Nadi is one of Fiji’s largest towns and one of the most culturally diverse destinations on the island -- with over 30,000 residents, visitors to Fiji will typically make their first stop in this town and have plenty to see and experience before they head off onto their next adventure. Whether you just plan on staying in this region or you want to go out and explore, Nadi has something for everyone.

Visitors coming to Fiji usually experience Nadi twice -- once on the way in and again as they leave the islands. This gives you two opportunities to experience the diversity and cultural influence that the population has on the island – it’s definitely worth sticking around for a few hours. There are various accommodations that fit any budget, whether you need to stay somewhere inexpensive for the night or you want to spend most of your time in Nadi at one of the resorts -- these accommodations typically provide close proximity to many points of interest which allow you to make the most of your time. Of course, most visitors that come the islands like to venture out and explore the coastal landscape, but before you do there are a few things to see and do throughout Nadi.

Natadola Beach is one of the key attractions for visitors in the area and is perfect for those who want to lay out on the sand or engage in some of the water recreation, such as snorkeling or body surfing. For those who want to see some of the more cultural and religious destinations in Fiji, Nadi is home to the largest Hindu Temple within the entire Southern Hemisphere – Sri Siva Subramaniya. Exploring many of the tropical gardens is also something to do and two of the most popular gardens include the Waqadra Botanical Gardens and the Sleeping Giant Orchid Gardens.

The diversity of Nadi’s population also means there’s quite a variety of cuisines to try -- seafood, traditional island flavors and Mediterranean are just some of the delicious options to explore throughout the village.