Hiking View Fiji

From strolling along a volcanic coastline to tiptoeing around tree roots up a cloud-topped mountain, this South Pacific island nation is a hiker’s heaven. Think waterfalls flowing into natural pools, empty beaches best reached on foot, vibrant birdlife and views that stretch all the way to the horizon.

While you’ll need to watch where you step, hiking in Fiji is very safe overall. There are no dangerous snakes, spiders or mammals on the trails, with the only major pest being mosquitoes. As you prepare for a trek that might take place under full sun or during rain showers on any given day, packing both sun protection and a lightweight rain jacket is a wise idea.

Hiking Fiji

Top hikes in Fiji


Dawasamu Rainforest Hike

One of the best hikes in Fiji is located in the Dawasamu region. This hike is moderate in difficulty, with a distance of 6km and an estimated hiking time of 3-4 hours. The hike takes you through the lush rainforest, where you will see an abundance of flora and fauna, including a variety of bird species and even a chance to spot the Fijian Crested Iguana, which is only found in this area. There are no permits or fees required for this hike.

Navilawa Village Trek

This hike is located in the Nausori Highlands and offers a challenging climb to the summit of Navilawa Mountain. The hike takes hikers through traditional Fijian villages and offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape. It’s a 10km hike with an estimated hiking time of 6–8 hours.

Taveuni Waterfall Hike

The Taveuni Waterfall Hike is an easy hike located on the island of Taveuni, which takes hikers to the beautiful Tavoro Waterfalls. The hike is 2km long and takes about 2 hours to complete. This hike is perfect for those who want to experience the natural beauty of the island and see the waterfall up close.

Mount Tomanivi Summit Hike

The Mount Tomanivi Summit hike is a challenging and strenuous hike, located in the heart of Viti Levu, the main island of Fiji. The summit stands at 1,323m, and provides an incredible panoramic view of the island. The hike is 8km long and takes an estimated 6-8 hours to complete. This hike is perfect for those who are looking for a challenging and rewarding experience. The summit provides an amazing view and a great sense of accomplishment.

Colo-i-Suva Forest Park Hike

The Colo-i-Suva Forest Park hike is a moderate hike located in the Viti Levu. This hike offers the chance to explore the lush rainforest and see a variety of bird species and tropical plants. The hike is 4km long and takes about 2 hours to complete. This hike is perfect for those who want to experience the natural beauty of the rainforest and learn about the different bird species and plants that live there.

Bouma National Heritage Park Hike

The Bouma National Heritage Park hike is a great option for those who want to immerse themselves in the lush rainforests of Fiji. The park is home to three waterfalls, with the Tavoro Waterfalls being the most popular. The trail is well-maintained, but can be steep in some sections. The hike takes about 2–3 hours to complete, and the reward is a refreshing swim in the pools below the falls.

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