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The Fiji Islands, it is an archipelago of more than five hundred islands located in the South of the Pacific Ocean, in the North of New Zealand. The most famous islands of Fiji are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Rich in Melanesian and Indian culture, the climate is tropical. It is very wet in zones exposed to the trade winds of the southeast, covered with a dense forest. Zones "downwind", sheltered, are the domain of the woody savanna.
Vanuatu, in the South Pacific Ocean, is an small independent democratic republic of only 230,000 inhabitants, a prior French-English protectorate, made up of an archipelago of 83 islands of volcanic origin surrounded by coral reefs, covering more than 12,000 sq. km of the South Pacific Ocean. Located 1750 km from Australia, 500 km northeast of New Caledonia, west of Fiji and south of the Solomon Islands, near New Guinea.
The official languages are English, French and the native Bislama.
Vanuatu has become a tourist attraction in recent years thanks to its incredible white sand beaches, pristine lagoons .