Clumped in the South Pacific Ocean are the islands of Fiji, home of the best beaches in the world. Fiji Island is the collective group of some 300 islands that make up an island nation. It is located on the Vanuatu’s east. Most of the islands in Fiji are inhabited islands and have formed due to volcanic eruptions. The region’s major islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, who’s locals account for 87% of the island’s population.
The terrain of Fiji Islands is mostly mountainous, with the highest peak at 4250 feet. Surrounded by mountains, Fiji island’s lush rain forests are teamed with exotic wild life. These islands are about 19 degrees south of the equator, which provides warm tropical climate all around the year.
Fiji is the friendliest place on the earth which provides great kind of hospitality to all its tourists. It is considered as a perfect place to live, retire, invest, escape and unwind. Many water sport enthusiasts from all over the world visit Fiji to enjoy Scuba Diving, Jet Ski Tours, Surfing, Rafting and Kayaking.
Along with offering good hospitality, Fiji also offers a wide variety of commercial and residential properties to many foreigners. Lands in Fiji are self-governing and almost 9% of the lands in Fiji are freehold (available for purchase).
There are three kinds of lands in Fiji, they are Fiji freehold, Native and Crown lands. Native and Crown lands are those lands which can be leased but can never be owned, whereas Freehold lands can be bought and sold freely in many parts of Fiji.
Political and legal environment of Fiji make the place a plum for foreign and private individuals. Therefore, they are happy to invest in Fiji villa sales and houses, so as to turn them into luxury resorts or homes for family holidays.
Fiji’s legislation system allows foreigners to buy almost any property for sale in Fiji. Thus if they wish, they can also buy Fiji resort homes for sale in Fiji’s capital Suva, where properties are more expensive. So if you to wish to buy properties in Fiji, you can contact our staff members.