Comprising of 333 islands and 522 smaller islets, this exotic country South-West of the Pacific is the hub of many tourist spots. The mountainous islands are covered in lush tropical forests, making it the home of a diverse wildlife. Most widely known for its warm and humid weather, travellers from Australia, the USA, and New Zealand sightsee around this friendly nation.
It's tourism industry today is now booming mainly because of the improvement of its transportation system. But of course, this country highlights it's pristine coasts and diving spots that is why this location is called, "The Soft Coral Capital of the World."
Check out some of its best ocean fronts:
Also known as the Castaway Beaches, these are located south of Yasawa. It consists of about 20 islands, making it a perfect place for island-hopping trips. The main town of Malolo Lailai is its commercial centre and has an airport that provides flights for Musket Cove, Lomani, and Plantation Island Resort. It's deep-sand lagoons is great for swimming and snorkeling at most tides.
These lie in the Western area and has about 20 volcanic enclaves. Its six main areas are very mountainous and are considered as the largest in the archipelago. The most famous beach is called the Turtle Island or Nanuya Levu, which was the setting of the film, The Blue Lagoon. Nacula boasts of a long-stripped coast emptying into a lagoon that is deep at all tides.
White-sand shorelines that run for several kilometres is what this place offers. Peaceful and luxurious, a lot of commercial resorts have been established here. Located south of the archipelago's biggest isle of Viti Levu, this is inhabited by only four villages and is comprised mostly of coral and volcanic terrains.
Long and Matana seasides are the most famous; these have deep white-sand coasts and areas of seawater separated by a reef. This nation's fourth largest island comprises of Ono, Galoa, and a number of islets in the Great Astrolabe Reef, one of the biggest barrier reefs in the world. This is considered as a diving mecca because it is the breeding ground for large fishes and is untouched by modern improvements.
Considered as "The Hidden Paradise" of Fiji, it is renowned for its hot springs, trading centres, scuba diving, and yachting amenities. There are plenty of resorts from small-scale ones to a few 5-star accommodations that also offer opportunities for bird watching tours which highlights the endemic silktail species.
English is considered one of its primary languages, so it would not be too hard to communicate with the locals. You may get additional information about travelling to this tropical country online.