Fiji's warm hospitality is its foremost natural attraction. The Fijian culture is lively and colorful, and the source of the islands' friendly and inviting atmosphere. Fiji's easy-going style is accented with Polynesian and Asian influences displayed in native and imported crafts sold at open-air bazaars, in festivals and celebrations, and in exotic ethnic cuisines.
More than 300 islands are host to endless days of snorkeling in crystal seas, surfing on some of the world's most formidable waves, sunning on secluded beaches, trekking through lush rainforests, and quite a lot more. Viti Levu, literally 'Great Fiji,' is the largest island where you'll find a good sampling of all that Fiji has to offer: Elegant resorts, traditional villages, the busy capital city of Suva, scenic drives through rural countryside, and ferries to neighboring islands.
Happily, traditional Fijian art, architecture, music and dance are much a part of daily life, even in modern times. Intricate wood-carving, masi bark cloth design, and the building of handsome pitched-roofed houses called bures are treasured skills. Welcoming guests with a kava drinking ceremony is an honored ritual. And the practice of fire walking is performed regularly for astounded visitors.
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Helpful information for traveling in Fiji:
General facts about Fiji - World Factbook
Explore Fiji - Fiji Islands Tourism
Travel facts about Fiji - wikitravel
TripAdvisor reviews of Viti Levu, Fiji