Fiji : The island of dreams

 Fiji situated in the South Pacific about 4,450 km (2,765 mi) sw of Hawaii and 1,770 km (1,100 mi) n of New Zealand, comprises some 850 islands, of which only about 100 are inhabited, Fiji's capital city, Suva, is located on the island of Viti Levu.

The larger Fiji islands are volcanic, with rugged peaks and flatland where rivers have built deltas. Coral reefs surround the islands. Viti Levu's highest point, Tomanivi, is 1,323 m.

The larger islands have forests on the windward side and grassland on the leeward slopes. Mangroves and coconut plantations fringe the coasts

English is the official language, but Fijian and Hindi are also used in Parliament, About 52% of Fijians are Christians, primarily Methodist (37%) and Roman Catholic (9%). About 33% of the people are Hindu and 7% are Muslim (Sunni).

Popular tourist attractions are the beach resorts and traditional Fijian villages and here are ten reasons why Fiji is such a spirit-lifting destination.

1- Colour
2- Climate
3- Community
4- Fresh food
5- Kava
6- Music
7- Fiji time
8- Ceremony
9- Multiculturalism
10- Peace

Fiji remains one of best destinations in the world.

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