Fiji – an exotic country in the vast Pacific Ocean

Composed of 300 islands, the country of Fiji is located at the intersections of the southern part of the Pacific Ocean. For a long time, the archipelago was known as the islands of cannibals, and was circumvented because of its ferocious warriors and dangerous coasts. Today, the country of Fiji, with its comfortable climate, colorful beaches, coral reefs and convenient location at the course of Pacific Air Routes, is a demanded tourist direction.

The sights of Fiji

The National Museum in the city of Suva will introduce the history of Fiji, and the gardens in which it is located are a real tank of exotic vegetation. Also in the capital, the temple of Sri Siva Subramaniya is located – the largest Hindu temple of the southern hemisphere. Near the city you can explore the sacred grottoes of the Sigatoka Valley (Sigatoka) and the Church of San Francisk Xavier on the mountain, which opens an enchanting overview of the road of kings. The main attraction of the island of orchids is the river valley, which was transformed into a miniature Fiji, and on the island of Viti Levu (Viti Levu) is impressed by Mount Balamu (Batilamu).