Beachcomber Island is part of the Mamanuca island chain, just a short boat ride northwest of Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu. The island is one of the smallest in the group and features just one resort. The Beachcomber Island Resort is aimed at young travelers who are looking for minimal fuss and maximum fun. Three meals are served daily, and the rest of what you do is up to you.
Snorkeling off any part of the island is a great way to start the day. Wade into the water to discover a colorful garden of corals and fish. Join a dive boat tour to the outer reefs for the chance to swim with reef sharks and rays. The resort has qualified instructors on hand to share their knowledge and favorite spots.
Adrenalin junkies can Jet-Ski, wakeboard or parasail high above this tiny island. For a more mellow experience, grab a sea kayak and a friend and head off into the shimmering blue waters. The resort has plenty of equipment and staff to help you with whatever activities you choose.
One thing’s for certain: you won’t be bored here.Try your hand at coconut tree climbing or join a traditional Fijian cooking class. The resort also offers volleyball, mini-golf and turtle feeding and, most importantly for some, cold beer on tap.
The island is small enough to walk around comfortably, which is nice way to wind up the day. Once the sun goes down, the beach is the stage for nightly shows that range from live music and dancing to traditional fire twirlers. A barefoot beach bar keeps the drinks flowing into the evening.
Beachcomber Island is a perfect party oasis for the budget traveler. The resort crowd is generally young and the island gets very busy during peak season around June to October. Accommodation ranges from oceanfront bures (wood and straw hut) to dorms. Beachcomber Island is one of the easiest Fijian islands to access and is only a short ferry ride from Port Denarau.
Nestled on the beach, this Beachcomber Island hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Mamanuca Islands. Yanuya Village and Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple are also within 32 mi (52 km).
Located in Nadi, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within a 5-minute walk of Viti Levu and Denarau Beach. Port Denarau and Port Denarau Marina are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located near the airport, this family-friendly resort is within 6 mi (10 km) of Garden of the Sleeping Giant, Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool, and Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple. Denarau Beach and Port Denarau are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Seven kilometres (4.3 miles) west of Nadi on easily accessible Denarau Island, Sheraton Fiji Resort is part of an integrated complex of three high-end resorts within expansive gardens.
Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island is a 20-minute shuttle ride from Nadi Airport, and only 4 minutes from Port Denarau, where fishing boats are available for day cruises. Guests can head out for watersports from the beach outside, or head to the Denarau Golf & Racquet Club to play golf and tennis.
Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa sits on Denarau Island’s sugar-white beach, surrounded by palm trees and lapped by the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean. Nadi International Airport is a 15-minute drive, and island cruises set sail from Port Denarau Marina, just a half-mile along Nadi Bay.
Nestled on the beach, this Nadi resort is within a 5-minute walk of Viti Levu and Denarau Golf and Racquet Club. Denarau Beach and Port Denarau are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This Sonaisali Island resort is on the beach, 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Viti Levu, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Wailoaloa Beach and Denarau Beach. Port Denarau and Port Denarau Marina are also within 12 mi (20 km).