|Feejee Five - 12 days|
|Triple Treat - 10 days|
|Mangos and Mantarays - 8 days|
|Lei Low - 6 days|
|Whole Hula - 4 days|
|Coral Coaster - 3 days|
The ability to travel light is an art, especially when you haven’t the slightest clue about the country you’re travelling to. Use the checklist below to help you bring the right
amount of stuff and save some space for those mementos to take home with you.
Visa Holders of Passports from visa exempt countries, which is about 100 countries) are granted visitors visas valid for 3 months on arrival. Extensions can be done once in the country through Fiji Immigration.
Passport To get on the plane
At the end of the day if you’ve left something behind you most likely will be able to buy it in Fiji.
The Fiji dollar ($ or FJD) is worth about 0.58 of an Australian dollar, 0.55 of a US dollar, 0.68 of a Canadian dollar, 0.42 Euro, 0.33 British pound, and 0 Monopoly dollars.
Fiji has limited amount of ATM machines in towns or shops throughout the country, however there are ATM's at all of the resorts and our Feejee Experience Driver will make an ATM stop every sector of your trip. As a result you can leave your travellers cheques at home, they were so 1994 anyway. There is no ATM's on the islands so take cash, you will be able use your credit card at each resort however.
Feejee Experience passes are fantastic value for money so you’ve already made a great start by choosing to travel with us. After that budget resort accommodation is usually around FJD $45 a night if you haven't prepaid or chosen one of our accommodation inclusive passes. We recommend a minimum of FJD $18-$35 per meal except on Robinson Crusoe, Beachcomber, Blue Lagoon Resort & Mantaray Islands where meals are paid daily as part of a compulsory meal plan between $79-$112 per day. The majority of activities are included in your pass. Plus, there are a variety of optional paid activities, which your Guide can book for you. However, there’s also never any pressure to spend (we do suggest you pay for a bed and keep eating though!).
Here are a few tips to ensure you have enough money to experience the awesome range of activities on offer: