Beach Escape Villas

Newtown Beach, P.O Box 11043, Nadi, Fiji
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  • Couples45
  • Solo50
  • Business100

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Do I need to get any Fiji money if staying at a resort??

by 461fpr

We will be staying at a resort in Fiji and are not intending on venturing outside as we will just be relaxing by the pool. Is there likely to be any need to get any Fiji money? If there is, should we just change it at the airport or at the hotel or are we better off doing it before we leave home? Thanks

Re: Do I need to get any Fiji money if staying at a resort??

by Fijifan

No you don't unless you need to take a taxi anywhere. If you don't leave the resort no problem. If you do any tours it is lhandy to have some money in case you want to buy food or drinks etc. so maybe changing $100 would be a good idea.

Re: Do I need to get any Fiji money if staying at a resort??

by Fijiray

Yes you will definitly need some Fiji money fopor other incidentals. if Fiji it is the norm if you use your credit card, a surchage will be charged on top of the price. As for money exchange, it is better you change it at the airport,you will receive a better conversion and also they dont charge commission.

Re: Do I need to get any Fiji money if staying at a resort??

by natevave

Actually using your credit card is the best option if you're only going to stay at a resort as you can charge purchases in the resort to your room then pay one bill at the end of your stay... its true they do charge a 1-2% surcharge on your bill, however its also true that credit cards get a conversion rate of 1-4% better than the airport conversion rates because they do their transactions using the bank to bank conversion rates, so either way you win out or break even just using a credit card.

Re: Do I need to get any Fiji money if staying at a resort??

by AusPinay

Yes but if it is a good one it should have a money changer anyway or even atm inside it. It is good to have cash for shopping for little souvenirs that may be sold outside/near the resorts, especially those sold by locals-cheaper too unlike the souvenir shops at resorts.At any case,you can also buy reasonably priced souvenirs at the airport duty free shops if you want.

In case you get sick of the ofod in your resort and you want to eat out then you might need Fijian money but foreign money is easily exchanged even in supermarkets at Nadi! So no worries,use your plastic if you want.

Travel Tips for Nadi

Always take less

by Dodo22

Most upmarket hotel rooms offer luggage storage for all but the largest cases but if you are travelling/moving from hotel or hotel or particularly out to the islands, you are probably better taking a smaller bag, and making it soft rather than a hard case. As is typical of most beach type holidays, you always end up taking more than you need/wear. Take lots of cotton items, mix and match and even in winter you won't need jeans or heavy sweaters.

Bula!!!!!!!

by RedEaredPanda

Fiji has over 300 islands in its archipelago, each fringed with coral reefs and lapped by warm azure waters - the diving and snorkelling are superb. Amid its wealth of natural beauty, Fiji's true magic lies in its people and the fascinating blend of their diverse cultures.

Fiji is an interesting blend of Melanesian, Polynesian, Micronesian, Indian, Chinese and European influences. For nearly 50 years, until the military coup of 1987, the indigenous people of Fiji represented an ethnic minority in their own land.

Fiji was the trade centre for the South Pacific during the 19th century, and the British claimed it as a colony in 1874. During the century or so that Fiji remained under British colonial rule, tens of thousands of indentured Indian labourers were imported to work on sugar plantations. Indigenous Fijians, however, managed to hold onto their traditional rites and practices - meke (narrative dance), bure (house) construction, kava ceremonies, tapa-cloth making and pottery.

Full country name: Republic of Fiji
Area: 18,300 sq km
Population: 840,000
Capital City: Suva (pop. 358,500)
People: Indigenous Fijian 50%, Indo-Fijian 45%
Language: Fijian, English
Religion: 53% Christian, 38% Hindus, 8% Muslims, and 1% Sikhs
Government: Democracy
Head of State: President Ratu Josefa Iloilo
Head of Government: Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase
Major Industries: Sugar, tourism, gold, fish, lumber and clothing.
Major Trading Partners: Australia, Japan and New Zealand

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Address: Newtown Beach, P.O Box 11043, Nadi, Fiji