Find below customer service details of Tourism Fiji. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the state travel agency.
Suite 107, Challenge Plaza
PO Box 9217, Nadi Airport
Phone: (679) 6722433
Email: [email protected]
About Tourism Fiji
Heralded as the tropical paradise in the South Pacific Ocean, the island country of Fiji is an all-season open tourist destination, with over 300 islands surrounded by lush rainforest, picturesque lagoons, under-water coral reefs and waterfalls. With close proximity to New Zealand in the north, and Australia in the east, Fijian island is widely populous for its multi-ethnic culture, and the never-ending white sandy beaches. Also, the island country enjoys abundant sunshine all year round, making it the perfect getaway for weddings, family holidays, backpackers, and water sports.
Managed by the Fijian government, Tourism Fiji is the official corporate agency for tourism, and aims to market Fiji as a world tourist destination for visitors, around the globe. Visited mostly by Europeans, due to proximity, the island of Fiji welcomes visitors to experience the indigenous Polynesian culture and beauty of the island. With the registered corporate office at Nadi, Tourism Fiji has representative offices in Auckland, China, Germany, Los Angeles, London, and Sydney.
At Tourism Fiji, valuable information related to passport and immigration, getting around Fiji, insider travel stories and tips, accommodation, dining, transport, and a host of travel activities are provided for visitor’s convenience. For experiencing authentic Fijian culture, head to the Robinson Crusoe Island, and enjoy kayaking and snorkeling. The island of Taveuni is another idyllic paradise for the lush tropical rainforest, botanical wonders and waterfalls, and likewise similar islands to explore are Kadavu, Viti Levu, Ovalau, Mamanucas, Yasawa, Beqa, and Vana Levu.
Other than soaking up in the turquoise hued beaches, visitors can enjoy scuba diving, paddle boating, fishing, traditional Kawa ceremonies, turtle spotting, yacht sailing, island hopping and many others. For those wanting to explore the island, there is Fiji museum, Suva forest park, Sigatoka sand dunes, Tavuni hill fort, Musket cove, Navilawa, and Tavoro waterfalls. The island of Fiji experiences two seasons, the dry and wet, and is most often visited during March- November (dry season) and less during the wet season from November – April.
In Fiji, car rentals for hire require a valid driver’s license and credit card, and a travel by bus is the cheapest fare, besides the local ferries, self-drive rentals, domestic flights, water taxis, and cruise lines. Also, visitors need to observe local etiquette and customs, while visiting a Fijian village, and must always be accompanied by a tour guide. Fijian dollar is the widely accepted currency of the island, and English is the official spoken language besides the locally spoken Fijian and the Hindustani dialect.
Essential documents to enter Fiji, are a valid passport, a return ticket, a confirmed address in Fiji and an immigration card. Likewise, for details on visa-exempt, applications and extensions, contact the immigration website or the embassy in your region. Check the official tourism website, for itineraries to plan well ahead and grab early deals on hotel listings, travel packages and for regular travel updates. A melting pot of various ancestries, Fijian island is more than just the beaches and is worth visiting for an unforgettable experience.