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Frequently Asked Questions

About FijiDream

Travel planning can be a lot of fun, but it isn’t always straightforward.

Without the correct tools, you can find yourself with 20 browser tabs open and thoroughly overwhelmed by the prospect of piecing together your next major vacation. The good news is that the tools you need are only a mouse click away with FijiDream.

At FijiDream, we’ve figured out how to get around and are now ready to tackle the Stay and Experiences portion of your trip. If you are unfamiliar with the advantages of booking through FijiDream, here are three reasons why you should do so.

1. Ease

If you’ve ever tried to book multiple hotels using each property’s website, you know how time-consuming it can be to enter all of your information into multiple sites. Aside from the convenience and security of having all of your payment information in one place, you also have access to FijiDream’s verified hotel ratings, which ensures that the people sharing their experiences have actually stayed at the properties they’re reviewing.

2. Price

Nobody wants to spend more for a Stay than they have to, but getting the best deal has traditionally required scouring dozens of websites to compare prices, and even then, you couldn’t be sure you hadn’t missed a better deal. FijiDream negotiates excellent rates with local hotel partners so you can be sure you’re receiving the best available deal. This is where FijiDream’s strength can help you save on your next Dream Trip.

3. Choice

If you don’t have access to the top accommodations, all of the benefits of booking through FijiDream are useless. The good news is that, with the best hotel properties on, you can be sure that the properties you’re most interested in (and even ones you’d never heard of) are all in one location.

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We suggest you start booking 4-6 months in advance since many of our top resorts are usually booked throughout the year.

We require that you provide your full name as it appears on your passport, date of birth as well as your main contact information (email or phone number will suffice).

Your final Booking Confirmation will be emailed to you as soon we get a confirmation from the resort.

Travelling to Fiji

With a vast astrolabe reef around its 333 islands and atolls, Fiji is recognized as the soft coral capital of the world. It is full of undersea adventure, unspoilt nature, slow life, and meeting friendly-happy people. Fiji is a multi-cultural country with a wide range of delectable meals to sample on a daily basis.

Need we say more? Fiji is waiting for you.

The Great Astrolabe Reef, Yasawa Islands, Mamanuca Islands, Beqa Lagoon, and the Fiji Museum are just a few of the most popular Fiji attractions.

Refer to our Staff’s Top Picks for more info.

Snorkeling over coral reefs, diving deep down underwater, kayaking with a group of buddies, enjoy nature by going on a hiking trip or taking a calm cruise. Participate in a Kava ceremony, visit the locals and leave with a smile on your face. Observe the local flora and fauna, and catch some world-class waves on your surfboard. Take a skydive, get a tropical massage, sample the very best local cuisine, and participate in cultural events. Drop a fishing line and much more!

Most visitors arrive to Nadi International Airport (NAN) through international flights.

The average annual temperature is 25° C. The rainy season lasts from November to April, with the dry season lasting from May to October.

Fiji has three official languages under the 1997 constitution. These are English, Fijian and Hindi, although English is spoken just about anywhere within the island.

The average annual temperature is 25° C. The rainy season lasts from November to April, with the dry season lasting from May to October.

Fiji generates 50% of its electricity from diesel. Hydropower is the most common renewable energy source. Solar and wind power make up a small percentage of the total. The electrical voltage is between 220 and 240 volts with a frequency of 50 Hz. The majority of the locations have access to clean drinking water. Consult your hotel staff for water safety guidelines.

The best currency to use in Fiji is the Fijian dollar. It is represented by the international code FJD and the symbol $.

You can exchange money at banks and major hotels.

American Express, MasterCard and Visa are widely accepted by the hotels, car rental, travel and tour companies. Most large stores and restaurants also accept them.

In general, a 9% VAT applies to the purchase of goods and services.

Banks are open Mon-Thu from 9am to 3pm and Fridays from 9am to 4pm. Please note that branch offices in small towns may have different business hours.

To enter Fiji, you will need a passport valid for at least six months, proof that you have sufficient funds for your stay and return ticket.

Every person arriving in Fiji is required to report to an immigration officer and present a duly completed arrival card, passport or acceptable form of travel documents. Every person leaving Fiji is required to report to an immigration officer and present a duly completed departure card, passport or an acceptable form of travel documents.

Fiji is generally a safe place to travel. However, visitors to Fiji may fall victim to petty crimes such as theft or ATM skimming. Avoid walking alone at night in urban areas, particularly downtown Suva, lock your car and keep expensive valuables out of sight and secured.

Fiji poses no major health problems for most travelers, although it’s always a good idea to protect yourself by buying medical travel insurance.

Avoid reef fish if possible as they have been associated with sickness, not just in Fiji but in many South pacific Islands.

Before going to Fiji, make sure you’re completely immunized. Unvaccinated visitors should avoid visiting Fiji unless it is absolutely necessary. Consult your hotel’s employees about the facility’s medical backup system.

The majority of trips to Fiji are uneventful. If you come across a difficult situation, contact the nearest police station or your embassy.

Fiji is a relatively safe destination to visit. In urban regions, however, avoid wandering alone at night.

Public buses, minivans, tour buses, taxis, driver hire, car hire ferries and cruise ships are all good options to travel within Fiji.

You can rent a car if you are 21 years old (25 years old depending on some companies) and have an international driver’s license.

A person must have an international driver’s license for right or left-hand drive vehicles.

No, FijiDream does not provide insurance services.

Buses are the most practical mode of public transportation to go throughout Fiji’s main islands, as 95 percent of the country’s roadways are on Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. It’s also a relatively inexpensive mode of transportation in Fiji.

In Fiji’s town centers, 10-seater minivans also run, stopping by the roadside to pick up passengers. These are usually comparable to or less expensive than bus fares, but they bring passengers to their destination quickly.

Taxis are an excellent way to get from point A to point B swiftly. Taxis in the Nadi and Suva areas are reasonably priced, as the government regulates taxi pricing. From 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., prices start at FJ$1.50 (outside of these hours, it’s FJ$2), plus 10c for 100m traveled. All of this is determined using a metre.

In Fiji, WiFi isn’t really a need, so don’t expect it to be available at all times. Free WiFi hotspots are only available in Fiji’s most densely inhabited districts, and even then, only in a few locations. Free WiFi is available, however at Nadi International Airport throughout the whole terminal for the first 30 minutes.

There are 4 mobile carriers in Fiji: “Vodafone”, “Digicel”, “Fiji Link” and “TFL”. Vodafone and Digicel have shops at Nadi International Airport. You can choose from a Mini SIM, Micro SIM, and Nano SIM plans. Mobile routers can be purchased or rented at the Vodafone shop. In addition to the main unit, you may need to purchase a prepaid data-only SIM card.

Drinking boiled or mineral water is always preferred as drinking water might become foggy due to the age of water tanks and pumps.

240V, 50Hz, the same Type O as Australia, 110v is also available at most hotels.