Oceania, Fiji

Fiji is a significant tourism destination, and in turn, tourism contributes much to the nation’s economic structure and growth.

How They Dazzle Us

Fiji is as idyllic as you imagined it to be and more. It is the epitome of South Pacific perfection with its blend of outstanding beaches, tropical jungles, diving wonders and spectacular waterfalls. Bolt on a climate that is almost perfect all year round and people who couldn’t be more welcoming if they tried, and you have a country that is almost perfect to visit.

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Why We Love Them

We loved the Kula Eco Park on Fiji’s biggest island, Viti Levu. It is a great example of eco-tourism done right as it blends entertainment and education with preservation and ecological work. A former bird sanctuary that has been turned into a venue that appeals to the whole family. While it includes rides and activities for children it also showcases and protects the local animals and plants. Given its volcanic origins the only native mammal on the island is the Fiji flying fox – it can be found at this park which is so well done that it boasts winning Fiji's 'Excellence in Tourism' award five times.

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Their Sustainable Superpower

Fiji is a significant tourism destination, and in turn, tourism contributes much to the nation’s economic structure and growth. At the same time, Fiji’s national policies and plans recognises that continued growth in this sector needs to be balanced with the broader social and environmental context in which tourism occurs. To this end, tourism is recognised as a core part of national development planning and a key sector in its forthcoming national development plan and its Green Growth Framework.

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Best Time to Visit

In typical tropical island fashion there is never a bad time to visit Fiji. The temperatures are consistent throughout the year and while there are storms between November and April, these tend to build up over the day and be short and concentrated, meaning that there is still plenty of time for relaxing and beach-based activities.

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Unique Foods

Much like most tropical islands Fijian food features fish and things like tropical fruits and coconuts. Look out for Kokoda (pronounced as core-conda), which is Mahi Mahi fish that has been cooked for several hours after an initial preparation that involves marinating in in freshly squeezed lemon juice. In terms of cooking the lovo is a typical Fijian way of preparing food. A meat like chicken, fish or pork is tightly wrapped in a weave of palm fronds or banana leaves and then placed into an underground oven or lovo pit.

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Visa Details

Please consult the closest embassy or consulate of Fiji

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