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The Fiji islands, located in the South Pacific, are a popular tourist destination for people looking to relax on pristine beaches and take part in world-class scuba diving. The warmth of the Fijian Islanders is legendary, adding to this relaxed and beautiful tropical paradise.
The Coral Coast, on the southern part of island of Viti Levu, offers miles of white beaches and crystal blue water perfect for swimming, relaxing and snorkeling.
The Yasawas are an archipelago of 20 islands that were closed to tourists until the 1980s. Turtle Island is one of the most popular resorts in the Fiji Islands.
The Mamanucas are another set of islands popular for tourism. Some of these islands become completely covered by the ocean at high tide. This group is south of the Yasawas and features many resorts.
This small island inhabited by mostly European retirees is a popular location for windsurfers. There are currently plans to develop more resorts on the island.
Suva is Fiji's largest city. It is where the Fijian government meets and is home to the Fiji Museum and many gardens and parks. Cumming Street, operational since colonial times, is a popular locale for shopping.