Getting to Fiji

Airlines

Air Pacific is Fiji's international carrier that has direct flights from Auckland, Christchurch, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Narita, Port Vila, Honiara, Tarawa, Nuku'alofa, Apia, and Christmas Island. Air Pacific is a full partner of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program and has code-share arrangements from other ports. Other airlines that fly into Fiji are Qantas, Air New Zealand, Korean Air and Pacific Blue.

Entry Requirements

Fiji welcomes visitors and to facilitate entry everything has been done to make the process as easy as possible. You will need a valid passport for at least three months beyond the intended period of stay, a valid return or onward air ticket and sufficient funds.

Entry visas for holidaymakers are automatically granted for a period of up to four (4) months.

Nationals from most Commonwealth countries are exempt from obtaining a visa. Nationals of other countries require pre-arranged visas, which can be applied for at the nearest Fiji High Commission in their respective country.

Customs & Duty

Duty free concessions on entering Fiji are: -

I. Cigarettes, not exceeding 250 sticks or
II. Cigars, not exceeding 250 grams net weight or
III. Tobacco, not exceeding 250 grams net weight or
IV. Any combination of I to III above, provided the total net weight does not exceed 250grams
V. Spirituous Liquors not exceeding 2.25 litres or
VI. Wines, not exceeding 4.5 litres or
VII. Beer, not exceeding 4.5 litres or
Any combination of the goods in paragraph V to VII above provided that the combination does not exceed the equivalent quantity under any one paragraph. Other dutiable goods, not exceeding F$400.00 in value

Quarantine

Fiji prohibits the importation of vegetable matter, seeds, meat and dairy products without a permit from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forests. Fiji is free from many pests and diseases and takes care to maintain this status by restricting regulating the importation of prohibited items. Quarantine officers are stationed at international airports and ports of entry for vessels.