This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Coral Coast.
Located between Suva and Nadi is the picturesque Coral Coast, Fiji, which consists of eighty kilometres (fifty miles) of beautiful beaches and bays.
There are several backpackers resorts and hostels in Coral Coast, Fiji, available to book. However, as Fiji is relatively low-cost and has an expansive tourism industry, there are many affordable resorts, hotels and accommodation options priced similarly to Coral Coast, Fiji hostels (though there are many luxury options as well). Whether you opt for a Coral Coast, Fiji hostel or not, you’re still almost guaranteed to have an exceptional vacation in a country as beautiful as Fiji.
There is plenty to do in this pristine paradise. While lazing around in the sun drinking cocktails or going for a swim at one of the stunning beaches should be high on your list of things to do, there are many other activities on offer. You can choose to go fishing, snorkeling, horse riding, jet boating, cycling, canoeing, kayaking, surfing, golfing, jet skiing, or sky diving.
For those who like their activities organised, there are numerous tours to pick from. These include island-hopping tours, fishing tours, day cruises, bird-watching tours, and tours that take you to visit Fiji’s impressive mountains and waterfalls. While on the Coral Coast, be sure to experience and learn about Fijian culture and history, which is rich and diverse. You can visit cultural centres or local villages, or take tours that teach visitors about the history of Indigenous Fijians and showcase some of their traditional art and cultural practices. Many resorts on the Coral Coast, Fiji, also provide cultural performance from Fijians so you experience it firsthand.
Fiji also serves delicious fresh food, which you can taste on the Coral Coast. Fresh fish and fruit such as coconut, pineapples, and more that originate from the island will ensure your tastebuds are satisfied.
Written by local enthusiast for Coral Coast hostelsErin