Fiji plans to open its doors to foreign tourists by November 1

Oceania’s Fiji is one of the world’s most popular vacation spots. However, because to the current situation, the site has been closed to tourists since March 2020, when the epidemic began. It’s a relief for tourists that the Fijian Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, has announced that the country will reopen for tourism by November 1.

“That’s the target we’ve set now, and it bases itself on the success we’ve had with the vaccination campaign.”

Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama

Fiji Tourism Minister Faiyaz Koya believes Fiji’s ultimate goal is to safely restore quarantine-free travel. He said, “So, in order to get there, we need to, first and foremost, restore the trust as a tourism destination and Tourism Fiji will play a critical role in building this particular trust.”

Fiji is an archipelago of over 330 islands in Melanesia. More than one-hundred of these islands have permanent residents Among the most popular areas are Nadi, the Coral Coast, Denarau Island and the Mamanuca Islands.

Scuba diving is extremely popular in the area, because to its abundance of soft coral reefs. Divers flock to Yasawa Island, Denarau Island, and Beqa Lagoon. On the island of Taveuni, the Bouma National Heritage Park is also a must-see for nature enthusiasts!

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