Fiji is an archipelago of 333 islands and hundreds more tiny islets, many of which are uninhabited. An island lovers and beach resort paradise Fiji provides all manner of luxury across all budget ranges, local culture and heritage remains strong and the islander food and drink are known the world over.
Things to know before visit Fiji
Fiji experiences monsoon between November and April while the warm weather lies between March and December. The temperatures moderate around 26 °C and 21 °C all year through, making it a tropical climate.
These tropical beauties are referred to as paradise on earth for their exceptional comforts and luxuries. You can relish crystal clear blue water, luxurious resorts, white sand beaches and gorgeous sea life. The islands are a friendly place where people are amiable and welcoming.
Enjoy the hearty vibe of Fiji in this modern and youthful town of Suva. Set in the natural backdrop of a hilltop peninsula, the city has architectural as well as a cultural sights and sounds. It is a hub of eateries, urban malls and colonial buildings. The streets also have many cinema theaters for entertainment with a lively traditional life that can be explored on foot.
Rotuma island is an always celebrating place, located far away from the mainland. The charm of this Fiji island is its culture and language. The people of Rotuma are closely intertwined in beliefs and their relationships. The amiable group of natives are far behind the modern living but still offer a life worth experiencing.
Levuka is an eye pleasing architectural wonder and the place to be for all the enthusiasts who wish to explore the glorious life of Fijians. This place in the great South Pacific has kept its colonial glory like none other. The people at Levuka are very hospitable. It was the first island to be listed as UNESCO’s world heritage site.
Travel Advisory: For the latest information and advice on safety and entry requirements please consult your travel agent well in advance of your departure and visit the following government website:
Department of Foreign affairs and trade www.dfat.gov.au
Smart Traveler website www.smartraveler.gov.au
Electricity: Fiji supplies electricity at the standard range of 240 volts. It uses the same kind of sockets as found in Australia and New Zealand.