The Fiji Islands, which make up the Republic of Fiji, are a chain of islands located in the South Pacific. The islands lie in between Hawaii and New Zealand, closer to New Zealand. Fiji consists of 332 islands, many of which are not inhabited, and most of which are mountainous and formed by volcanos. The two largest islands in the country are Viti Levu (the largest), which is where the capital city of Suva is located, and Vanua Levu.
Because of the Pacific temperate climate, the Fiji Islands are a major tourist destination.