November to April is Fiji’s ‘wet season’, with heavy rains and high humidity.
Fewer tourists equal reduced rates, though discounts are hard to come by in December and January during Australian and New Zealand school holidays.
(May & Oct)
The shoulder season includes the ‘Fijian winter’ or ‘dry season’ (May to October), bringing low rainfall, low humidity, milder temperatures and a lower risk of cyclones.
(Jun–Sep; Dec & Jan)
Peak seasons coincide with the school holidays in Australia and New Zealand.
Prices go up by 10% to 20%; costs peak in June and July.