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Map of Fiji Islands

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This map of the Fiji Islands displays its islands, major cities, towns, roads, rivers, lakes, and provinces. Also, satellite imagery and a physical map of Fiji show its parks and terrain.

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About the map

Fiji World Map
Fiji Islands on a World Map

Fiji is a group of 332 islands in Oceania in the South Pacific Ocean. Just over 100 islands are inhabited but most are without people. 87% of the population lives on the two major islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. This archipelago is situated southeast of Papua New Guinea, north of New Zealand, and east of Australia.

The islands of Hawaii are just 5,100 km (3,200 mi) away from the Fiji Islands. Suva is the capital and largest city of Fiji. The international date line runs through Fiji at the 180° meridian but it’s bent for a consistent time throughout the country.

The geography of the Fiji Islands is diverse, with white sand beaches, coral reefs, rainforests, mountains, and rivers. The island of Viti Levu is the largest and most populous island in Fiji, as well as the site of the capital city, Suva. Viti Levu is home to some of the most popular tourist destinations in Fiji, including the Mamanuca Islands and the Yasawa Islands.

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Fiji Islands Satellite Map

Altogether, Fiji occupies an area of 18,274 square kilometers (7,056 sq mi), which is a bit larger than the Bahamas. Thick tropical forests cover most of Fiji. Other than its two main islands, Taveuni and Kadavu are the third and fourth largest islands.

Next, the Mamanuca and Yasawa Group are popular tourist islands. Finally, the Lomaiviti Group is a more remote group of islands. While the Koro Sea centers the two main islands, Bligh Water occupies the west. Also, Fiji is known for its heritage, national parks, and historical sites like the Fijian Tavuni Fortification.

Fiji Satellite Map


Fiji Islands Physical Map

The terrain of the islands that make up Fiji is mostly mountains. Most of them originated from volcanoes, which are dormant today. Its highest point is an extinct volcano, known as Mount Tomanivi (previously named Mount Victoria) reaching a height of 1,324 m (4,344 ft). Its other highest peaks include Mount Uluigalau, Taveuni, and Mount Buke Levu.

Fiji Physical Map


Fiji Islands Provincial Map

There are 14 provinces in Fiji including Ba, Bua, Cakaudrove, Kadavu, Lau, Lomaiviti, Macuata, Nadroga-Navosa, Naitasiri, Namosi, Ra, Rewa, Serua, and Tailevu. But provinces can be broken up further into smaller administrative units with the most basic one being the village.

Fiji Provinces Map

Capital City


Major Islands

Taveuni Island
Vanua Levu
Viti Island

Island Groups

Lau Group
Mamanuca-I-Cake Group
Yasawa Group

Major cities and towns




Balavu Island
Beqa Island
Cicia Island
Gau Island
Kabara Island
Kadavu Island
Kanacea Island
Koro Island
Lakeba Island
Mago Island
Matuku Island
Moala Island
Moce Island
Nairai Island
Namuka-l-Lau Island
Nayau Island
Naviti Island
Ogea Levu Island

Ovalau Island
Ono-I-Lau Island
Qamea Island
Rabi Island
Ringgold Isles
Rotuma Island
Totoya Island
Tuvana-i-colo Island
Tuvana-i-ra Island
Tuvuca Island
Vanua Balava Island
Vatulele Island
Viwa Island
Vuaqava Island
Vulaga Island
Yacata Island
Yadua Island

Populated places



Passages, seas, and oceans

Bligh Water
Kadavu Passage
Koro Sea
Lakeba Passage

Nanuku Passage
South Pacific Ocean
Vulaga Passage

National parks and forests

Colo-i-Suva Forest Park
Koroyanitu National Heritage Park
Tavuni Fortification

Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park
Bouma National Heritage Park

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