FIJI – Where Happiness Finds You

If you think about Fiji and picture an island oasis, you’d be spot on. Picture hammocks swaying in the breeze between two coconut trees, friendly, vibrant local culture and people, interesting villages and wild jungle that ends where bright beach begins.

Fiji is set in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean, less than 4 hours flight east of Brisbane and Sydney. It is made up of more than 330 islands and is surrounded by Vanuatu and New Caledonia to the west, Samoa and Tonga to the east and New Zealand to the south. Each of Fiji’s islands boast an incredible landscape.

Lush tropical and pine vegetation is spread across the interior lands and white sandy beaches wrap around the coasts. Pristine blue-green waters house vibrant soft coral reefs and there are deep drop-offs, perfect for diving and fishing. Only just over 100 of the nation’s islands are permanently inhabited Its major islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu hold most of the country’s populace of nearly 900,000 people.

Fiji’s northern island boasts some of the world’s most well-preserved rainforests. Islands such as Vanua Levu, Qamea, Taveuni, and Laucala hold over 164 species of wildlife, many of which can only be found in Fiji.

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Fiji Dollar

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Time Zone

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Fiji’s calm seas belie the riot of life going on within. With seemingly endless stretches of intensely coloured reefs and more than 1500 species of fish and colossal creatures Fiji’s underwater world is worth the plunge.

Seasoned divers and snorkellers will find plenty to excite them, while first-timers will be bubbling excited exclamations into their mouthpieces.

Anywhere a fin flashes or coral waves, you’ll find a diving or snorkel day trip and there are excellent live-aboard journeys for those after a truly immersive experience.

Fijian lifestyle is a relaxed combination of traditional culture and a strong belief in the family and community. Fijians live a slow-paced lifestyle, visitors from the busy western world can sometimes feel annoyed at what the locals endearingly refer to as “Fiji time”. Fiji time is the notion of things getting done eventually or not at all, without any stress of time.

Fiji’s arts and crafts are a replication of the country’s Polynesian and Melanesian heritage. Fiji is a culture renowned for its arts and craft and is the biggest selling souvenirs for visitors.

The Fijian cuisine, is an homage to the sea and its treasures. Most dishes employ the use of the tropical coconut, which renders its unique flavour and mood to the food.

Fijians are famous for their hospitality and warmth, which makes it easy to make friends or immerse yourself in Fijian culture.

Lapping up against the pristine glistening sands of its endless coast, the South Pacific carries with it the familiar whiff of the majestic ocean, the haunting cooing of the sea-gulls ready for their repose and the dull clamour of the waves kowtowing to moist mother Earth, in divine surrender. Amidst these raw aesthetics and the languid stretches of the shore, discover Fiji.

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