Hats and sunglasses are not worn in a village, shoes are not worn inside, women and men must cover knees and shoulders and it is impolite to sit with legs stretched out. Avoid touching a Fijian’s head. Offering ‘sevusevu’ (gift) of kava is customary, which you will drink with villagers on arrival.
While tipping is not encouraged, it is generally accepted. Should you wish to render a tip, we’d appreciate you charging this to you room account as we evenly distribute these amongst all resort service staff on a quarterly basis.
DID YOU KNOW ?
The local currency is the Fiji dollar ($). It is good to have a few options for accessing money- bring a credit card, debit card, some traveler's cheques and a small amount of foreign currency to exchange at any major bank. There is also an ATM at the resort.
Healthcare & Medical
Fiji has private doctors, as well as standard hospital and laboratory facilities. Private dentists, opticians and pharmacies are also available. Please note that your preferred medications may not be available in Fiji so we recommend bringing any medication you might need with you.
WHAT TO PACK
As Fiji has a tropical climate we recommended you pack light cotton garments, sun screen, hats, sunglasses, comfortable walking or reef shoes and a Tote bag to make carrying these important items easy.