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About Fiji

Fiji is an archipelago of more than 330 islands, of which 110 are permanently inhabited, and more than 500 islets, amounting to a total land area of about 18,300 square kilometers.

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Fiji Travel Information

Visions of vibrantly-colored soft corals covered by dense schools of fairy basslets are just one of the mesmerizing effects that this dream destination has on divers. Prime diving areas abound all through this country of over 300 islands from Kadavu in the south to Vanualevu and Taveuni in the north. The resorts are saturated in South Pacific ambience with strong cultural undertones that make this destination as exotic as they come. Fed by the nutrient rich waters of the Tonga Trench, the Fiji Islands have an amazing bio-diversity of marine life from macro creatures to large pelagics. Fiji’s cultural presence is also strong throughout the country and exists in perfect harmony with its nature. Visit local villages, rainforests and waterfalls – go white-water rafting, sea kayaking or hop on a live-aboard or adventure cruise to explore remote reefs and outlying islands.

Upcoming Trips & Tours in Fiji

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Dive Resorts in Fiji

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