Fiji - General information

Fiji is one of the largest archipelagos in the Pacific Ocean consisting of several hundred islands of different origin: a continental volcanic and coral. The biggest of which is Vanua Levu and Viti Levu with Fiji's capital - Suva.
Natives of Fiji are Melanesian, many of whom have also Polynesian blood, which is visible in the eastern part of the archipelago. They represent about half of the population. The second half are people of Indian origin. Both groups stand out above all courtesy and respect for guests. Almost on every occasion celebrations are taking place. The presentations of Tabua – a whale's teeth, giving gifts and sipping vaqonę, or otherwise Kave - Fiji's national drink.
Climate of the whole archipelago is hot and generally humid, only on slopes sheltered from the moist air masses climate is dry. As a result, the islands are covered with rain forest, and in some places savanna. Fiji is full of blue lagoons, clean rivers and green mountains overgrown with tropical forests, and although the development has now reached some places, most areas did not change, being an ideal place for nature lovers and bird watchers. Among Fiji’s 20 species of reptiles, one of the most noteworthy is the crested iguana, Brachylophus vitiensis, a species discovered less than 20 years ago on a tiny island off the coast of Vanua Levu. Large, newly opened national parks, with mesh scenic hiking trails offer visitors long routes,for those who like trekking, and shorter, perfect for an afternoon stroll.
Tranquil Lagoons and varied coastline have become extremely popular among divers, surfers and as a safe place to kayak. Beneath the surface of the water spread out coral reefs and deep pelagic areas in which all teams fish. But that's not all: golf, tennis and boating are also very popular here among both residents and visitors. You do not need to be a naturalist to appreciate the charm of this wonderful island nation. The general opinion of foreigners, Fiji is a paradise on earth.

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