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Fiji Fiji electrical outlets : do I need a travel adapter?

You're going to travel to Fiji and you don't know if your electric devices (your computer, mobile phone, battery charger...) will be able to work there?

To know if you need a travel plug adapter to go to Fiji, you have to consider 3 things : the shape of the plugs, the voltage and the frequency of the current delivered by electrical outlets in Fiji.

Electrical outlets (sockets) and plugs used in Fiji

Here are the shape of the sockets in Fiji, and the the types of plugs used in Fiji :

electrical outlet socket type I in Fiji
type I

plug type i  plug type i2  

Plug adapter for Fiji

If none of your usual plug is compatible, you should buy a travel adapter to be able to plug your electric devices in Fiji (please visit our selection on Amazon for more details).

best travel adapters for fiji

Prepare your travel to enjoy your stay in Fiji

What is the type of electrical outlets and current in Fiji?

The type of electrical outlets in Fiji is Type I.

The standard voltage is 240 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

How can I charge the battery of my phone or computer in Fiji?

To charge the battery of your phone or computer in Fiji, you can follow these steps:

  1. Check the power requirements: Ensure that your charger is compatible with the power outlets in Fiji. Fiji uses Type I sockets, which have three flat pins in a triangular configuration.
  2. Adapter plug: If your charger's plug does not match the Type I sockets, you will need a plug adapter. Purchase a suitable adapter from a local electronics store or bring one from your home country.
  3. Voltage compatibility: Verify that the voltage input range on your charger is compatible with Fiji's electrical system. Fiji operates on a voltage of 240V, so make sure your charger supports this voltage. Most modern chargers and devices are compatible with a wide range of voltages (100V-240V), but double-check to be safe.
  4. Power strip or surge protector (optional): If you have multiple devices to charge, consider using a power strip or surge protector to expand the number of available outlets. It also adds an extra layer of protection against power surges.
  5. Connect to a power outlet: Once you secure the necessary adapter and ensure voltage compatibility, plug your charger into a power outlet in Fiji. If everything is connected correctly, your device should start charging.
  6. Monitor charging progress: Keep an eye on your device to ensure it is charging properly. If you encounter any issues, double-check the connections and try a different power outlet if necessary.
  7. Unplug when fully charged: Once your device is fully charged, remember to unplug it from the power outlet. Leaving it plugged in unnecessarily can waste energy and potentially cause damage.

By following these steps, you should be able to charge your phone or computer battery in Fiji without any issues. Enjoy your stay!

Which power adapter should I buy for Fiji?

You will need a power adapter that is suitable for Fiji. The power socket type used in Fiji is Type I. Type I power sockets have three flat pins in a slanted formation. Therefore, you should purchase a power adapter that is compatible with Type I sockets.

What are the 20 largest cities in Fiji?

The 20 largest cities in Fiji are:

  1. Suva
  2. Nadi
  3. Lautoka
  4. Labasa
  5. Ba
  6. Savusavu
  7. Rakiraki
  8. Tavua
  9. Nausori
  10. Sigatoka
  11. Levuka
  12. Navua
  13. Nadi
  14. Lami
  15. Korovou
  16. Savusavu
  17. Nasinu
  18. Deuba
  19. Tavua
  20. Levuka