Fiji is renowned as an affordable and family friendly holiday destination home to friendly locals, beautiful beaches, abundant marine life and a lovely tropical climate, ideal for enjoying the great outdoors. However, Fiji holidays are now even more affordable with a great range of Fiji hotels with free activities ideal for getting out there and soaking up nature and the glorious weather. Save money while exploring Fiji's fascinating environment and stay active and entertained with these Fiji hotels with free activities.
Fiji hotels with free activities are located on the Coral Coast, in the Mamanuca Islands and in Denarau and range from 4 stars to 5 stars. Aside from the usual onsite facilities of a hotel or resort, these Fiji hotels with free activities offer a great range of entertainment and sporting options to fill your day. From cultural performances to local handicraft making, water and beach sports and everything in between, these Fiji hotels with free activities will keep you entertained and leave you with some excellent souvenirs and holiday memories.
Located on the Coral Coast, Shangri-La's Fijian Resort & Spa offers a complimentary range of activities including volleyball, canoeing and catamarans as well as a games room and children's paddle pool. Also located on the Coral Coast, Naviti Resort Fiji features nightly entertainment, volleyball, a complimentary kids club and introductory scuba diving lessons held in the resort pool. Located in the Mamanuca Islands, Mana Island Resort boasts an excellent range of free activities including cultural shows, traditional basket weaving, grass skirt making, bush walks, handline fishing, hobie cats, kayaks, windsurfing, volleyball and tennis. Located in Denarau, Sheraton Denarau Villas also offer free activities including board games, volleyball, aqua aerobics, lawn bowling and farm tours.
For a great way to save money and have fun without leaving the convenience of your resort, these Fiji hotels with free activities are the ideal way to stay entertained and get in touch with the real Fiji.