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5 Best Jet Ski Tours in Fiji

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Top Fiji Jet Ski Tours

Fiji is a natural playground for watersports. If there is anything you have never tried in the water, like island-hopping on a jet ski, then this is the place to do it! Experience the thrills of skimming across the water, feeling the wind blast through your hair, and bobbing over waves on an exciting jet ski tour in Fiji!

Note that jet ski tours in Fiji are typically designed for travellers of all ages, however, children between six and 16 usually need to be accompanied by an adult. Children 12 years and over can usually drive jet skis, but sometimes if only accompanied by an adult. Get more tips for travelling with kids in Fiji here.

Jet skis also usually have compartments to put personal belongings, so don’t forget your sunscreen and water!

1. Beqa Island Jet Ski Tour

Those staying on the Pacific Harbour, Fiji’s adventure capital, obviously have the option to do some adventurous jet skiing! Jump on a Yamaha VX700 with Jetski Safari for their four-hour jet ski excursion to Beqa Island. The tour starts from Bayly Beach, taking you with a guide across the glistening waters of the Beqa Lagoon and around the perimeter of Beqa Island. There will be a few stops along the way, first landing down an interesting channel on the island, then hitting one of the amazing snorkelling spots on the Beqa Lagoon’s coral reefs. Finally, you’ll have a feed on the island before heading back to shore.

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2. Modriki Island Tour

Explore the picture-perfect Mamanuca Islands on the jet ski tour with Jet Ski Island Adventures. Offering pick-ups from many of the Mamanuca resorts, Jet Ski Island Adventures offers a number of tours depending on your taste and sense of adventure. One of our top picks in the Modoriki Island Tour, a 3-hour tour passing scenic islands and stopping by Modoriki Island, the island where the Castaway movie was filmed! You’ll also have the opportunity to do some snorkelling in the fish-filled waters.

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3. Laucala Bay Sandbank Tour

Even in Fiji’s capital city, travellers can find some adventure out on the water! Join Suva Adventures for one of their jet ski tours and packages. One of the popular options in the Sandbank & Snorkel 2-hour excursion, taking adventure-seekers to a secluded sandbank in Laucala Bay for some snorkelling. And it’s not just on the ocean, as Suva Adventures is the only jet ski operator in Fiji offering tours on the river! Check out their Jet Ski River Safari up Fiji’s largest river, seeing remote inland villages.

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4. Jetski Safari

Make the most out of the Coral Coast on a jetski safari with Hydro Sports Fiji! Get to the famous Natadola Beach in the most awesome way possible, by jet ski! Their 2h30mins jet ski adventure takes you across Natadola Bay to land on Natadola Beach. There, you’ll have time to stick your toes in the sand and enjoy some refreshments. The tour also includes a visit to one of the beautiful offshore reefs for some snorkelling and fish feeding. This tour departs from the Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa.

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[CLOSED] Jet Ski Safari Tour to Beachcomber Island

Leave the mainland of Fiji behind and see the “real Fiji” on the Jet Ski Safari Tour with Evolution Fiji! Jump on a Yamaha or Sea-Doo 1100 and hold on tight for one of the most exciting ways to get from Nadi to Beachcomber Island! The tour lasts approximately 2-3 hours, including a 30-minute jet ski ride to Beachcomber Island for snorkelling, relaxing at the island resort’s bar, swimming in the pool or ocean… You choose! Check out more adventures like this in 10 Epic Adrenaline Activities in Fiji.

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More About Jet Ski Tours in Fiji

That’s it for the best jet ski tours in Fiji. Discover more amazing experiences in the 101 Things to Do in Fiji. Plus, get even more tips from The Complete Travel 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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