climate change, local population fiji

Fiji encompasses 300 islands abounding with natural treasures: fine whitesands, mangroves, forest, corals and volcanic massifs. Its inhabitants areextremely friendly and will help you to discover preserved rites and traditions.Although one of the most natural regions in the world it has to cope with the effects of climate change.

The fabulous beaches and lagoons offered to the travelers’ delight must notobliterate that it is also a perfect destination for itinerant journey to discoverbiodiversity and local habits. Traveling by car, bus, boat or plane, you can stayin small pensions and eat in market stalls etc.

Its biodiversity makes Fiji a destination with two distinct ecosystems: on theone hand, the equatorial side with tropical forests, mangroves on the islands’edges and coconut palms along the beaches; on the other hand, the drierside, with sugar cane and copra plantation stretching over large plains.

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Dive into the waters of Fiji

There are plenty of opportunities to dive into the ocean to admire fish and corals. The Fiji archipelago is home to a large number of coral reefs. With its 100 km long reef along the south coast, Viti Levu offers a breathtaking view ofthe corals

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Hiking in the tropical forest

The rain forest of the Fiji Islands is part of what are called eco regions. TheOceanic is one of the world’s recorded ecoregions and includes the Fiji Islands with its tropical dry forests which form one of the largest terrestrial biomes. This biome is teeming with hundreds of endangered bird species that inhabit the forests with their sounds and beautiful colours.

The Fiji tropical dry forest is part of what are called ecoregions. Moreprecisely, it is included in the ‘Oceanian’ ecoregion. This tropical dry forest forms one of the largest terrestrial biomes, teeming with hundreds of endangered bird species that delight the forest with their sounds and beautiful colors.