October 29, 2021

Fiji Opening for Business

Yacht charter will again be possible in the beautiful islands of Fiji. The Fijian government has announced they will be reopening borders to international visitors after nearly two years of strict border closures.

"It's been almost two years since we welcomed international visitors," Fiji Minister for Tourism, Hon. Faiyaz Koya. "And in these two years, we've struggled, we've adapted, and we've prepared. Today, our national airline is ready, our hotels and tour providers are ready, and Fijians are ready to safely welcome the world back. We are ready to let happiness find you again."

From December 1st, Fiji will reopen their borders and commercial international flights will resume. Fully vaccinated visitors will be able to enter the country and explore the islands with no quarantine required.

Countries currently eligible for quarantine free entry include; Australia, New Zealand, United States of America, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Canada, Qatar, Germany, Spain, France, Republic of Korea, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland and most Pacific Island Countries and Territories.

All visitors will be required to follow the 'Care Fiji' plan, equally all hospitality and tourism providers operating in Fiji are also required to follow the plan in order to keep visitors and locals safe.

Thanks to the announcement, a number of yachts have confirmed they will be relocating to Fiji for the next charter season beginning May 2022.

Entry requirements include that visitors at this stage must be fully vaccinated and provide proof of both their full vaccination status and a negative RT PCR Test.

For full details and updates to entry processes and arrival requirements check out the official announcement by Tourism Fiji.

We anticipate it will be a busy season ahead so contact us as soon as possible to secure your dates.

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