Seven active reasons to get motivated in Fiji
Individual and team options, catering to all levels of ability
Unparalleled diversity of land-based sports, including championship golf courses
A myriad of water activities, including diving on world-class reefs
Exciting spectator sports such as rugby, Fiji national sporting pastimes
Wide range of venues, complexes, and resort facilities
Group sports event for executives
Local comradeship and new friendships
One for each day of the week
Being a small nation with abundant natural resources, our islands are blessed with year round warm weather, golden sandy beaches, clear blue water, attractive coral reefs and exciting high waves. Coupled with this, Fiji has the facilities, infrastructure and atmosphere to providea truly unique and unforgettable vacatoin experience.
Challenge a round of golf, venture out for a dawn surf, be tempted by a two day trek trough ancient sand dunes, or simply join the locals fro a dars sesson in a nearny club.
From thrilling rushs to soft laid back activities, from exciting involvement to sideline observations, Fiji sia virtual sporting wonderland.
Fiji is renowned for its competitive abilities and great achievements in the world of rugby. Many of our household rugby is also well known internationally, in particular the sevens, maestro Waisale Serevi. Whilst not many people may succumb to the idea of participating in a torrid rugby match, many are avid fans of the game. Whether its and international battle in Suva’s National Stadium or an intervillage competition in the outer islands, Fiji offers rugby spectatorship of the highest quality.
Fiji offers some of the finest championship golf courses in the Pacific, including Denarau, Suva and Pacific Harbour, Challenging courses, quality greens and year round warm weather have all helped put Fiji on the international sporting map. Golfing giant Vijay Singh is in his own right a sports model and ambassador for Fiji.,
Fiji, with its pristine blue waters and over 330 spectacular islands, offers a myriad of opportunities for diving, surfing, sailing, kayaking, canoeing and fishing.
Renowned as the soft coral capital of the world, Fiji stands among the best dive destinations, offering remarkable variety, a rich panorama of brilliant colors and an amazing selection fo fish and coral. Dive operators are spread all through the islands.
Surfing Fiji has a renowned reputation amongst the international surf community for its exciting reef breaks (for all levels of surfers) and secluded locations. Specialist Fiji surfing resorts are found on Viti Levu, Mamanuca Islands and Kadavu.
Fiji also offers the following sports
White Water Rafting
Facilities in Suva
The National Stadium is by far the nations most recognisable sporting symbol and is the venue for Atheletics, Rugby Sevens and Soccer, with seating for up to 4000 (and 16,000 in total).
The National Netball/Beach Volleryball Complet: The Netball Centre has four courts built of all weather synthetic surface to international standards. The complex could seat up to 500 and boast six light towers. The Beach Volleyball Centre has two courts with a sand surface, is built to international standards and seats up to 450 people
Victoria Park Tennis or Squash Courts.
Recently resurface, installed with international federatoins standards lights
The National Gymnasium Facilities include boxing ring and spectator seating for about 1,600 people, changing rooms, showers and toilets, medical media and kiosk facilities.
Exciting New Facilities
Fiji recently hosted the South pacific Games, performing extremely well in the medal count, Suva now proudly boasts three new and very contemporary sporting facilities all designed to International Federations standards. Fiji can now capable host regional as well as international meets.
The Aquatic Centre features 50m x 25m competition pool and 25×25 warm up pool with a 450 seat stand, and LED scoreboard, atheletes rooms, showers, a first aid room and a drug testing room.
The National Hockey Centre features a grandstand for 500 people and LED scoreboard, change room facilities and public amenities.
Mulipurpose Hall is a venue for Basketball and indoor Volleyball.
Archery – Fiji Archery Association
Athletics – Fiji Amateur Athletics Federation
Badminton – Fiji Badminton Association
Baseball – Fiji Islands Baseball Association
Basketball – Fiji Amateur Basketball Federation
Billards and Snooker – Billards and Snooker Association of Fiji
Bodybuilding – Fiji Bodybuilding Association
Bowling – Fiji Bowling Association | Fiji Women’s Bowling Association
Boxing – Fiji Amateur Boxing Association
Chess – Fiji Chess Federation
Cricket – Fiji Cricket Association
Cycling (Amateur) – Fiji Amateu Cycling Association
Sports for the Disabled – Fiji Sports Association for the Disabled
Football – Fiji Football Association
Game Fishing – Fiji International Game Fishing Association
Golf – National Golf Association of Fiji | Women Golf Fiji
Hockey – Fiji Hockey Association
Judo – Fiji Judo Association
Karate-do – Fiji Karate-do federation
Netball – Fiji Netball Association
Outrigger Canoe – Fiji Outrigger Canoe Racing Association
Powerlifting – Fiji Powerlifting Federation
Fiji Rugby Football Union
Fiji National Rugby League
Shooting – Fiji Shooting Association
Squash- Fiji Squash rackets Association
Sumo Wrestling – Fiji Sumo Federation
Surfing – Fiji Surfing Association
Swimming – Amateur swimming association
Table Tennis – Fiji Table Tennis Association
Taekwondo – Fiji Taekwondo Federation
Tennis – Fiji Tennis Association