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You can do as much or as little as you like on Beachcomber Island. If total relaxation is the order of the day, top up your tan on the beach, snooze under a palm tree or treat yourself to a traditional Fijian beachside massage.
For those who would like to do something a bit more active, there is a wide range of activities on offer. Not surprisingly, many of the activities revolve around the sea. You can easily hit the crystal clear waters surrounding the island for a swim or in a sea kayak, or go snorkelling to explore the astonishing beauty of the coral reef. For those who’d like to go further afield, the Beachcomber Island Resort organises dive boat tours to the outer reefs, where you can scuba dive with manta rays and reef sharks under the supervision of qualified diving instructors. The resort also offers a number of exciting water sports, including jet skiing, wakeboarding and parasailing, for all of those adrenaline seekers out there.
As well as all of these water activities, there are lots of things to do on the island itself. Add to your culinary repertoire by taking part in a traditional Fijian cooking class or be adventurous and have a go at coconut tree climbing.
When the sun goes down, the island really comes alive, transforming from a peaceful paradise into party central. The resort puts on nightly live music and cultural floor shows, including traditional fire twirling. So you can kick off your jandals and enjoy a drink at the barefoot beach bar, then dance the night away with the sand between your toes.
Beachcomber Island really is the perfect destination for travellers who like to party.
Part of the Mamanuca group of islands in the Fiji archipelago, Beachcomber Island is located northwest of Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu, and is easily accessed by way of a short boat ride from Port Denarau. The island’s one and only resort, the Beachcomber Island Resort, is generally more popular with young travellers on a budget who want all of the fun without the fuss. It offers a range of different types of accommodation, from private beachfront bures (wood and straw hut) to dormitory-style accommodation, and serves three buffet-style meals each day.
The staff here go above and beyond to making sure you are happy and comfortable. Customer service is 150%. The island is beautiful but small. I went parasailing over the island which was one of the most amazing things i have ever done. Meals are served three times a day plus they have teatime. The ...
Room service was the best and the cleanliness of the facility I was blown away and I like the trolley rides to the room too it was very warm welcoming
Beautiful resort, clean, updated, many bars and restaurants. Really my only complaint is that I found it a little boring, not much to do and the beach in general on the mainland is not very nice. But that isn't an issue with the resort really. If you like the resort kind of vacation then this place ...
We liked the very kind and helpfunctie staff. Even during the chaotisch time of the Corona crises. We espescially like to thank Talei, the restaurant supervisor for her optimistic and helpfull view.
The Westin was a great resort. Lots of options for us to do while we were at the resort. The views were amazing. However lots of staff were of Fiji time and it took while to get food and other services. Enjoyed our stay overall.
Amazing new venue on the beach. Great swimming pool or adults and kids. Amazing buffet breakfast and lots of options for kids. Will be back again
Close to the airport only problem is breakfast was not included with the room I booked but breakfast included was written in the advertisement.