5 Best Kids’ Clubs in Denarau

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Denarau Kids’ Clubs

The luxury resorts on the island of Denarau know how to make a family holiday in Fiji a breeze. The quality kids’ clubs on offer are a fun way for your children to immerse in the Fijian culture and play with kids their own age. Meanwhile, mum and dad can enjoy some much deserved alone time together, whether it’s adventuring on one of the 10 Things to Do in Denarau for Adults or just embracing “Fiji time“. So check out this list of kids’ clubs in Denarau to see which is the best experience for your little ones.

Note that some kids’ clubs are complimentary, while others have a fee to pay per child, so be sure to inquire about the latest fees. Additionally, all the resorts listed below offer a babysitting service.

While you’re here, don’t miss our Guide to Denarau for Families, as well as our 10 Things to Do in Denarau with Kids.

1. Blu Banana Kids’ Club

The excitement starts when kids receive a personalised welcome from a Fijian warrior at the Radisson Blu Resort. Kids have their own check-in desk where they’ll receive a passport full of puzzles and games to keep them busy. On top of that, the Blu Banana Kids’ Club is packed with activities each day, from playing Fijian games to learning about the Fijian culture. A highlight for the kids is the warrior torch-lighting ceremony each night at sunset.

Check Radisson Blu Resort Fiji out:
denarau kids club fiji© Radisson Blu Fiji Resort


2. IKA Kids’ Club

Starting as early as 8am, the IKA Kids’ Club is ideal for parents wanting to get away on morning activities, like scuba diving and fishing, while leaving the kids in the capable hands of the Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa’s dedicated team. The IKA Kids’ Club is a free service for guests, with activities including limbo dancing, talent shows, cupcake making, sulu (sarong) tying, balloon volleyball and much more! There are a few paid-for inclusions should you wish to give the little ones an extra treat, such as hair braiding, henna tattoos and kids/teens spa treatments.

Check Hilton Fiji Beach Resort out:
kids clubs denarau fiji© Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa


3. The Turtles Kids Club

There are kids’ clubs to suit most ages at the Sofitel Fiji Resort, with ages 0-3 years, 3-6 years and 6-12 years, so your child will always be with kids their own age. The Turtle Kids’ Club has a packed itinerary of Fijian games and crafts, as well as an indoor playground. The club is available between 9am and 9pm and a fee applies.

Check Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa out:
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4. The LaiLai Kids’ Club

Servicing the Sheraton Fiji Resort and Sheraton Villas, the LaiLai Kids’ Club is a free service for guests for children aged 4-12 years old (maximum of two children). The LaiLai Kids Club is full of activities to keep young ones entertained, such as facepainting, fish feeding, Fijian language lessons and much more! The resort also has great meal deals for kids, as well as a “kids stay and play for free” with children under 12 years staying for free if using existing bedding.

Check Sheraton Fiji Resort and Sheraton Denarau Villas out:
kids-clubs-in-denarau© Sheraton Fiji Resort


5. Wyndham Resort Denarau Island Kids’ Club

One final option for kids’ clubs in Denarau is at the Wyndham Resort. The club can be booked for kids aged five to 12 years, which offers a varying itinerary of activities depending on the weather. Attendance to the kids’ club is free and is open 9am to 12pm, 1pm to 4pm and 6pm to 9pm. For more resort options, check out our 8 Family Resorts in Denarau.

Check Wyndham Resort Denarau Island out:
kids-clubs-denarau© Wyndham Resort Denarau Island


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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