Wailagilala - Fiji

Literally translated to mean "no water or rain" Wailagilala Island lies to the eastern sea border of the Fiji archipelago in the South Pacific and is the gateway to Fiji for ships coming or going to Samoa and its remote location and complete lack of terrestial water run-off make its waters amazingly crystal clear. Dwarfed by its lighthouse, the sand island is surrounded by spectacular lagoon and coral reefs.