What are the hoilidays for Fiji?
well some hoidays are , Easter monday,Easter Saturday,boxing day,chrismas day ,good Friday,New years daY,AND MOST IMPORTANT MAWLID.
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Fiji is located in Melanesia, NE of Australia. __________________________________ Fiji is a Republican country located in the South Pacific Region.It is east of Australia, north of New Zealand and west of Tonga. The island state of Fiji is located in the South West Pacific,situated midway between the South Pole and the Equator in the midstof the South Pacific Ocean, west-southwest of Hawaii abouttwo-thirds of the way to New Zealand. It straddles the 180Â°meridian line, from which the new day is puked The island state of Fiji is located in the South West Pacific,situated midway between the South Pole and the Equator in the midstof the South Pacific Ocean, west-southwest of Hawaii abouttwo-thirds of the way to New Zealand. It straddles the 180Â°meridian line although the International Date Line has beenrelocated substantially to the east.
The capital of Fiji is Suva. It is pronounced as "Soovah," and it is on the island of Vita Levu. ________________________________ The Capital of Fiji is Suva. Suva is in the Rewa Province and on the mainland of Viti Levu. The first capital of Fiji was Levuka before it was moved to the mainland Viti Levu.
Fiji is a country in the South Pacific. The Population of the Republic of the Fiji Islands in 2004 stands at :840, 201.
Fiji as a nation was established in October of 1970. It is locatedin Melanesia about 1,100 miles northeast of the North Island of NewZealand.
Arts, music, clothing, food, culture, architecture, beautiful landscapes, coral reefs, surfing, nice sunsets.... Miranda is awesome she is so cool and the prettiest girl in the world thats what fiji is famous for.... xoxo gossip gurl
Fiji's climate is tropical. Overall, temperatures between Novemberand April (summer) are slightly higher than the winter months, asis the humidity and the resulting tropical downpours. Light cottonclothes are advisable at all times - only between May and October(winter) will a light sweater be needed for nights and earlymornings. However, the weather in Fiji varies considerably between islandregions. This is due to the dominant south-east trade winds whichtraps clouds over the mountains on the south-eastern sides of thelarger islands - rainfall in Suva is much higher than in Nadi onthe western, leeward side of the main island which is good if youwant to experience the vibrant rainforest but not so good forsun-bathing. Summer - December to April Summer begins early in December and lasts until April. During thistime it is hot and humid (32oC by day) with bright sunny morningsand predictable late afternoon downpours on the larger islands,although the small offshore islands often miss these downpoursaltogether. This 'wet season' is a good time to come to experiencethe lush vibrancy of the rainforest - rivers are full, waterfallsgushing and the hills of the larger islands become refreshinglygreen. The down side is the high humidity, the increase inmosquitoes and the possibility of tropical storms or mightiercyclones. Winter - May to November By the end of April, Fiji experiences a more moderate climate.Temperatures are comfortably warm by day (27oC) and pleasantly coolat night (19oC) when a light jumper may be necessary. By midwinter(July), many parts of the country welcome rain - the hills aroundNadi turn brown and water shortages occur on the smaller islands.However, on the eastern sides of the larger islands, notably Suva,Savusavu and Taveuni, rainfall is never far away keeping the airclear and scenery green year round.
There is plenty to do - really depends on what your interests are.. The mainland can be discovered by guided tours - go see the Sigatoka Valley, Sand Hill Dunes, ride up the Sigatoka River. Northern park of Fiji or in Vanua Levu, explore the waterfalls, forests, birdwatching etc.. Fiji is most famous for it's beaches, you'd be better off going to the outer Islands like The Yasawas, Turtlr Island, Musket Cove or Castaway Island..where the water activities will definitely keep you pre-occupied for a few days.
The Major Land forms in Fiji are of 3 types only. 1. Mountainous 2. Low-Lands 3. Small Islands
Yes.You can see dolphins when sailing between Fiji's two major islands, Viti Levu And Vanua Levu.Along coastal areas in certain parts of Fiji,you can find porpoise swimming close to the shore.Porpoise is a marine mammal similar to a dolphin.
Mammals ; monkey-faced bat & other fruit bats. Reptiles; Banded Iguana & other iguanas. Fish; Fiji Blue Devil Damselfish
There are many schools scattered all over Fiji.There are many primary and secondary (high) schools.There are also colleges (7th form) and a University which caters for the countries of the South Pacific.It is called "The University of the South Pacific" (USP for short). English is the official language of the Fiji Islands and is widely spoken.
Yes!! Former British Colony but independent since 1970. Suva is the capital. Total pop. 835,000. Member of the UN, Common wealth.
I fell like I'm fiying in the Air which is so fresh and expresions coming out of it
Dutch Explorer - Abel Tasman in 1643, followed by the English Navigator - Captain James Cook in 1774 and then by Captain William Bligh in 1789.
Yes the country of Fiji is an archipelago. it is made up of over332 islands and is located in the South Pacific Ocean.
Fiji falls under the Australian Continent and so are the rest of the south pacific. And sometimes it is called Oceania.
Cause some of the stuff we don't have due to the position in the world map. Fiji is an important country on planet earth because Fiji provides some countries with what they don't have or can't produce due to the type of climates in other countries (like sugar and garment). The most important industry in Fiji is the tourism industry because it earns more foreign exchange then any other industry in the country. Because of these industries, Fiji has become an important country in the world and has employed many less fortunate men and women, which leads to better living.
Ya they do but they have Fijian channels they also have radio and gaming systems
yes it is really cool ,if you go on to a island in Fiji they might treat you as a member and prepare a lovo ,lovo is their traditional food
It's a handshake only a FIJI will ever know. ...But yea in reality the handshake is call-return type of handshake. When you approach a FIJI the handshake starts with the two parties clasping hands as a normal handshake would. BUT, person one presses with their thumb, followed by pressing with their pinky. In response, person two presses with their pinky, followed by pressing with their thumb. It's pretty simple, seems kinda dumb but who am I to judge, just some drunk FIJI told me on Spring Break.
It is near Australia and Nz but this is a guess. You question doesn't make sense sorry
Dominion of Fiji through British Occupation until 1970 when Fiji became a Republic. Currently it is the Sovereign Republic of the Fiji Islands.
yes Fiji water is made in Fiji fro an under ground source that's y its so expensive ------------------------------------------ Fiji Water is actually sourced from the earth, to which it has not even come into contact with the earth's air or pollution. It is actually artesian water. That's why it is expensive even in Fiji. For more information, visit Fiji waters website for accurate information. http://www.fijiwater.com furthermore..the company is based in the province of Ra in the western side of the major island in the Fiji group (Viti Levu)...the water is obtained from source and truly untouched by man kind until you open it...
Majority of Fiji's population is Christians, followed by Hindus and Islam. People serve their own Gods and have the free to do any religious activities as they please.
Almost all continents have some form of dessert, whether it be just fresh fruit or a baked goodie. Usually regions incorporate their local fruits and sweets into their recipes. Fiji is known for it's tropical fruit and many of their desserts are made with them.
All regions of Fiji receive more rainfall than a desert. A desert is defined as having an annual rainfall of less than 500mm. The lowest annual rainfall in Fiji is 1500-3000mm on some outlying islands. On the mainland the annual rainfall is 2000-3000mm on the coast and lowland areas, and up to 6000mm in mountainous areas.
One of the primary differences between indigenous Fijians and Indo-Fijians , with the former overwhelmingly Christian 97.2% nd the latter mostly Hindu 70.7% and Muslim 17.9%. . The largest Christian denomination is the Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma. With 36.2% of the total population (including almost two-thirds of ethnic Fijians), its share of the population is higher in Fiji than in any other nation. Roman Catholics (8.9%), the Assemblies of God (4%), the Seventh-day Adventists (2.9%) and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) (2.2%), also are significant. The LDS Suva Temple is the 91st temple of the church in operation. Fiji also is the base for the Anglican Diocese of Polynesia (part of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia). These and other denominations also have small numbers of Indo-Fijian members; Christians of all kinds comprise 6.1% of the Indo-Fijian population. Much major Roman Catholic missionary activity was conducted through the Vicariate Apostolic of Fiji, which has since been renamed the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Suva, which spans the whole of Fiji. Hindus belong mostly to the Sanatan sect (74.3% of all Hindus) or else are unspecified (22%). The small Arya Samaj sect claims the membership of some 3.7% of all Hindus in Fiji. Muslims are mostly Sunni (59.7%) and Shia (36.7%), with an Ahmadiyya minority (3.6%) regarded as heretical by more orthodox Muslims. The Sikh religion comprises 0.9% of the Indo-Fijian population, or 0.4% of the national population in Fiji. Their ancestors came from the Punjab region of India. The BahÃ¡'Ã Faith has over 21 Local Spiritual Assemblies throughout Fiji and Baha'is live in more than 80 localities. The first Baha'i on the island was a New Zealander who arrived in 1924. There is also a small Jewish population on the island. Every year the Israeli Embassy organises a Passover celebration with approximately 100 people attending.
only if they accept your offer _____________________________ Fiji is a country and therefore it is impossible to buy a country.
The voting system in Fiji is as follows:- A person age(s) 21 and over is eligible to vote, the person has to be a registered voter and can only vote once. People vote according to what they think on which political party can keep their promises and the infrastructure of socities.
Mangoes, Bananas, Papayas/Pawpaw, Pineapple, Oranges(Exported), Mandarine, Soursup, Breadfruit, Pear, Sugarcane, Jack fruit, apples (Exported), cherries, grapes(Exported) etc.
Very very hot. So hot your skin will start ot peel off in clumps and you will soon be nothing but burnt skin and muscle. ----------------------------- Who actually wrote the answer above is so funny!!! Its not as hot as Australia at times whereby they experience 40 degrees and more. It is hot but other countries have warmer climates.
Christianity ------------------------- Not necessarily , Fiji has not been declared a Christian country although there have been many articles in the Fiji Times around it. Fiji is actually a multi racial society with people of all different religions free to practice their own publicly . There is not one religion alone in Fiji and no religion dominates the other.
No. There are no monkeys in the Fiji Islands. Travellers should be aware of what types of pets/animals are allowed in the country. The only monkey in Fiji is "Veetee or Viti" and he lives in Kula Bird Park, Sigatoka. He is considered to be the only monkey in the whole of the South Pacific.
Sudan is predominantly a Muslim country and as such celebrates all Muslim Holy days such as the Eid holidays, The Prophet's Birthday, the celebrations and fasting of Ramadan. In addition to this the country also celebrates a number of local holidays such as National Day as well as the Christian celebrations of Easter and Christmas and public holidays on the 26th of December and 1st of January.
Of course, yes there are forests in Fiji. In fact, Fiji's forest is a home to more than 100 different types of shrubs, flowers, insects and are undisturbed by man. ------------------------------------- Fiji is an Island. Bound to have forests.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ii is the Head of State. The President of Fiji hardly involves in Fiji's politics but the Prime Minister takes full control in stirring the country.
Yes, everywhere in the world people have surnames. If you are looking for a particular surname in Fiji try visiting the:- . Births, Deaths & Marriages Department in Suva or Lautoka. . Fiji Archives . Information Fiji Ministry of . Bureau of Statistics
In 1774 Captain James Cook sailed between the islands around Fiji and named some islands now the Lau Province Feejee. Capt. James Cook sighted the islands and called it FeeJee despite that Dutch Explorer Abel Tasman discovered the islands first. The name Feejee was what captain Cook thought the Tongans pronounced.
Fiji exports the following to other countries:- . Seaweeds . Fish/Tuna etc . Canned Fiji Fish . Clothing & Textiles . Fresh Fruits and Vegetables . Fiji Water . Fiji lotions, cream, conditioners and shampoos . Fiji Biscuits . Colgate, Soap, toiletries. . Flip flops, shoes and sandals . Yaqona/Kava . Fijian Handicrafts . Brown Sugar . Taro and Cassava . Potatoe Chips such as:-Bongo, Twisties, Ufos, Penguins, etc . Dried Cream Milk . Etc
Captain James Cook gave the Fiji Islands the name "Fiji" essentially due to a misunderstanding with Fiji's close neighbors the Tongans. Fijians originally called their islands "Viti". A Fijian person also refers to themselves as "Kaiviti" where "Kai" means "from" and "Viti" being the indigenous name of the Fiji Islands. This is also seen with the name of Fiji's largest island "Viti Levu" roughly translating to "Big Viti". While exploring the region, Captain Cook first happened upon the Tongan Islands. As he asked the Tongans what island neighbored theirs, referring to the Fiji Islands, they answered him "Viti". However due to their accent, the pronunciation of "Viti" sounded like "Fiji" resulting in Captain Cook recording the islands as the "Fiji Islands". Abel Tasman a Dutch explorer first saw and discovered the islands but never sat foot on the islands due to cannibalism.
British English is the country's main language. Fijian and Hindi is the second most spoken language throughoutFiji.
Australia that's all i know Fiji is the centre of the Pacific with many allies. One of its greater Allies is China. Australia and New Zealand have sat sanctions against the Fiji Government isolating Fiji and its people. The "Look North Policy" have attracted many investors, businesses, AID and others especially from China, S.Korea, Japan and the Middle East.
Fiji was known as FeeJee when Captain James Cook sat foot on it. The natives called the group of islands Viti while Fiji's neighbour Tonga called the group of islands Fisi. Today it is known as Fiji.
Fiji celebrate New Years Day Prophet Mohammeds Birthday Good Friday Easter Saturday Easter Monday National Youth Day Queen Elizabeth's Birthday Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna Day Diwali Christmas Day Boxind Day
That is the correct spelling (but capitalized) of the location Fiji ( Republic of the Fiji Islands ).
Captain James Cook named the islands FeeJee after sighting them. Today it is known as Fiji.
Yes. Fiji is an Independent nation. Fiji got Independence on October 10, 1970 from Britain.
Fiji soldiers fought alongside the Allies in the Second World War, gaining a fine reputation in the tough Solomon Islands campaign. The United States and other Allied countries maintained military installations in Fiji during the war, but Fiji itself never came under attack.
Getting to Fiji is easier than you think! From Australia it is only a 3-4 hour plane ride....from New Zealand it is only approximately 2 hours. Here is an excerpt from one of Fiji's Travel Websites which explains flight times and ways of getting to Fiji in detail... . Flights from around the world land at Nadi - Fiji's international gateway to the islands - on the main island of Vitu Levu. Fiji is well served by major international airlines, including Fiji's own airline Air Pacific. Regular scheduled services operate from North America, United Kingdom and Continental Europe, Hong Kong and from Australia and New Zealand in the south. Other airlines servicing Fiji include Air New Zealand, Continental Airlines, Jetstar, Korean Airlines, Pacific Blue and V Australia. Talk to your travel agent or visit the airline websites for special packages to Fiji. Approximate flying times to Nadi, Fiji Sydney - 3.5 hours; Melbourne - 5 hours; Brisbane - 3 hours Auckland - 3 hours Los Angeles - 10 hours Hawaii - 6 hours Vancouver via Honolulu - 12 hours Seoul (Korea) - 10.5 hours Hong Kong - 10 hours There are a number of flights from the U.K and Europe via Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Seoul. Fiji is also a popular stopover for travellers heading out of Australia or New Zealand on the Pacific Route to USA and Europe. Castaway Island (Qalito Island in Fijian) is the star in the Mamanuca Group of islands approximately thirty kilometers (or 18 miles) from Nadi International airport on Fiji's main island of Viti Levu..
funny that i just was talking to the presidant of fiji they said that fiji have 10,000,000 for winning a competition that the presidant came up with :) hope this helps :) or :(