Namuka Bay Lagoon
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Namuka Bay Lagoon Sigatoka
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... it would not have been as amazing as it was without the people. We snorkeled, kayaked, jet-skied, and even learned to sail, but it was the people that impressed us the most. Words do not begin to describe their warmth and generosity. Every single person greeted us throughout the day with a loud Bula and a huge smile. They have a way of making you feel as though you are part of their village even though you are an outsider and stumble through ...
Honor and I have just spent 24 hours in the tropical paradise that is always shown in holiday brochures for Fiji. There were some stunning parts and there were some much less so.
Firstly, lets get the negatives out of the way. One of the ways of accessing the stunning coral coast is to stay at one of the many resorts there and like all accommodation the experience at ...
... kayaked back, this time it was not as easy. Vix was sure we were sinking. Water seemed to be coming in, and the kayak should not stay balanced. We kept laughing but also scared we would fall in, luckily we made it back without cap sizing. That evening we got into our countries teams. We had to get as many stones in the bucket as we could. Our team and Scotland were in the final. We nearly won, but a girl threw the 10pt stone by mistake and missed, so Scotland ended up winning. ...
... becoming sore from the fins – we put a Band-Aid on each and then wrapped them with elastotape to further soften them in the fin – this worked and Jame was able to complete her Open Water 4th dive. She was pretty wrapped because she said the last dive was the best – plenty of underwater caves to explore.
We had a coffee and tea on board, with coconut and pineapple. Jamie ate some coconut ...
... the morning we were greeted by the nicest weather we've had so far in Fiji. We dragged the sun loungers down to the beach where we remained for a couple of hours. And that's when I got sunburnt. I didn't notice it straight away, it was much later when we had returned to the bungalow. I was wearing a vest so my arms and shoulders are bright red but I'm still British white under where my top had been. We lathered on the after sun and went to the bar.