(Country code: FJ)
Maximum Coverage = Maximum Declared Value for Carriage for the Priority™ Worldwide service.
Senders should determine import restrictions from the country's authorities before posting:
- animal and animal products
- cigars and cigarettes
- coffee and tea
- fruit and vegetables
- live fish
- milk and butter
- plants and parts of plants
- samples of spirits over 0.57 litres
- video tapes
Fiji admits up to 10 kg of tobacco or tobacco products if no other goods are in the same article.
Animal and animal products
Imports containing animal and animal products require a permit from the Agricultural Department.
Plants and plant products
Imports containing plant and plant products require a permit from the Ministry of Primary Industries.
Imports containing narcotics, or drugs require a permit from the Ministry of Health.
Goods for the personal use of the addresse of a value not exceeding $10 Fijian are admitted free of duty. More than one parcel for the same addresse may be treated as a single parcel and assessed for duties accordingly.
In addition to items considered non-mailable matter, the following are prohibited:
- arms and ammunition
- articles of iron and steel
- birds' eggs
- graphite Products
- log and timber products from Liberia
- live animals
- natural or cultured pearls
- precious stones and metals
- printed books, newspapers, pictures and other products of the - printing industry
- roofing sheets
- seditious articles
- Shipments with items of extraordinary value (antiques, fine artwork, jewellery) are prohibited if from Hong Kong.
- tobacco Leaf
Information regarding Customs can be found in "Customs Requirements" of the Canada Postal Guide.
The sender must indicate the telephone number of the addressee in the address field on postal parcels and on accompanying documents.
In addition, parcels containing commercial goods mailed to Fiji for trade must be accompanied by a certified invoice (original or copy) written in English or French. This invoice must be folded and attached to the parcel, never enclosed within the parcel.