Following a more than two-year prohibition due to the epidemic, Fiji has reopened its international borders to cruise ships. Over 118,000 tourists successfully arrived in Fiji in the six months after air transport was resumed into the nation.
Cruising will continue by the admission requirements imposed by the Fijian government, much like international aviation travel.
One important aspect of Fiji’s continuing economic recovery is welcoming cruise ships back into its waters. Before COVID, yearly spending by cruise lines, their customers, and the staff in Fiji totaled FJ$44.2 million (£16.5 million).