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By: Charlee Gulick

Fiji- Oceaniancountry


Major rivers

Major mountians

Major bodies of water




Suva is Fiji's capital city

Fiji Islands

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Fiji's population

  • Population 924,610 (2021)
  • GDP $4.859 billion

Did you know that there is a company called Fiji Water?

Rivers in Fiji contribute to the well-being of those who live along the river by providing jobs as river guides, and by providing income to local landowners through renting out their homes to foriners.

Fiji's major rivers

  • Rewa
  • Navua
  • Sigatoka

Navua river, Fiji

Mount Tomanivi, previously named Mount Victoria and also known as Tomaniivi, is an extinct volcano located in the northern highlands of Viti Levu. At 1,324 metres, Mount Tomanivi is the highest mountain in Fiji. A trail leads to the summit of Tomanivi from the village of Navai.

Mount Tomanivi

Fiji's major bodies of water

Fiji is located in the South Pacific Ocean and surrounds the Koro Sea.

Gender roles in Fiji are strongly defined. Women generally have traditional responsibilities that center on the home. These include caring for the family and working long, hard hours to prepare food and raise children.

Fiji culture

Every New Year's Eve, Fiji village women play veicaqe moli (“kick the orange”) Traditional Fiji meals include relishes, starches and a beverage. Nearly all Fijians speak English.

Did you know “Bula” is the Fijian greeting for hello, or welcome?

Fiji's climate

Fiji has a tropical rainforest climate and a tropical monsoon climate. Fiji has warm air and water temperatures year-round.