Indians who are fully vaccinated can visit Fiji quarantine free soon

Traveling to Fiji is a lot more easier for Indians than before.

The authorities decided to lift travel-related restrictions and this has made traveling to Fiji a lot easier for Indians. Not only this but it was also announced that the borders would soon be reopened to Indian tourists. Fully vaccinated Indian travelers can now enjoy a holiday in Fiji without having to undergo quarantine. But keeping this in mind, some entry requirements are still in place.

The Ministry of Commerce, Trade, Tourism & Transport-Fiji has added India as a part of Fiji’s Travel Partner country list. This was mentioned by the destination marketing organizational arm of the Fijian government agency. This inclusion means that to enjoy a quarantine-free vacation in this beautiful island nation, Indian travelers can now travel to Fiji via the currently open transit routes of Singapore and Australia.

Indian travelers who are planning to visit Fiji are required to be fully vaccinated (children under 18 can travel with a vaccinated adult). Also, they will be required to provide a negative PCR test taken within two days prior to departure. If not this, they can also show a negative RAT test taken within 24 hours prior to departure. After this, they can freely enjoy Fiji’s shores and get the best of the island nation.

It’s a pleasure to welcome Indian visitors once more. We also stated that India is still one of the most prominent markets. Indians love to visit and enjoy premium and personalized experiences. In the coming months, they aim to capture a greater share of India’s outbound travel. According to him, this will help carry the long-term prospects of both the tourism sectors.

As per the Tourism Department statement, with the Care Fiji Commitment, travelers can now go ahead and book in confidence. Travelers can fly on Fiji Airways, experience certified transportation, and stay in certified resorts. They can also be assured that they will only be in contact with 100% vaccinated staff.

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