Fiji is primarily mountainous because of its location in the Pacific Ring of Fire, presenting vast elevations and valleys.
The country consists of many volcanic islands resulting in a diverse terrain ranging from sharp ridges to steep cliffs.
The highest mountains in Fiji are located in the interior ranges of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu islands.
Fiji's topography creates climate and ecological diversity throughout the archipelago.
The highest point in Fiji is Mount Tomanivi, located on Viti Levu Island, with an elevation of 1,324 meters above sea level.
The lowest point in Fiji is the Pacific Ocean at sea level.
See here a list of 10 cities in Fiji and their elevation above sea level.