South of the Hawaiian Islands and North of New Zealand and Australia you’ll find the nation of Fiji, a scattering of over 300 islands mostly formed through volcanic eruptions millions of years ago.
The country enjoys a perfect South Sea tropical climate with average winter temperatures ranging between 68º – 80º F (20º – 26ºC) and a summer average between 73º – 86º F (23º – 30ºC). Pollution free, Fiji boasts some of the cleanest air and purest water in the world.
Fiji gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1970 but remains a member of the British Commonwealth. English is the commonly-spoken language while the native tongue is Fijian and the Indian population speaks Hindi.