Tropical paradise awaits in the South Pacific and there is no better way to arrive than on a business class flight to Fiji. Enjoy palm-lined beaches and welcoming smiles whilst surrounded by clear blue waters teeming with coral reefs and marine life.
With world class resorts and a unique culture, holidays to Fiji are a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but with an exhausting flight time from the UK, the only way to ensure you arrive refreshed and relaxed is to upgrade your experience. Business class flights to Fiji offer passengers fully flat beds to rest while in the air, as well as the use of the business class lounges while connecting. Together with a-la-carte dining, luxury amenities, and priority service, your Fijian holiday begins before you even depart.
From crystal clear waters to perfect white sands, many of us dream of our own slice of paradise. At Just Fly Business, we can make these dreams come true with luxury Fiji holidays that are specifically designed to your needs.
Speak to one of our dedicated and specialist team today for unique and bespoke holiday itineraries. As well as fantastic and affordable business class flights to Fiji, we can provide options for accommodation, transfers and airport parking too.
Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, your personal consultant will be able to search for cheap deals to Fiji whilst providing an excellent service and building a long-lasting relationship with us. Make your dream a reality and get in touch with our team today.
Nadi and The Coral Coast
Aboard your flight to Fiji from the UK, you’ll be able to spot the main island of Viti Levu from the window of your plane as you start to descend into paradise. Appearing in the window of the plane as a green oasis in a sea of blue, one of the best examples of this lush greenery is the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, a botanical sanctuary created by Raymond Burr featuring beautiful orchids amongst tranquil lily ponds.
With a strong village atmosphere, Nadi has many sights to offer visitors including an open-air souvenir market where local wood crafts and fabrics can be gotten. It is also home to the largest Hindu temple in the southern hemisphere, Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple, where traditional Dravidian architecture is blended with wood carvings and riotous colours.
From Nadi, the coast reaches a point at Denarau Island and then continues south and east creating the southern coast of the island. This southern coast between Sigatoka and the capital, Suva, is more commonly known as The Coral Coast and stretches for 50 miles. With a combination of beaches and bays, The Coral Coast provides visitors with isolated resort experiences as well as local villages showing the “real” Fiji.
The people of Fiji are quite possibly the friendliest in the world. It won’t be long before you will be laughing with a local, having one giggle with your children, or sharing a bowl of kava; a must in any social gathering in Fiji.
Visitors can experience a kava drinking ceremony on a village visit which will show the traditional and historical aspects of Fijian life. Join a day tour and immerse yourself into the culture of the locals and you never know what may happen. You may even be asked if you would like to participate in fire-walking with the people of Beqa Island!
Insider’s Tip: The ceremony for drinking kava is done both in social and important occasions… but don’t worry, the friendly hosts will guide you through it!
Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands
A must on any Fiji itinerary is to get off the main island of Viti Levu and out into the islands and atolls off the west coast. Made famous by countless movies such as Castaway (Monuriki Island) and The Blue Lagoon (Turtle Island), the Mamanuca Islands have several eco-friendly and luxurious resorts just 30 minutes from Port Denarau.
The Yasawa Islands to the northwest of Viti Levu further offer visitors with a more wilderness experience with their beach holiday. With rugged hiking trails interspersed with serene beaches, the remote coves are the perfect place to escape and feel like you have your own island.
The Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands are famous for a number of things, but foremost is their water activities, both on and under. Surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling, and diving all feature as fantastic ways to spend your days, or alternatively, you can do as little as possible and enjoy spa treatments with views you will remember for the rest of your life!
Insider’s Tip: If you are not going to be staying on the islands, the best way to see them is to take a scenic day flight over them. You can even land to be able to experience some of the beautiful scenery for a few hours!
A much more remote island off the east coast of Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second largest island, Taveuni Island has more than 80% of it protected within the Bouma National Heritage Park. Known as Fiji’s Garden of Eden, Taveuni Island is a short plane flight from Nadi, but is a world away in appearance. Covered in rainforests and volcanic mountains, it allows visitors to walk amongst prehistoric tree ferns and orchids to the base of magnificent waterfalls such as Tavoro Waterfall., where swimming in the crystal clear water is encouraged.
Sheraton Denarau Villas
Business flights to Fiji take a while, so relax at the Sheraton Denarau Villas before your business meeting or conference in their indoor and outdoor facilities.
Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa
With multiple meeting spaces, the Intercontinental Golf Resort & Spa caters for all business function sizes with the highest level of service.
Suva, the capital of Fiji, is a three and a half hour drive from Nadi Airport and is the main business centre of the country. Other destinations in the South Pacific nearby include New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Tonga, and Samoa, with many featuring as ports on cruises in the region.
Most people travelling to Fiji from the UK will require two connections, either through places in the Middle East or Asia such as Dubai or Singapore, then Australia or New Zealand such as Sydney or Auckland. It is also possible to travel via The USA through Los Angeles, making trips to Fiji the perfect excuse for a multi-centre holiday.
When flying to the opposite side of the world, the biggest and most important benefit will always be comfort. With business class flights to Fiji, the 27 or more hours spent getting there become part of the holiday. Room to stretch out and relax in the business class cabin means not having to worry about being cramped up, while the seats converting into lie flat beds provide a good nights sleep.
The use of the lounge for business class passengers makes connections a breeze, with a quiet and comfortable location away from the crowded gates to refresh and grab a bite to eat or a drink. Make use of the shower facilities or get a spa treatment and it will feel like you haven’t even travelled yet. Then with priority boarding and luggage collection, you will be in resort and on a tropical beach before you can say ‘Bula’.
Being on the other side of the world doesn’t mean you have to expect out of this world prices. The specialists at Just Fly Business can help organise cheap business class flights to Fiji so that you can experience both the journey and the destination in comfort and style.
With a variety of choices of airlines and routes, we can suggest options that are not advertised to help save you money and time. Whether it’s flying through the USA with combinations of Virgin Atlantic and Fiji Airways, or including Fiji as part of a New Zealand adventure with Air New Zealand or Singapore Airlines, we can tailor your holiday to Fiji to suit your needs and your budget.
So whether a family holiday, a honeymoon, or just a tropical escape, start planning your amazing business class trip to Fiji today. Contact a member of the team at Just Fly Business on 020 8417 1366 or enquire online by filling in the form above.
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