For most people,when you mention the word "Fiji" visons of warm, tropical days and gentle ocean breezes immediately rush to mind. The reality is, that vision is spot on, the Fijian climate is as close to perfect as you could ever ask for! Its tropical climate equates to consistent air and water temperatures year-round and is a perfect escape for a lot of people trying to break up the monotony of winter at home.

At Vunabaka, which lies just offshore from Viti Levu, the largest and main island in Fiji, we have considerably more sunshine hours and seem to be less affected by rainstorms than the mainland.

located in the southern hemisphere summer begins in early December

Since Fiji is located in the southern hemisphere summer begins in early December and lasts until early April. During this time it is generally hot and humid (32 degrees Celsius) with bright sunny mornings and occasional afternoon showers. This time of year is often referred to as the 'wet season' with a greater possibility of tropical storms or more powerful cyclones.This time of year is quiet and offers a chance to escape the crowds and still get glorious weather windows between the cycles of rain.

April opens up to a more moderate climate and comfortable temperatures

April opens up to a more moderate climate and comfortable temperatures by day (27 degrees Celsius) and surprisingly cooler temperatures at night (19 degrees Celsius). From April to November the 'dry season' reigns supreme and you can expect pristine weather, infrequent rainfall, light trade winds, and more people around enjoying their holidays and Fiji's greatest natural resource, the ocean.

Despite it's popularity, Fijian weather is still one of the best kept secrets in the South Pacific. Vunabaka's location on Malolo Island delivers some of the best weather in all of Fiji, get down here and enjoy it!