What to Bring

Weather is generaly a balmy 24-30 degrees Celcius all year round with more rain in the hurricane season November to March.

Bring light comfortable cotton clothing. Women should be aware of local attitudes to skimpy dressing and wear longer skirts or shorts, and keep their midrifs and shoulders covered in town and in the villages.

Items that can be brought through Fiji customs include 2 bottles of spirits and 6 bottles of wine which due to the high prices locally are worth bringing in if you  are likely to want to imbibe at your accommodation.

Prepackaged food – coffee, tea, biscuits, crackers, sweets, peanut butter, powdered products like yogurt etc., NZ manufactured and sealed cheddar cheese, with the exception of fresh meat and vegetables are generally ok to bring through customs but all food does need to be declared so it can be inspected and assessed on arrival.

Snorkling gear is available at Bula Vista for 2 persons, on prior request, and additional sets can be purchased in Savusavu at a reasonable cost if required. Try the shop Chaganlal for snorkeling gear.

Bring your favourite books, toys, computer (internet is available on a pre pay stick you can buy locally).

Your favourite sunscreen, cosmetics and medicines may not be available here so bring these.