“Fiji is a slice of heaven, left behind on earth”
Fiji is located in the South Pacific and boasting over 330 coral fringed islands scattered across 20,000 square miles, this archipelago has an abundance of enticing experiences. Whether you choose to relax soaking up the South Pacific sun, drop anchor at one of Fiji’s islands, scuba dive at world famous dive locations, surf the reef breaks or bush walk through the abundantly lush tropical rainforests, there is a myriad of ways to enjoy Fiji.
Fiji enjoys an ideal South Sea tropical climate and can get hot in the summer but seldom reaches above 35°C (96°F). Trade winds from the east southeast bring year long cooling breezes late afternoon and early evening. The season for our tropical rains is from December through February coinciding with our warmest summer months.
For stays not exceeding 30 days, visas are not required by nationals of Commonwealth countries, EU countries, USA or Japan. However you must have a valid, ongoing or return airline ticket and your Passport must be valid for six months beyond your intended stay in Fiji.
almost everyone in Fiji speaks English – as it is the official language, but the Fijian language is preserved and widely spoken in many different dialects. Almost everyone is bilingual and many Fijian terms are included in everyday English usage.
Driving is on the left-hand side of the road. Fiji’s two International airports are Nadi, on the western side and Nausori on the east coast of Viti Levu near Suva. Nadi and Nausori provide air connections to all of the world’s major cities, with direct flights to the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Korea, serviced by eight international carriers. Fiji national airline, Air Pacific, provides many of those flights with a fleet that includes Boeing 747s and 767s. Getting around Fiji by air is easy with most places being served by an Airport or Airstrip.
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