The Coral Coast is a beautiful stretch of coastline on the southern end of Viti Levu, between Nadi and Pacific Harbour. The name is apt as the coast is wrapped by one of the largest fringing reef systems in the world. Epitomising a gentler pace and the warm hospitality of the Fijian culture, you can submerge yourself into a world of warm days, cocktails by the pool, sandy palm-fringed beaches and lush tropical lagoons.
As you drive along the Ocean Road you will get a glimpse of real village life, from a fisherman selling his day's catch on the roadside to a farmer hauling home a bunch of freshly harvested bananas.
The Coral Coast is heavily dotted with hotels, resorts and backpacker retreats like no other region in Fiji and is a haven for the adventurous or for those who simply want a bit of sun, sand and fun.
If you would prefer something more active there are plenty of opportunities to indulge in your favourite water sports whether that be sailing, snorkelling or scuba-diving to name a few. Otherwise head off for a round of golf or perfect your tennis skills.
The Coral Coast stretch has more villages than anywhere else in Fiji. For those wanting to immerse themselves in the local culture, catch the Coral Coast Railway to visit and experience a traditional Fijian village. Here you will be 'off the beaten track' conversing with locals and experiencing the Fijian way of life. A visit to the Coral Coast is a must if you want to see the real Fiji!