The Resorts in Fiji with the Best Kids’ Clubs
Choosing a Fiji resort with a kids’ club gives something fun and educational for the kids to do while mum and dad jump on the scuba diving trip they’ve always dreamed of (or simply to have a well-deserved rest). Fiji is renowned for its kids’ clubs, mainly due to the local Fijians where adoring children is part of their culture. So choose a resort with an incredible children’s program with this list of the best kids’ clubs in Fiji.
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1. Castaway Kids’ Club – Castaway Island Resort
Children aged three and over will have a blast at Castaway Island Resort’s very own Castaway Kids’ Club on a private island in the Mamanucas! The daily kids’ club offers an array of adventures and educational games, each revolving around the Fijian culture, as well as getting the kids active (they’ll certainly sleep well). Child guests of the Castaway Island Resort receive free access to the kids’ club, available from 9am-4pm and 5:30pm-10pm. Check out more resorts in the Mamanucas with amazing kids’ clubs in the 7 Best Kids’ Clubs in the Mamanuca Islands.
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2. Blu Banana Kids’ Club – Radisson Blu Fiji Resort
The excitement starts on arrival to the Radisson Blu Fiji Resort in Denarau where kids receive a personalised welcome from a Fijian warrior. At the kids’ check-in desk, they’ll receive a passport full of puzzles and games to keep them busy, but that’s just the start. Throughout your stay, kids are welcome to join in the activities of the Blu Banana Kids’ Club. Whether it’s playing Fijian games or partaking in a torch-lighting ceremony with a Fijian warrior at sunset, the little ones are bound to have a blast. Check out more popular kids’ clubs in the area in the 5 Best Kids’ Clubs in Denarau.
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3. Little Riggers – Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
The Outrigger Fiji Resort has earned itself a reputation for fun family holidays in Fiji partly thanks to its kids and teens activity programs. The complimentary Little Riggers club for 3-7 years and Beach Riggers club for 8-12 years starts at 9am each day boasting a full-day itinerary. Kids will get stuck into treasure hunts, coconut throwing, spear throwing, fish feeding and more. The resort also has a Teens’ Club for guests aged 13+, which includes activities like spear-making, guided hikes and a student exchange trip to a Fijian high school. Check out more popular kids’ clubs nearby in the 7 Best Kids’ Clubs on the Coral Coast.
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4. Little Treasures – Treasure Island Resort
Kids connect with nature at the Little Treasures kids’ club of the Treasure Island Resort. Your children will be taken on educational trips around the island to see turtles and iguanas, as well as help with exciting conservation programs. The kids’ club is open to children aged 4 to 11 years old, which includes a daily itinerary of cultural games and active adventures. The kids’ club is available 9.30am-12pm, 2pm-4pm and 6.30pm-9pm.
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5. Kids Village – Vomo Island Resort
A swing-bridge entrance leads to the children’s paradise of Vomo Island Resort’s Kids Village. Kids will love spending some free time here with the playground equipment, dress-up wardrobe and crafts area, as well as the diverse itinerary available seven days a week. Fish feeding, weaving, necklace-making, bonfire nights, stargazing, kids yoga, Fijian dance classes, face painting and the mini Olympics are just some of the items on the agenda at this resort in the Mamanuca Islands.
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6. Jungle Kids’ Club – Koro Sun Resort
Guests at the Koro Sun Resort receive complimentary use of the Jungle Kids’ Club! The Jungle Kids’ Club offers a personalised Bula Buddy service where children aged four to 12 are assigned to their own “buddy” or childminder who looks after no more than two to three children. They’ll take your little ones on daily adventures, including rainforest walks, tidal pool exploration, snorkelling trips (for seven years and over) and to do a variety of Fijian arts and crafts. This resort is located in Vanua Levu, which you can learn more about in the 10 Best Family Resorts on Vanua Levu.
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7. Lailai Children’s Club – Nanuku Auberge Resort
For parents who want to take part in the Pacific Harbour’s adventure activities, the Lailai Children’s Club at the Nanuku Auberge Resort will take kids on their own adventure. Nanuku’s mantra is to keep kids active with an exciting array of kids’ adventure activities, such as canoeing, kayaking, rafting, ziplining, climbing walls and more to suit your child’s age and ability. There’s also plenty of opportunities to dive into the Fijian culture through crafting to lali drumming and singing. Learn more about this resort and others in the area in the 8 Best Family Resorts on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa.
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8. IKA Kids’ Club – Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa
Starting as early as 8am, the IKA Kids’ Club is ideal for parents wanting to get away on morning activities from Fiji’s popular Denarau Island. Leave the little ones in the capable hands of the Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa’s dedicated team of the IKA Kids’ Club. The kids’ club is a free service for guests, with activities including limbo dancing, talent shows, cupcake making, sulu (sarong) tying, balloon volleyball and the list goes on! There are a few paid-for inclusions too, such as hair braiding, henna tattoos and kids/teens spa treatments.
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9. Turtles Kids’ Club – Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay
In a resort just a short drive from Nadi yet feels a world away from anywhere, the Turtles Kids’ Club of the Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay will look after the little ones and teach them more about the Fijian culture. The kids’ club has a daily schedule from 1.30am to 12.30pm then from 2pm to 5.30pm, including two separate programs for ages 4 to 7 and 8 to 12. Some of the activities include basket weaving, coconut husking, pirate boat-making and a marine life lesson. Check out more options for resorts near Nadi in the 10 Best Family Resorts in Nadi.
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10. Green Gecko’s Kids’ Club – Blue Lagoon Beach Resort
Finally, for families heading to the Yasawa Islands, consider staying at the Blue Lagoon Beach Resort for their fantastic Green Gecko’s Kids’ Club. Available free of charge for all children aged three years and over, the kids’ club has a daily schedule of activities including baking lessons, crafting lessons, sandcastle competitions, face painting, hermit crab racing and more. Each day ends with a movie allowing the kids to wind down before bed. Check out more resorts in the Yasawas with kids’ clubs listed in the 10 Best Family Resorts in the Yasawa Islands.