Fiji, the country and the South Pacific islands. Suva is the capital of Fiji.
Fiji is located in the South Pacific, about 2,000 km northeast of the New Zealand North Island, and consists of more than 332 islands, of which 110 are inhabited and 500 small islands. The two largest islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, which make up 87% of Fiji's total land area. These mountainous islands were formed by volcanic activity about 150 million years ago and then covered by dense tropical forests. Mount Tomanivi on the main island of Viti Levu is at 1,324 m, the highest and the lowest point of the Pacific (0 m). Perhaps the most famous of Fiji is its crystal-clear waters, coral reefs and white-sand beaches that attract thousands of visitors each year.
The traditional culture and customs of Fiji are fascinating, especially the welcome song. No matter where you go, you are attracted by a warm smile, friendly waves and island music. Sometimes, when you are at sea, boating or snorkeling, music can even reach your ears. It's a special magic to play the Pacific live sounds in the background to enjoy the colorful fish.
Fiji is a typical South Pacific paradise. With over 300 islands to choose from, you will find many tropical attractions and interesting things. Suva is the capital of Viti Levu, while the tourist town of Nadi is located on the west side of the island, the main international gateway to Fiji, near the Coral Coast and Denarau Island. Large resort. If you want to explore several islands during your Fiji vacation, the Blue Lagoon Cruise is a good choice. These intimate 68-passenger cruise ships offer three different itineraries on the Yasawa and Mamanuca Islands postcards.
Fijian, English and Fijian-Hindi are the three official languages and the most commonly used languages in Fijian.