The information in this article is correct as at the time of publishing. We recommend all guests travelling to check the latest information and advice on the relevant Government websites. The Australian Government information is available at the Department of Home Affairs, Department of Health and Smartraveller. Fiji Government information is available at mcttt.gov.fj.
Since the opening of Fiji’s borders to international tourists from 1 December, Australians once again have the chance to access one of the world’s great destinations, the land of “bula”. The friendly island nation that wraps its visitors in such a famously warm embrace.
To travel once again to Fiji is to experience everything this beautiful nation represents, from family-friendly resort stays, to immersive cultural experiences, world-class diving, snorkelling, and pure, blissful beachside relaxation. This is a country that does tourism well, and we can’t wait to get back there to enjoy it.
Of course, this is a post-pandemic world, so not everything is the same as it once was, and that includes travel to Fiji. There are processes in place to protect travellers and to protect the island nation, which currently has a COVID-19 vaccination rate of 70% of total population. The new rules for travellers have been updated from May 1, 2022 and many of the former bubble restrictions have been lifted to ensure your holiday in Fiji is safe along with as relaxing and enjoyable as it always was.
If you’re planning to jump on a flight to Nadi (and then flying back home to Australia again), here is everything you need to know for a seamless experience. Though do be aware rules and restrictions have relaxed since December 1, and though everything in this article was correct at the time of publishing, we encourage you to check with both Australian and Fijian authorities before booking and travelling to get the most up-to-date information.
Credit: Tourism Fiji.