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About Fiji

Fiji Islands Republic, officially known as the Republic of Fiji, is an island country located in Oceania. Its borders are in the southern and eastern hemispheres. Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Fiji is also a highly popular destination for tourism. Having been under British sovereignty for many years, Fiji declared its independence on October 10, 1970. As of 2006, Fiji has a population of nearly one million, and its capital is Suva.
The country is divided into four regions - Central, Eastern, Northern, Rotuma, and Western - and one dependent region, situated in the South Pacific. Located between Melanesia and Polynesia, Fiji consists of 322 islands and 522 islets, with the most significant islands being Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Almost all of the islands are covered in tropical forests. While Fijan is the official language, due to the country's colonial history English and Hindi are also widely spoken. Other major cities besides the capital Suva include Lautoka and Nadi. The currency used in the country is the Fiji Dollar.
Fiji, rich in tropical forests, minerals, and fish resources, primarily relies on tourism for its economy. With a well-developed economy among Pacific islands, tourism plays a crucial role in Fiji. Hosting an average of 350,000 tourists annually, the country is an ideal destination for sun, sand, and sea. Its main natural resources include timber, fish, gold, copper, petroleum, and hydro energy, with approximately 11% of the land suitable for agriculture.
Sugar production contributes one-third of the country's industrial activity, and Fiji has also made significant progress in the garment, dried coconut, gold, and silver industries. Most of the population earns a living through agriculture. Exported products include cassava, coconut, rice, potatoes, bananas, livestock, fish, and sugarcane.
The country experiences little climate change in many months of the year due to its tropical maritime climate. Fiji has two distinct seasons: wet and dry. The wet and humid season occurs between November and April, often accompanied by tropical cyclones. The dry season is between May and October, generally without rain. Given the highly developed tourism, most festivals are organized in the summer months. Some of the most popular festivals include the Hindu Festival of Lights during Diwali, The Bula Festival, the Sugar Festival, and the Hibiscus Festival.
The fishing industry, thriving due to Fiji's location and climate, places fish and seafood in the spotlight of its traditional cuisine. In addition to these, rice, taro, breadfruit, sweet potatoes, cassava, and coconuts are among the most consumed foods in Fiji.

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Which airlines have flights to Fiji?

Malaysia Airlines, Fiji Airways, Air Canada, Jetstar, Jetstar Asia, Air India, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Srilankan Airlines, Japan Airlines, Qantas organize flights to Fiji.

To which Fiji cities are there direct flights from the USA?

Fiji cities with direct flights from the USA: Nadi, Suva, Savusavu.

Which airlines have direct flights to Fiji?

Airlines that offer direct flights to Fiji: Jetstar, Fiji Airways.

Which are the most popular Fiji airports?

The most popular airports in Fiji: Nadi Intl., Nausori Intl., Savusavu.

Which are the most popular Fiji cities?

Most popular Fiji cities: Nadi, Suva, Savusavu.