Fiji is one of the exotic and honeymoon gateways for many people especially from Western Europe , America and Australia. Fiji, a country in the South Pacific, is an archipelago of more than 300 islands. It’s famed for its rugged landscape of blue lagoons and palm-lined beaches, and eco-activities from mountain climbing and surfing to soft-coral diving and zip-lining. Its major islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, contain the lion’s share of the population, meaning much of the country is uncrowded.Population of Fiji is Polynesian tribes settled there many years ago since ancient time. Most of 880 000 people live in capital city Suva where is the international airport and this is the place where you arrive first. Soon as you touch the ground local people organize a nice and warm welcome for you.
Resort and hotels are with different prices depend of the level of luxury. Like all other Pacific island Fiji is perfect for scuba diving and snorkeling . Endless white sand beaches offer you an amazing layback enjoyment all year around. Maximum temperatures in Fiji rarely move out of the 31C to 26C range all year round. A cooling trade wind blows from the east south-east for most of the year. It usually drops to a whisper in the evening and picks up again by mid-morning.
Fiji does have a wet season. The wet season is normally from November to April and results from the southerly movements of the South Pacific Convergence Zone. The wet season is characterised by heavy, brief local showers and contributes most of Fiji’s annual rainfall. Annual rainfall on the main islands is between 2000mm and 3000mm on the coast and low lying areas, and up to 6000mm in the mountains.
Typically the smaller islands in Fiji receive less rainfall than the main Island with various amounts according to their location and size, ranging from 1500mm to 3500mm. Cyclones do occur in Fiji and are normally confined to wet season.
The best months for holidaying in regards to Fiji weather is late March through to early December.