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Viti Levu has four main regions: Nadi (the site of Fiji’s international airport), Suva, Rakiraki and the Coral Coast. Its geography and topography vary wildly, with rich river valleys to the south and vast sugar plantations to the north and west and also features mountains, volcanic regions and barren, dry land.
Viti Levu lies in the path ... More of the trade winds, which results in the eastern side receiving as much as 100 inches of rainfall a year; however, the western side is generally dry and sunny. The island is home to approximately 600,000 people, who are mainly Indian or indigenous Fijian.
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Suva (About 29.6 mi)
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|Suva - 29.6 mi|
Suva, the capital of Fiji, is located on the south-eastern coast of Viti Levu
island, S Pacific.
Suva is at the same time Fiji's main port city, the commercial and political
|Nadi - 39.3 mi|
Nadi is the third-largest city in the island nation of Fiji. It is situated on the western side of Viti Levu, which is the largest island in Fiji, and is the site of Nadi...