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Three hundred and thirty magical islands, a thousand miles of sparkling white, sandy beaches, coconut palms swaying in the warm sea breezes and clear blue waters and lagoons filled with fabulous coral gardens. Fiji is truly an exotic environment of beauty and tranquility.

Viti Levu, the largest island, has three quarters of the nation’s population and is home to the country’s sugar cane industry. Nadi (pronounced Nandi) is the International gateway to Fiji. On the beautiful Coral Coast which stretches between Nadi and Suva (the country’s capital city) are found many fine resorts, large and small. Coral reefs have created a breath-taking shoreline of tranquil lagoons and quiet sheltered bays with gentle highlands in the background.
Off the western coast, lie the lovely Mamanuca Islands. Their proximity to Nadi allows convenient accessibility by boat, plane or helicopter. At these vivid green coral fringed island resorts you may choose to spend your time in and on the water – swimming, snorkeling, diving, sailing, windsurfing, parasailing, game fishing, water skiing; or on terra firma – horse riding, golfing, tennis and much more.
The northwestern most islands in the Fiji chain. Made famous by the movie The Blue Lagoon, ships cruise from one perfect landfall to the next, dropping anchor in aqua lagoons so passengers can swim ashore to enjoy deserted beaches. These islands are dotted with a few intimate resorts, and remain only slightly influenced by the outside world with no airport and no regular inter-island transport.
In the north, Vanua Levu, the second largest island, and neighbouring Taveuni are more lush and tropical. Listed as one of the world’s most fascinating and diverse scuba diving areas, Fiji’s Northern Islands offer unparalleled opportunities for exploring rainforests to tumbling waterfalls and native villages. Here you will find the best fishing, shell collecting and sailing in all of Fiji.

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