Check out what's on in Fiji each month. If you are undecided as to what time of year is going to be best for your vacation, then perhaps try to coincide your visit with something that will be of particular interest to you. A golf fan? Then come to Fiji in October for the Fiji International.
The Bula Festival started in 1960 and preparations for the 56th Bula Festival in 2016 are underway.
Venue: Koroivulo Park & Prince Charles Park, Nadi
The event is held in several areas around Fiji in the month of August and has recently spread to other Pacific Islands nations. The Miss Hibiscus title is a coveted part of the event, drawing thousands of entrants from across the Fiji islands. In addition, local arts, crafts, sports, music, food, dance, and songs are exhibited throughout the festival.
Due to Fiji’s large Indian population, the Diwali Festival is one of the main events held on the islands. Celebrated in the month of October, Diwali (which is also known as the Festival of Lights) is characterised by fantastic light shows, traditional firecracker displays, and plenty of night-time fun. It isn’t just the Indian population that gets into the swing of things, as all cultures love any excuse to party.