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Two countries, one trip? Doddle.

If you’re planning to travel all the way to Fiji, why not extend your trip? A multi-centre holiday is the perfect way to explore two, or even three, new places. You can either break up the journey with a city break, or add on a visit to another country. Plus, we’ll take care of all the details, to make sure you have a relaxing, hassle-free getaway.

Nearly 3,000 miles east of Australia and 1,600 miles north of New Zealand, idyllic Fiji is one of the most remote countries on Earth – but it’s certainly worth the trip. Its 333 islands boast picture-perfect white sands, impossibly clear waters and incredible corals bursting with colour. You can snorkel among untouched reefs at the Mamanuca Islands, home to tropical fish, rays and turtles. Or visit the unspoiled Yasawa Islands, where you can kayak through hidden bays and dive with a variety of sharks. Whether you’re planning a romantic break for two or a memorable family getaway, our experts can help you create the perfect holiday to Fiji. But if you want to make your trip even more special, adding on a second destination is the ultimate way to do it.

As part of your Fiji multi-centre holiday, why not spend a few days in vibrant Singapore? This fascinating city-state is more than half way between the UK and Fiji, so it’s an ideal pit stop. You can visit the Lion City’s major attractions and devour delicious street food. Alternatively, you could combine Fiji with a trip to Australia or New Zealand. Explore iconic cities and beautiful beaches on Australia’s east coast. Or spend a couple of weeks in New Zealand, marvelling at the country’s vast mountains, lakes and glaciers. Whatever you’re imagining for your Fiji multi-centre holiday, our experts can tailor your trip to suit you.

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Australia and Fiji

While you’re on the other side of the world, why not explore Australia? Fiji is easily accessible from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, so creating your dream Aussie adventure is a doddle.

You could see Sydney’s world-famous landmarks, then travel up the east coast to Byron Bay, Gold Coast and sun-soaked Brisbane. Or, if diving in Fiji isn’t enough for you, take an internal flight to Cairns and discover the beautiful Great Barrier Reef, or sail around the Whitsunday Islands.

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Alternatively, head to Melbourne for rooftop bars, art-covered laneways and laidback coffee shops. Then you can meander along the Great Ocean Road – one of the most scenic drives in the world – towards Adelaide, where you’ll be able to visit award-winning vineyards and see all kinds of wildlife on Kangaroo Island.

With so many internal flights available across Australia, the options really are endless. You could journey to Uluru in the Outback, explore Darwin and the Top End, or discover the sweeping beaches of Western Australia. Speak to our experts to create your unique holiday.

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New Zealand and Fiji

If you’re looking for variety, a multi-centre holiday to Fiji and New Zealand is ideal. While Fiji majors in desert islands and tropical beaches, New Zealand is all about dramatic mountains, enormous glaciers and glass-like lakes.

A road trip is undoubtedly the best way to discover this diverse country. Hire a car or campervan and you’ll be able to explore New Zealand at your own pace – you can follow one of our suggested self-drive itineraries, or we can help you design a bespoke route.

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Auckland to Christchurch is a very popular option, as this well-trodden route allows you to tick off New Zealand’s most iconic spots. You can feast on world-class food and wine in vibrant cities. Marvel at gigantic glaciers and majestic fjords. See geothermal wonders and soak in hot springs. Hike through soaring mountains and stroll through ancient forests. Then, afterwards, you can retreat to tranquil Fiji for some well-earned rest and relaxation.

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Singapore and Fiji

Over half way between the UK and the South Pacific, Singapore makes a great stop as part of your Fiji multi-centre holiday. And this bustling, modern metropolis provides a lovely contrast to Fiji’s footprint-free sands.

A few days in Singapore gives you plenty of time to visit the city’s top attractions. You can see the famous Gardens by the Bay – home to the iconic Supertrees – and stroll around the colourful Botanic Gardens. Browse Orchard Road’s stylish shops, see exotic animals at the acclaimed Singapore Zoo, or head to Sentosa Island for rollercoaster thrills.

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Singapore prides itself on its incredible cuisine, so you can expect to spend a fair amount of time eating. With influences from China, India and Malaysia, the food here is diverse and full of flavour. Try as much as you can at a casual hawker centre, where stalls serve up cheap – but delicious – street food. Or, if you’re celebrating an occasion, why not book yourself a table at one of Singapore’s Michelin-starred restaurants?

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Best time for your multi-centre

When planning your Fiji multi-centre holiday, you want to be able to experience both destinations at their very best – so it’s important to think about the climate. One of the best times to visit Fiji is during the dry season, between May and October, when you can expect long, sunny days.

Singapore is a year round city with plenty of attractions to keep you entertained both outdoors and in. Conversely it tends to be its driest, sunniest and least humid here between February and April. But if you do travel in the wet season the rains usually come in short, heavy bursts – so just remember to take an umbrella when you head out for the day. 

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If you’re planning to combine Fiji and Australia, why not book your holiday for May or October – autumn and spring, respectively – when you can look forward to warm, sunny days and avoid the crowds. If you’d like to visit New Zealand, be aware the winters can get very cold (June, July and August), especially in the South Island. However if you want to really appreciate that Fijian warmth when you arrive this would be an ideal time to travel! If you want to take advantage of some warmer New Zealand weather and the dry season in Fiji, it would be best to book your multi-centre for May, September or October.

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Australia

Australia and Fiji

While you’re on the other side of the world, why not explore Australia? Fiji is easily accessible from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, so creating your dream Aussie adventure is a doddle.

You could see Sydney’s world-famous landmarks, then travel up the east coast to Byron Bay, Gold Coast and sun-soaked Brisbane. Or, if diving in Fiji isn’t enough for you, take an internal flight to Cairns and discover the beautiful Great Barrier Reef, or sail around the Whitsunday Islands.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, head to Melbourne for rooftop bars, art-covered laneways and laidback coffee shops. Then you can meander along the Great Ocean Road – one of the most scenic drives in the world – towards Adelaide, where you’ll be able to visit award-winning vineyards and see all kinds of wildlife on Kangaroo Island.

With so many internal flights available across Australia, the options really are endless. You could journey to Uluru in the Outback, explore Darwin and the Top End, or discover the sweeping beaches of Western Australia. Speak to our experts to create your unique holiday.

Show More
Show Less

New Zealand

New Zealand and Fiji

If you’re looking for variety, a multi-centre holiday to Fiji and New Zealand is ideal. While Fiji majors in desert islands and tropical beaches, New Zealand is all about dramatic mountains, enormous glaciers and glass-like lakes.

A road trip is undoubtedly the best way to discover this diverse country. Hire a car or campervan and you’ll be able to explore New Zealand at your own pace – you can follow one of our suggested self-drive itineraries, or we can help you design a bespoke route.

Show More
Show Less

Auckland to Christchurch is a very popular option, as this well-trodden route allows you to tick off New Zealand’s most iconic spots. You can feast on world-class food and wine in vibrant cities. Marvel at gigantic glaciers and majestic fjords. See geothermal wonders and soak in hot springs. Hike through soaring mountains and stroll through ancient forests. Then, afterwards, you can retreat to tranquil Fiji for some well-earned rest and relaxation.

Show More
Show Less

Singapore

Singapore and Fiji

Over half way between the UK and the South Pacific, Singapore makes a great stop as part of your Fiji multi-centre holiday. And this bustling, modern metropolis provides a lovely contrast to Fiji’s footprint-free sands.

A few days in Singapore gives you plenty of time to visit the city’s top attractions. You can see the famous Gardens by the Bay – home to the iconic Supertrees – and stroll around the colourful Botanic Gardens. Browse Orchard Road’s stylish shops, see exotic animals at the acclaimed Singapore Zoo, or head to Sentosa Island for rollercoaster thrills.

Show More
Show Less

Singapore prides itself on its incredible cuisine, so you can expect to spend a fair amount of time eating. With influences from China, India and Malaysia, the food here is diverse and full of flavour. Try as much as you can at a casual hawker centre, where stalls serve up cheap – but delicious – street food. Or, if you’re celebrating an occasion, why not book yourself a table at one of Singapore’s Michelin-starred restaurants?

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time for your multi-centre

When planning your Fiji multi-centre holiday, you want to be able to experience both destinations at their very best – so it’s important to think about the climate. One of the best times to visit Fiji is during the dry season, between May and October, when you can expect long, sunny days.

Singapore is a year round city with plenty of attractions to keep you entertained both outdoors and in. Conversely it tends to be its driest, sunniest and least humid here between February and April. But if you do travel in the wet season the rains usually come in short, heavy bursts – so just remember to take an umbrella when you head out for the day. 

Show More
Show Less

If you’re planning to combine Fiji and Australia, why not book your holiday for May or October – autumn and spring, respectively – when you can look forward to warm, sunny days and avoid the crowds. If you’d like to visit New Zealand, be aware the winters can get very cold (June, July and August), especially in the South Island. However if you want to really appreciate that Fijian warmth when you arrive this would be an ideal time to travel! If you want to take advantage of some warmer New Zealand weather and the dry season in Fiji, it would be best to book your multi-centre for May, September or October.

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