Nadi International Airport, on the main island of Viti Levu, is where most international travellers arrive. The airport serves direct flights from New Zealand, Australia, and many Asian and North American destinations.
If you're staying on Viti Levu, you’ll probably be able to reach your destination by bus. Private bus companies take visitors from the airport to the main city of Nadi, where public buses reach several destinations around the island.
Alternatively, catch an inexpensive yellow taxi, or hire a rental car to get to your beach house. Having your own vehicle can be useful if you plan on moving around extensively. You can easily and affordably hire a driver for day trips.
Visitors heading from Viti Levu to smaller islands can take a domestic flight, ferry, or fast catamaran. Buses are less available outside the main islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, but you can use taxis or rent a car.