Frequently Asked Questions
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Most Common Questions
We suggest booking 6-9 months in advance since many of the resorts are small and have limited space.
We require that you provide your name as it appears on your US passport and date of birth.
Passport - must be valid for up to 6 months beyond your ticketed return date Visas - US, AU, NZ, EU and Canadian citizens are granted an automatic tourist visa. Note: citizens of all other countries need to verify if a visa is required with their passport. Please see the list here Proof of return travel.
Fiji Vacations/ Cook Islands Travel accepts payments by money wire, bank transfer, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and personal checks.
Deposits will vary from resort to resort but generally a $500 per person deposit is required to confirm and secure your booking. Balances are due 90 days prior to departure.
Yes we allow you to set up your own payment schedule if that works best for you. After each payment is made you will receive a receipt.
No, we include all airlines taxes, government and hotel tax in your package price.
We do, after you submit your signed paperwork we automatically send you a quote for travel insurance.
Air New Zealand is the only carrier from North America to the Cook Islands and provides several gateways offering direct flights to Rarotonga International airport. Some of these gateways for Air New Zealand are: North American Gateways- Los Angeles, New Zealand- Auckland
The flight is 11 hours from Los Angeles direct to Rarotonga.
Fiji Travel Tips
All of our agents are certified South Pacific Specialists, so you are in good hands for bespoke travel packages and complex itineraries.
Availability may be an obstacle when booking your dream trip if you do not plan ahead. Flights and resorts do fill up many months in advance.
The Fijian Islands span many microclimates and can have different weather than what you see on your weather app.
High Season is June- August, Christmas and New Year’s due to the large number of Australians and New Zealanders that frequent the islands.