The Holiday Club Fiji Palms Beach Resort
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this resort rated in the past?
Photos of The Holiday Club Fiji Palms Beach Resort
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews The Holiday Club Fiji Palms Beach Resort Pacific Harbour
Travel Blogs from Pacific Harbour
... justice and headed back up the road for an hour and a half to Pacific Harbour.
On Wednesday 10th December I was off for a spot of white water rafting on the Upper Navua River in the interior of Fiji’s mainland. It was an early start at 6:45am and the bus rumbled through rainforest for well over two hours along dirt tracks and across wooden pallet bridges before we got to the start of the half hour hike to the river. ...
Up around 8am - we started to pack our things and get the apartment in order. I went for a short half hour walk to kill time and take one last look at the coastline before we turned our backs and headed home.
Check out at reception was uneventful; I had fixed the bill up earlier and only had a F$50 outstanding bill for the WIFI - when I get to do my critique I will request that WIFI ...
... to the bay and the setting sun whilst taking pictures as the sun begins its decent.
We discovered outdoor beanbags. Now that’s comfortable, resting in the big soft bean bags, with great company, the setting sun in all its glory and colour, with a nice chilled white wine (with wine glass); camera in hand - in ultimate relax mode.
I fall asleep sometime around 8pm – Malani comes and gets me sometime around 10pm – it has been very ...
... prices for SCUBA courses:
F$1300 for Open Water Dive Course and
F$1200 for the Advanced Open Water Dive Course.
So all up – F$3800.
I did some surfing and liaison with a local company (SCUBA Bula) and got the same courses for:
F$800 for Open Water Dive Course and
F$700 for the Advanced Open Water Dive Course.
F$300 – ...
... didn’t feel under pressure like some other Customs around the world.
From the baggage carousel we went to Rosie’s Transfer Services and boarded the small mini-van towing a trailer for the luggage – our hotel (the Wyndham) was the only stop; as we meandered across the newly restored Denaru Bridge; we noticed they have a new inflated water park that looks interesting. The Bridge has some noticeable new fresh planks along its ...