Fiji Visitors Bureau, P.O. Box 92, Suva, Fiji. Ph: 00679-3302 433, fax: 00679-3300 970.
A passport valid for at least three months beyond the intended period of stay and a ticket for return or onward travel is required. Entry visas are granted on arrival for a stay of 1 month for most nationals.
The Fijian dollar is the basic unit of currency. There is no limit to the amount of money to be brought in.
Most credit cards are welcomed in Fiji in hotels, restaurants, bars, shops, rental cars, tour operators etc.
Fijian and Hindi are the indigenous languages of the country, English is taught in all schools and widely spoken.
In Fijian, some consonants which are not present in the written form are present in the spoken. For example, Nadi is pronounced Nandi.
.b = mb as in September
.d = nd as in hinder
.q = ngg
.g = ng as in singer
.c = th as in the
Some useful phrases
|Hello||Ni sa Bula (pronounced: ni sambula)|
|Good bye||Ni sa moce (mossay)|
|Thank you very much||Vinaka vakalevu|
Time difference is 12 hours ahead of GMT
Fiji has a tropical climate with temperatures between 19 an 32 grad Celsius. The summer months from November to April are hot and humid, they are also the hurrican season. The winter months from May to October are much dryer with very few rain and cooler. The western side of Viti Levu is the sunny and dry side while the eastern side with the capital Suva is wet and humid with rainfall between 136 (winter) and 371 mm (summer) per month.
Fiji Met Service