Fiji barely has a winter to speak of, meaning it's a great destination to visit year-round.
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Fiji's idyllic islands are fringed by calm blue seas and stretches of white sand lined with palm trees. Its world-class reefs attract those looking to snorkel or dive. High-end resorts rub shoulders with budget accommodation, beach bums with those seeking more of an adventure. Head inland and discover the warmth and hospitality of its people; go hiking, rafting or soak in a hot spring.