<p><br> Fiji is a nation of islands. Many of them are low coral or limestone hideaways of palm trees, trade winds, and white sand. The rest are volcanic towers cloaked with rain forest and sugarcane fields.</p>

Turtle Island, Fiji


Fiji is a nation of islands. Many of them are low coral or limestone hideaways of palm trees, trade winds, and white sand. The rest are volcanic towers cloaked with rain forest and sugarcane fields.

South Pacific Photos

See photos of the South Pacific (including Fiji, the Marshall Islands, and more) from National Geographic.

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