WASHINGTON -- The State Department lifted a Fiji travel warning,
saying the country's new military-backed government took
"significant steps to restore order following the recent political
However, U.S. travelers are urged to "maintain a high level of
caution" because "sporadic incidents continue" and should avoid the
island of Vanua Levu, "where the civil situation is the most
volatile," it said.
International and domestic flights are operating normally, but
travelers should verify schedules with airlines because disruptions
are possible, it said, adding that all roads are open.
"A military curfew remains in effect from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. in
Suva, Nausori, Navua [on Viti Levu] and surrounding areas," it
"U.S. citizens in Fiji are urged to register with the U.S.
embassy," avoid large gatherings and monitor local media for new
developments, the department said.