Fiji & Pacific Islands
There are more than 3,000 little islands in the tropical South
Pacific and they have long been the stuff of the escapist's dreams
- especially for city dwellers.
Amazingly, the legendary islands are still relatively untouched.
It's not difficult in Fiji or the Cook Islands, for example, to
find quiet lagoons edged by white sand beaches and coconut palms;
or to venture into the lush rainforest, or to visit an out-of-the
way village which has been virtually unchanged for centuries.
There are just 15 islands in the centre of the Polynesian
Triangle, flanked to the west by Tonga and Samoa and to the east by
Tahiti and the islands of French Polynesia. As a region, the
South Pacific is filled with outstanding attractions; these
enchanting islands and beautiful people have for hundreds of years
stirred the mind and excited the imagination.
Many people come to the South Pacific for the balmy weather, the
beautiful beaches and the fascinating bird and marine life. Many
people return though, for the relaxed pace of life.
A stunning tropical paradise, Fiji is no longer a destination
just for those wanting a few weeks' winter holiday in a hotel-style
resort. With exquisite scenery, pristine, picture-perfect beaches
and some of the world's friendliest people, Fiji is now viewed as a
premium real estate investment location. And with its exceptional
waterfront properties, more and more people are choosing Fiji as
their preferred beachside property location.
A multi-racial, multi-cultural nation, Fiji is an independent
country stretching across 333 islands. Only 100 are inhabited, with
most of the nearly 900,000 population living in the two main
islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.
Surprisingly, many of Fiji's legendary islands remain untouched,
and it's not difficult to find tropical pieces of paradise like
those seen in tourist magazines and holiday brochures - quiet
lagoons edged with white sandy beaches, coconut palms and warm,
turquoise waters. Beautiful coral reefs, teeming with marine life
make the islands a mecca for snorkelling and diving.
Utilising our strength, professionalism, extensive global
contacts, and brand reputation as New Zealand's leading real estate
company, Bayleys also showcase waterfront properties at Sanctuary
Cove, Gold Coast Australia.