A woman stands by a waterfall in Fiji.

17 Ways to Get Wet in Fiji

6 March 2017
Read Time: 1.2 mins

If you want to get wet in Fiji, you’ll find plenty of gorgeous places to make a splash. From picturesque lagoons to towering surf breaks, beauteous waterfalls to funky watering holes, here are 17 ways to take the plunge in this South Pacific nation of perfection. Check out these awesome shots courtesy of our friends at Tourism Fiji.

1. Wet Your Whistle at a Floating Bar

 

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2. Swim in the Sea ... Flippers Optional

 

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3. Go Stand-Up Paddleboarding at Sunrise

 

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4. Paddle Your Own Canoe ... or Kayak

 

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5. Or You Can Just Go Downstairs

 

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6. Find Your Own Private Waterfall

 

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7. Take the Plunge with A Four-Legged Friend

 

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8. Swing into Action

 

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9. Don Snorkel and Flippers

 

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10. Make Like a Local Spearfisherman

 

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11. Find Your Perfect Swimming Pool

 

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12. Go With the Flow

 

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13. Look A Reef Shark in the Eye

 

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14. Dive the Reefs

 

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15. Explore a Sacred Cave

 

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16. Surf Like a Pro at Cloudbreak

 

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17. Share a Drop of Friendship at a Kava Ceremony

 

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Renae Spinks

Travel for me is about conversations and connections. There’s nothing like setting foot in a new land and meeting people a world apart. From talking to North Sea fishermen in Norway’s Lofoten Islands to breakfast chat at a B&B in my own back yard, there’s always a story to share and a tale to tell.