Shopping in Fiji ranges from high-end boutique to the traditional.

The local markets are an example of Fiji at work.  Farmers bring their crops of seasonal vegetables, herbs and fruit to sell not only to the locals, but also the resort kitchens. Here you’ll delight in a complete sensory overload – the aromas of different herbs and spices, the sound of several languages being spoken at once, the sight of vibrant flowers and the freshest seafood straight from the ocean, and the taste of the sweetest, fresh fruit and locally grown vegetables.

Markets are also a great place to purchase locally made handicrafts.  The offerings on sale can differ around the country depending upon what handicrafts are produced in the region. For example some districts are famous for their pottery and tapa cloth, whilst others specialise in weaponry (!).

Speak to our specialist Fiji travel agents about the best places to stay to ensure you’re shopping requirements are catered to.