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fiji- beachesFiji is among the closest Pacific island groups to New Zealand and Australia, so flights are reasonably short and cheap from these English-speaking countries. Locals are relaxed and friendly people, cheerfully greeting any foreign traveler.

Almost half of Fiji's original population is of Indian extraction, brought in by the British to work in the sugar cane industry in the late 1880's as the relatively enlightened colonialists did not wish to exploit the local Melanesians.

Fiji consists of two large islands and around 300 small ones, so plan your vacation in advance.

Most travelers arrive at Viti Levu island and it hosts a lot of attractions, including golf, fishing and boating for the more affluent, or cultural tours, village visits, sand boarding, Highland hiking, rafting, tubing and bathing in hot mud pools for the rest of us.

Lomaiviti, Lau Group, Rotuma and Others
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Mamanuca Islands
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Viti Levu Beaches
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Yasawa, Vanua Levu and Other Islands
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