The South Pacific evokes thoughts of remote tropical islands baked in year-round sun, pristine open ocean as far as the eye can see, and stunning wildlife. The unspoiled archipelago of Fiji combines the tranquility of a private white sand beach with a mountainous backdrop and crystal waters.
Fiji is an exotic destination of over 300 islands located in the tropics of the southern hemisphere. Most of the islands are uninhabited and lie closely together allowing for easy sailing days and privacy. With influences from a blend of Chinese, Indian, European and Polynesian cultures, the experience of this destination is unlike any other.
The food can be costly in the Southern Hemisphere, especially if you want to eat American style. Eating like the natives is more reasonable, mostly fish and fresh fruits and vegetables. The best sailing is March to November, with the rainy season being December to March. Winds average 10-20 all year.