Last week, The Huffington Post had some great things to say about Fiji, and why you should travel here, especially if you’re suffering from the winter blues. The article highlights a few of the many reasons why 93% of Fijians in 2014 said they were “happy” or “very happy,” making Fiji the happiest place on earth. This will come as no surprise to anyone who’s been to Fiji, but if you’re yearning for an island getaway, contact Navutu Stars Fiji to plan your vacation now!

We all know that the U.S. guarantees the pursuit of happiness, but if you’re interested in seeing what it looks like after the pursuit, you might want to book a ticket to Fiji.

Residents of the verdant South Pacific nation have got feeling good down. A 2014 WIN/Gallup International poll of countries found that Fiji’s people are the happiest on Earth, with 93 percent of Fijians answering they were either “happy” or “very happy.” To compare: 67 percent of Americans (a respectable, if not quite blissful, figure) considered themselves content with life.

Of course, scientists still can’t pinpoint the font of happiness. But whether it’s the pristine beaches, vibrant culture or just something in the (famous) water, Fiji is getting it right. We partnered with Tourism Fiji and scoured the archipelago to figure out what makes Fiji unique — and its people so distinctly happy. Read More…