White sands, crystal clear waters and the friendliest people in the world: Why Fiji is the ultimate tropical paradise getaway

Fijians are known as the friendliest people in the world, and for good reason: everywhere you go in Fiji, you will be greeted with a cheery ‘bula!’ and a wave.

This remote archipelago of 332 islands, 106 of which are inhabited, and 522 smaller islets is scattered across the South Pacific Ocean, about 1,300 miles from New Zealand’s North Island.

‘Bula’ sums up Fijian culture and means everything – hello, goodbye, welcome, love and life, and it is considered a blessing of health and happiness.  

The country is the embodiment of a tropical island paradise: crystal clear waters are fringed with spotless white beaches, exotic birds squawk from the lush and verdant greenery while coconut palms gently undulate in the breeze.

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