Fiji visa requirements for Tunisians

Travel and visa requirements

Fijian Visa is not required for Tunisians

Stay Duration: 120 days

Entry Requirements

  • The government Fiji permits nationals of Tunisia to visit Fiji without a visa for up to 120 days.
  • Intending visitors must have a passport valid for six months from the date of arrival in Fiji. It is recommended that this passport has at least two blank pages for entry and exit stamp. 
  • Visitors are required to have a return or onward ticket and proof of enough funds to spend during their stay in the country.
  • Tourists to Fiji must present evidence of a confirmed means of accommodation for their entire stay in Fiji, which could be in the form of a sponsor letter from a host living in the country or a hotel reservation.
  • A requisite fee of 98 Fijian Dollar will also be requested for during immigration clearance. This fee is not required if visitors are visiting for medical treatments or are yacht owners, because yacht owners or members of a crew of a carrier will have paid for the permit before arrival.
  • Citizens of Tunisia under the age of 18 travelling without a parent or guardian must present a copy of their birth certificate and a parental consent form. This form must be duly completed and signed by the parent or guardian.
  • On entry and exit, Tourists with currency over F$10,000 or the U.S. dollar equivalent must be declared.
  • Prospective visitors hoping to travel to Fiji can do so from any international airport in Tunisia. There are international airports in Tunis and Sfax.
  • British Airways, Turkish Airlines, Fiji Airways and Qatar Airways are some of the carriers that fly from Tunisia to Fiji.
  • The estimated flight duration from Tunis to Suva, Fiji is 1 day, 6 hours and from Sfax, it is 1 day, 13 hours.
  • Fiji has a warm and tropical climate all year round. The best time to visit Fiji is from mid-October to mid-November when prices are fair, and the beaches and tourists sites are packed with fewer crowds. This is also when the weather conditions are dry, calm and enjoyably warm.
  • The Fijian dollar is the official currency of Fiji. ATMs can easily be found in major parts of Fiji and credit/debit cards are accepted by many business outlets in Fiji. Visitors can change their foreign currency at banks and various exchange outlets.
  • Although others (Islam and Hinduism) exist, Christianity is the dominant religion in Fiji.
  • Fiji’s numerous natural beauties and endowments put it out as a great place for tourists and visitors looking to experience the richness of nature and to discover new cultures.
  • There are three official languages in Fiji, which are English, Fijian and Hindi.
  • Fiji uses the Fiji Standard Time (GMT+12), which puts Fiji eleven hours ahead of Tunisia.
  • Popular Fiji dishes tourists can try while in the country are kokoda, rourou, lovo, etc.
  • Power sockets and plugs used in Fiji are of type I. The standard supply voltage is 240 V, with a standard frequency of 50 Hz.
  • A tourist in Fiji spends an average of FJD$360 per day.
  •  Visitors are expected to be courteous and conscious of existing rules and customs as they go about their tourism-related activities.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much cash should I take to Fiji?

Generally, a tourist can budget about FJD$360 (AUD$226)  per day in Fiji, especially if such tourist is on a LOW budget, while for a midrange trip, you could budget FJD$360-800 (AUD$226-$501) and for a luxury-style trip, aim for at least FJD$800 (AUD$501) per day.

What is the official currency of Fiji?

The Fijian dollar is the official currency of Fiji. Visitors can change their foreign currency at banks and various exchange outlets found in the country. Also, ATMs can easily be found in major parts of Fiji and credit/debit cards are accepted by many business outlets in Fiji.

Is Fiji a safe place to visit?

Fiji is a safe place to visit and has all you really need to ensure a safe and happy holiday. This does not, however, mean the country is immune to crime. Tourists should note that when they are in Nadi or Suva, they should not walk around at night, even in a group.

What are the emergency numbers to call in Fiji?

Some Fiji emergency agencies and their numbers include Fire Emergency Temporary Allocation (910), FEA Emergency (913), Reserved for National Disaster (915), Police Emergency Service (917), etc.