Top Coral Coast Kids’ Clubs
Holidaying with kids doesn’t always feel like a holiday… Until you have been to the Coral Coast of Fiji! Many of the family resorts on the Coral Coast have fantastic kids’ clubs where the little ones get to spend the day making friends, making fun Fijian souvenirs and taking part in cultural games! Meanwhile, mum and dad have time to relax at the resort spa or go on that scuba diving trip they’ve always dreamed of. Check out this list of some of the best kids’ clubs on the Coral Coast to make choosing a resort even easier…
1. Little Riggers, Beach Riggers & Teens’ Club – Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
The Outrigger Fiji Resort has earned itself an incredible reputation among holidaying families for many years now partly thanks to its fun 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 with a whole day of fun. Kids will engage in treasure hunts, coconut throwing, spear throwing, fish feeding and more, while at the Teens’ Club, guests aged 13+ can take part in spear-making, guided hikes and a student exchange trip to a Fijian high school. This resort also features on our 6 Best Luxury Resorts on the Coral Coast.
2. Ratu & Adi Vonu Kids Club – The Naviti Resort
The free kids club for 5-8 years and 9-12 years at The Naviti Resort is packed with adventures suitable for your kid’s age group. In the morning, feed “Lulu” the donkey, do a Fijian cooking demonstration then an underwater treasure hunt before parents pick the kids up for lunch, for example. After lunch, the littlies might do some traditional arts and crafts, have some play time, watch a movie then do some Fijian dances and chants. Kids clubs take place from 10am to 10pm each day.
3. Planet Trekkers Kids Club & Teen Trekkers – InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa
Young guests staying at the InterContinental Fiji Resort get to stay with kids their own age with the two distinct age-group kids’ club, ages 4-7 and 8-12 years. Children under four can attend with a resort nanny. While the kids’ club is not complimentary, as is the case with other resorts on the Coral Coast, kids are still sure to have a blast with Fijian weaving, song, dance cupcake decorating and their own talent shows. The facility also has a jungle gym, a mini climbing wall, and a marine room. Teens activities can also be organised through “Teen Trekkers” with beach sports and other active activities. Meanwhile, mum and dad can make use of the many amazing activities here for couples, check them out in our 10 Romantic Activities on the Coral Coast for Couples.
4. Lase Kids Club – The Warwick Resort
Treat the kids to a day of beach games, coconut hunting competitions, sack races, paper dancing contests and much more at the seriously fun Lase Kids’ Club of The Warwick Resort. The free club is available from 9am to 9pm each day with breaks for lunch and dinner. The Lase Club is for children ages 3-8 years, while the 9-12 years age group is looked after by the Beach Office.
5. Hermit Crab Kids – Fiji Hideaway Resort & Spa
Kids stay, play and eat for free at the Fiji Hideaway Resort! Included in that is the Hermit Kids Club offering a range of cultural activities. Think hand-line fishing, hermit crab catching, snorkelling lessons, coconut weaving, traditional beach picnics and the list goes on and on! Kids also have access to an exciting playground under the shade of a thatched bure.
6. Little Chief’s Club – Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa
Another fun and free kids club, the Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort’s Little Chief’s Club is not to be missed! Split into two age groups, the kid’s activities take place in various locations around the resort and beach. They’ll enjoy coconut boat races, tug of war competitions, fish feeding, pottery making and more while ending the day with a movie until late.
7. Kasi Kasi Kids Club – Robinson Crusoe Island Resort
Your island escape on the Coral Coast is made all the more relaxing thanks to the Kasi Kasi Kids Club at the Robinson Crusoe Island Resort. Kids get to be involved with a wealth of Fijian arts, crafts, and games.