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How To Travel To Fiji

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By plane

Nadi International Airport is Fiji’s main international airport. Suva Airport also offers some international flights. Fiji Airways flies directly to Fiji from Los Angeles (LAX) and Honolulu (HNL) in the USA, as well as from Hong Kong (HKG) and many other places. Korean Air offers three weekly flights between Nadi and Seoul. Air New Zealand flies to Nadi from Auckland, Christchurch and seasonally from Wellington. As Nadi is a hub for flights to other Pacific Island nations, travellers to these countries will likely need to travel via Nadi.

Travel times from Australian cities vary. From Brisbane, the flight to Fiji takes about 3 hours and 40 minutes, from Sydney 4 hours and 30 minutes and from Melbourne 5 hours and 30 minutes.

By boat

You can enter Fiji by boat from Australia via the Australia Coastal Link. Boats are not allowed to stop on any island until they have received permission from Customs, Immigration and Health. There are five official points of entry to Fiji: Savusavu on Vanua Levu, Levuka on Ovalau, Suva and Lautoka on Viti Levu, and Oinafa on Rotuma.

How To Travel Around Fiji

There are a variety of public transport options in Fiji, including buses, "shared taxis" and private taxis. Fares are very reasonable: F$1 to F$2 from Colo-i-Suva to Suva Bus Station by bus, F$17 from Nadi Bus Station to Suva by shared taxi (shared taxis are usually white minivans that...

Destinations in Fiji

Regions in Fiji Fiji can be divided into nine island groups: Viti LevuIt is the largest and most important island in the country. It has the largest population, is economically the most developed and is home to the capital Suva.Vanua LevuThe second largest island, surrounded by a few small islands in...

Weather & Climate in Fiji

The climate in Fiji is tropical and warm all year round with minimal extremes. Warm season in Fiji is between November and April while the cooler season is from May to October. Temperatures in the cold season are still an average of 22 ° C. Rainfall varies, with heavier rainfall...

Accommodation & Hotels in Fiji

Most Fijian travel agencies require a "deposit" at the time of booking, which is usually a 15-20% commission. As this is a deposit, it is often advantageous to book only one night initially and then negotiate a lower price for the following nights (if space is available). Many smaller and...

Things to see in Fiji

Fiji's main attraction is its natural paradise of palm-fringed beaches, blue waters and lush inland hills. Photographing your tropical holiday like a postcard is a breeze when you're on the beautiful sandy beaches of the Mamanuca Islands. The same goes for the Yasawas, where you can also dive for...

Things to do in Fiji

Whitewater Rafting, Rivers Fiji, P.O. Box 307 Pacific Harbour, Fiji, +1-209-736-0597. Box 307 Pacific Harbour, Fiji, +1-209-736-0597. Rivers Fiji offers rafting and sea kayaking tours six days a week.The Pearl, Queens Road, Pacific Harbour, Pacific Coast, Fiji, +679-773-0022. The Pearl Fiji Championship Golf Course and Country Club is located...

Food & Drinks in Fiji

Food in Fiji Residents eat in the cafés and small restaurants that can be found in every town. The food is healthy, cheap and of varying quality. What you order from the menu is often better than what comes out of the glass window, except in places that sell a...

Money & Shopping in Fiji

Currency In Fiji, the currency is the Fiji dollar. Notes include: $2, $5, $10, $20, $50. Coins include: 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents, $1 and recently a $2 coin. Tipping There is virtually no tipping in Fiji. Therefore, there are no tips for taxis, hotels, bellboys, restaurants, etc. However,...

Festivals & Holidays in Fiji

DateFestivalNotes1 JanuaryNew Year's DayThe celebrations can last for a week or even a month in some areas. In Fiji, it is customary to beat drums and throw water on each other. Fireworks and an annual street festival welcome the New Year in the heart of Suva, the country's capital....

Internet & Communications in Fiji

Public phones are plentiful and generally easy to find (look around the shops). All phones are prepaid - you must first buy a scratch code card (F$5, F$10 or more nominal). To make a call, call the card-issuing office, enter the code (which is on the card) and the...

History Of Fiji

Ancient history The pottery of Fijian cities shows that Fiji was settled before or around 3500 to 1000 BC, although the question of migration to the Pacific is still relevant. It is thought that the Lapita people or the ancestors of the Polynesians first settled the islands, but little is...

Stay Safe & Healthy in Fiji

Stay safe in Fiji Most crime takes place in Suva and Nadi, far away from the resort areas. The best advice is to stay on hotel grounds after dark and exercise extreme caution in Suva, Nadi and other urban areas after dark. Travellers have been victims of violent crime, especially...

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