs is positioned in a verdant valley surrounded by jungle-clad mountains on the main island of Viti Levu. The geothermal mud pools run by locals, charges a fraction of the cost of a metropolitan day spa with a vista money can’t buy. 

Soak in the hot sulphuric mud and slather it onto your loved one. Long favoured by locals who believe the mineral-rich mud is a skin cleanser and cure for arthritic pain, there’s no reason not to try, you may even appear more rejuvenated for it. 

Chase Waterfalls

Aptly dubbed the Garden Isle, the incredibly green island of Taveuni with its tangles of trees and jungle is also home to Bouma National Park, which occupies 80 percent of the island. The off the beaten vibe and relative remoteness compared to the other popular islands of Fiji makes it a wonderfully romantic place for couples to connect. 

Within the national park lies the breathtaking three-tiered Tavoro Falls, each with its own fern-lined natural swimming pool. The base of Tavoro Falls is by far the most popular and beautiful standing at 24 meters tall. The upper falls takes the longest to climb, it’s worth the effort to be able to swim in a watering hole teeming with prawns.

Just Keep Swimming

Stay at Kokomo Island Resort, a 140-acre all-inclusive private island encircled by the Great Astrolabe Reef offering 21 exclusive beachfront villas, each with its own infinity pool. The resorts own private air hangar and luxury transfer lounge offers the ultimate VIP treatment. 

Kokomo has one of the largest and most abundant soft coral reefs in Fiji and the underwater world is liken to swimming in an aquarium. Learn to dive together in Kokomo’s clear warm waters or take a short snorkel trip to the most Kokomo Island Resort Pontoon the most ‘grammable pontoon in Fiji and explore the immaculate coral reef.