Fiji Islands

Mr. Harper's Travel Guide

In the out-islands of Fiji, you can experience a calming sense of detachment from the world. Lovely beaches, clear blue lagoons and jungle-clad volcanic peaks aside, it is the native Fijians you will remember most, their easygoing manner and spontaneous good humor unmatched by any ...

In the out-islands of Fiji, you can experience a calming sense of detachment from the world. Lovely beaches, clear blue lagoons and jungle-clad volcanic peaks aside, it is the native Fijians you will remember most, their easygoing manner and spontaneous good humor unmatched by any culture in the world. The main island of Viti Levu is where the international airport, 75 percent of the population, most of the tourists and all of the group-oriented hotels are located. Aside from Nanuku on the south coast, Fiji’s greatest treasures lie beyond, among the country’s 333 unspoiled islands scattered along the international date line. These sanctuaries allow you to experience authentic Fijian culture while relaxing at superlative resorts.

CLIMATE

June-September is the ideal time for a visit. December-April is the rainy season. There is little temperature variation year-round. 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Passport (valid for six months beyond end of stay). Visit travel.state.gov, and for travelers’ health information, cdc.gov.

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SIMILAR REGIONS TO Worldwide //  Australia/New Zealand/South Pacific //  South Pacific //  Fiji Islands

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