Mamanuca Islands’ Kids’ Clubs
The island resorts of the Mamanucas really know how to make a family holiday in Fiji a breeze. Many of the family-friendly resorts on the Mamanucas offer kids’ clubs – a fun way for your children to immerse in the Fijian culture, learn about the natural environment, and socialise with kids their own age. Meanwhile, mum and dad get some breathing time to indulge in some of the many Mamanuca Island must-dos! So check out this list of kids’ clubs in the Mamanuca Islands to see which is the best experience is the best one for your little ones.
Note that some kids’ clubs are complimentary, while others have a fee to pay per child. Additionally, all the resorts listed below offer a babysitting service at cost.
While you’re here, don’t miss our Guide to the Mamanuca Island for Families, as well as our 10 Things to Do in the Mamanuca Islands with Kids.
1. Little Treasures – Treasure Island Resort
Get your kids connected with nature at the Little Treasures kids’ club at the Treasure Island Resort. Your children will be taken on educational trips around the island seeing turtles and iguanas, as well as help with the conservation program. Children aged four years+ can enjoy the daily itinerary of cultural games and active adventures, open 9.30am-12pm, 2pm-4pm and 6.30pm-9pm. Check out this video about conservation activities 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
2. Tia’s Treehouse – Malolo Island Resort
Children can “live like a local” for up to a week at the fantastic and educational kids’ club of Malolo Island Resort. Each day has a fabulous theme such as Marine Environment Day teaching kids about coral reef care and Coconut Tree Day teaching kids to husk coconuts. Fijian food, arts and crafts are all part of the action-packed itinerary.
Check Malolo Island Resort out:
- Malolo Island Resort on Booking.com
- Malolo Island Resort on Trip.com
- Malolo Island Resort on Expedia
3. Kids Village – VOMO Island Resort
A swing-bridge entrance leads to the children’s paradise of VOMO Island’s Kids Village. Apart from the playground equipment, dress-up wardrobe and crafts area, kids have access to a diverse itinerary 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 activities your kids can get stuck into.
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4. Coconut Kids Club – Plantation Island Resort
A family oasis awaits at the Plantation Island Resort with more child-friendly activities than you’ll have time to do, as well as two amazing kids’ clubs for two different age groups. The Coconut Kids’ Club will keep the little ones busy from 10:30am to 8:30pm with coconut boat-making, talent shows, T-shirt tie-dying, toy weaving, movie time and much more! The Lairo Teens’ Club is ideal for 12-16-year-olds to do alternative activities and mingle with kids their own age.
Check Plantation Island Resort out:
- Plantation Island Resort on Booking.com
- Plantation Island Resort on Trip.com
- Plantation Island Resort on Expedia
5. Castaway Kids Club – Castaway Island Resort
Children aged three and over will have a blast at the Castaway Kids’ Club with daily adventures and educational games. All activities revolve around the Fijian culture, as well as getting the kids active (they’ll certainly sleep well). The free Castaway Kids Club is available from 9am-4pm and 5:30pm-10pm.
Check Castaway Island Resort out:
- Castaway Island Resort on Booking.com
- Castaway Island Resort on Trip.com
- Castaway Island Resort on Expedia
6. LaiLai Kids Club – Sheraton Resort Tokoriki Island
The five-star Sheraton Resort gives parents the excuse for some downtime and to make use of its luxurious resort features thanks to the LaiLai Kids Club. There is a free day program and a paid night program where kids will enjoy activities such as painting, beach games, watermelon-bashing, ice cream-making and much more.
Check Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island out:
- Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island on Booking.com
- Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island on Trip.com
- Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island on Expedia
7. Mana Island Resort Kids’ Club
Kids up to 12 years old can join in on the fun and games for two hours in the morning, afternoon and evening at the Mana Island Resort. Activities on the agenda include sandcastle-making, coconut-hunting, guided snorkelling tours, crab-hunting, movies and much more. The kids’ club is also beside an outdoor playground and indoor space for games.
Check Mana Island Resort out: