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Fiji is one of the paradise islands of the Pacific with many scenic and historic attractions. The islands are situated within some of the most pristine waters in the world and inhabited by the friendliest of people. Known for renowned Island Resorts and resorts on private islands, most within easy reach of the international airports any escape to this part of the Pacific will only bring total relaxation and lazy days.
The word "Bula" is the most common call by the locals which means "welcome" or "be at ease", and becomes a common refrain by all who visit Fiji. The ethnic variety of Fiji society can be seen mainly in the towns with a mixture of Fijians dressed in wrap-around sulus, numerous Indians, men in Western clothes, women wearing colourful saris and a scattering of European, Chinese and other Pacific Islanders.
A tradition of both the Indians and Fijians is the practice of fire-walking and while the Indian fire-walking is done for religious reasons the Fijian's is steep in legend. The Indian ritual remains a religious penance and not merely a tourist attraction although tourists can pay to see these ceremonies.
Cruise on large schooners or yachts to gorgeous islands, hike the mountains, try big game fishing or snorkel the amazing coral reef - if the lazy beaches all become too much.
Destinations to consider are:
Viti Lavu; Nadi; Mamanuca Islands; Suva; Pacific Harbour; Coral Coast; Vanua Levu and Kadavu.