October 10, 2009

Home of ZIP Fiji.

Kumar Zipping in Fiji

Feel the rush as you soar high through the rain forest on the most thrilling and only canopy zip lines in the South Pacific!! A wild and fun adventure you will never forget!!

Our canopy is fully inside the jungle, located just minutes from Pacific Harbour in the beautiful and mystical mountains, maximizing your fun time on the zip lines.

Learn about and enjoy our amazing wild life and vegetation, including flying foxes, endemic birds, parrots, colourful butterflies, unique frogs, breathtaking flowers and other animals and trees you can only dream about.

All at the home of ZIP Fiji.

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July 31, 2009

Adventures in Travel Expo – Chicago, New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles,Seattle

ZIP FIJI, Fiji’s only canopy zip line adventure operator, Zip Fiji, has found a popular following among locals and tourists alike since it opened earlier this year.

Located at Wainadoi near Pacific Harbour, the zipline adventure course consists of traversing from treetop to treetop using specialized climbing equipment over horizontal cables in the beautiful and mystic Namosi mountains.

Safety is of paramount importance and Zip Fiji works closely with professionals from Costa Rica, the place where they invented the sport!! More information on Fiji’s latest adventure craze can be found at www.zip-fiji.com

Adventures in Travel Expo – Chicago, New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles,Seattle

June 25, 2009

$863 -- Fiji from Los Angeles (Roundtrip), incl. Taxes

$863 -- Fiji from Los Angeles (Roundtrip), incl. Taxes* new

Fiji from Los Angeles

Top 20 deal - sells out quickly!

Travel dates: June 10 - Dec. 30

Fares to Fiji from Los Angeles have been slashed to an amazing price of $863 roundtrip, including taxes. This fare is available for travel June 10 - Dec. 30 on Air Pacific to Nadi on Fiji's the main island of Viti Levu.

This sale ends July 14.

Click here to purchase tickets directly with Air Pacific. Look for the "Get Packing" fare at a base fare of $565. Final price will include approximately $298 in taxes and fees.

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June 13, 2009

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May 5, 2009

Fiji zip trekking

Fiji zip trekking

As Kelly Landry discovered, Fiji isn't just about sun, sand and water — it has thousands of hectares of fantastic rainforest. However, if you aren't particularly enamoured by bushwalking but still enjoy an adventure, do what Kelly did and take a canopy tour, known as zip trekking.

Zip trekking originated in Costa Rica and uses specialised climbing equipment to ride steel cables between two fixed points, in the case of Fiji, platforms as high as 45m off the ground.

You are strapped into a harness and connected to a wire known as a zip line and you slide along, making stops at 10 platforms along the way. There you can enjoy the beauty of the rainforest canopy and chat to local guides about the area.

It takes around an hour to do the eight runs on the canopy tour, but you can go around as many times as you wish. You do have a brake to slow things down, but once you feel confident and give the brake a miss, you will fly above the trees at about 60km/h.

At the end of the ride you encounter the Scream line, the longest zip in the South Pacific, running 200m across a river.

While a little apprehensive at first and admitting a zip experience is not for the faint hearted, Kelly ended up pronouncing it was great fun. But she was pleased to know there were plenty of guides to keep you safe and who will tow you in if you should get stuck.


Pacific Harbour, two hours from Nadi on Viti Levu.


Zip Fiji has two-hour zip line tours including equipment and guide costing $100 for adults and $55 for children. It opens every day from 8am to 8pm and if you book online you will receive a 10 percent discount.

Pacific Blue has flights to Nadi.

One-way fares from:

  • Brisbane $269
  • Sydney $289
  • Melbourne $329
  • Canberra $339
  • Darwin $379
  • Adelaide $399
  • Perth $409
  • Hobart $429

There are limited seats which may not be available at peak times or on all flights. Fares quoted are one-way booked on the Internet. An extra $15 will be charged for phone bookings. A credit card surcharge of an additional $2 per person per one-way flight is applicable. Fares are correct at April 2, 2009 and are subject to change.

Prices correct at April 2, 2009.

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April 26, 2009

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April 2, 2009

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January 21, 2009

Fiji’s Tourism industry has been largely unaffected by the recent flooding

20th of January 2009


Tourism Fiji in collaboration with key industry partners including the Fiji Islands Hotel and Tourism Association (FIHTA), Society of Fiji Travel Associates (SOFTA) and Air Pacific confirmed that the necessary infrastructure, facilities and equipment to operate Fiji’s Tourism industry has been largely unaffected by the recent flooding with only minor damage reported by member Hotels, Resorts, Transport, Transfer and Cruise Operators, and International and Domestic airlines.

The industry is unified in its efforts and working hard to reassure visitor’s considering travel to Fiji to take advantage of Fiji’s tropical climate, excellent deals and of course to enjoy Fiji’s biggest asset – it’s warm, friendly people.

Key strategies to lure visitors to our shores include wide ranging familiarization visits commencing early next week to key tourism areas by prominent Travel Wholesalers, Travel Agents and Trade Press to demonstrate first hand the experiences Fiji has to offer. This will be followed up by great value holiday deals initially in the key source markets of Australia and New Zealand driven by Tourism Fiji and its partners.

In a meeting with the Minister for Tourism on Monday, the Minister reinforced his support for the industry and assured stakeholders that Government will facilitate road upgrading and other necessary infrastructure works to key Tourism areas as a priority. Government recognizes the resilience of the Tourism industry, its ability to quickly facilitate economic recovery, and its widespread importance to the local community.

The private sector continues to invest heavily in the industry with new hotel developments coming on line this year and new routes being opened up by Air Pacific.

Fiji’s Tourism Industry offers a wide range of Holiday experiences for local and international tourists, and support to Fiji’s tourism industry is critical to generate important foreign exchange enabling assistance to areas that have sustained damage by flooding.

The Tourism industry acknowledges and thanks the support offered by Government and global industry partners and will continue to cooperate closely with key stakeholders to achieve targeted visitor arrivals. The industry also realizes the importance of working with the media and seeks their support in the recovery process.

For further information please contact:

Mr Josefa Tuamoto
Chief Executive Officer
Tourism Fiji
Phone: 6722433

Fiji’s Tourism industry has been largely unaffected by the recent flooding