The temperature in Fiji all year round generally stays at a constant 26°C to 31°C, however the humidity and rainfall does rise during the months of December to April. These months are classed as the summer months and offer sultry conditions for those who like their exotic holidays hot!
Most resorts, however, have air-conditioning or breeze-cooled areas and bures for times when the midday sun hits it’s peak. But no matter how hot it gets, there’s always ways to cool down if you’re staying in one of the many Fiji resorts. The 4-5 star hotels have huge lagoon style swimming pools or natural air-conditioning provided by the South Pacific ocean breezes and swaying palm trees. It gets hot and humid in the summer in Fiji, but not unbearably so.
The highest humidity temperature is typically in the month of March however go to Fiji between the months of May to November and you will find a good combination of humidity, temperature and very little rainfall. All these combine to make the perfect weather temperatures for your holidays.
You’ll find that the Mamanuca Islands experiences far less rainfall than the mainland of Fiji. There you will find stunning Fiji Resorts like Castaway Island, Fiji, Malolo, Tokoriki, Liku Liku and many more gorgeous island resorts. At night time the temperature will only fall by a couple of centigrade and the need for overcoats or jumpers is generally not needed. You can safely leave the heavy clothing at home.
People looking to scuba dive will find the water temperature at a comfortable level all year round. In the month of September the water temperature roughly drops down to 24°C and divers may wish to increase the thickness of their wetsuits.