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Visit the Happiest People on Earth

* A 2014 Win/Gallup International poll of countries found that Fiji's people are the happiest on Earth, with 93 percent of Fijians answering they were either "happy" or "very happy". (Fijiguide.com is indebted to Jon Apted, founder of Humans of the Fiji Islands, for permitting us to use his remarkable portraits of Fiji people, featured on this page and elsewhere on the site. Vinaka, Jon).

Exciting places to go

Visit an outer island and experience Fiji like a local. Vanua Levu, Taveuni and Ovalau (home of Fiji's old Capital) have rain forests, waterfalls, pristine reefs, national parks and indigenous culture.

Natural Highlights

In Fiji, you can enjoy the great outdoors all year around.

Golf in Fiji

Golf has been popular in Fiji since the colonial era. Some of the golf courses were actually laid out to meet the recreational needs of the old Colonial Sugar Refining Company. Today golf continues to be very popular and the good news for visitors is ...
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Diving in Fiji

Fiji consists of over 300 islands scattered over 42,000 square miles of ocean. It’s not hyperbole to state that this island nation has some of the best diving in the world. Notably, the variety of soft coral is astounding. Fed by the rich nutrients streaming ...
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Eat well

Treat your palate to an explosion of tastes ranging from hot spiced curry to cool Kokoda

Nadi, Denarau & Lautoka Restaurants

Our restaurants of choice Editor's Note: The Nadi & Denarau Restaurants review was originally a blog from Tasneem Hussein of My Fiji Store. Nadi & Denarau Restaurants Habibi ...
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Suva Restaurants and Cafes

Where to Eat in Suva Dining out is obligatory for every Suva visitor. As the cultural hub of the South Pacific, this diversity is expressed ...
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Latest Blog Posts

Read our adventures, and inspiring journeys around Fiji

Makaira Resort on Taveuni turns Reef Restoration into a Fine Art

Editor's Note: A version of this story was published in the Honolulu Star Advertiser.  When Hawaii native Roberta Davis first came to Taveuni in 1986 she never could have dreamed she'd be on the leading edge of reef restoration. For ...
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Q&A with Nancy Thomas, curator of new Fiji Art exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art

On December 15 the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) launched Fiji: Art & Life in the Pacific, the most comprehensive array of Fijian art ever mounted in the U.S. The exhibit will run until July 20, 2020. The exhibition ...
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In Fiji Sustainable Tourism is a Way of Life

Editor's Note: A version of this story was published in the Honolulu Star Advertiser. When Oahu natives Rachel Holderbaum and Kainoa Cundall decided to set up Dua na Cegu, a fishing and free-diving resort on Waisalima Bay on Kadavu, a ...
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Frank Bainimarama reminds the world that climate change is a reality

For Fijians, climate change is not some abstract notion. Fiji is on the front lines, both as an island nation and, a leader in placing the reduction of carbon emissions atop the global agenda. And not a moment too soon ...
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