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Fiji, a country in the South Pacific, has an archipelago of over 300 islands. Coral reefs are famous for their clear lakes, palm-lined beaches, and rugged landscapes. There are two central
islands in Fiji: Vanua Levu and Viti Levu. Together, these islands account for about 87% population of the country. Viti Levu is the home of Suva, the capital, a coastal city with British
colonial structure. The Fiji Museum, in Thurston Gardens in the Victorian era, has ethnographic displays.

Lautoka (sugar cane industry base) and Nadi (the Tourist hub) are among the most popular urban centres in Fiji, and each is located in the Momi Bay, Denarau, and Coral Coast regions. More
than that, abundant tropical pine plants spread across inland lands and white sandy beaches that wrap around the coast. Virgin blue and green water include lively and soft coral reefs, and there
are deep dives, ideal for fishing and diving.

Fiji has plenty of inherent cultures, turquoise waters, rivers, forests, and white sand beaches. So, if you are looking for a backpacker adventure, a family retreat, or a decadent resort, these islands
have everything.