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The mountainous, tropical Melanesian archipelago is home to heavenly beaches and fascinating sea beds. It offers a lively, thriving culture and is the perfect spot if what you want is a colourful, authentic, faraway place.
You do not just travel to Fiji by chance. This archipelago, independent since 1970, is hidden away in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, in the farthest reaches of the world. With its 830,000 inhabitants, the country comprises almost 400 islands tucked away in an isolated spot between New Caledonia, Tonga and New Zealand. It is definitely worth a visit. Fiji, with its lush vegetation, rocky outcrops and white sandy beaches, is one of nature’s wonders and has been protected from mass tourism by its native culture which is protective of the countryside.