Fiji boat rental
Fiji island in Melanesia should immediately conjure up images of beaches, palm trees, and blue waters. Just add a boat rental to your mind’s eye, and you will be on your way to an utterly blissful holiday in the South Pacific Ocean. Northeast of New Zealand's North Island Fiji consists of an archipelago of more than 330 islands and more than 500 islets. Not far from here, you can stroll along the dunes to ancient archeological sites, bathe in the mud pools and hot springs, dive with sharks in Beqa Lagoon, and raft the Upper Navua River through pristine rainforests. Furth on, the outer islands have their own natural attractions. The Mamanuca Islands are home to some of the world's top surf breaks, and in other island groups, you'll find magical caves, Fiji's only UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the world's fourth-largest barrier reef. Fijians also love children, so this is an ideal destination for families.
Why rent a boat on holiday in Fiji?
A boat rental in Fiji allows you to experience the country’s melting pot of indigenous, Indian, Chinese, and European cultures and traditions. Boat rentals include several hours of cruising with plenty of time scheduled to spend most of your time exploring the islands. Fun activities include swimming, diving, and snorkeling in the warm waters; picnics on uninhabited islands; fishing boat rentals; and visiting local villages and attractions, like the Sawa Lau Caves. Most cruises depart from Port Denarau. Then there are daily voyages through the Yasawas from Denarau Marina.
How much is speed boat rental in Fiji?
Speed boat rental is a great way to see the sites on the water in Fiji. Prices average 100 USD per hour for speed boat rental in Fiji. Speed boat rental allows you quick access to the many wonderful activities on and below the Fiji water. Don’t waste your time getting your motor started or let your skipper do all the work for you and his crew to serve your every need on your speed boat rental in Fiji.
How much is catamaran rental in Fiji?
Catamaran rentals in Fiji from 100 USD per day to 100 USD per hour. Whatever your budget, make sure that you treat yourself and your family and friends to a beautiful catamaran rental experience. All sail boats come with experienced skippers and crews who can guide you and your travel buddies around the stunning sights of the Fiji Islands.
Rent a boat for a day in Fiji
No Fiji boat rental is complete without a visit to the pristine waters and white-sandy beaches of the Yasawa Islands to the north-west coast of Viti Levu. Get your boat rental at Denarau Marina, then cruise out to Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second-largest island, and considered by many to be the tropics’ best-kept secrets. The island’s protected southern bay of Savusavu is an excellent spot for mooring your boat rental. Here you can start on your snorkeling and scuba diving adventures. Go ashore, and you can stroll or hike through the lush tropical forest then visit the quaint villages such as Labasa. In the afternoon, make your way to the Yasawa Islands’ Waya Island and the Namara village to experience the traditional ‘Sevu Sevu’ welcome ceremony.
Rent a boat for the weekend in Fiji
If you have a weekend for boat rental, make the most of your time and venture further afield from the Yasawa Islands. Head towards Fantasy Reef, and you won’t be disappointed. It's a wonderful place to dream on the water. It’s also good for kayaking and snorkeling. Enjoy the hospitality offered by your crew on your boat rental, pack a picnic, head for shore, and kick back on the beach. After lunch cruise to the Blue Lagoon Island, a site used in Hollywood films. The longer you spend on your boat rental in Fiji, the more you will get out of this wonderful voyage. You should see flocks of majestic manta rays at Tokatoka Pass then top another spectacular day off with a fabulous beach ‘lovo’ dinner with food cooked on buried hot rocks. Dream on to the sounds of some Traditional Fijian music floating in the air.
Rent a boat for diving in Fiji
Scuba diving in Fiji is on many divers’ bucket lists, and rightly so. There are a multitude of islands to explore by boat rental for diving. All offering warm water, excellent visibility, and varied dive sites. The best scuba diving in Fiji features some of the world’s best soft-coral dives and a variety of shark dives, including tiger and bull-sharks. Fiji is perfect for all ages and divers of any experience level. The main diving season in Fiji is from April to October, but diving is possible year-round and visibility is best during the winter, from July to September.
The wonders of the silent world underwater that you will see by boat rental in Fiji include; bull sharks, whitetip reef sharks, blacktip reef sharks, sicklefin lemon sharks, tawny nurse sharks and, maybe even a tiger shark. The Yasawa Islands have fewer tourists and dive boats than other Fiji areas, and there are many dive sites at Barefoot, but the mantas are the big attraction. Mantas visit the channel off Barefoot’s most northern beach to feed. Other dive areas to visit on your dive boat rental include; Rainbow Reef, the Great White Wall, Great Astrolabe Reef, Bligh Water and the Namena Marine Reserve.
Rent a boat for whale watching in Fiji
The best time whale watching boat rental in Fiji is from June to October when migrating Humpback Whales can be observed in the South Pacific. The fabulous giant mammals arrive from the Antarctic to spend the winter in warmer waters. Wintertime is a period of breeding and birthing. Many of the whales head to Tonga, but some stay around Fiji. It’s easy to find a whale watching boat rental in Fiji. You can see the whales in the waters near Kadavu Island, where they spend their mating season and play inside the Great Astrolabe Reef. A mother whale can be spotted entering a Kadavu Island lagoon with her calf. Try getting up close swimming and snorkeling with spinner dolphins and whales. It can be an amazing, fun opportunity, especially when they are in a playful mood. Another popular spot for whale watching is Beqa Island lagoons. You may also spot a few Pilot whales on your whale watching trip. Unlike the Humpbacks, these reside at Fiji's reefs and lagoons all year round.