Let’s take a look at when to go and not step foot in Fuji for the best holiday ever.
November and February to April are Fiji’s rainy season, with the rain pouring down like cats and dogs on a daily basis while the humidity levels are high. Though you can get the best Fiji resort at a reduced rate during these months, there is no point in going to a beach town when you can’t enjoy the waves is there?
The Fijian winter, or the shoulder season, is during the months May to October. Less rainfall, lower humidity rates, and bearable temperatures are the norms for this season. The risk of cyclones during these months is also lower, in comparison to the months earlier.
It's the weekend here in #Fiji! With a setting like this and this amazing stretch of natural white sandy beach at our doorstep, we thought that it would be a great day to #relax, kick back and watch the world go by! If you've visited our mutli award-winning Resort, what was your favorite memory when you last stayed with us? We'd love to hear from you about this. If you're planning a trip to visit us and it will be your first time, tag the one one that you would love to spend time wih on this amazing #beach #BeachLife #Luxury #HeavenOnEarth
If you are planning to visit Fuji June to September or December to January, book your hotels months in advance when allowed, like at the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa, for example. The prices tend to go up drastically as this is when the weather is picture perfect and the white sandy beaches are welcoming.
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