Life & Wealth Mastery Fiji COVID Guidelines

WHAT WE’RE DOING FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR GUESTS

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Fiji opened to quarantine-free travel coming from all over the world as of April 7, 2022.

We are thrilled to welcome you back and want to make traveling as easy as possible for you!

Please find some of Fiji’s required travel guidelines below — and you’ll also learn what we are doing to ensure you have a safe experience at Life & Wealth Mastery Fiji.

 

PRE-DEPARTURE CHECKLIST
CHECKLIST

Official documentation relating to your vaccine status, negative COVID-19 predeparture tests, pre-booked in-country RAT, travel insurance and valid passport will be checked at the airport by Fiji Airways before you fly; other airlines may do the same.

If you are travelling to Fiji on Fiji Airways, please note that airport check-in counters for Fiji Airways flights will open four (4) hours prior to your scheduled departure. Please check-in early to allow enough time for document checks, validation, and acceptance, due to multiple new entry requirements by most countries.

VALID PASSPORT

Passports are required for international travel and must be valid for a minimum of 6 months beyond your return date to your home country.

VACCINATIONS

Travel should be safe and stress-free so for now Fiji is only open to fully vaccinated travelers (16+) and their accompanying minors. Travelers must produce a digital/paper certification of full-vaccination at least 14 days before travel.

Fiji currently recognizes AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson and Johnson, Nuvaxovid (Novavax), Coronavac (Sinovac), Covishield, BBIBP-CorV (Sinopharm), Covaxin and Sputnik V. vaccines only.

Please note that fully-vaccinated means that you have received the recommended number of initial doses (usually 2) of a vaccine that Fiji recognizes. Vaccine booster shots are considered as additional protection to full-vaccination and are not mandatory.

PRE-BOOKED IN-COUNTRY RAT

In order to enter Fiji, your pre-booked and pre-paid Day 2 Fiji RAT (rapid Covid test) must be completed at https://entrytestfiji.com/

TRAVEL INSURANCE

For travelers entering Fiji: medical travel insurance, with international coverage that covers COVID-19 before travelling.  If you don’t you can also purchase COVID-19 medical travel insurance https://www.fijivisitorsinsurance.com/.

DURING YOUR VISIT
UPON ARRIVAL

When you arrive in Fiji, you will go through Fiji Immigration and Customs. Wasawasa and Namale guests must transfer at the airport directly to the Domestic Travel Terminal and Fiji Link Airlines. Once there, you will check-in and board your flight to Savusavu (SVU) or Labasa (LBS) on the island of Vanua Levu where the properties are located.

Once checked in, guests are required for the first 48 hours to remain exclusively within and on the property. Guests have full use of all amenities but are prohibited from leaving the property or participating in the off-property excursions during that 48-hour period.

Please note: Namale Resort & Spa is exclusively available to guests staying there and not available to those staying at Wasawasa.

GET TESTED

All travellers (12 years+) must take a pre-booked Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) after 48 hours but before 72 hours of arrival into Fiji, at their hotel or nearby testing facility. Testing is conducted at the property. Pre-book your test at https://entrytestfiji.com/.

This test must also be taken by travellers transiting Fiji for more than 48 hours.

If you have a fit to fly certificate from a medical practitioner, the in-country RAT does not apply.
With this timeframe, you can still enjoy using the facilities at your resort, transiting to your resort on another island or booking a daytrip tour.

BE COVID-SAFE


  • Masks are optional but recommended for crowded indoor and outdoor public places (eg restaurants, tour buses, shops) )

  • Social distancing is optional where possible (2m)

  • Wash or sanitize your hands frequently

RETURNING HOME
NEGATIVE COVID-19 TESTS

Depending on your country's return requirements, you will need to be tested for COVID-19 before you fly home.

Costs for a Rapid Antigen test (RAT) starts from approximately $30FJD.

Some countries require a PCR test which starts from approximately $200 FJD. Please note that testing costs will vary.

Please take note of age groups that need to be tested as per your country's requirements.

All RAT and PCR test requirements needed for your return home will be managed at Namale. Speak to the concierge about your tests when you check in.

Please take note of age groups that need to be tested as per your country's requirements.

WHAT TESTS DO I NEED TO RETURN HOME?

Be aware that to return home, your country may require you to meet certain testing requirements. In Fiji, you can discuss your return flight date with your accommodation who will help you arrange this process. They will also confirm a date and time for your swab. Please ensure you do not miss that date and time, as our hotels will have worked out the time needed to get your result back, and for you to meet your flight in time.

FAQs
ENHANCED SAFETY MEASURES?

Your health and safety are our top priority.

Our staff is fully trained in COVID-19 protocols, and we have implemented additional safety measures, so you don’t have to worry during your visit.

  • Cleaning: Enhanced cleaning in all bures and common areas with WHO-certified cleaning supplies

  • Face coverings/masks: This is optional for all guests and staff

  • Personal protection: Hand sanitizer will be available for guests all over the resort

WHAT ARE WELLNESS AMBASSADORS?

Wellness Ambassadors are those who have been trained in all COVID-19 safety protocols and will help you with the required tests upon your arrival and before your departure.

You will be greeted by our Wellness Ambassadors when you arrive, and they can answer your questions about health and safety.

WHO DO I CONTACT WITH QUESTIONS WHILE IN FIJI?

We recommend you speak with the event team on-site for event questions or the Wasawasa/ Namale staff for questions about the accommodations.

Please note that lifemastery@TonyRobbins.com is monitored in the USA. Due to varying time zones, more immediate attention is available on-site.

WHAT IF I GET COVID IN FIJI?
WHAT IF I GET COVID IN FIJI?

Alert your resort’s Wellness Ambassador. They have plans and procedures in place that can help you isolate comfortably. They will put you in touch with the relevant medical authorities.
Hotel isolation for guests who test positive for COVID is 7 days at your cost. A "fit to fly" certificate will be issued after this isolation period to allow a return home in the event the tourist still tests positive, depending on their home country's requirements.

All Covid-related costs including additional accommodations, meals (3 meals/day excluding room service and alcohol), testing and other expenses are the responsibility of the traveler. You will need to cover the costs upfront and may be reimbursed by your insurance later.

Testing Positive

  • Currently, all travellers to Fiji must take a pre-booked RAT a few days after their arrival as part of Fiji’s entry protocols. They may also need to test towards the end of their holiday, to comply with testing requirements for their home country.

  • If testing positive for COVID-19 in Fiji, guests will be placed in an isolation room at their hotel, or another 'overflow' facility. Where possible they will remain in the room they are already in. They will then start a period of isolation.

  • Isolation is used to separate people with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 from those without COVID-19. People who are in isolation should stay in their room until it’s safe for them to be around others.

Hotel Isolation If You Test Positive

  • If you test positive, the isolation period in your hotel in Fiji is 7 days. A PCR test can be requested to verify the result if required by your insurance company. PCR tests are approximately $250 FJD.

  • Formal isolation ends after 7 full days if the guest is fever-free for 24 hours and other symptoms have improved.

  • On leaving Isolation, guests must continue to practice mask-wearing and regular hand-sanitization when in public spaces.   

Hotel Isolation for Close Contacts Who Test Negative

  • Negative close contacts can choose to join the positive patient in isolation or stay in their original accommodation. 

  • Joint isolation in the same room will require appropriate mask wearing of N95 mask for both positive and negative close contact cases.

  • If a negative close contact who isolates with a positive case, then tests positive, they will need to start a 7-day isolation.

  • Negative close contacts who do not isolate must practice mask-wearing when in public spaces and ensure they test if they experience any symptoms. If they test positive on PCR test, a 7-day isolation period will start.

Returning Home After Isolation

  • To re-enter their home country, guests need to comply with their country of origin's testing requirements to confirm they are negative or no longer infectious.

  • If you continue to test positive after their 7-day isolation, a medical certificate will be provided by health officers confirming that they are no longer infectious – this is known as a Fit to Fly certificate.

Travel Insurance

Please ensure that your travel insurance is adequate to cover any unexpected extra days in Fiji due to a positive case.

Please continuously review updates to your country’s evolving re-entry protocols for citizens who have contracted COVID-19 while travelling overseas.

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