About Fiji Islands

Over 300 islands form the friendly Fiji Islands, centrally located in the South Pacific with a flight network spanning Australia, New Zealand, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Singapore and beyond.

The warm, tropical climate attracts millions of international visitors to this Pacific hub, home to a harmonious mix of indigenous Fijians, Indo-Fijians, Europeans and Chinese amongst others.

Its stunning natural setting and eclectic host of international hotel properties – Hilton, Sofitel, Sheraton, Marriot, Six Senses, Radisson- and the famous local hospitality place tourism as Fiji’s main industry.

The central island is Viti Levu, home to the main international airport on its West, and the capital city of Suva to its East, followed by the island of Vanua Levu, another centre of natural beauty and romantic resorts.

The Mamanuca Islands

Fiji is renowned for its exquisite marine life, shark diving and surf sites including Namotu and Cloud Break, providing all travellers a variety of fun activities, as well as being a major wedding and honeymoon destination

Few regions can match the Mamanuca Group, a visual masterpiece of over 20 pristine islands off the coast of Nadi. It is home to a mix of backpack lodges, luxury resorts and quaint native villages, with crystal clear lagoons, charming sand banks and world-famous surf spots to delight in.

Travellers are spoilt for choice with the amazing natural beauty and activities to behold and it’s easy to see why the magic Mamanucas are one of the Pacific’s most photographed wonders.

Seeing the islands is one thing but getting around is another and with Hidden Gem, travelers will find the perfect way to savor each moment on board the Momo Gem.