Welcome to Fiji-FAQs.com, a fun site with answers to favourite asked questions about the tropical Fiji Islands.
Please browse our 'FAQ SECTION' on the right to discover things you wish to know about Fiji's beautiful islands. Enjoy learning interesting facts as well as answers to questions such as "How many islands are in the group?" and "Can you get a good coffee at the Nadi International Airport!".
This section is full of information about important facts such as the name of the capital city, population and time in Fiji. Here you will find those details that you have always wanted to know, such as "In which time zone is Fiji ?" or "What languages are spoken?" Enjoy discovering these interesting facts about this island paradise.
Vacation and Travel Information For those planning to travel to Fiji on holiday, you will find answers to questions you may have about your vacation in this South Pacific island paradise, such as whether to tip for services, or whether malaria is a problem. Although English is spoken everywhere in Fiji, you may enjoy visiting the FAQ section on the Fijian Language to find out how to say everyday words such as hello, goodbye, and thank you!
Island Climate and Weather Facts and FAQs Here you will find questions and answers about Fiji's tropical climate and weather, how hot it gets, how cool, and whether cyclones are prevalent.
Airport Information and Flights to Fiji
These sections have a great deal of facts on the airports in Fiji, such as flight information, duty-free shops, and restaurants. The Flights to Fiji section also gives detail on which airlines fly to the Fiji islands, Fiji domestic air travel, and facts such as how long does it take to fly to Fiji?
Please browse our interactive website and find out why Fiji is such a fascinating tropical destination! You will enjoy learning about Fiji in this quick and easy Fiji guide to favourite questions and answers.
What is the population?
The population of the Fiji Islands as of 2004 is 848,000.
What is a sevusevu?
A ' sevusevu ' is a Fijian ritual ceremony of great importance in the Fijian culture. The cultural significance is quite complex and one can find detailed explanations that outline the subtleties. Simply put, it is a courteous introduction of newcomers (guests) to an existing community (host). Typically the guest(s) should offer waka (kava root) to the host. The acceptance of the waka is a way of welcoming the newcomer. The drinking of yaqona (kava) is common at a sevusevu.
Is there Malaria in Fiji?
The Fijian Group of islands are free from malaria.