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Discover a tropical paradise in Fiji

In Fiji, an exotic paradise, you can enter yesterday and tomorrow. While snorkeling in Fiji, you will swim among colorful fish and admire blue corals. On the beach, you will taste fresh coconut water and walk along the same beach as Tom Hanks in the movie Cast Away.

With its 320 islands, Fiji is considered a true tropical paradise of the South Pacific. White sandy beaches, coconut palms, pristine ocean and plenty of waterways surround almost every resort here. The locals are very friendly, with a constant smile on their face. There are so many things to do in Fiji that you won’t know where to start. Admire the beauty of the island, immerse yourself in its history, play sports, taste delicious local dishes and enjoy the peace. Just lounge on the beach or go on an adventure – whatever you choose, you can do anything in Fiji.

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With its 320 islands, Fiji is considered a true tropical paradise of the South Pacific. White sandy beaches, coconut palms, pristine ocean and plenty of waterways surround almost every resort here. The locals are very friendly, with a constant smile on their face. There are so many things to do in Fiji that you won’t know where to start. Admire the beauty of the island, immerse yourself in its history, play sports, taste delicious local dishes and enjoy the peace. Just lounge on the beach or go on an adventure – whatever you choose, you can do anything in Fiji.

Although Fiji consists of more than three hundred islands of coral or volcanic origin, only one third of them are inhabited. Nine tenths of the country’s total area is made up of the two largest islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Among the small islands worth mentioning are Tokoriki, Yasawua, Royal Davui.

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Viti Levu island

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The island of Viti Levu (Greater Fiji) is the largest and oldest of all the islands, more than three quarters of the country’s population live here. The political and administrative center is the city of Suva. The main street of Victoria Parade with the Gran Pacific Hotel and the original Sovereign’s House, where today the President of Fiji resides, the beautiful Clock Toner and Thurston Botanical Gardens, the Fiji Museum with an interesting exposition on the life of the indigenous people, is the center of the entire island state.

Mamanuca Islands

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The Mamanuca archipelago of volcanic origin lies west of the main island of Viti Levu and the international airport in the town of Nadi. Consisting of 20 islands, it is one of Fiji’s most developed holiday areas. These are small islands with mostly one to two resorts on each, offering beautiful white sand beaches, fascinating snorkeling right next to every hotel and very friendly, always smiling local staff who will fulfill your every wish. Individual resorts encourage rest and relaxation, so sometimes even in a luxury hotel you will not come across a TV in the room. Dining in hotels is usually a real culinary experience.

Yasawa Islands

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The Yasawa Archipelago is a group of 20 islands of volcanic origin northwest of the main island of Viti Levu. This is a very mountainous area, where the peaks reach up to 600 meters. You won’t find any shops or banks here. All the wealth of the area lies mainly in the natural beauty of the evergreen islands, the beautiful white beaches and the colorful underwater life. Here too, the islands are particularly suitable for rest and relaxation.

Coral Coast

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80 km long coast stretching in the south of the main island between the towns of Nadi and Suva. Coral Coast is a famous tourist destination offering all comforts. The harmonious character of quality resorts and local villages gives the opportunity to taste the real Fiji with everything that belongs to it. Golfers will also enjoy themselves here. Natadola Beach near the Intercontinental Hotel was already named one of the 25 most beautiful beaches in the world by Forbes magazine in 2008.

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