One of the most friendly nations, Fiji is blessed with tropical forests, brilliant sandy beaches, surrounded by emerald-colored waters, between massive coral reefs with incredible marina life, rugged or bumpy plateaus with green meadows, a great diversity of flora and fauna and a mild climate throughout the year. Fiji is a mixture of stunning natural landscapes and fascinating indigenous cultures, embodying an atmosphere that you can no longer find anywhere in the world. It is the ideal place to enjoy the warm breeze of the South Pacific in a honeymoon or a romantic wedding between exotic flowers with feet sinking in the hot sand. For centuries, Fiji and its tropical profile fascinated visitors from all corners of the world. Once beating the stigma of cannibalism, Fiji is now the essence of a holiday in a tropical paradise.
Situated in the southern Pacific Ocean and covering an area of approximately 18,000 square kilometers, the Fiji archipelago is made up of over 300 islands and over 500 islands, of which only 106 are inhabited and only a few offer some tourist infrastructure. The geography of the small state of Oceania is dominated by a mountainous landscape, most of which consists of sleeping volcanoes. Viti Levu and Vanua Levu are Fiji’s most important islands, sheltering over 80% of the population. Viti Levu is the Fijian soul, offering tall tropical mountains, an inner area dominated by rugged terrain, rivers, waterfalls, tropical forests, rich flora and fauna.
Suva, the capital of Fiji, is a superb port situated on a hilly peninsula in the south-eastern corner of the island of Viti Levu. It is the largest and most cosmopolitan locality in the region. It hosts a wealth of places of interest and tourist attractions, including the Fiji Museum, the Thurston Botanical Gardens, the Victoria Parade, the state’s tallest building, Suva Central, Albert Park and many more.
The strongest impression for a tourist arriving in Fiji for the first time is the “good” feeling of warm air and calm breeze, the humid smell of water that surrounds you from all sides. The visual scene is green, with shades of gray from the clouds of steam covering the forests on the high terrain that surrounds the protected areas. It is a peaceful destination where the sunrises and sunsets have the value they deserve. You’ll want to get drunk in your own condition, looking for a cool dream, superficially hidden only in ice-cream glasses served in one of the Suva bars or terraces or on the beach, directly from the coconut.