The Fiji Islands is an archipelago of 330 picturesque islands in the heart of the South Pacific of which only 106 are inhabited. The
main island is Viti Levu, where Nadi, the international airport, and Suva, the capital, are located. Vanua Levu, northeast of Viti Levu, is the second largest island and is where
the towns of Savusavu and Lambasa are located. The third largest island is Taveuni which is just southeast of Vanua Levu. Other island groups in the Fiji archipelago are
the Mamanucas, the Yasawas, the Northern Lau Group and the Southern Lau Group.