Which Resorts Offer Meal Plans in Fiji?
Keep in control of your holiday food budget by prepaying for meals at your resort. This is otherwise known as a “meal plan” which many resorts across Fiji offer either optionally or compulsorily. Compulsory meal plans are often necessary at resorts with no other dining options nearby. However, many resorts in the Mamanuca Islands, the Coral Coast and Vanua Levu give guests the option to either purchase a meal plan or pay-as-you-go. We go over the benefits of meal plans in Is it Worth Buying a Resort Meal Plan in Fiji? which is well worth checking out first to see if these deals are right for you. If you’re ready to start choosing a resort with a meal plan, however, then scroll on down to the best Fiji resorts with meal plans!
1. Plantation Island Resort
Let’s start with a resort that literally has something for everyone, even when it comes to meal plans and dining. Plantation Island Resort in the Mamanuca Islands offers one of the most affordable meal plans, including half-board and full-board plans. The resort is also considered one of the best family resorts in Fiji with a kids’ club, a waterpark, a teens’ club, a spa, a golf course, scuba diving, surfing, helicopter tours and much more.
Check Plantation Island Resort out:
- Plantation Island Resort on Booking.com
- Plantation Island Resort on Trip.com
- Plantation Island Resort on Expedia
2. Tokoriki Island Resort
When talking about luxury in the Mamanuca Islands, the multi-award-winning Tokoriki Island Resort is a good go-to. The adults-only resort offers a full-board meal plan, as well as a half-board plan which includes full breakfast, afternoon tea and a three-course dinner. In terms of accommodation, bures (bungalows) are a fusion of Fijian style with contemporary features, such as private outdoor showers surrounded by lush tropical gardens and private pools. Check out more offerings like this in the 10 Best Adult-Only Resorts in Fiji.
Check Tokoriki Island Resort out:
- Tokoriki Island Resort on Booking.com
- Tokoriki Island Resort on Trip.com
- Tokoriki Island Resort on Expedia
3. Mantaray Island Resort
Mantaray Island Resort is an example of one of the many resorts in the Yasawa Islands where meal plans are compulsory. Luckily, it is on the cheaper end of the scale when it comes to Fiji resort meal plans (around FJ$120 per adult full-board). The laidback resort is inviting to all traveller types with their luxurious Beachfront Villas, stand-alone Reef Bures, Jungle Bures, Tree House Bures and the budget Paradise Dorm. See more resorts in Fiji with compulsory meal plans here.
Check Mantaray Island Resort out:
- Mantaray Island Resort on Booking.com
- Mantaray Island Resort on Trip.com
- Mantaray Island Resort on Expedia
4. Malolo Island Resort
Stick to your dining budget at the Malolo Island Resort thanks to their optional meal plans. Not only do they have full-board plans but certain packages allow kids to eat for free – see 5 Resorts in Fiji Where Kids Eat for Free for more information. The crowd-pleasing resort in the Mamanuca Islands also features colonial-style bures offering something a little different from the traditional Fijian style seen everywhere else. Kids also have access to the fabulous Tia’s Treehouse kids’ club and teens’ lounge, while mum and dad can unwind among the forest at Leilani’s Spa.
Check Malolo Island Resort out:
- Malolo Island Resort on Booking.com
- Malolo Island Resort on Trip.com
- Malolo Island Resort on Expedia
5. Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
Go half-board (breakfast and dinner) or full-board on your meal plan at the five-star Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort. While the resort on the Coral Coast caters fantastically to couples and friendship groups with their adult-only pool and bar, their family services are particularly outstanding. The kids’ club is often praised for being one of the best kids’ clubs in Fiji, giving mum and dad time to unwind at their Bebe Spa, go scuba diving or something else. It’s also one of the resorts often offering “kids eat free” deals.
Check Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort out:
- Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on Booking.com
- Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on Trip.com
- Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on Expedia
6. Koro Sun Resort
If looking for a lavish stay on Vanua Levu, take a look at the Koro Sun Resort not only for its gorgeous floating bures and extensive activity menu but its generous meal plans. Half-board meal plans give guests the rare choice of either a three-course lunch or dinner, as well as breakfast. Of course, a full-board meal plan is also an option. When it comes to accommodation, families can make use of the fantastic kids’ club while staying in either a two-bedroom Garden Bure, Pool Bure or Three Bedroom Villa among lush rainforest. Meanwhile, couples will find the Edgewater Floating Bures a treat, providing access to the adults-only Edgewater Beach Club. See how the resort compares with others in the 10 Best Resorts in Vanua Levu.
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7. Castaway Island Resort
Not only does Castaway Island Resort offer the usual half-board and full-board meal plans to help control your spending, but they regularly have irresistible meal deals when staying a set number of nights. Past deals have included all meals included for a five nights’ stay and 50% discounts on meal plans for a five nights’ stay. All in all, keep an eye out on the Castaway Island Resort website for a good deal at this resort in the Mamanuca Islands.
Check Castaway Island Resort out:
- Castaway Island Resort on Booking.com
- Castaway Island Resort on Trip.com
- Castaway Island Resort on Expedia
8. Lomani Island Resort
Breakfasts are included in the rate of this adult-only resort in the Mamanuca Islands, so you just need to consider whether to take the three-course dinner meal plan or add the two-course lunch to your meal plan. Lomani Island Resort on Malolo Lai Lai Island is built for couples with crisply designed bures and many activity inclusions. Choose one of the free guided activities per day, such as a snorkelling tour, dolphin safari, village visit, basket weaving and sarong-tying lessons.
Check Lomani Island Resort out:
- Lomani Island Resort on Booking.com
- Lomani Island Resort on Trip.com
- Lomani Island Resort on Expedia
9. Musket Cove Island Resort & Marina
Make your holiday truly yours at Musket Cove Island Resort, especially with the optional meal plan available. There is just one meal plan, a two-course lunch and a three-course dinner, making daily dining easy. Some of the meal plans have different conditions for each restaurant, however, so be sure to inquire about conditions before making your purchase. As for accommodation, Musket Cove boasts spacious open-plan bures in the Mamanuca Islands. Compare this resort with others in the island group using the 10 Best Resorts in the Mamanuca Islands.
Check Musket Cove Island Resort out:
- Musket Cove Island Resort on Booking.com
- Musket Cove Island Resort on Trip.com
- Musket Cove Island Resort on Expedia
10. Treasure Island Resort
Half-board, full-board and all-inclusive meal plans are on offer at Treasure Island Resort in the Mamanuca Islands. Their all-inclusive package includes all meals and all drinks at selected meal times, which could be good value if you plan to treat yourself. Plus, with nightly entertainment to get you engaged in the local culture, scuba diving, surfing, jet ski safaris, towable watersports, snorkelling, island-hopping and fishing, there is never a dull moment. What’s more, the resort is one of the 10 Best Family Resorts in the Mamanuca Islands.
Check Treasure Island Resort out:
- Treasure Island Resort on Booking.com
- Treasure Island Resort on Trip.com
- Treasure Island Resort on Expedia