Fiji All Inclusive Vacations

All inclusive trips to Fiji are ideal for travelers seeking an escape to an island paradise in the South Pacific. Whether you're planning a honeymoon or just want to get away for a while with friends or family, the array of Fiji all inclusive packages will have you covered. Fiji all inclusive vacations can see you relaxing on a stunning beach, horseback riding through a lush rain forest, or even taking to the seas in a sailboat or kayak. There's plenty of fun to be had on all inclusive vacations to Fiji, and come the end of your trip, you probably won't want to leave.

Booking a stay at one of the all inclusive Fiji resorts is arguably the easiest way to go if you want to enjoy a hassle-free Fiji visit. For families, the Plantation Island Resort is a good fit, as both kids and adults have a range of fun activities to enjoy. Jet skiing, kayaking, and banana boating are just some of the activities that might interest you during your stay. For couples who are planning romantic all inclusive trips to Fiji, both the Marlin Bay Resort and the Castaway Resort (pictured) should more than meet their needs.

Most of the Fiji resorts are relatively upscale, and for those who are interested in luxurious all inclusive trips to Fiji, booking a stay at the Vatulele Island Resort is often a good way to go. The resort is located on an inviting, almost mile-long beach, and if you're up for some scuba diving, the five-star Vatulele Island Resort boasts an excellent PADI diving facility. Scuba diving typically isn't included in the Fiji all inclusive packages, but it's certainly worth the extra fees if you're interested in exploring the archipelago's mesmerizing underwater world.

There are plenty of resorts worth considering when planning Fiji all inclusive vacations, including the Turtle Island Resort, the Nukubati Island Resort, the Namale Fiji Island Resort, and the Wakaya Club, among others. The Wakaya Club is especially worth keeping in mind if you're looking to go scuba diving, as guests here can enjoy two daily scuba tank dives on every day but Sunday. Regardless of which resort you choose to stay at on all inclusive vacations to Fiji, you can expect your one-time fee to cover your accommodations, your meals, and a host of complimentary activities. Most of your drinks should also be included in your all inclusive package, and this often includes alcoholic beverages.

Simply booking a stay at a resort is always an option when it comes to all inclusive vacations to Fiji, but in addition, you might also look to arrange something even more complete. The packages that revolve around all inclusive vacations to Fiji will not only include your stay at an all inclusive resort, but also your airfare, your airport transfers, and other local transportation once you arrive. These packages take convenience to the next level, as the only thing that you will need to do is show up at the airport in time to catch your flight. It's a good idea to compare the different Fiji all inclusive packages, as some will offer perks that others won't, giving you a chance to choose the vacation that best suits you. Perhaps a round of golf or a fishing excursion will pique your interest, in which case you can search for packages that include such things. In addition, don't forget to consider a Fiji cruise when planning Fiji all inclusive vacations, as cruises are all inclusive by nature. You can often start your search by looking for cruises to Fiji that leave from Australia.

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