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Fiji consists of 322 islands, of which 106 are inhabited, the remainder have been left as nature reserves to promote the extreme diversity of the plants and invertebrates: More than 10,000 species, many of which have yet to be studied.
Holidays to Fiji 2015, 2016 with Abercrombie & Kent let you experience the cultures and areas that make this extraordinary country one of the most desirable luxury holiday destinations in the world.
Traditional Fijian tabu approaches coupled with modern conservation methods have allowed vast swathes of ocean to be undisturbed by fishing vessels meaning Fiji's justifiably renowned Coral Reefs and are among the more diverse and intact in the Pacific Ocean. Commitment from the national governments offers outstanding opportunities for conservation in the face of persistent challenges besetting marine communities everywhere.
Nausori International Airport (Suva)
18 - 21 hours, one refuelling stop
GMT + 11 hours
Visa required for UK passport holders
Yellow Fever Vaccination certificate required if arriving from an endemic area
BEST TIME TO TRAVEL
May to October is Fiji's dry season when the weather is pleasant and temperatures are milder. November to April is considered the wet season when cyclones and heavy rainfall can be a common occurrence. Fiji has an average temperature of 25 degrees.
I tracked the Susa group which is the one I really wanted to see - it was almost as if gorillas were tumbling out of every bush, shrub and even at times they seemed to fall from the sky.
- MM, Edinburgh