PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: FIJI, THE HAPPIEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD !

Photos of the Week: 6/7/2018:  A wonderful pictorial of FIJI !

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Unwind on an unforgettable family holiday filled with sunshine, wonder and adventure in #FijiNow

 

 

 Bula! Welcome to Fiji, the happiest country in the world. Follow us for travel information, photos, deals and discussions to bring a smile to your face. Fiji, where happiness finds you!

 

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FIJI IS ONE OF THE MANY ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN.  THESE ISLANDS, AS WELL AS MANY OF THE OTHER ISLANDS ALL SEEM TO HAVE SUCH BEAUTY THAT MANY WHO COME HERE ARE JUST IN AWE OF THE BEAUTY OF THE ISLANDS AND OF THE PEOPLE.  OF COURSE, THE MOST POPULAR ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN IS THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, BUT, THE ISLANDS OF FIJI ARE NOT AS WELL KNOWN BUT THOSE WHO DO KNOW THESE ISLANDS ARE NEVER DISAPPOINTED.  THEY ARE NOT AS CROWDED AND SEEM TO BE A LOT MORE RELAXED BECAUSE  THEY DON’T HAVE THE CROWDS.   BELOW YOU CAN SEE WHERE THEY ARE LOCATED IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN IN RELATION TO THE OTHER ISLANDS:

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Enchanting, expressive and mesmerising. Music and dance is a favourite pastime for Fijians and an important part of their rich culture. 🎵 🌺
Having no written history, the Meke is a way to account Fijian history and embraces traditional song and dance to conjure up the legends, love stories, spirits and history of Fiji through symbolic movements.

 

 

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You can’t beat the backdrop of the ocean as you witness the ancient art of fire dancing! The night shows in Fiji will have you both awestruck and joining in on the fun

 

 

Climate[edit]

The climate in Fiji is tropical marine and warm year round with minimal extremes. The warm season is from November to April and the cooler season lasts from May to October. Temperatures in the cool season still average 22 °C (72 °F). Rainfall is variable, with the warm season experiencing heavier rainfall, especially inland. For the larger islands, rainfall is heavier on the southeast portions of the islands than on the northwest portions, with consequences for agriculture in those areas. Winds are moderate, though cyclones occur about once a year (10–12 times per decade).[81][82][83]

On 20 February 2016, Fiji was hit by the full force of Cyclone Winston, the only Category 5 tropical cyclone to make landfall in the nation. Winston destroyed tens of thousands of homes across the island, killing 44 people and causing an estimated FJ$2 billion ($1 billion USD) in damage.

 

 

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Nothing spells romance more than a beachside escape with the one you love! Who would you share this romantic moment with?

 

 

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We spy the perfect spot for a little R&R Savasi Island Resort
It’s a tough life, but somebody’s got to do it!

 

 

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It’s easy to find happiness in Fiji when you wake up to this every morning! Unplug. Unwind. Relax. Reconnect.

 

 

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Picture perfect view of St John’s College, situated on Ovalau Island, north-east from the capital of Suva 

 

 

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The fresh fruits that await you are just so tasty.

 

 

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Venture beyond the coastal tourist hot spots to discover Fiji’s inland attractions. You’ll find natural beauty in scenic rivers, mountains, canyons and waterfalls 
Terra Treck Falls is an absolute gem found in Fiji’s Pacific Harbour.

 

 

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Spend your days snorkeling & your nights gazing at the sunset!

 

 

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Located in the north of Fiji’s Lau group, Vatuvara’s 800-hectare island has been uninhabited for most of human history!

 

 

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A wedding & honeymoon destination in one! 🙌Wananavu beach resort offers a romantic experience like you wouldn’t believe! 🏝️ 💙
Situated on Fiji’s main island at Viti Levu’s most northern point, Wananavu has the feel of an island paradise with the convenience of the mainland!

 

 

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For those who surf more than the internet… 🌊 Fiji’s killer waves attract some of the world’s best and most iconic surfers. During peak season (April-October), swells will reach a top of 8-10 feet. Now that’s pretty gnarly!

 

 

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You haven’t known bliss until you’ve visited Savusavu! 🌴 With a teeny population of just 3,372, the town is known as Fiji’s hidden paradise

 

 

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This is what the weather is like at Christmas time.  One of those palm trees could be your Christmas tree if you like.  It’s a nice way to celebrate winter.

 

 

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Fiji’s lush, verdant landscape is not only easy on the eyes, but makes for endless tropical adventures. Days are filled with sea kayaking along the coast, snorkeling off dive boats, and stand up paddle boarding! 🌴
What’s your activity of choice? If you’re more the ‘hammock & cocktail’ type, we’ve got that too!

Visit our website for an abundance of adventures:   http://bit.ly/2zKORhq

 

 

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Your magical home away from home 😍 🌈💖
Tell us – Where’s your favourite place, island or resort to visit in Fiji? Pictured is the Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa.

 

 

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Think Fiji’s just swaying palm trees and white sandy beaches? Think again! 
The mountainous terrain, cascading waterfalls, green forests and rolling hills of Fiji’s Nausori Highlands, (on the mainland of Viti Levu,) make them well worth a visit! 🇫🇯 🌺
Photo by @annergize on Instagram

 

 

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Pure Gold

 

 

I hope you have enjoyed this beautiful pictorial of the country of FIJI.  Some of you may have never heard of this remote islands of Fiji.  So, I hope you have found some excitement of seeing this country for the first time.  Imagine visiting this paradise for some time.  The food, the climate, the atmosphere is near divine.

 

For more information and photos go to the following websites:

https://www.facebook.com/Fiji/

www.fiji.travel

www.fiji.travel

 

 

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