Wet Season (November to April)
While the thought of rain in paradise can shy people away from visiting Fiji, it’s not even half bad. While, yes, it rains more during wet season, the rain doesn’t usually last all day. The wet weather comes in cells, most of them unleashing in the late afternoon or at night, leaving most of the day reasonably dry.
Temperatures in Fiji’s wet season range around 26°C -27°C | 78.8°F - 80.6°F and humidity is between 80% and 85%. So even though the temperatures are similar to dry season, it does generally feel a bit hotter and stickier in rainy season.
When is hurricane season in Fiji?
In the Pacific Ocean, hurricanes are called cyclones. They form during Fiji’s wet season between November and April. Predictions of cyclones are quite difficult and it’s possible that one year sees multiple cyclones while other years have none. What’s more, not all islands may be equally affected by bad weather.
While it is important to know when cyclone season is in Fiji, it shouldn’t put you off your holidays during this season.