Fiji is a group of 300 islands, 100 of which are inhabited, surrounding the Koro Sea in the South Pacific Ocean. Fiji has two main islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Leva. Viti Levu covers about half of Fiji area. Vanua Leva takes a third of the land. It is about 1,300 miles north of New Zealand. Fiji's total land area is 7,055 square miles.
The larger islands were created from volcanoes, but the smaller ones are coral reefs. There is very little level ground in the Fiji Islands. The chief rivers are the Rewa, the Ba, the Navua, and the Dreketi.
Fiji's climate is generally hot and wet. The temperature usually ranges from 75 degrees to 85 degrees Fahrenheit year-round.
Suva is the largest city. It's also the capital! It's on the southeast coast.