Nadi

Fiji’s third largest city, the town of Nadi is a perfect starting point to discover the tropical charms of the spectacular South Pacific islands. Your gateway to Fiji, Nadi sits on the western side of Viti Levu and offers easy access to the natural wonders of the islands, as well as the international airport. Cruise the breathtaking outer Fijian islands, go diving amongst colourful marine life, take a hike through amazing rainforests or visit a sacred cave – the choice is yours! Pick up jewellery, clothing, arts and crafts at Nadi’s vibrant marketplace and try your hand at haggling. The bustling town centre welcomes you with colourful souvenir shops and delightful restaurants, ranging from relaxed cafes to five star international eateries. After a busy day’s activity, unwind on the beautiful main beach at Nadi Bay and watch the spectacular sunsets over the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands. Other must-see Nadi highlights include Natadola Beach, the Orchid Gardens and Fiji’s largest Hindu Temple. There is a large range of Nadi hotels to choose from, but call us biased we think the following are your best Nadi accommodation choices.


Our hotels in Nadi

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3-4 star hotels

2.96 k.m from the city centre

Mercure Nadi is set within five acres of beautiful tropical gardens and is located only minutes away from Nadi Airport. The hotel offers 85 spacious r...

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3-4 star hotels

6.09 k.m from the city centre

Touch down to 4-star comfort a three minute free shuttle ride from the airport and 15 minutes to Port Denarau for boat transfers to the islands. Novot...

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