Where is Fiji
Fiji map also shows that this island country has closest neighbors i.e. Vanuatu in the west, New Caledonia in the southwest, Kermadec (New Zealand) in the southeast, Tonga in the east, and Tuvalu in the north. Fiji comprises of an archipelago of more than 332 islands, among them 110 islands are permanently inhabited. The two larger and main islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, both of them collectively account 87% of the total population. Suva, the capital city lies on the Viti Levu Island.
The island country Fiji is part of Melanesia. The mostly islands that collectively constituting Fiji are of volcanic origin. The climate of Fiji is tropical marine featured with low variation round the year.
The significant sources of revenue of the country are its tourist industry and sugar exports. The territory has excellent landscapes for the tourism. Tourists from across the world nowadays prefer to visit the region especially young couples. This is one of the favorite honeymoon destinations of the world.
Government type of Fiji is parliamentary representative democratic republic characterized with multi-party system. Under the system, the President is use to be the head of state and the Prime Minister is the head of government.
Official Name- Republic of the Fiji Islands
Capital City- Suva
Official Languages- English, Bau Fijian, and Fiji Hindi
Government- Military junta and Parliamentary Republic
Area- 18,274 km2
Currency- Fijian Dollar (FJD)
Time Zone- +11 (UTC+12)
ISO Code- FJ
Calling Code- 679
Independence Day- 10 October 1970