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Friday 17 February 2023

Fiji drops all entry requirements

International travellers to Fiji are no longer be required to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination and hold travel insurance.

The final set of entry requirements to visiting the Pacific island nation were removed this week, Travel Mole reported.

Fiji welcomed 636,312 visitors in 2022, a strong recovery that surpassed targets.

Tourism Fiji CEO Brent Hill said: “The industry welcomes the decision to remove all restrictions and invites the world to come and experience Fiji.

“We still strongly encourage travellers to have travel insurance and take the necessary precautions.”

Until now, all adult arrivals were required to produce proof of full vaccination and travel insurance, which is still encouraged.

About 95% per of Fiji’s adult population is vaccinated.

"Fiji now has zero travel restrictions and offers a safe and relaxing holiday for travellers from all over the world," says the Fiji Tourism website 

Image: LikuLiku Lagoon Resort, Fiji 

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