Which country does Fiji belong to?
Far from the hustle and bustle of Europe, the Republic of Fiji is isolated in the South Pacific, more than 2100 kilometers from New Zealand. Of the 332 islands of the democratic island state, only about 110 are inhabited. The population of the entire country, at 890,000, is well below one million. However, more than half a million tourists visit the beautiful islands every year.
This makes Fiji by far the most popular travel destination in the entire South Seas, even before French Polynesia. Accordingly, the tourist infrastructure of Fiji is also excellent: from luxury resorts and overwater bungalows to family-run guesthouses and simple beach huts to designated eco-resorts and traditional Boers, every holidaymaker can decide here according to taste and budget. The largest selection of hotels and activities can certainly be found on the main Fijian island of Viti Levu with its capital Suva. If you are looking for a lot of variety and want to get an unadulterated picture of the life of the residents, this is certainly the right place. An unforgettable postcard idyll, on the other hand, can be enjoyed on the small island groups of the Mamanucas or Yasawas. Here, pure South Sea awaits the holidaymaker with white sandy beaches and fantastically clear lagoons for snorkeling. All possibilities for a dream holiday on the Fiji Islands can be found in our following overview! Can’t decide on a specific offer? We are also happy to put together an individual round trip over various islands according to your taste.
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