5 Best Places to Do Parasailing in Fiji
5 Best Places to Do Parasailing in Fiji

5 Best Places to Do Parasailing in Fiji

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Which Resorts Can You Parasail in Fiji?

Is parasailing in Fiji on your bucket list? Is soaring over vibrant blue waters with a birds-eye view of islands and beaches something you really want to experience? We don’t blame you! Fiji is one of the most spectacular places to parasail, especially with its comfortable tropical temperatures and breathtaking scenery to soak in. What’s more, parasailing is one of the most accessible adventure watersports where children as young as seven years old can join in. Plus, with many resorts offering tandem parasailing experiences, it’s something to enjoy with your loved ones or solo.

For more adventure experiences like this, check out the 10 Epic Adventure Activities in Fiji.

1. Treasure Island Resort

Soar high over the glistening waters surrounding Nakelo Island and the Treasure Island Resort. After a pre-flight safety briefing, you’ll get geared up and gently lifted to 45m (150ft). It’s the perfect height for taking in the stunning island archipelago of the Mamanuca Islands. Other watersports at Treasure Island include semi-submersible boat tours, banana boats, wakeboards, jet ski safaris and free use of snorkelling gear, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards.

5 Best Places to Do Parasailing in Fiji© Treasure Island Resort

2. Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

One of the most popular resorts on the Coral Coast, located on Fiji’s main island, Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort offers parasailing on its huge activity menu. The paid activity can be booked at the resort along with other adventure experiences, such as dolphin safaris, banana boat rides, kneeboarding, wakeboarding, jet skiing, waterskiing, fishing, surfing and much more. Learn more about this resort and others nearby in the 10 Best Resorts on the Coral Coast.

5 Best Places to Do Parasailing in Fiji© Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

3. Beachcomber Island Resort

A popular day-tripping destination in the Mamanuca Islands, as well as an affordable resort to stay, Beachcomber Island Resort is another fantastic resort offering parasailing right from its shores. Either book into one of their bures or take a water taxi from either Denarau or Anchorage Beach Resort to reach this island paradise which also offers waterskiing, wakeboarding, windsurfing, scuba diving, fishing and more.

5 Best Places to Do Parasailing in Fiji© Beachcomber Island Resort

4. Plantation Island Resort

This family-friendly resort in the Mamanuca Islands really has it all, including parasailing. Jump on the winch boat from the Plantation Island Resort and head out on the water for parasailing around Malolo Lailai Island. Parasailing tours from the resort operate with Wilson’s Watersports who also run tours from Malolo Island Resort, Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Castaway Island Resort and Ratu Kini Dive Resort. Check out some of these resorts listed in the 10 Best Resorts in the Mamanuca Islands.

5 Best Places to Do Parasailing in Fiji© Plantation Island Resort

5. Cloud 9

Finally, another option for parasailing in the beautiful Mamanuca Islands is at the floating bar, Cloud 9. Transfers to Cloud 9 are available from Denarau (more info on Viator and Tripadvisor), as well as many resorts in the Mamanucas. Once there, you have the opportunity to enjoy a number of watersports including parasailing. Fly solo or tandem over the floating bar and the Malolo Barrier Reef visible through the clear water.

5 Best Places to Do Parasailing in Fiji© Cloud 9

Author

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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