Fiji, is a Melanesian country in the South Pacific Ocean. It lies about two-thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand and consists of an archipelago that includes 332 islands, a handful of which make up most of the land area, and approximately 110 of which are inhabited.
Popular in Fiji
Nadi is on the western side of the island of Viti Levu, the main and largest island in Fiji.
Taveuni is the third largest island in Fiji. It has the distinction of being one of the few places where the 180th meridian crosses land.
Kadavu is an island in the south of Fiji. Kadavu is located in the South Pacific ocean and is party of the many islands that make up Fiji.
Viti Levu is the largest island in Fiji. The highest mountain in Fiji, Tomanivi, is located on the east coast, a remote place covered by mangroves and surrounded by small villages.
The Yasawa Islands are a group of islands in north-western Fiji. Approximately 30 resorts are spread through the 12 major islands in the group.
Mamanuca Islands are a group of tiny islands west of Viti Levu in Fiji. Islands in the Mamanuca chain, not all of which are inhabited, include: The Mamanuca Islands consist of more than 20 islands.
Rotuma is an island in Fiji. Although it lies approximately 465 km to the north of the Fiji Islands it is a Polynesian outlier with a culture more in common with Tonga and Samoa than Melanesian Fiji.
Vanua Levu is the second largest and more northern island in Fiji.
Lau Islands is an archipelago of about 100 small islands in eastern Fiji. About a third of the Lau Islands are inhabited.