One of the first questions that come to a traveler’s mind when venturing overseas is what kind of language barrier they may encounter upon arrival. Luckily, Fiji is a country that delivers all the perks of an exotic overseas destination, without presenting a challenge to native English speakers.
On the 3rd February, 2015, Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s announced that he was putting together a National Panel which would create a competition for a new national flag, to commemorate the 45th anniversary of Fiji’s independence from Britain in 1970.
Fiji is widely known for its incredible clear water, white sand beaches and island life. However this small island nation nestled in the South Pacific is more than just an island paradise, instead boasting a rich and vibrant history and a friendly, relaxed culture. Hidden treasures are found throughout in the form of little restaurants, welcoming families and private islands, but to get a good feel for what to expect, here are four key facts you may not have known about Fiji.
The Ultimate Destination for Relaxation, Culture, Sun and Sea, Fiji is Also a Gorgeous Place to Marry the One You Love and Want to Spend the Rest of Your Life With.
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Nothing represents the essence of Fijian culture better than the ‘sevusevu’. This is the central component of all life-cycle rituals, social gatherings, healing ceremonies and community meetings. It is also a way for visitors to seek acceptance into a Fijian village. Attending one of these ceremonies is an amazing experience for any visitor to Fiji. Should you get the chance, here is some information on what to expect.