Exeperience the adventure

INDULGE yourself with Fiji’s unique scenery of the amazing sunset, white sandy beaches, excellent range of accommodation and great food offered at the largest integrated resort in the South Pacific-Denarau Island.

If you’re thinking of the perfect getaway spot for your honeymoon, wedding or just the ultimate extravagant holiday for you and your family, then Denarau Island is just the perfect fit because it has eight resorts that not only offer varied accommodation and manifold dining options to choose from but also adventure and experience of a lifetime that will leave you in awe.

Website www.tourismfiji.com reports if you want to splash out and be pampered, then Denarau Island is where you want to be.

“Less than 10 kilometres from Nadi, it boasts eight large resorts, stunning beaches and an 18-hole championship golf course.

“You’ll find an excellent range of accommodation, with the resorts offering designer suites, stunning swimming pools and a wide range of restaurants.”

Tourismfiji adds Denarau Island was developed as a resort hub starting in the late 1960s and since then it has gone from strength to strength following the construction of the golf course, reclamation of land and dredging and construction of the marina, most recently the Port Denarau Retail & Commercial Centre in 2007.

The website said Denarau’s resorts offer a varied menu of accommodation with hotel rooms and suites, luxury villas, and five-star accommodation available.

“Each resort caters for a wide range of travellers. For the business-minded, there are conference facilities and Wi-Fi, and spas and swimming pools for those who just want to take it easy, with awesome options for the kids.

The resorts’ restaurants, cafes and bars offer exciting indoor and outdoor dining experiences, offering specialty cuisines, fine dining and, in some cases, the full silver service experience.

The website said if you want to get away and try something different, there are excellent restaurants at the marina giving you a great view of the waterfront.

“There are menus to suit all tastes, with steakhouse dining alongside Indian and Asian cuisine cooked by local and imported chefs.

Of course, excellent seafood is also a feature, fresh caught and cooked in a range of styles, simple or fancy.

Many restaurants are family friendly with kids’ menus and children’s tables, and the views of the busy marina make the sunset a popular time to enjoy a glass of something by the water, and watch the sun go down.”

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