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Useful FACTS ABOUT FIJI to have the best holiday ever!
Useful facts about Fiji to make your Fiji holiday even more pleasant. Fiji has three formal tongues: English, Fiji and Hindustani. In fact, Fiji is the Bau dikt, which comes from the island of Bau in eastern Fiji. Bauan were political leaders at the colonization period, so their vernacular was adopted as the formal Fiji tongue.
In Fiji, most of the population speaks several different tongues and most of them do. Fiji's temperatures hardly vary the whole year round, only between 2°C and 4°C. Coldest month is July and August and hottest is January and February. Fiji has two different periods of the year.
In Fiji there are also two areas, the arid area and the humid area. Precipitation in the coastal area, in eastern Fiji, can range from 3000 mm on the coastline to 6000 mm in the mountains. Most of Fiji's rains come in the shape of short, violent shiver.
Not every rainy days during the rainy seasons, as many erroneously believe. In Fiji, even long periods of very arid conditions can last up to four month. The Fiji system works on 220-240 volts and uses a three-pin connector like in Australia and New Zealand.
Fiji does not require any specific vaccine, but many travellers suggest diphtheria, hepatitis A and tetanus inoculations. The Fiji waterworks is one of the best in the whole wide range. Fiji-Wasser is one of the world's largest manufacturers of filled waters after Evian. Drinking and drinking in the majority of resort and capital cities is safer, but cooking is highly recommendable in the countryside.
A lot of small islets are dependent on drilling waters that are not suited for consumption. Filled Waters are cheap and widespread. Fiji has no mosquito bites. People with passports from visa-free travel will receive a visitor's permit with a validity of 4 month on entry. Renewals can be made up to 6 month, provided they have a current pass (valid for 3 months) beyond the planned length of the Fiji visit, a one-way airfare, and adequate means to make the length of the visit easier.