Fiji is one of the most idyllic places to spend a year or more coliving and coworking and living the remote worker’s dream by the beach. The island nation in the South Pacific Ocean has a lot to offer to long-term and short-term visitors.
Fiji is made up of over 330 islands but the two main ones are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu and most digital nomads choose the former, where the capital Suva is located as well.
Fiji has a tropical marine climate and it rarely gets colder than 72 degrees Fahrenheit.
Here are some fun facts about Fiji:
- About 883,000 people live in Fiji, with most of the population living on the two main islands.
- It takes about 2 hours to fly to Fiji from Auckland, NZ.
- Before entering an area that belongs to a village visitors must meet with its elders and bring a small gift. Tourists are often unaware of local customs and its usually better to travel with a reputable guide.
- Around 40% of Fiji’s population is of Indian descent and visitors can experience Indian culture as well as Indian-Fiji fusion cuisine here.
- Tourism and sugarcane are the two main industries in Fiji.
- Savusavu Bay is a famous spot for pearl divers.
- The Mamanuca Islands frequently feature at the top of Top 10 surfer paradises and are well known for their challenging waves.
- Beqa Lagoon is the place to go shark spotting.
- The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park is a place for bird watching and for exploring the unspoiled nature of the main island.
Fiji is a country of blues. With its blue skies and blue skies, remote workers can escape the office to quite literally work from paradise and make the most of their downtime by diving, exploring the local cultural and culinary delights while meeting like-minded people at their coworking and coliving spaces. Fuji attracts all types of travelers and ex-pats from young backpackers to couples, digital nomads and retirees.