Surface:The island of Fiji has a total land area of 18,270 km sq.
Population: Fiji’s population is approximately 918,700 (July 2007), comprising 54.8%25 Fijians, 37.4%25 Indians and 7.9%25 others.
System of government: Fiji has a republic government.
Capital: Suva is the capital of Fiji and has a population of approximately 77,400 (1996).
Religion: Christianity being the dominant religion, Hinduism and Islam are also followed.
Official Language: English and Fijian are the official languages of the country.
Government: Fiji has a republic government.
Climate: he island of Fiji experiences a tropical marine climate.
Units of measure and electricity: Fiji uses the metric system while the electricity unit is 240 V, 50 Hz.
Time Zone: Fiji’s standard time is GMT + 12.
Currency: Fijian Dollar (1 € = 2.13 FJD)
Travel documents required: All visitors require a valid passport and visa, except Americans, UK nationals, Canadians, South Africans, New Zealanders and the Irish.
Well, I know tourist would love to visit the "Historyical" site of the Old Capital,i.e."Levuka,Ovalau,in Lomaiviti..They've got the famous 100 steps,I know cool eh..They definitely got the famous hotels/resorts like in the islands of "Moturiki", and the islands are Caqalai and also you can visit the villages in Moturiki, i.e. "Nasauvuki". Also you can visit the Island of "Koro", where they have the famous "Turtle calling",only a certain clans are given the traditional talent to do the "turtle calling" that is in the village of "Nacamaki,Koro in Lomaiviti..Also you can visit the island of "Gau"in the village of"Qarani",the home of "The King of Sevens", "The Mastero", "The Legend",Yes the home of "Sir Waisale Tikomaisolomoni Serevi"..and I know Tourist will definitely love to visit the famous...
Lautoka city is a great place to live in and start a family in. It has good schools to educate the minds of the children, whether it be primary education or secondary education and also, there are tertiary institutions in which a child can further his or her studies in.The City is surrounded by Police Posts and the force is always working hard to keep the city free from crime. However, there are on-going transports to different destinations whether it be bus, taxi and mini-van. There are different places in town of individuals choice in which one wish to buy groceries from. Last but not the least, the City are filled with multi-cultural people who share with each other the pride of their own unique ways.