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8 Best Family Resorts on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa

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The Best Family-friendly Accommodation on the Pacific Harbour and Beqa

Family time should be more than just about sitting by the pool. On the Pacific Harbour of Fiji, there are plenty of activities to keep your family active and spending quality time together. But where should you base yourself during your family vacation on the Pacific Harbour? In this list of family resorts on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa, we give you the most family-friendly accommodation there is!

While there are only really five resorts suitable for families on the Pacific Harbour, we have been sure to mention a few types of accommodation so you are aware of all your options.

For more information on family holidays on the Pacific Harbour, take a look at our Guide to the Pacific Harbour & Beqa for Families. Plus, you might want to check out 5 Ways to Get to the Pacific Harbour.

1. Nanuku Auberge Resort

Located on the waterfront, the Nanuku Auberge Resort has the best set-up for children and family holidays on the Pacific Harbour. While many of the family-friendly activities pick up from the resort, when you need some family downtime, Nanuku will deliver. Kids have the privilege of joining the Lailai Children’s Club with plenty of stimulating beach and cultural activities throughout the day. Nannies are also available to look after the little ones aged six years and under.

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2. Beqa Lagoon Resort

For your ultimate Fiji island escape, set your sights on Beqa Island and the Beqa Lagoon Resort! The island is famous for its local culture, as well as its proximity to the top snorkelling and scuba diving location of the Beqa Lagoon. The Beqa Lagoon Resort caters to families with their family suites, consisting of a living room and two bedrooms. They also have babysitters available, as well as cribs if you book it in advance.

Check Beqa Lagoon Resort out:
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3. The Uprising Beach Resort

A stunning beachside resort, The Uprising Beach Resort boasts itself as child-friendly with plenty of in-resort activities to please the whole family: snorkelling, kayaking, cultural shows, waterfall tours, beach volleyball and much more. The bures provide a more affordable resort-style accommodation on the Pacific Harbour for families, containing one king bed and either a twin or sofa bed for the little ones. Take a look at 12 Sensational Things to Do in the Pacific Harbour & Beqa for more activities you could be doing from here.

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4. Club Oceanus Resort

A family of four will feel right at home at the Club Oceanus Resort along the Navua River. The budget resort provides plenty of space in their triple rooms (three twin beds), which include a private bathroom, patio, refrigerator and kettle. The rooms have views of the river, garden and the resort’s pool, where the kids are sure to have a blast.

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5. ULTIQA Fiji Palms Resort

For the self-catering family, consider booking an apartment at the ULTIQA Fiji Palms Resort. There are two different styles of apartments to choose from, each modernly designed and have its  own balcony or patio. The two-bedroom apartments sleep up to six people, have fully-equipped kitchens and large flatscreen TVs. Babysitters are available to book if you and your partner are looking for some relaxation time at the spa, for example. Otherwise, the pool, Club Bar and barbecue area are all great places to enjoy some family togetherness.

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6. Tsulu Backpackers & Apartments

The bright and colourful interior of the Tsulu Backpackers & Apartments is sure to excite any young kids staying there. The budget accommodation in the centre of the Pacific Harbour has one of the best swimming pools for kids with a slide and a giant tiki head. It’s also situated at the Arts Village, which has regular cultural performances and poolside shows. The most appropriate rooms at Tsulu for families are their apartments with a private lounge, kitchen and bathroom. Alternatively, you can book a private room in an apartment and share the lounge, kitchen and bathroom with other travellers. For more ways to save money in Fiji, take a look at 17 Ways to Save Money When Travelling in Fiji.

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7. Lawaki Beach House

For an adventurous island getaway, check out the boutique accommodation of the Lawaki Beach House. The accommodation sits on the southwestern side of Beqa Island and has a family bure/dormitory with six bunks that can be booked out for the whole family. You’ll feel well looked after here, with meals included in the rates and children paying 15% less.

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8. Golden Palms Retreat Villa

For your own private villa on the Pacific Harbour, check out the Golden Palms Retreat Villa. The five-bedroom villa is ideal for large families or multiple families travelling together and want to enjoy their own space. Although the villa is a bit dated, the private pool and self-catering facilities more than make up for it for families wanting the ultimate convenience for a self-catering holiday.

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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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