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Visas to travel to Oceania: Fiji, Papua Guinea, Micronesia, Vanatu and New Caledonia

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We already talk about the requirements to travel as a tourist in New Zealand and Australia. In any case, the continent of Oceania does not end here; There are approximately 25,000 islands scattered across the ocean that comprise a total of almost 10,000 square kilometers. Undoubtedly, it is one of the corners of the earth where we will find the spirit of adventure and the contrast with the day to day that we are so looking for during the holidays. Below we reveal the visa formalities that must be done before visiting the most representative countries in the area.

  • Fiji

The Fiji Islands are a tourist destination with years of history and experience behind them. Thanks to this, the conditions for tourists who wish to visit these fabulous islands are really easy.

Everyone with a passport valid for more than six months is entitled to a visa with a maximum stay of four months upon arrival at the destination airport. It can be extended up to a maximum of six months as long as you have a return ticket and enough money to stay in the islands. The Spanish-speaking countries that enjoy this possibility are: Spain, Argentina, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Likewise, no special vaccine is necessary to travel to the country.

  • Micronesia

The Federated States of Micronesia make up a total of 607 islands, mostly scattered throughout the Pacific. The government is basically formed by the Marshall Islands, Palau, Kiribati, Guam.

For most Spanish-speaking states, it is not necessary to have a visa in advance for a maximum stay of 30 days and a passport valid for the subsequent six months and a return ticket.

  • Papua New Guinea

Although Spaniards can process the visa directly upon arrival in the country, it is advisable to contact the country's embassy in Paris as there is no New Guinea embassy or consulate in Spain. The visa through them leaves for 20 uros and usually takes about a week for a maximum period of two months. By the way, Solomon Islands are under the government of Papua New Guinea, so the conditions for visiting these islands are the same.

  • Vanuatu

To visit the Vanatu Islands, just arrive at the destination airport. A maximum of four months is granted with the usual passport and return ticket validity requirements.

  • New Caledonia

Spaniards and other countries of the European Union do not need to process the visa in advance to enter the country. A tourist visa is offered for a three month stay. On the other hand, travelers from Latin America must apply for a visa through the French embassy.

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