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5 Adult-Only Activities in Suva

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Child-Free Activities in Suva

For couples, solo travellers or business travellers, the idyllic “adult-only” holiday to Fiji is what many of us crave. Experiencing “Fiji time” without the distraction or mood-killing kids… Unfortunately for those looking for such an experience in Suva, you might have come to the wrong place as most adult-only resorts can be found on the outer islands. Nevertheless, if you’re just looking for a quick escape with like-minded adults or to just enjoy some time with your loved one, then here are a few suggestions for adult-only activities in Suva.

For more tips, head to our Adult-Only Guide to Suva.

1. Unwind with at One of Suva’s Day Spas

How can you visit Fiji without indulging in a famous island spa treatment? In the islands of relaxation, it’s no surprise that its capital has a few heavenly spas to choose from. The most famous spa go-to is the Pure Fiji Day Spa, the base of the famous spa product brand. Or how about indulging in luxury at the five-star Grand Pacific Hotel and their Bliss Spa? There’s also the VEDA Spa using Ayurveda techniques, the U-Sabai Thai Spa nestled in tropical vegetation and the list goes on! Check out our 6 Best Day Spas in Suva for more recommendations.

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2. Get on the Cocktails

Mingle with the locals or meet up with friends at Suva’s trendy bars. Try Bad Dog Cafe serving up refreshing cocktails and imported beers. O’Reilly’s is always a lot of fun with its pool tables and big screens for watching sports. Check out more recommendations in our 10 Best Bars in Suva.

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3. Rejuvenate the Mind and Body in a Yoga Class

Concentrate on mind and body-healing without distraction at one of Suva’s wellness centres. VEDA Spa offers yoga sessions to keep your body in shape and rejuvenate the mind. Alternatively, mingle with the locals at the Zenergy Group Fitness Studio based at Pure Fiji. Either way, you can be reassured it will be a child-free experience.

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4. Tackle a Multi-Day Hike Through the Heart of Fiji

Offering pick-ups from Suva, Talanoa Treks takes adventure-seekers on multi-day hikes through the heart of Viti Levu. Swap the typical sandy shores for an inland trek to discover the “real Fiji”, including authentic village stays and breathtaking highland landscape. Choose between one to four-day hikes offering a wealth of scenery, experiences and challenges.

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5. Party into the Night on Victoria Parade

Suva is Fiji’s party capital, and to narrow it down some more, Victoria Parade is where the party’s at in Suva! Traps Bar is a must with five different bars in one. For eccentricity and just plain fun, head to Purple Haze decorated with inflatable aliens and neon everything! Down Under Pub is well worth checking out any time of the evening, whether it’s to chill with a game of pool or dance into the early hours. Signals Night Club is super popular with the locals, while Onyx Platinum Nightclub has a creative menu of cocktails, shooters, as well as local and international beers. Find out more in our Guide to Nightlife in Suva.

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More About Adult-Only Activities in Suva

That’s it from the best adults-only activities in Suva. Now it’s time to compare the experiences with the 10 Adults-Only Activities in Fiji and find the perfect places to stay in the 10 Best Adults-Only Resorts in Fiji. Plus, discover even more tips in The Complete Adults-Only Vacation Guide to Fiji.


Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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