Fiji’s Most Family-Friendly Resorts
If you’re dreaming of family fun in the sun, it probably looks a little something like Fiji. The islands of the South Pacific are ideal for a family getaway thanks to the array of family-friendly resorts. The resorts strike the perfect balance of giving mum and dad a well-deserved break while keeping the kids entertained and educated with the fantastic kids’ clubs available. There will also be plenty to do together as a family, between the array of water, land and cultural activities available for families and the memorable resort bures (Fijian bungalows) you’ll be staying in. So take a look at some of our favourite family resorts in Fiji and start planning a trip to remember.
For more advice on organising a family getaway, check out The Travel Guide to Fiji for Families. Plus, you might also like the 5 Resorts in Fiji Where Kids Eat for Free.
1. Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
Kids are at the centre of a holiday at the Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on the mainland’s Coral Coast. Kids across all age groups will be with others their own age thanks to the various kid’s clubs, while families can reconvene in their choice of room, from the stylish and contemporary Ocean View rooms to the spacious Plantation Family Bure. At the end of a day adventuring or relaxing, sit down for a family meal at the resort’s beachfront restaurant where kids eat free! For more resorts nearby, check out the 10 Best Family Resorts on the Coral Coast.
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- Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on Booking.com
- Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on Trip.com
- Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on Expedia
2. Plantation Island Resort
We don’t know if this resort is more fun for the kids or the parents, but one thing is for certain: there’s a place for everyone at the Plantation Island Resort. Located on Malolo Lailai Island in the Mamanucas, the resort boasts an action-packed kids’ club, a teens’ club, a children’s creche, an activity centre, childminding and nanny services, as well as a waterpark and outdoor playgrounds! Needless to say, the kids will have a holiday to remember and you’ll kind of like it too. See more options in this island group in the 10 Best Family Resorts in the Mamanuca Islands.
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- Plantation Island Resort on Booking.com
- Plantation Island Resort on Trip.com
- Plantation Island Resort on Expedia
3. Koro Sun Resort
A resort that puts kids first, Koro Sun Resort might be a little more of a mission to get to on the lesser-visited island of Vanua Levu, but once there, they make your family holiday easy. There are plenty of ways to reconnect as a family, whether it’s through a waterfall expedition, a family snorkelling trip or exploring the reefs by kayak. On the other hand, for those moments that you want to get some of that well-deserved “Fiji time“, Koro Sun will whisk your kids away to the fun and educational Jungle Kids Club! Check out more options on this island in the 10 Best Family Resorts on Vanua Levu.
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4. Blue Lagoon Beach Resort
Book yourself into one of the spacious family villas of the Blue Lagoon Beach Resort for a fantastic family holiday in the Yasawa Islands. The resort’s villas have separate rooms for the kids so everyone can enjoy their own space in between enjoying the extensive list of family-friendly activities including fishing, snorkelling and cultural experiences. Children over three years old also get complimentary access to the Green Gecko’s Kids Club. Find out more about this resort and others in the 10 Best Family Resorts in the Yasawa Islands and the 10 Best Snorkelling Resorts in Fiji.
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5. Nanuku Auberge Resort
Located on the waterfront of the mainland’s Pacific Harbour, the five-star Nanuku Auberge Resort has the best set-up for children and family holidays in this area. While many of the family-friendly activities pick up from the resort, when you need some family downtime, Nanuku will deliver. Kids have the privilege of joining the Lailai Children’s Club with plenty of stimulating beach and cultural activities, while nannies are also available to look after little ones aged six years and under. Learn more about the resort and more in the 8 Best Family Resorts on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa.
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- Nanuku Auberge Resort on Booking.com
- Nanuku Auberge Resort on Trip.com
- Nanuku Auberge Resort on Expedia
6. Radisson Blu Fiji Resort
From the child services to the pool designs, everything at the Radisson Blu Fiji Resort in Denarau has been thought of to ensure you and your family have an unforgettable holiday in Fiji. The Blu Banana Kids Club caters to two groups: ages 4-7 and 8-12, while the Roroqo Club is for ages 1-3. Kids will love the Fijian games, crafts and sunset torch-lighting ceremony with the Fijian warriors. For family time, you’ll undoubtedly spend it at the family pool with an awesome waterslide. See more like this in the 8 Best Family Resorts in Denarau.
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- Radisson Blu Resort Fiji on Booking.com
- Radisson Blu Resort Fiji on Trip.com
- Radisson Blu Resort Fiji on Expedia
7. Tides Reach Resort
Offering a wide range of family activities and nanny service, Tides Reach Resort on the remote island of Taveuni is well worth considering for a family getaway. By being just a short drive from the island’s airport, the resort allows you and your family to transition into holiday mode quickly. Their beachfront villas sleep up to four guests across two bedrooms, allowing plenty of room for the whole family. You’ll have beach access mere steps away from a private deck that you’ll be able to enjoy with the complimentary kayaks, paddleboards and snorkelling gear. Check out more options nearby in the 10 Best Family Resorts on Taveuni.
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8. Castaway Island Resort
One of the top family resorts in the Mamanucas, the Castaway Island Resort is set on its own private island. Stay in a fabulous Family Beach Bure with three interconnecting bedrooms and two bathrooms in between spending family time at the Nuku family pool. The resort also has a kids’ club, as well as a wealth of activities for mum and dad. The complimentary kids’ club has daily adventures and educational games all with a Fijian flare. Babysitters are also available for a small fee.
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- Castaway Island Resort on Booking.com
- Castaway Island Resort on Trip.com
- Castaway Island Resort on Expedia
9. First Landing Beach Resort
For an easy Fiji getaway that’s a short drive from the airport and kinder on the wallet, choose the First Landing Beach Resort. The resort is a haven for a family getaway with the Nalamu Kids Club available to entertain your kids with Fijian fun and games. The waterfront resort has a range of bures, apartments and even private villas with their own pool to cater to families of all sizes, tastes and budgets. First Landing also provides babysitting services available for a fee. Check out more options in the 10 Best Family Resorts in Nadi.
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- First Landing Beach Resort on Booking.com
- First Landing Beach Resort on Trip.com
- First Landing Beach Resort on Expedia
10. Kokomo Private Island Fiji
For a truly off-the-beaten-track family getaway yet still wrapped in luxury, choose Kokomo Private Island. The resort in the Kadavu island group has a wealth of activities suitable for kids, from towable watersports to a kids’ and teens’ club. Each of the 21 Beachfront Villas and five Luxury Residences have their own private pool and garden for the whole family to enjoy. Adventures on the island include scuba diving, snorkelling, fishing, spa, waterfall tours, yoga, farm tours and much more! If you like the sound of Kadavu, check out some of the more laidback family accommodations there in the 8 Best Family Resorts on Kadavu.
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- Kokomo Private Island on Booking.com
- Kokomo Private Island on Trip.com
- Kokomo Private Island on Expedia
11. Toberua Island Resort
Make your family getaway to the Lomaiviti Islands as easy as can be by staying at the Toberua Island Resort. This private island resort boasts luxurious bures, most of which have a king bed and two single beds. Extended family getaways are made comfortable in the Lagilagi Villa sleeping up to four adults and six children. After making your way to Suva or Nausori Airport, the team will transfer your straight to the resort where you can transition into your own version of “Fiji time“, whether that’s snorkelling, playing kids games or relaxing by the pool. Babysitting services are also available.
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- Toberua Island Resort on Booking.com
- Toberua Island Resort on Trip.com
- Toberua Island Resort on Expedia
12. Fiji Hideaway Resort & Spa
Kids stay (using existing bedding), play (at the kid’s clubs) and eat for free at the Fiji Hideaway Resort! They will love the playground and Hermit Crab Kids Club, while mum and dad can relax at the Day Spa Village, go surfing or scuba diving on the Coral Coast. Nights are filled with entertainment for all the family with quizzes to get the whole family to work together, as well as Fijian cultural nights and shows. After all that, kick back in the family-friendly Frangipani Bure, Ocean View Bure and Two Bedroom Bure.
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13. Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay
This luxury resort on the edge of a blue lagoon, teetering on the edge of Nadi and the Coral Coast, is a place where both you and your kids will have a hard time leaving. The Turtles Kids’ Club has both indoor and outdoor play areas with a children’s play park, as well as scheduled activities to engage in the Fijian culture. The contemporary family bures overlooking the lagoon are the perfect place to relax and enjoy some quality family time together.
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- Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay on Booking.com
- Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay on Trip.com
- Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay on Expedia
14. VOMO Island Resort
Escape to VOMO Island Resort on the edge of the Mamanuca Islands. Relax with a spa treatment, scuba dive or an island walk while the kids get to experience their own holiday at the VOMO Island Kids Village. Lovingly dubbed “Little Islanders”, VOMO’s smaller guests over four years have access to a village of high-quality play equipment, as well as an action-packed kids’ club itinerary. Children under three will need to be accompanied by a parent. Scuba diving for 8 years+ and even children’s spa treatments are available at this luxury private island resort.
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15. Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa
The luxurious Sofitel Fiji Resort on Denarau Island offers endless fun for children with a kids club for 3-6-year-olds and 6-12-year-olds, as well as indoor and outdoor playgrounds. Rooms come with two queen-sized beds for families and connecting rooms are available for a larger tribe or if you want some privacy. Kids will love spending time at the children’s pool complete with a waterslide. Or if the weather isn’t playing ball, then the resort has video games for kids to enjoy.
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- Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa on Booking.com
- Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa on Trip.com
- Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa on Expedia
16. Gecko’s Resort
For something more affordable in Fiji but still not lacking in fun or luxury, try Gecko’s Resort. Families can stay in the Interconnecting Studio Units in-between days of splashing in the pool, enjoying Polynesian dance and fire shows, getting the little one’s hair braided, going for a bike ride, playing volleyball and so much more! With only 28 rooms, the resort feels in complete contrast to the larger resorts in the surrounding Coral Coast area.
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17. Treasure Island Resort
Surrounded by a marine sanctuary, Treasure Island Resort is the perfect retreat for families in the Mamanuca Islands who want to get out on the water. Kids will learn all about it in the fantastic kids’ club famous for its turtle breeding program. Kids will also immerse themselves in village life with Fijian games, as well as learn how to snorkel. Family time will not be forgotten thanks to the beach volleyball court, crab racing, fish feeding, kava ceremonies, mini putt, Hobie cat sailing and many more family-friendly activities.
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18. Octopus Resort
Hair braiding, face painting, crab and treasure hunts, snorkelling adventures, coconut husking… The kids could be getting up to all this and more at the Octopus Resort. Their fantastic kids’ club gives parents a chance to reconnect while the kids mingle with others their own age and the friendly resort staff. As well as the usual relaxation and massages many resorts offer in Fiji, Octopus Resort has a big emphasis on culture being a resort close to Fijian villages in the Yasawa Islands. Watch cultural performances, engage in sulu (sarong) tying, island-hopping, rugby games, village visits, weaving demonstrations and much more to educate the little ones.
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19. InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa
Finally, the InterContinental Fiji Resort is one of the largest in Fiji, offering something special for families. Spread across the stunning white sands of Natadola Beach on the Coral Coast, each room has a large outdoor living space as well as Cleopatra baths. But what about the kids? Treat them (and yourselves) to the Planet Trekkers Kids Club while you have access to a wealth of indulgent experiences, from the day spa to the golf course.
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- InterContinental Fiji Resort & Spa on Booking.com
- InterContinental Fiji Resort & Spa on Trip.com
- InterContinental Fiji Resort & Spa on Expedia
20. Wananavu Beach Resort
Although on Fiji’s main island, the Wananavu Beach Resort on the Suncoast feels a world away. The resort offers a good selection of accommodations appropriate for families, including the Two Bedroom Garden View Bure, Beachfront Bure and Family Villa, all complete with a master bedroom and a bedroom with two single beds. The resort prides itself on a range of family-friendly activities you can all do together, such as dolphin watching, snorkelling and an excursion to a Fijian village and waterfall slide. Check out more like this in the 10 Best Family Resorts on the Suncoast.
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More Family Resorts in Fiji
That’s it for the best family resorts in Fiji. See how they compare to The Top 50 Resorts in Fiji, as well as these alternatives:
- 10 Best Family Accommodations in Suva
- 9 Best Family Resorts in the Lomaiviti Islands
- 8 Best Family Resorts on Kadavu
Finally, get even more tips in The Complete Travel Guide to Fiji for Families and 10 Things to Do in Fiji with Kids.