Tropical islands abound in friendly Fiji, blessed with 333 magnificent islands, some inhabited, most not. Set in the tropical South Pacific, Fiji is surely the essence of a tropical island paradise. From famous dive spots in the Northern Islands and tranquil sandy beaches in the Mamanuca Islands, to Viti Levu's multicultural hub and spectacular Coral Coast, be transported into a world of serenity. White sandy beaches, swaying coconut trees, pristine oceans and waterways and a range of things to do and see that will appeal to the most discerning traveler.
VITI LEVU | NADI
Nadi (pronounced Nandi) is on the western side of the main island of Viti Levu with a population of around 43,000. Set in the middle of the cane field belt, which together with tourism is the basic source of sustenance for the locals, Nadi is constantly on the go and never seems to sleep. Denarau Island is the largest integrated resort in the South Pacific offering a variety of accommodation, activities and investment options. These range from premier resorts, a championship golf course and an abundance of holiday activities.
Malolo is a volcanic island located in the Mamanuca group of Fiji. The top of Malolo Island is not quite a peak, not quite a hill but it is the highpoint of the Mamanuca Islands chain and it provides a truly magnificent vista. Castaway Island, or Qalito, is an island of the Mamanuca group in Fiji. Castaway is Fiji's first outer-island resort. This resort has long been a favorite haunt of families who return year after year to renew old friendships with Fijian staff, some who have worked at these resorts for most of their adult life.
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