Transportation

There are five main harbours on Fiji: Labasa, Lautoka, Levuka, Savusavu and Suva. More »

History

According to oral tradition, the indigenous Fijians of today are descendants of the chief Lutunasobasoba and those who arrived with him on the Kaunitoni canoe. More »

Adventure

The Fiji archipelago is encircled by a huge reef. Within its protected waters are shallow lagoons, steep drop off’s, and thousands of scuba dive sites. More »

Accommodation

Pacific Harbour is located along a beautiful stretch of beach coastline with Suva City 40 minutes drive to the East and Nadi. More »

Entertainment

Fiji’s winter is the best, from April to October. During the summer, from November through April, swells generally have shorter duration, 1-3 days. More »

 

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If you are planning to marriage propose in Fiji, then you are already sure to get a positive answer. The paradise island welcomes people of all ages.Fiji is one of the most romantic places in the world, and it will give you the chance to make a truly wonderful gesture of your love to your partner.


 

The South Pacific island nation of Fiji is not only an inviting and beautiful vacation destination, but its 333 islands are home to scenic wonders, both natural and man-made, and are the cradle of ancient myths and legends as well as modern political sagas. Now, there are about 500 000 tourists visiting Fiji annualy.

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Fiji’s total land mass is slightly smaller than the state of New Jersey but there are over 4,000 square miles of coral reef, including the Great Astrolabe Reef. The majority of Fiji’s islands were formed through volcanic activity starting around 150 million years ago. Today, some geothermal activity still occurs on the islands of Vanua Levu and Taveuni. Fiji has been inhabited since the second millennium BC.

In the 17th and 18th centuries, the Dutch and the British explored Fiji. Fiji was a British colony until 1970; British administration lasted almost a century. During World War II, the United Kingdom allowed thousands of Fijians to volunteer to aid in Allied efforts via their attachment to the New Zealand and Australian army units; the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) consist of land and naval units.

Thanks to an abundance of forest, mineral and fish resources, Fiji is one of the most developed economies in the Pacific island realm. Today, the main sources of foreign exchange are its tourist industry and sugar exports. The country’s currency is the Fijian dollar.

Do you know some famous Fijian people? There are some of them: Vijay Singh – world class golfer, Jimmy “superfly” Snuka – Former WWF wrestler, Lote Tuqiri – Australian Wallabies winger (Sport of Rugby Union), Sitiveni Sivivatu – NZ All Blacks winger (Sport of Rugby Union), Anand Satyanand – Governor General (head of State) of NZ.

Fijians are more traditional and more modest than some of their South Pacific neighbors. As a courtesy to them, you should follow basic dress code and etiquette guidelines, such as covering legs and shoulders when away from your resort and taking off your shoes before entering a house or building.

Fijians are more traditional and more modest than some of their South Pacific neighbors. As a courtesy to them, you should follow basic dress code and etiquette guidelines, such as covering legs and shoulders when away from your resort and taking off your shoes before entering a house or building.

On New Year’s Eve, many Fijian village women play a game called veicaqe moli (loosely translated as “kick the orange”), in which the winning team is required to present a gift of new clothes to the losing team. Fire-walking is a popular activity in Fiji that nowadays is mainly used to entertain tourists. The Fiji national rugby union team is one of the best in the world.

The currency of the country is the Fijian Dollar. Make sure you change some money either before you leave home or at the Nadi Airport on arrival. There is both an English and native version of their country’s National Anthem. The people are very musical so listening to them sing is a joy.