The best time to run away to Fiji is whenever the spirit moves you. Its delightful tropical climate comprises both a wet and dry season. From May to October is the island’s winter, when Fiji has cooler temperatures and less rainfall. The rainy season generally lasts from November through April, although it rains at times throughout the year. Average daily temperatures at this time are around 77F.
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This unique resort reflects the cultural values and architecture of Fiji and the warmth of it's people.
The international dateline runs across Taveuni, Fiji’s third largest island. Morning arrives here before most of the planet.
Nearly 40 percent of the Fijian population is of Indian descent. Considered one of the friendliest people on earth, the traditional Fijian greeting of bula can mean hello, goodbye, welcome, love or simply, to life! Bula is basically a blessing of health and happiness, similar to shalom, aloha and hola, from one of the most naturally blessed regions in the world.
Only about one-third of Fiji’s tropical islands are inhabited. Most of the population lives on its two largest islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.
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