Fiji is currently one of the safest holiday destinations in the world thanks to the country's high vaccination rate and the implementation of a number of best-practice COVID-19 control protocols and policies. Thanks to a stringent set of entry requirements for travelling to Fiji, visitors considering a holiday to Fiji can enjoy the reassurance that airlines, transport operators, hotels and resorts and tour and activity operators are adhering to the strictest health and safety measures. For further peace of mind, the only people you will interact with on your travels - tourism/hospitality staff and fellow travellers - will all be fully vaccinated.
Fiji is taking its responsibility to ensure visitor safety very seriously and has introduced a World Health Organisation (WHO) approved standard of best-practice health and safety measures known as the Care Fiji Commitment (CFC). This framework has implemented a number of key best-practice COVID-19 mitigation measures across the tourism industry including destination-wide COVID-19 health and hygiene policies, full training for frontline staff in COVID-19 safe practices, globally recognised control and mitigation measures and a contact tracing app.
Entry requirements for Fiji are subject to change at short notice. The information on this page is correct as at September 2022. We suggest customers stay up to date with all of the latest information at government travel advisory resource Smartraveller and these handy FAQS from Tourism Fiji.
Fiji is now open to all fully vaccinated travellers who can travel to Fiji quarantine-free.
Travellers 16+ will require digital or paper certification to prove they are fully vaccinated at least 14 days before they are due to travel. Unvaccinated children are permitted to travel accompanied by their fully vaccinated parents or caregivers.
Medical travel insurance with international COVID-19 coverage is also required for entry to Fiji. If you're planning on travelling overseas, travel insurance with COVID cover is as important as your passport.