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With over 300 islands, 130 of which are currently inhabited, Fiji is a South Pacific jewel. The inhabitants embody a mix of indigenous, Indonesian and European traditions as Fiji is a multi-racial and multi-cultural society. The pristine waters and beautiful coral reefs make this one of the best places on earth to experience oceanic activities including diving, snorkeling, windsurfing and parasailing. Its distant geographic location, tropical marine climate, natural, unspoiled beauty and relaxed atmosphere make it a great getaway from the rigors of urban life, as well as a top family and honeymoon destination.

Vatulele Island Resort

Vatulele Island Resort

A mere 25-minute light aircraft flight from Fiji's Viti Levu island, this resort boasts nearly two dive sites for each of the fourteen freestanding accommodations. Beneath the waves, you'll find soft and hard corals, large drop-offs and above average to excellent visibility.

One of Our Top 10 Honeymoon Hotels
This island hideaway offers unparalleled exclusivity by welcoming only fourteen couples. Two-room bures offer peaceful views over the Blue Lagoon and an outdoor day bed for decadent afternoon naps.

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Fiji Islands

With countless resorts, an array of water sports and some of the most romantic beaches and untouched coral reefs in the world, Fiji is the consummate escape from the daily grind and a dramatic departure from the ordinary vacation.

The Best Spas in Fiji
Enjoy a traditional Bobo Massage or an Island Body Wrap at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort's Fiji Luxury Spa. Nature-lovers can try a treatment at the Namale Spa and Sanctuary, situated on a volcanic cliff overlooking the Koro Sea.
Fiji Luxury Spa

For more information, visit the official website of Fiji.

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(Updated: 03/09/11 CT)

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