Fiji’s ‘wet season’ is from November to April, with the heaviest rains and highest humidity from December to mid-April.
Fewer tourists mean you’re more likely to get discounted rates.
(May & Oct)
The shoulder season includes the ‘Fijian winter’ or ‘dry season’, from May to October, which brings low rainfall, low humidity, milder temperatures and less risk of extreme weather events such as cyclones.
Peak season coincides with the school holidays in Australia and New Zealand, including the December–January vacation period.
Prices are 10% to 20% higher than in the low season; costs peak in June and July.