Fiji barely has a winter to speak of, meaning it's a great destination to visit year-round.
For first time visitors, Fiji packs plenty of surprises – especially if you venture beyond the resort confines.
If you’re dreaming of getting away from it all, you may as well do it in luxury.
The hotel is being divided into two resorts - one part is aimed at families, the other at adults.
Don't miss the Fijian version of ceviche, but it might be wise to give a kava session the miss.
It's more than a plane, it's a symbol of the island nation's modernity, says Fiji's prime minister.
Fiji's tallest mountain is not very big, but climbing it is still a challenge.
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.