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Where is Fiji?

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Fiji, known as "The Crossroads of the Pacific",  is located in the southwest Pacific, south of the Equator, and consists of 330 islands, only 100 of which are inhabited, the rest being left as natural reserves. After a ten-hour international flight from Los Angeles, you arrive at the Nadi International Airport (pronounced Nan-di) on the largest island, which is called Viti Levu.  You can stay at a resort on the main island either in the Nadi area, Denarau Island or on the Coral Coast or in the area around Pacific Harbour and Suva, or you can head to an outer island - either the Mamanucas,  the Yasawas or up North to the islands of Vanau Levu or Tavenui or to many of the other smaller islands that are located in the archipelago.

Fiji Airways and Air New Zealand fly into Fiji from Los Angeles. Fiji is located in a time zone that is one day ahead, so when it is noon in Nadi on Sunday, it is 4 p.m. in Los Angeles on Saturday.  Going to Fiji you cross the International Dateline and lose a day but you get it back when you leave Fiji.  

Once you arrive in Nadi, transportation within Viti Levu can be done by shuttle or taxis.  If you go to the outer islands you can take a catamaran