Family-friendly Fiji resorts with kids clubs

With news that Fiji will resume international travel you might be wondering if this corner of the South Pacific could be a viable alternative to Hawaii for family vacations.

If you are traveling with children, answer in 2 letters Free nanny. More than any other destination on the planet (as this vacation-dreaming mama of her two can imagine), Fiji hosts free kids’ camps and, in many cases, A place that offers Luxury Vacation With Childcare of your wn. A nanny is often included in the resort fee, especially at luxury hotels.

Avid divers aren’t the only ones flying northeast from Nadi on Fiji’s main island to arrive at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort on the south coast of Vanua Levu. The property is set on a former coconut plantation  with towering palm trees and is popular with families as there is plenty of fun for adults and children alike.

Complimentary Bra Club for children ages 6-12 with private pools, waterslides, ziplines and trampolines offering everything from Fijian culture to eco-friendly ocean exploration.

Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort

Land at Nadi International Airport and soak in Fiji’s fragrant floral air before arriving at the Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort in Denarau in approximately 20 minutes.

Shortly thereafter, your child will be able to check-in at the property’s complimentary Kids Club. The Kids Club offers morning, afternoon and evening classes for ages 4-12.

Although this property  does not provide a complimentary nanny, babysitting services are available for a reasonable fee for children under 4 years of age. Children 4 years and older do not need a babysitter to join the Kids Club. Take them along and have fun while playing a round of golf or relaxing by the lagoon-style pool. 

As a Marriott Bonvoy Category 5 hotel, award nights at Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort start at 30,000 points per night. 

Shangri-La’s Yanuca Island, on the south coast of Viti Levu, is connected to the mainland by a convenient causeway, yet has the feel of a private island (although only one drive south of Nadi International Airport). It’s time).

The resort’s ‘Adults Only’ Reef Wing features an exclusive infinity pool with ocean views and sunset canap├ęs and cocktails.

For parents, however, Little Chief’s Club, a free kids’ club,  is even more appealing. Suitable for children ages 4 to 12, facilities include an inflatable water park and a playground with activities such as crab races and Fiji Meke dance lessons. Additionally, children 11 and younger eat free at several on-site restaurants. 

Turtle Island Fiji

This luxury all-inclusive resort in the Yasawa Islands is normally reserved for adults only. But for special family weeks several times a year, kids and adults alike are welcome, and Turtle Island Fiji has everything for the whole family to enjoy.

Children under the age of 5 will be assigned a personal nanny for the duration of their stay. This way, nap times don’t affect planning for diving, mountain biking, windsurfing or  other activities. Accommodation includes soft adventures. 

Kids will  be too busy walking on the beach or doing crafts to  notice you’re out of sight. Children ages 6 and up will be assigned a Bula Buddy as a companion and playmate for the duration of their stay, so they can cast fishing lines and play games with other younger guests. 

The balance between  time for yourself and time with family  makes everything very exciting. In other words, it promises a real off-time family vacation  for those who pay.

Forrest Martin

Forrest Martin

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