The Fiji islands are a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean, located north of New Zealand and east of Queensland, Australia. The name of the capital is Suva and the islands have about 750,000 inhabitants. The local money is the Fiji dollar, which is about half an Euro. The spoken languages are English, Fijian, and Hindustani.

There are several caves on the islands, but they are rather small and not really developed as show caves. Typically, they are small and have a close connection to the sea. They formed inside coral reefs, which were lifted above sea level and thus subject to weathering. All caves are listed as wild caves, as cave visits are rather informal and the caves are not developed in the common sense. Still they are guided and open to the public.