It would almost feel like a dream when you come to this secluded part of the world. The Lau Islands in Fiji located in the southern part of the Pacific Ocean is composed of more than 60 islands and islets. Roughly half of these islands are uninhabited. The whole area covers 188 square miles or 487 square kilometers.
Some of its most frequented islands are Vanua Balavu, Lakeba, Fulaga, Ono-i-Lau, and Vatoa. All these will impress you with grandiose natural views, powdery sand beaches, turquoise waters, and diverse marine life and coral reefs.
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