Beachcomber Island FijiFiji Island Beachcomber
The Beachcomber Island Resort is the perfect place for the young at heart in Fiji. Fiji is a great place to have a great and entertaining stay while you enjoy the stunning view of the Pacific Ocean. This is the place to be if you like a good period with good companionship in a laid-back, laid-back atmoshere.
The Beachcomber Island Resort offers a range of funny beach sports such as parascending, Jetskiing, sailing, and more. Located in a protected area in the centre of the Mamanuca archipelago, just 17 km northwest of Nadi International Airport in Fiji, this famous bare-footed Fiji lodging allows you to do as much or as little as you like.
The Beachcomber Island Resort is the ideal place to make new acquaintances as visitors come from all over the globe to enjoy this island paradise. If you are travelling alone, with a companion or with a group of your group, this is the ideal backpacking outing. Beachcomber offers a range of accommodations that include en-suite rooms, twin lodge rooms with en-suite amenities and dormitory beds.
Grand Bure is the biggest with 42 bunkbeds, followed by Falekau Girls Dorm with 9 bunkbeds and Vesi with 6 more. The inexpensive dorm-style lodging offers a one-of-a-kind adventure where you can get together with friends from all over the globe and enjoy an incomparable, real island outing.
There are communal areas with warm shower rooms, overhead ventilators and separate locker rooms. Uh, this is the Penthouse: Private Lodge Room: Beachcomber's most favourite accommodations are the twins, which offer accommodations for price-conscious guests. Uniquely beautiful is the fidschian hard wood floors and the ceilings made of coconutwood.
Linen is 1 king size linen or 2 single cots. The max. room size is 2 adults & children. Only a few meters from the shore, with its own decks and deckchairs. Linen is 1 king-size single-bedded + 2 single-bedded OR 1 double-bedded + 2 single-bedded. The max. room size is 4 adults & children.
The rooms are air-conditioned and are only a few meters from the sea. There is also a separate terrace with sundecks. Bed linen is 1 double bed OR 1 double bed + 1 single bed. The max. room size is 3 adults & children. The Beachfront Bure: Only a few meters from the sea, these rooms are air-conditioned and also have their own separate ceilings with deckchairs.
Bed linen is 1 double bed + 2 single cots OR 1 double bed + 3 single cribs. The max. room size is 4 adults & children. The Beachcomber Island Reserve offers an all-inclusive menu (payable directly to the resort) including breakfasts, lunches and dinners - buffets and a la-carte meals.
If the drumming of the island of Cana indicates times (time for breakfasts, lunches or dinners), you can indulge in all the exquisite traditional local and foreign food in richly flavoured buffets, with a lot of free rein to savor the aromas of the South Pacific. Barfooted bars are one-of-a-kind and exactly where you want them - on the sandy beaches that stretch under the sofa.
It' prepared and awaiting to satisfy your appetite with everything from fresh pressed juices, wines, spirits and iced Fiji draught beer to the most delicious island cuisine. The beachcomber can be as relaxed or thrilling as you want it to be. Beachcomber's highly qualified diving company provides its clients with an introduction to the diving industry in the safe environment of a diving tank.
If you are an addict, our scuba diving teachers will take you to the protected area that is surrounding our island paradise. It is suitable for both novice and advanced scuba diver. Get yourself and your loved ones together at Beachcomber Island Resort to spend your holiday. The Fiji lodging provides a base weddings packet that covers all your needs.
Cribs are available free of cost and must be ordered when making your reservation (cots cannot be used in the dorm or in the lodge). You have to pay directly to the resorts. Notice: Some of the Mamanuca group' islets may have algae depositions on their sands.
Algae volumes deposit on the beach vary and are fully dependant on the respective meteorological condition (wind, current and tides).