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Fiji Honeymoon Itinerary: 14 Days / Two Weeks

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14-Day Honeymoon Itinerary for Fiji

There’s hardly a better place to start the rest of your lives together than the beautiful islands of Fiji. For those lucky enough to honeymoon together for two weeks, you have the time to really explore some of the best of Fiji. This “Fiji Honeymoon Itinerary: 14 Days” not only takes you island-hopping across the idyllic islands that likely drew you to travelling in Fiji in the first place but takes you on a romantic road trip around Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu. That way, you’ll get to experience both the dreamy paradise islands and some surprises in Fiji’s rugged interior. Along the way, we’ll suggest romantic experiences and honeymoon accommodation in each destination.

Note that this itinerary is for the couple who want to see it all. For a more relaxed itinerary with less travel, see How to Spend 14 Days on a Honeymoon in Fiji TI012.

How to Get Around Fiji in 14 Days

The 14-day honeymoon itinerary below involves both road and overwater travel. Here is a quick rundown of how to get around Fiji for your honeymoon.

Overwater Transport in Fiji

The first week of this 14-day itinerary involves island-hopping in the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands. While the fast catamaran ferries provide a more affordable option to get between islands and Port Denarau, water taxis provide a more private experience that may be appealing for a special occasion like a honeymoon. Check out 5 Ways to Get to the Mamanuca Islands for more information. For getting back from the Yasawa Islands, we recommend a helicopter/seaplane transfer for a special honeymoon experience. Find out more in 5 Ways to Get to the Yasawa Islands.

Road Transport in Fiji

The second week of your honeymoon itinerary takes you on a road trip around Viti Levu, Fiji’s main island. Car rentals are available at Nadi International Airport where your trip begins and ends (avoiding any one-way fees). The itinerary mainly takes you on Viti Levu’s sealed roads, but note that some inland roads are gravel. Check out car rental recommendations in The Best Car Rentals in Fiji, as well as driving tips in 10 Safety Tips for Driving in Fiji.

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Day 1 – Nadi International Airport to Denarau Island

Travel Time: 20 minutes

Welcome to Fiji! Before you start your first week of island-hopping, we recommend getting over your flight at one of the fabulous five-star resorts on Denarau Island. The manmade island connected to Fiji’s mainland is a mere 20 minutes away from the airport, so you’ll be transitioning into “Fiji time” in no time. Each resort is connected by a walkway or the hop-on hop-off “Bula Bus” making resort-hopping a fun thing to do. You could also relax by the pool, perhaps treat yourself to a couples’ massage, and more following our recommendations below!

Romantic Activities on Denarau Island

  • Go on a romantic island excursion to the Malamala Beach Club (more info on Viator and Tripadvisor)
  • Indulge in a couple’s jet lag massage
  • Treat her to a romantic dinner at a private waterfront table
  • Take a private cruise to a secret snorkelling spot
  • Spend the afternoon in one of the adult-only complexes of a five-star resort

For more information on each of these activities, see our 10 Romantic Activities in Denarau for Couples.

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Day 2 – Denarau Island to the Mamanuca Islands

Travel time: 35-45 minutes by water taxi or catamaran ferry

It’s time to leave the little bubble of Denarau Island behind and start discovering some of the idyllic islands that you came to Fiji to see. The Mamanuca Islands is a group of 20-something islands scattered across turquoise waters. Each island is small, either with an interior of swaying coconut palms or with an ancient volcanic peak. There’s an island resort in the Mamanucas to suit all honeymoon budgets, whether you’re looking for a down-to-earth adventure in a backpacker resort or absolute luxury in an adult-only retreat. Check out your options below and relax for your first night on the Mamanuca Islands.

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Day 3 – Mamanuca Islands

The Mamanucas make a beautiful setting for romance with its glistening waters, soft sands and balmy ocean breeze. Complimentary activities like stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking or hiking make an intimate way to explore your surroundings – just the two of you. Or how about treating yourselves to a special experience like a secluded beach picnic where your resort will organise transport and a gourmet lunch to take with you. Or for more active couples, how about strengthening your bond by learning a new skill together, such as scuba diving? PADI Open Water courses take 3-4 days to complete and can be transferred to another PADI dive centre (of which there are many in Fiji) if you don’t finish it during your stay in the Mamanucas.

Romantic Activities in the Mamanuca Islands

  • Have a private picnic on a secluded island or beach
  • Do a sunset cruise complete with canapes and beverages
  • Take a scuba diving course together
  • Explore the island on a secluded hiking trail
  • Navigate the waters together in a double kayak

For more information on each activity, head to our 10 Romantic Activities in the Mamanuca Islands for Couples.

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Day 4 – Mamanuca Islands

You have one final day in the Mamanucas to enjoy the experiences you haven’t yet had time to do, whether it be a trip to the Cloud 9 floating pizza bar (more info on Viator and Tripadvisor) or a dolphin watching cruise? The Mamanuca Islands has so much to offer, so take a look at 10 Must-Dos in the Mamanuca Islands, as well as The Wedding & Honeymoon Guide to the Mamanuca Islands for more ideas on what to do for your last day.

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Day 5 – Mamanuca Islands to the Yasawa Islands

Travel time: 1h15min-3h45min

This morning, hop back on your water taxi or the South Sea Cruises ferry (on Viator and Tripadvisor) to your next destination: the remote Yasawa Islands. You’ll notice how the islands are slightly larger with more dramatic scenery here where resorts and Fijian villages often share the same island, so immersing in the Fijian culture is effortless. Get settled into your Yasawa Islands resort. Again, there’s a real mix of affordable resorts with utterly romantic “honeymoon bures” to luxurious private island resorts.

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Day 6 – Yasawa Islands

You’ll be glad to spend an extra day in the paradise islands of the Yasawas. There are a few natural attractions well worth hopping on a boat trip for, from the azure waters of the Blue Lagoon to the amazing limestone features of the Sawa-i-Lau Caves. Or, if you’re looking for something more private and romantic, check out the list below or take a look at the Wedding & Honeymoon Guide to the Yasawa Islands.

Romantic Activities in the Yasawa Islands

  • Indulge in a beachfront couple’s massage
  • Hike to a secluded spot on the island and watch the sunrise
  • Enjoy a private waterfront dinner
  • Snorkel with sharks or manta rays
  • Take part in some Fijian crafting lessons

To learn more about each activity, take a look at our 10 Romantic Activities in the Yasawa Islands for Couples.

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Day 7 – Yasawa Islands to Nadi

Travel time: 35 minutes

Arrive back on the mainland with an intimate helicopter or seaplane flight over the Yasawa and the Mamanuca Islands. There’s nothing like seeing the islands and coral reefs decorating the ocean from above – a special experience to share with your loved one. After landing back in Nadi, now’s a good time to pick up your car rental for the next portion of your trip: exploring Viti Levu. If you have more time to spare in Nadi, here are a few activity suggestions…

Romantic Activities in Nadi

  • Enjoy fine dining in your own private cabana at Momi Bay
  • Enjoy a private sailing excursion around the islands
  • Indulge in a couples’ massage
  • Unwind in the Sabeto Hot Springs
  • Drink cocktails while watching the sunset

For more information on romantic activities in Nadi, check out 10 Romantic Activities in Nadi for Couples.

Honeymoon Accommodation in Nadi

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Day 8 – Nadi to the Suncoast

Travel time: 30 minutes to 3 hours depending on where you stay

It’s time to hit the road and enjoy a self-drive tour of Fiji’s mainland, Viti Levu. Today, you’ll be exploring the Suncoast, the northern region of Viti Levu which spans between Lautoka and Korovou. The heart of the Suncoast is Rakiraki, home to a number of relaxed four-star resorts, upmarket hotels and even a private island resort. On your way through the Suncoast, check out the markets in Lautoka, stop by architectural sights like the Church of the Black Christ, or even take a special trip to the Navala Village with traditional “bures”. Check out more recommendations in 10 Must-Dos on the Suncoast or check out The Wedding & Honeymoon Guide to the Suncoast.

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Day 9 – Suncoast

It’s time to do a little more exploring of the Suncoast, whether it’s snorkelling or scuba diving at some of the amazing outer coral reefs of the Bligh Water or sticking to land with a romantic experience like a private dinner on the pontoon of the luxury Dolphin Island. There are ways to relax, perhaps with another couples’ massage (yes, they can get pretty addictive) or with a day trek into the stunning interior of Viti Levu visiting villages and waterfalls with Talanoa Treks. Here are some more suggestions…

Romantic Activities on the Suncoast

  • Scuba dive together in the famous Bligh Water
  • Explore Nananu-i-Ra and Nananu-i-Cake Islands by kayak
  • Set the scene with a romantic sunset cruise
  • Enjoy a candlelit private dinner on a floating pontoon
  • Go on a journey of discovery together with a guided trek through the heart of Fiji with Talanoa Treks

For more information on each of these experiences, check out 10 Romantic Activities on the Suncoast for Couples.

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Day 10 – Suncoast to Suva

Travel time: 2-3 hours depending on where you stayed

Get back on the road today and enjoy a scenic road trip through the rest of the Suncoast region to Fiji’s capital city, Suva. At Wailotua Village, ask for a guide to see the Snake God Cave with amazing limestone formations. Stop by Takalana Bay Retreat for one of their amazing dolphin cruises at the Moon Reef. When you arrive in Suva, you might want to check out the Fiji Museum, check out the Municipal Market and try the array of international cuisine. In terms of romantic experiences, the offering in Suva isn’t huge, but here are some ideas…

Romantic Activities in Suva

  • Indulge in a relaxing couples spa treatment
  • Enjoy fine dining together at one of Suva’s gourmet restaurants
  • Treat each other to a beach picnic
  • Hike up Mt Korobaba together

For more information on each activity, take a look at our 5 Romantic Activities in Suva for Couples.

Honeymoon Accommodation in Suva

For more information on each of these accommodations, check out our 5 Wedding & Honeymoon Resorts in Suva. For more advice, see The Wedding & Honeymoon Guide to Suva.

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Day 11 – Suva to the Pacific Harbour

Travel time: 40 minutes

There’s so much to do on the Pacific Harbour and Beqa Island that we recommend leaving Suva early to fit in a couple of full days of experiences. The Pacific Harbour is known as Fiji’s “Adventure Capital” with white water rafting, jet boat tours, ziplining, shark diving and more! If you’re adventure-seekers then you’ll fill up your time here no problem. Otherwise, there are certainly more excuses to lounge with a cocktail in hand, get a massage or go on a sunset cruise.

Honeymoon Accommodation on the Pacific Harbour

For more information on each of these accommodations, check out our 8 Wedding & Honeymoon Resorts on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa.

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Day 12 – Pacific Harbour

Did we mention all of the adventure activities you can do here? Check out 10 Must-Dos on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa. However, if you want to stick more to the romantic theme of your honeymoon there, definitely private island excursions and resort “Romance Packages” to indulge in. Check out our recommendations below or see Wedding & Honeymoon Guide on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa for more advice.

Romantic Activities on the Pacific Harbour

  • Retreat to a private island for the day
  • Indulge in one of the resorts’ Romance Packages
  • Snorkel or scuba dive together in the Beqa Lagoon
  • Explore hidden coves and inlets in a double kayak
  • Experience adventure on a jet ski safari

For more information on each activity, take a look at our 10 Romantic Activities on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa for Couples.

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Day 13 – Pacific Harbour to the Coral Coast

Travel time: 1-2 hours depending on where you stay

Some of the best beaches on the mainland can be found along the Coral Coast in Fiji, making it a picturesque place to spend the last full day of your honeymoon. The beaches are backed by luxurious resorts and even some more affordable adult-only resorts should you want to set the tone right for tranquillity and romance. You may want to check out some of the highlights of the Coral Coast, such as the Biausevu Waterfall or the Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park – more information in 10 Must-Dos on the Coral Coast. Alternatively, here are some more honeymoon-appropriate options…

Romantic Activities on the Coral Coast

  • Have a gourmet dinner in a private cabana
  • Retreat to your resort’s adult-only area
  • Experience the thrills of a jet ski safari around the islands
  • Go horse trekking together
  • Enjoy some bubbles in your room

For more information on each of these activities, take a look at our 10 Romantic Activities on the Coral Coast for Couples.

Honeymoon Accommodation on the Coral Coast

For more information on each resort, check out our 10 Wedding & Honeymoon Resorts on the Coral Coast. Plus, see The Wedding & Honeymoon Guide to the Coral Coast.

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Day 14 – Coral Coast to Nadi International Airport

Travel time: 1-2 hours depending on where you stayed

Enjoy one last drive on the remainder of the Coral Coast before returning to where you started at Nadi International Airport. Stop by some of the cool cafes for breakfast, with some great options both along the Coral Coast and Nadi. See Guide to the Best Eats & Restaurants on the Coral Coast and Guide to the Best Eats & Restaurants in Nadi for recommendations. Return your rental vehicle and catch your flight to your next destination.

More Advice for a Fiji Itinerary for 14 Days

That’s it for the Fiji honeymoon itinerary: 14 days / two weeks. Get even more tips in The Complete Wedding & Honeymoon Guide to Fiji. Plus, find a breathtaking place to stay in the 55 Best Wedding & Honeymoon Resorts in Fiji. Plus, see more trip ideas in The Best Fiji Itineraries for 2 Weeks.


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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