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Getting around: Fiji transfers and car hire

The best ways to island hop around Fiji.

Getting around Fiji is budget-friendly and can be done easily.

On the main islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu transportation is common and affordable and as such, walking is not a common form of transport.

Below we share all the ways that you can get around the mainland as well as from island to island cheaply.


Fiji public transport

Types of transport: Buses can be hailed from the side of the street, carriers, which are trucks that depart when full, minivans, taxis.

Paying for transport: All transport in Fiji is paid for in cash unless booked in advance where credit cards may be accepted.


Taxis and Uber

Taxi: Yellow taxis are available at the airport with prices ranging from $15 to $50 depending on where you are heading on the island. They can also be flagged down on the street. Private transfers can be prebooked. Uber: Uber is currently unavailable in Fiji but taxis are available and affordable.

Fiji car hire rental companies

Avis
Budget
Europcar
Hertz
BulaCar
Budget, Hertz, Avis, Europcar, Bula Car, Carpenters and Satellite Rentals are all available at the arrivals concourse in Nadi International Airport. Cars can be pre-booked online or booked at some hotels.

Fiji car hire deals


Fiji transfers from the airport and to islands

Private Transfer from Nadi Airport to Hotel
Private Transfer from Nadi Airport to Hotel

Viator

Private Transfer from Nadi Airport to Coral Coast
Private Transfer from Nadi Airport to Coral Coast

Viator

Private Arrival Transfer from Nadi Airport to Hotel
Private Arrival Transfer from Nadi Airport to Hotel

Viator

Private boats: Ferry services are available between Viti Levu, Vanua Levu, Taveuni, Ovalau and Kadavu. Alternatively you can hire a boat for an island transfer.

Stephanie Yip

Stef is the Travel Editor at finder.com.au and has been writing about travel for over a decade. She's visited over 50 countries and has had some incredible experiences, including hot air ballooning over Cappadocia, hitchhiking across Romania and seeing the Northern Lights (twice!). And while she’d never say no to a luxury escape, she's far more likely to stretch her travel dollars as far as they can go by keeping her ear to the ground for unbeatable travel bargains. And she'll tell you all about them, too! Stef has had articles featured on Travel Weekly, Escape and Hostelworld.

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