The South Pacific country of Fiji is an archipelago of more than 330 islands. With white-sand beaches, palm tree-lined shores, and hundreds of dive sites, it’s no wonder that the Fijian people are some of the happiest on earth. Get ready for some serious wanderlust with these 14 photos of Fiji’s idyllic islands.

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Welcome to Fiji! You’re on island time now. With 333 islands, it’s easy to have your pick of wondrous white-sand beaches.


Fiji is home to the world’s only floating pizzeria. Located three miles offshore, Cloud 9 serves freshly-made pizzas and delicious cocktails, all in the middle of the South Pacific.


Located close to the International Date Line, the island resort of Qamea is set on 100 acres of lush jungle and white-sand beaches.


The coral reefs in Fiji are known as some of the healthiest reefs in the world. Under the sea, you can find a kaleidoscope of coral colors, thousands of species of fish, and eight species of sharks.


A quick 10-minute boat ride from Royal Davui Resort brings you to the Sand Cay. You can only visit this private island for a few hours of the day due to the tides.


The island of Savusavu is known as “the hidden paradise of Fiji.” The island has some of the best diving in Fiji, famed waterfalls, hot springs, and a rugged coastline.


There are three waterfalls in Bouma National Park, located on the island of Taveuni. This jungle hike takes you to the top of the island where you can jump into the powerful waterfalls and cool off with a swim.


Before the islands were colonized, Fiji was influenced by multiple groups of people including those of Melanesia, Polynesia, and Micronesia.


So many islands mean a lot of diversity. Take your pick of white-sand beaches, turquoise waters, or lush jungles.


There are endless adventures in Fiji. From scuba diving to hiking, playing in blowholes, or exploring waterfalls, Fiji is an adventurer’s paradise.


Not all islands are created equal. Some islands in Fiji are over 4,000 square miles and others are just a few acres!


All roads lead to the ocean in Fiji.


While Fiji is famous for its crystal-clear water, not many people know that it’s also a jungle. For those looking to dry off for a bit, head into the jungle for some hikes and off-road adventures.


BULA! Bula directly translates to “life.” This is the word that is used most often as a greeting or welcome in Fiji.