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Landform and climate and other misc.

This countries landforms consists of high mountainous mountains formed from volcanoes. Formed from numerous eruptions and the lava just built up, making the islands beigger. The land for the most part arable and that means its good for farming!

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You will find a number of Christian churches, Hindu Temples, Muslim Mosques and also the Sikh Temples. The religious policy of the government of Fiji is open to all religions.

Christian 64.5% (Methodist 34.6%, Roman Catholic 9.1%, Assembly of God 5.7%, Seventh Day Adventist 3.9%, Anglican 0.8%, other 10.4%), Hindu 27.9%, Muslim 6.3%, Sikh 0.3%, other or unspecified 0.3%, none 0.7%

History of Fiji

records the most popular discovery of Captain William Bligh, who sailed through Fiji in 1789 after the mutiny on the Bounty


Import and export trades are a very important part of the whole Fiji economy. The products that are imported here are, food, machines and some others while the main export products from this island nation are garments and sugar. Sugar industry in Fiji is a major part of the growing economy of this country. Travel and tourism is another strong pillar of Fiji economy.


The summer months of Fiji is from December to April. The hot wet summers are characterized by spells of rainfall. The humidity level of the summer months is also high. The average temperature during the summer months is 88 degree Fahrenheit or 31 degree Celsius.

The winter months in Fiji are more pleasant than the summer season. Fiji Weatherconditions during winter are ideal to visit the country. The average temperature is approximately 84 degree Fahrenheit or 29 degree Celsius. Winter months extend from May to November. The winter months are comparatively drier than the summers.


Traditional Fiji Food are Incredibly delicious and unique and they mainly consists of Rice,Sweet potatoes, Taro, Cassava, Coconut and Fish. International cuisine are available in Fiji but the popular Fiji food are mainly Local Fijian dishes along with Indian delicacies. The restaurants and hotels offer table services but the buffet-style food are also seen in most of the food outlets.