Last Updated: 24 December 2017
Fiji is situated in the South Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and Australia. Comprising three hundred and thirty islands that span an area of one thousand six hundred kilometres, two thirds of the islands are uninhabited. Eighty five percent of the population of Melanesian and Indian people, live on the main island.

Fiji is blessed with some of the world’s most pristine beaches and Coral Reefs. It is a great diving destination where more than one thousand five hundred species of fish live in the surrounding waters. It also offers some of the best wind surfing and kite surfing conditions.


Visitors can charter a fishing boat, go white water rafting or zipline through the rain forest, which is filled with beautiful birds and lush plants. No questions as to why these islands were chosen for the filming of Castaways and Blue Lagoon.

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