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Fiji Travel Information

What to Pack

Carry the essentials of a visit to a tropical island: medication for minor ailments like colds, fevers and tummy upsets; insect and mosquito repellents; antihistamine pills and ointments; sunscreen and sun tan lotions; shady, wide brimmed hats and sun shades; beach wear and a few good clothes for formal dining or entertainment; a camera to capture for posterity the fabulous sceneries; a small carry all for weekend trips to nearby islands and always carry/ wear a comfortable pair of shoes.

Travel Documents

Visas are issued free of hassles to all visitors with the exception of Palestinian passport holders and Tongan ‘protected person’ passport holders. To get a visa, you must have a valid passport, an onward or return ticket and sufficient funds for your stay.

Most travellers will be issued a four-week tourist visa free of charge on arrival, and subsequent extensions up to six months are free as well.

Tourist info Centers

The South Pacific Tourist Organisation takes charge of promoting the region as a tourist destination. They will supply all information on being applied to. In Fiji, the local Fiji Visitors Bureau functions from its head office in Suva. It has conveniently located offices at Nadi Airport (Suva). The office stays open to meet incoming flights and has a 24 hour helpline. Their addresses are:

South Pacific Tourism Organisation Level 3 FNPF Plaza, 343-359 Victoria Parade, PO Box 13119, Suva, Fiji Tel: 330 4177. Fax: 330 1995.

Fiji Visitors Bureau PO Box 92, Thomson Street, Suva, Fiji Tel: 330 2433. Fax: 330 0970 or 330 2751.


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