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10 Best Wedding Venues on the Coral Coast

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Where to Get Married on the Coral Coast

Your special day in paradise deserves a special venue, so make sure you find this list of wedding venues on the Coral Coast of Fiji.

The Coral Coast is one of Fiji’s premium wedding destinations with its idyllic palm-fringed beaches, coral waters and luxury wedding venues. The wedding and honeymoon resorts of the Coral Coast cater to couples’ needs and wants for their big day. In terms of types of venue, say your vows with ocean views, nestled in tropical gardens or, a favourite, with your feet in the sand on the beach. Your reception venue can also be organised, with venues such as traditional ballrooms to unique restaurants on the waterfront.

While you’re here, take a look at our Wedding & Honeymoon Guide to the Coral Coast.

1. The Naviti Resort

Overflowing with natural tropical vegetation and set on the golden sands of the Coral Coast, The Naviti Resort is a stunning venue for your special day. Under the shade of palm trees, get married on Naviti’s Garden Lawn or have ever-present ocean views from the beach. Alternatively, get the best of both worlds with a perfectly polished Beachfront Lawn overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

wedding venues on the coral coast© The Naviti Resort


2. Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort

Experience tradition met with Fijian flavours at the Shangri-La’s Fiji Resort. Their Seaside Chapel designed with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the bay showers the white interior in natural light making it for a breathtaking venue to say “I do”. After the ceremony, enjoy your reception in one of the halls or ballrooms decorated to enhance your magical day. See more resorts like this in our 6 Best Luxury Resorts on the Coral Coast.

best weddign venues coral coast© Shangri-La's Fijian Resort & Spa


3. The View Fiji

For an intimate wedding, choose the adult-only boutique resort of The View Fiji. As one of their very few exclusive guests (there are only four villas!), you’ll get your own wedding coordinator to plan your big day on the sand beautifully decorated with tropical floral arrangements. Check out more resorts like this in our 6 Adult-Only Resorts on the Coral Coast.

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4. Tambua Sands Beach Resort

If you’re planning to bring your whole clan along with you for your special day, consider hiring out the entire resort of the Tambua Sands Beach Resort. The beachfront resort has 25 bures (bungalows) for everyone to spend this special moment together. As for the ceremony and wedding reception, each wedding is tailored especially to the couple, so take a look around and see where in the resort suits you best.

-wedding-venues-coral-coast(c ) Tambua Sands Beach Resort


5. Wellesley Resort Fiji

This adult-only resort popular specialising in romantic holidays knows how to do romance. A barefoot beachfront wedding at sunset is a popular way for couples to say “I do” at the Wellesley Resort or swap that for a ceremony on the pool deck overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The resort offers a number of package and menus to pick and choose from until you select the perfect equation.

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6. Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

At the luxury five-star Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort, the bride and groom have the option to keep things tropical with a casual beach wedding, reflect the beauty of the gardens in their beachside garden, or mix traditions with a Fijian twist in the Outrigger’s very own wedding chapel. Reception venues include a restaurant and poolside option, the Palm View Terrace (with guaranteed shelter should you want some shade or in case the weather doesn’t play ball), beachfront views at the Reef Lagoon Lawn, or a traditional ballroom.

wedding venues on the coral coast© Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort


7. InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

Natadola Bay and its far-stretching beach are often said to be one of the best beaches on Fiji’s mainland. It too can be your wedding and reception venue when getting married at the InterContinental Fiji Resort. Should you want to remain indoors for the reception, there’s also the sophisticated Navo Restaurant overlooking a lagoon and Navo Island. Couples also have the option to get married in the “Loloma” wedding pavilion which has a live video feed for friends and family to watch back home.

wedding venues coral coast© InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa


8. Mango Bay Resort

Mango Bay Resort is all about being in harmony with nature, which seeps into their wedding venue too on a white sandy beach lined with lush tropical forest. Your beach wedding venue will be decorated with tropical flowers, palms and ferns adding vibrancy to your special day. The resort also offers a wedding package too, so planning will be as easy as an ocean breeze. See more resorts like this in our 9 Best Budget Accommodation on the Coral Coast.

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9. The Warwick Fiji

The choice is yours at The Warwick Fiji. Choose between a ceremony venue on their Navau Deck overlooking the vibrant blue Pacific waters, having the sand between your toes on the beach, or walking down the aisle on a manicured lawn decorated with tropical flowers. As for your reception, why not choose the lush tropical gardens, the Wicked Walu sand floor restaurant or an air-conditioned ballroom? On top of that, The Warwick has plenty of packages to help plan your day.

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10. Crusoe’s Retreat

Crusoe’s Retreat, hidden in the far east side of the Coral Coast, claims that “no two wedding ceremonies are alike”. So take a wander around with your wedding coordinator to find the perfect venue, whether it’s in the picturesque gardens, on a hillside overlooking the reefs of a turquoise lagoon, or the beach. The resort also offers a customisable wedding package.

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Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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