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Mamanuca, Fiji
Mamanuca, Fiji

Family Friendly Resorts in the Mamanuca Islands

Fiji's family holiday hotspot. Accessible from Port Denarau or Nadi Airport, boasting white sand beaches, diverse marine life, and family-friendly resorts. Enjoy calm waters for snorkeling, diving, and more. Resorts cater to all with kids clubs and luxurious amenities.

Mamanuca Family Friendly Resorts

Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island, Fiji

Sheraton Resort & Spa: Family Fun in Paradise

Tokoriki is the northernmost island in the Mamanuca Islands and Sheraton Resort & Spa sits on the island’s  southwestern flank. The resort straddles  a white sand beach lined with palm trees and is bookended by rocky headlands. Fringing coral reef surrounds the island and walking tracks connect Sheraton with sweeping beaches on the east coast. Family-friendly activities include mini golf, tennis and table tennis, swimming, snorkelling, sailing  or paddle boarding. There are also cultural activities like visiting a local village or enjoying a Meke (Fijian dance) performance along with Lovo feasts and kava ceremonies. 

Two bedroom family rooms can sleep up to four people or interconnecting rooms also suit families if separate rooms are your thing.  LaLlai Kids Club (4 to 12 yrs) is complimentary during the day with an additional charge in the evening which includes dinner and activities to keep kids entertained while you’re dining with your loved one. Youngsters under four are welcome but must be accompanied by a babysitter (fees apply). Fun-filled supervised activities include Fijian cultural traditions, beach games, face painting, watermelon- bashing (don’t ask – it’s gonna get messy) and ice-cream making for starters. 
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Plantation Island Resort

Plantation Island Resort

Plantation Island Resort: Family Paradise Awaits

Families checking into Plantation Island Resort will find everything your family needs within easy reach. Along with three swimming pools (one with a water slide), six restaurants and a guest laundry, there’s a handful of galleries and shops for essential supplies, spa salon, tennis, volleyball and netball courts and an inflatable water park anda medical centre.. Package deals are good value for families with free inclusions such as kids meals (under 12 yrs), free ferry transfers to/from Port Denarau Marina and activities such as kayaks, sailing catamarans , basket weaving and Fijian cooking lessons to name a few. 

Interconnecting Bures are best for families who hire a nanny to sleep over, with adults in one bure and kids and nanny in the other. Or if you don’t need the nanny, Studio Bures can sleep up to five people.  Other family-friendly options include hotel-style rooms which can accommodate up to five. Interconnecting rooms are available if you prefer to spread out. 

Coconut Kids Club (complimentary) is entertainment central for kids aged 4yrs to 11yrs with its jumping castle, colourful ball play pit and an ever-changing program of games and activities designed to keep kids active and engaged. Youngsters under four require a nanny (fees apply) or parent to accompany. Two outdoor playgrounds are separated for ages up to 5yrs and 6 – 11yrs. Teenagers are well catered for at the Lairo Club with  supervised games and the opportunity to meet other similarly-aged teens.  
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Six Senses Fiji

Solar-Powered Luxury: Six Senses Fiji's Family-Friendly Haven

Solar powered Six Senses Fiji Resort graces the shoreline of an intimate cove on Malolo Island rimmed by white sand and turquoise waters. A coral rejuvenation program has created a coral reef to lure snorkelers while there’s an array of other watersports like paddleboarding, kayaking, surfing and scuba diving, to keep water lovers happy. 

Families will adore the thatchroof one and two-bedroom suites with their swimming pools and outdoor bathroom with bathtub. Turn up the luxe level in a three, four or a massive 533sqm five-bedroom residence, each with fully equipped kitchen, swimming pool and complimentary nanny service. 

Family-friendly experiences and (complimentary) Kokosi Kids Club (ages 4 to 12yrs)  come under their Grow with Six Senses program which aims to connect kids with nature and local culture while igniting their curiosity. Kids get their passports stamped each time they participate in an ever-changing program of activities, such as Zumba dance, weaving, pizza cooking and solar oven making classes. 
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Malolo Island Resort

Malolo Island Resort: A Tropical Haven for Families

Malolo Island Resort has long been a family favourite with its Colonial Fijian architecture shaded by tropical gardens that line a beautiful white sand beach washed by an aquamarine sea. Fijian-owned, it’s the kind of place where families (couples too) are welcomed ashore as though the island is their own home. Two-bedroom Family Bures are nestled amongst lush beachside gardens and can accommodate up to seven people, each with two king beds and daybeds which convert to singles. Large outdoor spaces spill onto lawns shaded by palm trees – perfect for energetic kids to expel some energy. 

Tia’s Treehouse (complimentary) Kids Club (ages 4 to 12yrs), with its outdoor playground shaded by an ancient mango tree, is at the heart of Malolo Island Resort. An activity program aims to both educate and entertain in a fun way with a focus on the environment and local Fijian culture. For older ‘tweenagers’ (9to 17yrs) the Khail’s Club Lounge is a casual place to hang out with bean bags, free wifi, TV, boardgames and books along with a karaoke machine and dance floor. 
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Mana Island Resort & Spa - Fiji

Mana Island Resort & Spa - Fiji

Mana Island Resort: A Water Baby's Paradise

Mana Island Resort straddles much of a peanut shaped island surrounded by fringing coral reef of a sheltered lagoon in the heart of the Mananuca Islands. The aqua waters and white sand beaches that rim the lagoon make Mana a paradise for water babies. Swim, sail, snorkel, dive and beachcomb all within a few steps of your accommodation. Two-level Oceanfront Suites are great for larger families who want to spread out yet still be in one space, while Island and Ocean Bures have interconnecting options.  

There’s a small boutique to pick up essentials, a coin-operated laundry, water sports centre with snorkel gear and paddle boards along with a daily program of fun-filled activities. 

Tu Vonu Kids Club (3-12yrs) has both indoor and outdoor play areas and an activity program that runs until 9pm each evening. While the kids are watching a movie or tracking down hermit crabs for fun-filled races you can linger over a romantic dinner, relax with a spa treatment or perhaps a game of tennis. The whole family might enjoy a boat trip to nearby Monuriki Island, where the film Castaway was filmed featuring Tom Hanks and his soccer ball buddy named Wilson. 
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Vomo Island Fiji

Vomo Island Resort: A Haven for Multi-Generational Families

Fijian culture is underpinned by family and community and this family-friendly ethos is adopted by VOMO with its welcoming village-like vibe making it a firm favourite with multi-generational families. 

There’s an extraordinary array of accommodation options from two to ten (or more) people.  Beachfront Retreats, three, four and five bedroom villas and the Royal three Bedroom Private Residence can all accommodate families of five or more while smaller Villas are best for smaller family groups.  

Vomo Kids Village (complimentary) is like a mini resort just for youngsters (3 to 12yrs), who are known as ‘Little Islanders’ once they’re enrolled. There’s a fun suspension bridge connecting the village to the rest of the resort, an indoor playroom with dress up wardrobe, craft tables and a library. Outdoors there’s an undercover playground with cubby house, climbing frames and a dining deck for dinner with its very own Kids Menu and dedicated chef. A video channel screens exclusive kid-friendly content.. Baby Butlers (fees apply) are available for little ones under three who are welcome at the village when accompanied by their butler.  

Older kids (over 10yrs) aren’t forgotten with Club V the place for teens to join in supervised beach bonfires, movie nights, karaoke sessions along with kayaking, fishing, sports and cultural activities like cooking classes and weaving. 
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