Fiji is fast becoming a popular host for private island, hotels and resort development. The country’s return to political stability after the 2014 elections has led to increase in investor confidence and investments. Fiji consists of over 320 islands many of which are not inhabited. The main island Vitu Levu contains the capital Suva in the east and Nadi (pronounced “Nandi”) on the west coast. Nadi is the location of the international airport.. Most of Fiji’s islands are volcanic but none of Fiji’s volcanoes are presently active .If all of Fiji’s islands were counted, they would easily number in the thousands. Only 106 of Fiji’s islands are inhabited; some of these are available for private purchase.
How do I get to Fiji? Fiji Airways, the national airline offers nonstop flights from the US, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong into Fiji’s International Airport situated in Nadi on the main island of Viti Levu. There are daily connecting flights to Vanua Levu, the other big island in Fiji. What languages are spoken in Fiji? English is widely spoken and understood by most. English is the official language and national indigenous language Fijian is spoken in several dialects. Hindi is spoken as well. What is the cost of living in Fiji? The cost of living is relatively low. Fresh vegetables are readily available. How safe is living in Fiji? Fijians are generally welcoming and friendly and Fiji is considered a very safe place to live, recently rated as the one of the safest locations in world in the event of world war or economic collapse!