If you know anything about Fiji, then you know that it’s a place bejeweled with some of the most stunning beaches in the world. The post-card images of turquoise water lapping gently against palm-tree crested beaches of milky white are every bit as real as you could ever expect. But unlike other beaches that you may be accustomed to in say, Australia, most of the beaches in Fiji aren’t what you’d call ‘surf beaches’. Meaning, there aren’t waves crashing on the shore and surfers pock-marked across the horizon. Due to most of the islands of Fiji being bordered by coral reefs, the waters shouldering the land are typically quite lagoon-like – perfect for snorkelling, water sports, paddling around or just admiring the natural wonderment.
But with so many beaches available to see in Fiji, it’s a common issue amongst travelers as to which ones they should visit. So we’ve come up with a list of six of the best. But you should also keep in mind that even if you don’t visit these beaches, any experience on a beach in Fiji is something you’re going to love and remember for a long time to come.