Fiji sevens men’s rugby team took gold in the Tokyo Olympics, and they defended their 2016 Rio title making them back-to-back champions! In 2021, Fiji beat new Zealand 27-12 in the gold medal match at Tokyo stadium. To continue this theme we have started to create a collection of the top 7 – venues, attractions, and places to eat across Fiji. These venues have gained international recognition and breathtaking reviews within the industry.
This unique Fiji Island Resort offers you a very special island experience. We meet you on arrival at Nadi International Airport and will bring you straight out to Navini within 1 hour, you could be swimming off the beach, or lounging under a thatched umbrella with a refreshing tropical cocktail in hand. The “no day tripper” policy ensures there are never any crowds on Navini. All daily trips out snorkeling, village visits, and use of water sports equipment are complimentary.
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All our bures are near the water’s edge, so it’s just a few steps from your bed to the beach. Surrounded by coconut palms, shady trees and tropical flowers, this light and breezy form of island accommodation is also very private.
Every bure has its own shady verandah with comfortable outdoor furniture, while an inviting hammock is just metres away. A few more steps towards the water and you find the bure’s own thatched beach umbrella and sun lounges. The rooms themselves have ceiling fans plus many large, adjustable louvre windows that catch the ocean breeze. All bures have private bathrooms, a bar fridge and tea/coffee-making facilities.
The beating of this Fiji island resort’s traditional lali drum calls guests to the open-air dining room for meals, which are relaxed, social events. Fiji is a multicultural nation, with approximately half the population having their origins in other countries. A variety of cooking styles have arisen to feed this cultural mix, blending flavours from all over the world.
All dishes are freshly prepared on Navini using many locally grown ingredients and a range of cooking styles. There are warm buns, dressings and sauces, as well as desserts and homemade ice-cream. All fish are caught locally. Special dietary requirements and food allergies are catered for, with gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, non-dairy and Halal options available.
Do as much or as little as you like on Navini Island. On Navini Island, your time is your own. A major decision is whether to snorkel around Navini’s reef, join the complimentary morning outing which may be to the local village, dropline fishing over one of the neighbouring reefs, snorkelling around bombies and over bright coral walls, or visit other island resorts. From the Island, you can explore the coral reef sanctuary, take out the Hobie-cat sailboat, borrow snorkelling gear to watch the colourful fish, and try the sailboard, spy board, kayaks, or the sea cycles. All complimentary. Fish, Scuba, Surf & Sightsee | Culture, Cassava and Kava | Complimentary Activities | Reef Sanctuary & Snorkeling
The Mamanuca area has an array of diving venues, including reef, pinnacle, wall, cave, wreck, and dive-through. There are two dive operators nearby and both have qualified PADI instructors. Proof of certification is required.
As well as daily scuba-dives, courses are available. They include: Introductory Dive |Open Water Dive Course |Specialty Courses
There are fishing options available. One of our friendly captains can take you out sports fishing, either trolling or hand line fishing, to some of the more remote reefs. There are rods, reels and a variety of lures available.
Fish caught in the region include bluefin trevally, walu (Spanish mackerel), barracuda, as well as the occasional tuna. Handline fishing mainly yields reef fish such as snapper, goatfish, trout, wrasse and bream.