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India has been included as part of Fiji’s ‘Travel Partner’ country list by Ministry of Commerce, Trade, Tourism & Transport – Fiji, effective now. Thus, Indian tourists can now travel to Fiji via the currently open transit routes of Singapore and Australia, to enjoy a “quarantine free” holiday in Fiji.
Travellers from India to Fiji must be fully vaccinated (Children under 18 can travel with a vaccinated adult), providing a negative PCR test taken within 2 days prior to departure or a negative RAT test taken within 24hrs prior to departure. Once they arrive on Fiji’s shores, travellers can enjoy the best of Fiji knowing that everyone they interact with is adhering to the highest health and safety practices.
“We are delighted to be able to welcome visitors from India once again. India continues to be one of our most prominent emerging markets and we look forward to receiving Indian travellers seeking premium and personalized experiences. In the coming months, we aim to capture a greater share of India’s outbound travel market which will help shore up the long-term prospects of both our tourism sectors. From breathtaking sunsets to luxury vacation stays and our warm hospitality, we can’t wait to welcome our Indian visitors to experience what it feels like to be in Paradise. Fiji is now open for happiness!” said Brent Hill, CEO Tourism Fiji.
Our Care Fiji Commitment is a World Health Organization-approved programme that has been recognised by the World Travel and Tourism Council who declared Fiji as a certified “Safe Travels” destination. Travellers and advisors can book in confidence with the Care Fiji Commitment, where travellers can stay in certified resorts, use certified transportation and experiences, and be assured that all tourism businesses they come in to contact with have a 100% vaccinated staff.
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