Tourists Visiting Fiji Requirements
Tourists visiting Fiji are no longer required to take a Covid-19 test on arrival.
Previously, visitors were required to pre-book a rapid antigen test (RAT) to be taken within 72 hours of arrival. If the test was positive, tourists were required to undergo seven days of isolation.
A pre-departure test requirement had also been in place, but this was dropped in May.
In a statement, the Fijian Government said from September 5, on-arrival testing would now also no longer be necessary, due to Fiji’s community-wide immunization and low case numbers.
Arrivals who developed Covid-19 symptoms would still be required to get tested, though the isolation period for those who tested positive would now be reduced to five days.
|New Fiji Entry Conditions|
|Effective from today (Monday 5 September 2022), the Fijian Government has removed the requirement for post-arrival testing for international travellers. No test results or proof of test bookings will be required to board flights to Fiji. Although mandated post-arrival COVID-19 testing will be lifted, testing will be necessary for anyone who develops COVID-19 symptoms. Individuals arriving in Fiji will be asked to self-report on a single immigration arrival card. Those who test positive will now be required to isolate for a minimum of five days, as opposed to the previous period of seven days. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org should you have additional queries on the post-arrival testing. Additionally, FHTA is seeking clarification from the relevant authorities on the portion of the Government Statement below that reads: “With hotels reporting occupancy at pre-COVID levels, they will now be able to free up inventory — easing the pressure during peak tourism season. This further allows hotels to take new bookings and bring in new spending.” We take this to mean that the practice of reserving isolation rooms can be lifted, and properties can return to 100% inventory for sale. When we receive confirmation, we will advise you accordingly. As always, do not hesitate to reach out to the Secretariat (contacts below) if you have any queries. Government Statement on new Entry Conditions|