Fiji nation is an archipelago of 300 islands which is situated in the South Pacific. 110 Islands of Fiji are mostly inhabited. Fiji is a holiday place unlike any other in the world. Crystal clear waters, warm beaches and luscious landscapes bring this unique island nation to life. Fiji has a dizzying landscapes of coral reefs, amazing nature, fabulous corral gardens and azure lagoons.
Every year tourists from different parts of the world come to Fiji, to take in the beautiful scenery, and let their stress run free. The vast amount of aquatic life that Fiji offers is not easily trumped by any other tropical area in the world, which is why foreigners like to play water sports like Snorkeling, Scuba diving, Rafting and Kayaking in Fiji.
The two main Fijian islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, which account for 87% of the population in Fiji Islands. The capital of Fiji is Suva, situated on Viti Levu, and almost three quarters of Fiji’s population live in Suva.
Fiji offers a large variety of resort properties, commercial properties and residential properties, islands and large land holdings to foreigners. It is the only country in South Pacific which offers foreign ownership of the land. But foreigners need to be aware of the Fiji land regulations that exist in Fiji, before owning a property in Fiji.
There are three type of lands in Fiji, they are Fiji free hold, Native and Crown land. Native lands can be leased but never be owned, whereas crown lands can only be leased by Fiji government. Freehold lands are the only ones which can be bought and sold freely anywhere in Fiji, and approximately 9% of the lands are freehold in Fiji.
Fiji land sales are always open to foreign investors, and the countries legislation allows them to buy almost any property in Fiji. Political environment and cheap land prices make Fiji a plum for foreign private investors. Therefore, they invest in lands and villas of Fiji. If you too want to buy such properties in Fiji, you can contact our staff members.