Relax on this Fiji family holiday, staying at the luxurious Vomo Island Resort and idyllic Paradise Cove Resort. Start with a few days at beautiful Paradise Cove, a spectacular spot in the Yasawa Islands, where white sand beaches and turquoise water awaits. It’s perfect for families looking for a luxury break, with friendly staff who love welcoming children to their island. Learn about local life on the island and play with your family on the beach – four days here will fly by. Finish your trip with a stay at Vomo Island, which is a great places for families – your kids can learn about coconut trees and the island’s reefs, taste delicious local food and dig sandcastles on the pristine beaches. This Fiji family holiday is truly a trip of a lifetime.
This itinerary can be tailored to suit your requirements; please contact one of our consultants to start planning your dream trip.
Depart the UK from your chosen airport. You will arrive in Fiji two days later due to crossing the international date line.
On arrival in Fiji, you will be met at the airport and driven to your hotel in Denarau Island, near the airport. You’ll stay the night here, which is ideal for your family to relax and rest up after the long flight.
After breakfast, you’ll be picked up and taken to the port to board the boat to Paradise Cove. On arrival, you’ll check in for four nights.
And… relax. You’ve arrived at the appropriately named Paradise Cove. This gorgeous hotel is found on a white sand beach, with pretty gardens and huge pool. It’s the perfect place to relax with your family – why not teach them to snorkel in the calm waters off the beach, where colourful coral and shimmering fish can be found just a few metres from the shore. Paradise Cove is in the Yasawa Islands, where between May and October you can swim with giant manta rays in the blue waters of the surrounding islands.
Kids take centre stage in Fiji - Fijians are renowned for their love of children, and whether you want a babysitter or someone to weave the kids a hat or pick them a coconut the staff at Paradise Cove are only too happy to oblige. Take the kids to the village for a cultural experience they won’t forget in a hurry. With a playground like the Pacific Ocean and our white sandy beach – computers and television are soon a distant memory!
Paradise Cove has a kid’s dinner menu, and they can cook an early dinner for your children if you’d like them to. You can pre-book a baby crib or leave the children for a few hours to be cared for by some of the wonderful ladies on the staff.
Once a week you can join in with their world-famous Crab racing, so grab a torch and bucket to select your very own well-honed Olympic trained crab from the beach. There’s a generous bar tab for the winning crab owner, and all money raised is donated to the village children’s education fund.
After breakfast, you’ll be picked up and taken by private boat to Vomo Island. On arrival, you’ll check into your room for five nights.
In Fiji, both the young and old are revered, and the Fijians are renowned for their care of children like no other nationality. Their happy and warm personalities will make your kids feel at home immediately. There are plenty of activities that the whole family can get involved in, like hiking to the summit of the island, fishing, sunset cruises, beach picnics and snorkel safaris. There’s also a Kid’s Village, purpose built with complimentary care between 9am and 9pm. This will allow you to have a brilliant holiday with your children while still finding time to come together as a couple, while they are off having fun!
You’ll be staying in the Hillside Villas, with spectacular views over the gardens and ocean. Any easy stroll from the swimming pool, these villas feel private and secluded, meaning you can totally relax away from other guests, and enjoy some precious family time together.
After breakfast, you’ll head back to the boat for the journey back to Nadi Airport, where you’ll board your international flight home.
Fiji’s wet season is from November to April with the heaviest rains and highest humidity from December to mid-April. The Dry season goes from May to October with low rainfall, low humidity, milder temperatures and less extreme weather. Peak season in Fiji includes December, January and June, July coinciding with Australian and New Zealand school holidays – prices will peak during these times.
This itinerary is purely a suggestion and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests, and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you.