Fiji is a postcard come to life with over 300 green islands sitting in the Pacific Ocean. Good tourist infrastructure, turquoise blue waters, white sand beaches framed by palm trees, and year-round sunny days make this an outstanding island destination. Life explodes under the surface of the calm waters with amazing aquatic diversity that is easy to explore whether you are diving, swimming, snorkelling or surfing. On land, Fiji’s lush interiors are home to abundant vegetation, bright tropical flowers, and extinct volcanoes. Tribal village life focuses on community and hospitality. Visitors are welcomed for a unique chance to experience ethnic Fijian culture. The country’s largest island, Viti Levu, is home to the capital city of Suva and most of Fiji’s diverse population. Ethnic Melanesians and Polynesians mix with Fiji's large Indian communities for a flavourful blend of cultures. City life emphasises traditional values, village-style hospitality and laid-back colonial charm leftover from Fiji’s time as part of the British Empire. Here, as elsewhere in the country, everything runs on ‘Fiji Time’ inviting visitors to sit back and enjoy island-life in paradise.