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Compare Cheap Flights from Auckland to Nadi, Fiji

If you’re hoping to experience a piece of paradise on your next holiday, look no further than Fiji. Fiji is a country in the Pacific that’s made up of 333 different islands. On a trip to Fiji, you can expect beautiful weather, stunning beaches, adventure activities, and a unique culture. Whether you prefer relaxing holidays, cultural holidays, or active holidays, you’ll find something to love about Fiji. The people of Fiji are some of the kindest and warmest people you’ll meet around the world and will ensure you have an amazing experience.

With more than 100 cheap flights from Auckland to Nadi each week, you’ll have no trouble planning a tropical holiday in Fiji. Air New Zealand, Fiji Airways, Virgin Australia, and Qantas all offer cheap airfares from Auckland to Nadi each day. Air New Zealand, Fiji Airways, and Qantas offer direct flights that will get you from AKL to NAN in only 3 hours.

Are you ready to experience the magic of Fiji? Book your return flights from Auckland to Nadi with Webjet to get you there. Webjet compares cheap airfares from Auckland to Nadi to find the best deals for your holiday. Pack your bags, and use Webjet’s guide to Fiji to start planning your next tropical getaway. 

When should you book cheap flights from Auckland to Nadi?

With warm temperatures all year long, there isn’t a bad time to book cheap airfares from Auckland to Nadi. Being in the tropics, Fiji can be prone to some tropical storms. Rain is especially common from January to March but, even then, storms tend to pass quickly. It can be raining one minute and bright and sunny ten minutes later.

Fiji’s high season lasts from July to September. During this time, Fiji is busier and prices for hotels increase to match the demand. For a quieter experience, check out flights from AKL to NAN for the beginning or end of high season in May, June, or October. Weather is perfect during this time with little rain and a serene Fijian atmosphere.

Departing from Auckland

Auckland is home to one major airport that offers international flights to Fiji. Air New Zealand, Fiji Airways, Qantas, and Virgin Australia all offer cheap airfares from Auckland to Nadi each day. Every day there are about 10-20 return flights from Auckland to Nadi, and many of these flights are direct to Nadi Airport (NAN). Direct flights from AKL to NAN get you to Fiji in just 3 hours.

Getting to Auckland Airport (AKL)

The most cost-effective way to get from Auckland’s CBD to the airport is on the city’s SkyBus. The SkyBus runs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Buses depart every 10 minutes from stops along Queen Street, Dominion Road, Symonds Street, and Mount Eden Road. One-way tickets are $18, and if you plan to take the SkyBus on your way back home from Auckland Airport at the end of your trip, return tickets are $32. Tickets can either be purchased in advance or right on the bus for the same price. The SkyBus has complimentary Wifi and will get you to the airport in 40-60 minutes, depending on traffic.

A taxi to the airport from the city centre takes less than a half hour. Several taxi companies as well as Uber can pick you up from around the Auckland area and drop you off at Auckland Airport. A taxi to the airport costs about $60 from the CBD and central suburbs of Auckland.

Parking at Auckland Airport

Auckland Airport has several car parks that are close to the International Terminal. Car Park A offers the cheapest rates, and you can park here for a week for $75. The car park is uncovered and is just a 2-3 minute walk from the International Terminal. For the ultimate convenience, you can also opt for valet parking. Simply pull up to the terminal and pass on your keys to one of the parking attendants. This option will have you into the airport in less than a minute. The valet parking option offers both covered and uncovered parking spots. A covered spot costs $139 for a week, while an uncovered spot costs $130 for a week.

Arriving in Nadi, Fiji

Nadi is the largest city in Fiji and is home to the country’s main airport. Nadi is located on the western side of Viti Levu, which is the largest island in Fiji. Almost all incoming flights to Fiji land at Nadi Airport (NAN), making it the perfect spot to start off your holiday in Fiji.

Getting to your hotel from Nadi Airport (NAN)

Nadi International Airport is located about 10 km from the centre of town. From the airport, you can catch a public bus to many different resorts and the major towns of Viti Levu. Some buses are modern with air conditioning, and some of the buses offer the true Fiji experience with large open windows that allow you to take in all the sights and fresh island air along the way. Tickets can either be purchased on the bus, or if you plan to take the bus several times during your trip, you can get an e-ticketing card from the Vodafone shop at Fiji Airport. If you are travelling into central Nadi, the bus ride is about 20 minutes and costs about $1 FJD. Buses can also take you into the major areas of Denarau and the Coral Coast.

Alternatively, you can take a taxi from the airport. A taxi into the centre of Nadi costs between $10-$15. Taxis use metres in Fiji, but it is always a good idea to agree on a price range with your taxi driver before you set off.

With 333 islands, there’s a chance you won’t be staying on Viti Levu and will need to catch transport to another island. Water taxis, seaplanes, and helicopters make the journey from Nadi to the various islands and resorts around Fiji. These are also great ways to see Fiji from a different perspective. If you will be staying at a hotel on a smaller island, their concierge can help you arrange transport to the hotel. Many resorts even offer complimentary transfer from the airport, getting you to your island in no time! 

Things to do in Fiji

Relax on the Beach

You can’t book return flights from Auckland to Nadi without spending some time at the beach. And with 333 islands, there are a lot of beautiful beaches to choose from! Many hotels and resorts have their own private beaches, and there are a number of private islands around Fiji. There are even some private islands that you can visit for the day when you reserve a spot in advance. Some of the top non-private beaches to have on your radar while visiting Fiji are Liku Beach, Natadola Beach, Yasawa Island Beach, and the beaches of Mana Island. All of these beaches feature soft white sand, bright blue water, and lots of beautiful palm trees.

Snorkel or Scuba Dive

Fiji is surrounded by some of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world. And the best way to experience them is to go snorkelling or scuba diving. This will give you the opportunity to see colourful coral and lots of different fish up close and in their natural habitat. Most Fijian beaches have beautiful reefs off the coast, but the absolute best places to snorkel or scuba dive are the Namena Marine Reserve, Somosomo Strait where you’ll find the Rainbow Reef, and the Great Astrolabe Reef.

Participate in Fijian Traditions

The best way to experience the culture of Fiji is by meeting locals and participating in some traditional Fijian ceremonies. Many small villages love to welcome tourists and teach them about their island traditions. Kava ceremonies are popular ones to join in on and are focused around kava—a Fijian drink made from kava root that tastes like an earthy tea. Another exciting Fijian tradition is the lovo. A lovo is the Fijian version of a barbecue where the food is wrapped in banana leaves and cooked over hot rocks.

Go Zip Lining

Fiji is a country full of adventure sports. Its beautiful landscape and lush forests make it the perfect place to go zip lining. Many tour operators have zip lining tours that take you through the Fijian jungle with views of waterfalls and the ocean. Zip lining is the perfect way to get your adrenaline going between relaxing island activities.

Try Out Some Water Sports

As a series of tropical islands, one of the top things to do in Fiji is to get out on the water and get active. Some popular water sports to try in Fiji are paddle boarding, kayaking, and canoeing. With the clear ocean water, you’ll be able to see the colourful fish and coral below you and get some beautiful views of the islands. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, you could also rent a jet ski for a high speed trip through the water.

Go for a Hike

Head inland from Fiji’s beaches and you’ll find lush forests, waterfalls, and mountains. Going for a hike is the perfect way to experience a different side of Fiji. To see lots of beautiful waterfalls, try out the Bouma National Heritage Park. The park makes up more than a third of Taveuni—the third-largest island in Fiji. For a challenging hike with an amazing view over Fiji, visit Des Voeux Peak. Once you’ve reached the summit, you’ll be rewarded with a view over several islands including Taveuni and Vanua Levu. From there, you can continue your hike to Lake Tagimaucia—a crater lake sitting 823 metres above sea level.

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