Fiji Is located in the South Pacific, 1875 miles east of Australia and about 1200 miles south of the Equator. There are approximately 333 islands in the Fiji archipelago, the two largest are the extinct volcanoes of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Fiji is where you can swim with huge, harmless manta rays, snorkel over giant rainbow gardens of coral or scuba dive the White Wall and famous Astrolabe Reef. It is also where you can float in the calm turquoise waters or walk alone through lush rainforest. The sun shines almost every day and when there is a brief downpour people rush outside for a warm rain bath. Fiji is a place where rushing is rude, a new friends name is not forgotten and people wear flowers tucked in their hair just because they like to.