Find Fiji Resorts That Suit You
Holidaying at the Fiji resorts is a great way to relax and have a true break. They are a feature of the country with many lined up and down the coastline and on the different Islands, so you won’t have a problem selecting the right one as there is plenty of choice.
Depending what you want to get from your holiday will depend where you choose to stay. Do you have a young family and want to be able to have a bit of quality time with your spouse? Then selecting one with a Kids Club is a must. Are you on your honeymoon and want to enjoy this special time together? You might want to select an up market resort that caters more towards adults with day spas, tranquil grounds and beautiful beaches that you can walk along watching the sunset. Whatever your needs I am sure you will find the right place and have a fantastic holiday.
Musket Cove Resort, Malolo Lailai Island
When selecting the best place to stay there are other things to take into consideration. One of the main things is to ask what is included in the package – is it your accommodation only, your accommodation including breakfast or is it an all inclusive package including accommodation, all meals and some drinks. Some of the Fiji resorts may seem like they are offering a great deal but when you compare them to others that are all inclusive it may not be so good, you need to compare apples with apples.
Another important thing to ask is what activities are included in the deal. Most of the Fiji resorts normally have complimentary, kayaks and wind surfers you can use and most include daily snorkelling trips for free but some do charge for this activity. Most have other activities such as scuba diving, water skiing, deep sea fishing and Island hopping which are available but these normally always are an additional charge. It is also important to ask what other facilities the resort has. Normally all resorts are focused around beautiful large swimming pools but some also have tennis courts, golf courses, volleyball and ping pong facilities, a number of restaurants, bars and some even have a shop including basic grocery items which is handy to know in case you want to pass on a full lunch and just have a light snack.
The Kids Club is a great place for your children to mix with other children and have a great time. They have all sorts of activities from, making sandcastles, to painting tee shirts, playing games and having fun competitions. You don’t have to worry about a thing, they are normally taken away in the morning and don’t return until the late afternoon all excited to tell you about what they have been up to. The wonderful Fijian ladies adore children so they are always well looked after.
If you are on a budget I would suggest that you pay for any additional charges in cash. Doing it this way you can keep an eye on what you are spending each day and how your budget is going. At resorts it is very easy to put drinks, food, activities, gifts and everything on your room tab making it easy to clock up an account that will nearly make you pass out at the end of your stay. If you do it this way you can also keep an eye on how much money you are drinking – cocktails, which are so easy to drink, normally cost around F$15, a glass of wine anywhere from F$6-12, and beer is around F$4-7 so you can see this is where your telly can start to add up.
Most larger resorts have a couple of restaurants to choose from, each in different price brackets. Some might have theme nights such as a traditional Fijian Lovo, Curry Night or a Pig on the Spit theme giving you even greater eating options. Just be aware that some Fiji resorts are very isolated and if this is the case it would be good to select a resort with a couple of different restaurants so you have plenty of selection during your stay.
It is also a great idea to keep an eye out on the daily activity board during your stay. Different activities can include snorkelling trips, fish feeding, glass bottom boat viewing, aqua aerobics, yoga, turtle feeding, a traditional Meke night, local village trips, coconut demonstrations and crab racing - you can bid on a crab and wait....wait....wait and see if it wins the race don't miss this hilarious event. The nice thing is you can take part in as much or little as you please.
Whatever your desire for your holiday is I am sure you will love the Fiji resorts. They are a fun, friendly environment and everybody is there for the same reason and that is to have a wonderful time.
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