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An all inclusive holiday

Source: Naviti Resort
Friday, February 08, 2013

The Naviti Resort is a four-star resort, situated on Fiji's famous coral coast, midway between Nadi International Airport and Suva. The resort is cocooned on 38 acres of lush, vibrant, tropical gardens and alongside golden sand beaches and coconut palms.

The Naviti Resort is a famous all inclusive resort. The most popular option at the Naviti is the all inclusive rate which includes all meals, unlimited drinks (including draught beer, local spirits, house wines and soft drinks), children's ice creams, Sigatoka shopping trip, free golf green fees, Sunset Cruise, nightly entertainment, and many other activities.

The home of the all inclusive holiday! Families in particular will enjoy this popular resort. Why? There is activities galore for all age group of children plus Kids club at no extra cost.

They open daily from 10am-10pm with breaks in between for lunch and dinner.

The Naviti Resort is an ideal place if you are planning that ultimate getaway for either a holiday or meeting, or stop over for a game of golf and dine in one of our four restaurants. At Naviti Resort all your needs are catered for.


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