Nothing special. All the routine ones of course (the ones you got at school). It's best if you're up to date with Hep A and Hep B if you're going for an extended period (but that applies for everywhere in the world).
Occasionally, usually after heavy rain, there're problems with Typhoid in rural areas of Fiji. But if you're going only to the resorts it's not essential.
You can read all our Fiji travel safety tips here:
Have a great trip, it's a very beautiful place with friendly people. over 6 years ago
You need thypoid injection. over 6 years agoAnswered by hizzyyyyyy via WorldNomads.com