Where happiness finds you.
Often referred to as the ‘Crossroads of the South Pacific’ because of its geographical location, the Fiji Islands is a hospitable land of contrasts in people, flora, fauna and culture.
It is home to people who have been called the friendliest on earth. Fiji consists of 333 mountainous islands of volcanic origin scattered over the Pacific Ocean.
It is a cosmopolitan cocktail of culture, race and religion. It is a place where ‘ bula’, the traditional Fijian greeting, is a very special word and you can relax without a care in the world.
Fiji Islands has a population of close to 838,271 and a land mass of 18,333 square km taken up mostly by the two major islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.