Bora Bora Motu
Motu Mahana Private Beach
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South Pacific Destinations - Fiji
Blessed with blue skies, ivory beaches and azure waters, Fiji is home to more than 300 islands, only about a third of which are inhabited. The majority of Fiji is volcanic in origin and very mountainous with several peaks over 3000 ft. The smaller islands are a mixture of coral and limestone with reefs ringing most islands.
The largest island Viti Levu, has the two largest metropolitan areas, the capital Suva, and Lautoka. The second largest island, Vanua Levu, covers just over 30% of the land area and is home to some 15% of the population. The two major communities there are main towns are Labasa and Savusavu.
From Savusavu, explore unspoiled bays by kayak or mask and snorkel, visit a black pearl farm, or peruse an open-air market.
Spend an afternoon in the capital city of Suva, taking in a mix of modern Polynesian flair and British and Dutch colonial era charm. Visit the botanical gardens on the sugarcane-laden island of Viti Levu from Lautoka, and experience the ultimate in relaxation on the island of Malolo, a locally owned hidden gem.