Fantastic Fiji

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Whether you're sunning it up in Suva or exploring the iconic islands, our Fiji travel insurance policy will cover you for unforeseen holiday hiccups.  Zoom travel insurance covers you for trip cancellation, natural disasters, lost luggage, family emergencies and more! What are you waiting for? Zoom to it!


Emergency Assistance

emergency assistance

No matter where you are, we're there when you need us most. Our expert emergency assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


riding a scooter

At Zoom, you're covered to ride a motorbike or scooter of any engine size provided you are licensed to do so in New Zealand!

luggage cover

COVER for your luggage

Your stuff is precious and we get that. Take off on your Fiji foray knowing your luggage is protected with Zoom.

Adventure activities

Adventure activities

Whether you're diving off Denarau or zip-lining through Fiji's forests, get cover for your fast paced activities with our adventure pack.

kids go free

kids go free

Family trip to Fiji? Save your pennies as all dependants under 19 are included under your policy at no additional cost. Say what!?


Pregnancy cover

Planning a Fiji escape before your new addition arrives? You can relax knowing you'd be covered all the way up to week 24 with no fuss.

easy claims

easy claims

We've done away with lengthy forms and have kept our claims process simple. We guarantee to assess fully documented claims in a flash.

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Peace Of Mind

Zoom to Zen. You can sit back and relax on your holiday knowing that you’re covered by award winning travel insurance.


 With over 330 islands on offer to tourists, beachside Fiji is a popular holiday destination for Kiwis.  Activities like scuba diving, swimming, jungle trekking and Fijian cultural experiences abound, so make sure you're in the know before you go with our handy FAQ's below.
  • Am I covered in the event of a natural disaster?
  • Yes, in the event that your holiday is directly affected by an unforeseen natural disaster you would be covered for cancellation, travel disruptions, additional accommodation expenses and lost deposits, depending on the plan that you purchased. However, in order to be covered you would need to have purchased a policy before news of the natural disaster hits the mainstream media.

  • Am I covered if I hitchhike in Fiji?
  • Hitching a ride isn't entirely safe in any country and we don’t recommend it.  However, with Zoom, you are covered for hitchiking provided it is legal for the country through which you are travelling.

    Standing at the side of the road with your thumb-out would be unexpected behaviour in Fiji.  However hitching a ride on a carrier truck on the main islands is common, particuarly with the locals.  You will often find a carrier driver with a few spare seats drive along the bus route asking if anyone needs a lift.  If you jump onboard, note that he's expecting you to pay the bus fare. The main benefit being that once the van is full, he doesn't make any more stops, so the ride is quicker than the bus.

    Remember to keep a good handle on your belongings though. Leaving your stuff behind on transport is considered unattended and wouldn't be covered.

  • Am I covered for dengue fever?
  • As Fiji is a tropical country, it is a high risk area for mosquito borne illnesses such as Dengue. If you fall ill while on vacation your Zoom travel insurance policy will make sure that you are able to get the medical care you need. You will be covered for Unlimited medical expenses whilst overseas.  This includes access to hospitals, ambulance, doctors and evacuation and even repatriation home if required.

  • How do alcohol and drugs affect my cover?
  • When it comes to alcohol we advise you to drink in moderation. Please note that we may exclude any claims where excessive drugs or alcohol have been involved.

  • Am I covered for adventure activities?
  • We automatically cover a wide range of adventure sports including diving, bunjee jumping and horse riding and more. You can also buy our Adventure Pack to cover additional adventure sports. 

  • I have high value items; how much can I insure them for?
  • If you have an expensive item that you just can’t leave behind you can insure it separately for up to $5,000. Please note that high value item cover is only available under our comprehensive plan.

  • Am I covered for muggings or pick pocketing?
  • Yes, you’re covered for muggings provided of course, you were acting with reasonable care (i.e. did not leave your belongings unattended). If you’re the victim of a pickpocket or bag snatching, you’d be covered for loss, theft and damage. Muggings are more common at night, particularly in Suva so keep your wits about you.  If you are robbed it’s important that you get a police report and contact us as soon as possible.

  • What is a dependant?
  • This means your dependant children or grandchildren under the age of 19 at the date of policy issue who are travelling with you.


Fiji is a favorite island holiday for New Zealanders.   Surrounded by vivid coral reefs, sun-drenched beaches, turquoise lagoons, and the sounds of swaying palm trees, it's not hard to understand how this island paradise has gained it's popularity.

With over three hundred islands to choose from, Fiji is a beautiful destination fit for a canoodling couple seeking isolation
or a family of five seeking fun in the sun.

Whether you're sipping cocktails from coconuts, snorkelling, scuba diving or swimiming with dophins, Zoom travel insurance has a plan suitable to cover your Fijian adventure.   Compare Zoom's Travel Insurance plans for your Fiji holiday today.


A visitor permit can be obtained on arrival; and no visa is required for stays of up to four months.  However, New Zealand citizens must have a passport that is valid for at least six months beyond the date of their arrival in Fiji.

Bula! Expect a warm welcome.  It is not uncommon to be serenaded on guitar or ukulele by a band of smiling locals in floral shirts as you pass through immigration.

Nadi International Airport (NAN) - pronounced "Nan-di" is Fiji's main airport.  Handling 97% of the country's visitors, the gateway welcomes more than 1.2 million international passengers and over 450,000 domestic passengers annually.  Located on the western side of the main island, Viti Levu, it is an important regional hub for the South Pacific islands. Once you’ve passed the gates and you’re out the terminal, you’ll be eager to get your Fijian holiday started as soon as possible. There are several ways to get where you’re going. Nadi Airport runs a 24-hour shuttle services to most of Fiji’s major resorts and hotel areas. All bookings must be made in advance and can be done online. Taxis are also available when you exit the main terminal, and there are several rental car companies to choose from if you’re wanting to explore the landscape on your own clock. Your hotel may also offer an airport pick-up service; speak to them directly before you leave home.

Nausori Airport (SUV) is the second International Airport in Fiji, located about 23 km (approximately 35 minutes drive) from Fiji's capital city, Suva. Airlines operate domestic shuttles daily that will take you through to Nadi Airport to meet connecting international flights.  There are also 13 smaller airports on the outer islands catering for scenic tours and access to unique Fijian towns.  These are Labasa, Savusavu, Taveuni, Rotuma, Koro, Gau, Bureta, Vanuabalavu, Lakeba, Ono-i-Lau, Cicia, Moala and Kadavu.


Getting around Fiji is cheap and easy.  The main island, Viti Levu has a reliable well networked bus service operating out of the towns. Travelling around the coastline by bus is affordable and with their large windows, offers a great way to take in the scenic countryside, and a great opportunity to chat with the locals. 

The 4-hour journey from Suva to Nadi on the main island costs around 50 FJD. ​Taxis can be easily booked at your hotel, either for a one-off trip between destinations or longer private tours. Pre-arranging a private driver for the duration of your stay can also be a convenient and comfortable way to get around. A taxi around Suva will cost no more than 10 FJD.​  

As Fiji is made of hundreds of islands, getting to certain destinations will involve a boat trip. There are plenty of ferries and tour boats travelling to the more popular spots, but if you wish to see some of the smaller islands you may need to charter a motorboat, and this can be a bit more expensive. Visible from the Nadi coastline, the Mamanucas Islands are blessed by zippy passenger catamarans offering enclosed air-conditioned seating on the lower decks for the sweatier days and stunning views from the upper decks.  Getting around the smaller outer islands requires a little more patience and usually involves a boat journey in a small, ten-passenger fibreglass boat.  But being further out from the hub of Nadi, these less commercialised, uninhabitate gems are worth the boat ride. No matter how you get around though, remember to be patient, relax and go with the flow. It’s all about embracing Fiji time!


Temperatures in Fiji remain consistent throughout the year. During the summer months, you’ll enjoy temperatures between 28C to 31C, while the winter months drop to a lovely 26C or 27C. While there’s never a bad time to visit Fiji, it’s good to bear in mind that November to April can bring with it severe storms, heavy rains, and the threat of cyclones. July through September is generally when the weather will be at its most dry and sunny, but it’s also peak season, particularly during school holiday periods, meaning resorts will be at their busiest.


With 332 postcard perfect islands, Fiji begs the question of where to go? 106 of the islands are uninhabited, but that still leaves a lot of choice. Some of the most popular regions to visit are:
Denarau Island – looking for total comfort? This is where you want to go. Home to eight large luxury resorts, including the Hilton, Westin, and Sofitel, and a pristine 18-hole golf course, Denarau is for holidaymakers seeking pampering, relaxation, and luxury. There’s plenty to choose from in the way of eating, drinking, poolside fun, day spas, and entertainment. Plus, the Denarau Marina is the starting point for loads of day trips. It’s also less than 30 minutes from the airport.
Coral Coast – Located on the south of Fiji’s main island, the Coral Coast is a long stretch (almost 100km) of beaches, most of them neighboured by a huge coral reef. It features a range of accommodation options to suit all budgets, including many family-friendly resorts. While a popular tourist spot, it also provides people the chance to experience a bit more of the real Fiji, with surrounding villages welcoming all who visit.
The Mamanuca Islands – you know those postcard-worthy pics you dream up when you think of Fiji? You’re probably thinking about the Mamanuca Islands. They’re just a short boat ride from Nadi airport.
Pacific Harbour – Beqa and the Pacific Harbour is perfect for thrill-seekers keen for rugged adventures.

Suva – the words buzzing cosmopolitan may not spring to mind when you think of Fiji. But Suva, Fiji’s capital, offers exactly that, with its wide array of shopping, eating, entertainment and cultural attractions.  
For more information on where to go, check out the Fiji Tourism website.


“Fiji time” is a real thing and schedules are never fully locked in. Fiji time can be used to explain tour delays, cancelled boats, change of reservation plans, and more! Go with the flow and know that chilling out and just going with it is what makes Fiji so wonderful. Fiji is generally safe but it’s advised to avoid walking around at night beyond the well-lit ground of resorts. Religion is very important to most Fijians and Sundays are a day for church. Many shops will be closed or only open for a few hours. Load up on the repellent and sunscreen – the mozzies and sun can be as brutal as each other. If visiting Fijian villages respect their customs. Dress modestly, covering bare shoulders and legs, don’t touch people’s heads, take off your shoes before walking inside, and never wear a hat into a village as it’s considered an insult.


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