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World Class Luxury Holiday at InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa
Posted 2 Jul 2015

Whether you’re in Fiji for a couple of days or a couple of weeks, it’s the main priority of the Fijian people to help visitors RELAX. Club Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa is the place to do just that. Your flight into Nadi with Fiji Airways should have already given you a taster of what’s to come on your indulgent trip – you can’t help but land with a smile on your face thanks to the typically warm and helpful nature of the Fiji Airways cabin crew. Hop into a taxi once you’ve touched down and embark on the 45 minute drive (or 15 minute helicopter ride) from the airport to Club Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa.

Club InterContinental is in a world of its own.  Poised high on a plateau overlooking one of Fiji’s best beaches, Club InterContinental is Fiji’s first and only ‘Club’ experience offering discerning travellers the exclusivity of a resort within a resort.  The Resort offers a plethora of experiences with heightened luxury at every turn and different accommodation options designed around an atmosphere of serenity and peace. With no other 5-star luxury resort around the Natadola area and majestically perched at the threshold of Natadola Bay, we offer a personalised outer island experience on the Fijian mainland.

Natadola Bay is an oasis of luxury, peace and tranquillity.  Overlooking 2 kms of white sandy beaches, shade and shimmers of crystal blue and turquoise green waters, Club InterContinental provides an experience that is unto itself a heightened world of luxury amenities and old charm Fijian hospitality and culture.  Club InterContinental offers semi all-inclusive rates and is a solace of anticipatory service and personalised bespoke experiences.

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At Club InterContinental, you will be treated to luxuries and experiences that no other luxury resort in Fiji can offer.  Imagine having your own Personal Holiday Planner ready to deliver a suite of exclusive privileges and unique experience, acting as a ‘PA for your holiday’.  You wouldn’t have to think of what to do tomorrow or where to have dinner, consult with your Personal Holiday Planner and have them decide for you or have them organise meal reservations, spa bookings and other bucket list experiences.

A peaceful haven at any time of the day, our exclusive Club Lounge, brings a touch of European sophistication to the tropics of Fiji.  Beloved for its birds-eye views of Natadola bay, the Lounge Infinity Pool is complemented with cozy and private pods and is the setting for daily traditional English High Tea complete with savouries, delicate sandwiches and sweet bites with a fusion of gourmet teas from private tea plantations around the world.

 As the rays of the setting sun dip and fade gently into the Pacific Ocean, be prepared for a night of old school Fijian charm. You can expect to see wait staff moving discretely from table to table delivering drinks ranging from cellar collection wines, aged distilled spirits and old world favourites such as Dirty Martinis and Singapore Slings. The canapés change daily and all of this is complemented with the strumming of guitars and beautiful baritone voices that fill the night just as the hints of the blooming frangipani and gardenia waft ever so gently on the night breeze.

This haven of luxury and indulgence of Club InterContinental is exclusively reserved for guests aged 12 years and above.  Club InterContinental provides the perfect setting for a luxury getaway in Fiji full of pampering and amazing experiences.

Rooms

Discover the best in luxury resorts Fiji has to offer as Club InterContinental boasts sweeping views of Natadola’s white sandy beach and sparkling waters, enviably spacious suites, and unparalleled privacy.  Enjoy a good book in the comfort of your terrace whilst dipping your toes in your own private plunge pool and sipping coffee made and delivered by your Personal Holiday Planner just moments before.

Club InterContinental One Bedroom Suite

Our 115 square meter One Bedroom Club Suites feature a King bedroom with ‘his & hers’ en suites, separate lounge and dining area, and a sophisticated outdoor living space.  Our top floor suites off a private balcony, day bed and our signature outdoor Cleopatra bath.

Club InterContinental One Bedroom Suite with Plunge Pool

In addition to a private terrace, day-bed, and signature outdoor Cleopatra bath, our ground floor One Bedroom Club Suites are complimented with a private plunge pool and tropical garden courtyard for a full immersion in true island indulgence.

Natadola Suite

Encompassed by lush tropical gardens, and privy to spectacular panoramic views of Natadola Bay, this suite is a sprawling 218 square meters, featuring two bedrooms with en suites, a kitchen for your personal chef, indoor dining and living room area, private pool, a tropical courtyard and dedicated outdoor entertainment space.

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Club InterContinental Privileges

Guests of Club InterContinental enjoy the follow private privileges

  • Private check-in and check-out
  • Itokani butler service (Personal Holiday Planner);  personalised butler service helping to deliver a suite of exclusive privileges and unique experiences
  • Access to the Club InterContinental Lounge and infinity pool
  • Breakfast in a choice of 3 venues;
    • A la Carte at the Club InterContinental Lounge
    • Full buffet breakfast at Sanasana Restaurant
    • Intimate Breakfast at Navo (Adults only)
  • All day non-alcoholic drinks in the Club InterContinental Lounge
  • Afternoon tea in the Club InterContinental Lounge
  • Sunset canapés and cocktails for two hours each evening in the Club InterContinental Lounge
  • Complimentary non-alcoholic mini bar, replenished daily
  • Fresh South Pacific fruits upon arrival
  • Wake up with an energising juice with your selection of freshly picked fruits and /or pastries in the Club InterContinental Lounge
  • Complimentary wireless internet access throughout the resort

 

 

Getting there and away

Nestled amongst 35 acres of tropical gardens, InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa is located on the beautiful and picturesque Natadola Bay on Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu.  Protected by a reef to create an aqua-blue ocean-facing lagoon, Natadola Beach has been voted one of the top 25 beaches in the world by CNN.

 

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa is only 35 minutes’ drive from Fiji’s International Nadi airport.  The resort provides airport and private transfers.  Local taxis and a Rent Car provider are also operated from the resort.

 

Book an Airport Transfer

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa would be delighted to organise your airport transfers

 

  • Private vehicle, seats 4 is FJ$300 each way
  • Shared airport shuttle, seats 13 is FJ$60 per person each way
  • Helicopter transfers are also available to and from the resort

Click here to make a booking

 

Organise your Fiji Holiday

Flights to Nadi -  Fiji Airways operates flights to Nadi daily from many international ports including flights from Sydney to Nadi,flights from Auckland to Nadiflights from Los Angeles to Nadi and flights from Hong Kong to Nadi.
Flights to Suva - Fiji Airways operates flights to Suva regularly from many domestic and international ports including flights from Nadi to Suvaflights from Sydney to Suva and flights from Auckland to Suva
Flights to Kadavu - Fiji Airways operatesflights to Kadavu regularly from domestic ports including flights from Nadi to Kadavu and flights from Suva to Kadavu

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  1. A la Carte at the Club InterContinental Lounge
  2. Full buffet breakfast at Sanasana Restaurant

Intimate Breakfast at Navo (Adults only)

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In Transit: 24 Hours in Melbourne (Part 1)
Posted 10 Jun 2015

Melbourne is a fusion of stunning gold-rush heritage architecture, modern skyscrapers and sports complexes, surrounded by lush parkland, beautiful waterways and interesting urban suburbs. It’s the perfect stop-over when you’re on your way to or from Fiji – a 24 hour stop-over here is a great way to clear the cobwebs after a long flight from Europe or America.

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Melbourne’s grid of city streets with its maze of gothic laneways is best explored on foot.

As you will discover, it’s obvious that the city places a great deal of emphasis on the arts particularly literature, performing arts, culinary arts and visual arts as well as sport and recreation which has become central to the Melbourne landscape.

Start the 24-hour experience from the iconic Flinders Street Station, Melbourne’s meeting point, straddled between the Yarra River and Flinders Street at the corner of Swanston Street. Its dome, analogue clocks, tower and distinct Edwardian style makes it a standard feature of the city. With its proximity to attractions it is the perfect place from which to base your adventure.

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In no time, the aroma of coffee from gourmet outlets had tempted us to walk across to Degraves Street, a famous lane featuring bars, café, and restaurants.

After hot chocolate and waffles we walk to Federation Square to visit the Tourist Centre, enquire about current events and things to do including free public transport. We picked up a map of Melbourne city and downloaded the Melbourne Official Visitor Guide to kick off our wanderings. Our top tip from the Tourist Centre was to experience premier examples of Melbourne architectural splendor, including St. Paul's Cathedral and the Melbourne Town Hall.

Without any delay, we cross the street to admire St Paul’s Cathedral, a striking Gothic design both inside and out. The atmosphere inside is of peace and serenity, shutting out the noise of busy city life outside its doors.

City Circle Tram

To get our bearings, we hopped on the City Circle Tram which operates on a circular route through the Melbourne CBD and covers all of the essential stops you'll need to visit in order to see Melbourne in one day.  The free tram runs every 12 minutes and allows passengers to get on and off as they please.

Here is suggested itinerary for a day in Melbourne

Yarra River

Walk along the scenic Yarra River from Federation Square, past Rod Laver Tennis Centre to Melbourne’s proud sporting heritage, the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), which includes the Australian Sporting Museum and Racing Museum.

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South Bank
Visit Southbank right across from Flinders Street Station, a world of waterfront shopping, dining and arts, incorporating the Southgate Arts and Leisure Precinct and Crown Entertainment Complex (Melbourne's casino) along the Yarra.

Eureka Skydeck
You won’t miss the towering spectacle of the Eureka Tower, the highest point in the city and a great way to see the entire layout of Melbourne. Eureka Skydeck is the tallest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere.

Getting there and away

Fiji Airways flies direct to Melbourne 7 days a week.

 

Organise your Fiji Holiday

-    Flights to Melbourne - Fiji Airways operates flights to Melbourne daily from many international ports including flights from Nadi to Melbourne, Los Angeles to Melbourne (via Nadi), Honolulu to Melbourne (via Nadi) and the Pacific Islands to Melbourne (via Nadi).
-    Visit our
Special Offers page to find great partner deals from Melbourne and all our other ports and cities we fly to.

 

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Yarra River

Walk along the scenic Yarra River from Federation Square, past Rod Laver Tennis Centre to Melbourne’s proud sporting heritage, the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), which includes the Australian Sporting Museum and Racing Museum.

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Tagged: Activities, Community, Leisure, Relaxation
In Transit: 24 Hours in Melbourne (Part 2) | Fiji Airways
Posted 22 Jun 2015

With its hole in wall cafes, hidden street art, cobblestone laneways and clandestine restaurant entrances, there’s more to the cultural and sporting capital of Australia than meets the eye.

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Art Galleries
Take a 10 minute walk to St Kilda Road where you will find the National Gallery of Victoria. Art plays a big role in Melbourne's overall culture and there are few better places to take in some of Australia’s greatest offerings than the NGV. Part gallery, part museum, part garden and all cultural hub, it's a truly expansive facility featuring an eclectic mix of art and exhibits ranging from ancient Egypt all the way to post-modern impressionism. General entry is free. 

The second art gallery is in the Ian Potter Centre that you can visit while you are still at Federation Square.

Walk and laneways
Continue to walk along St Kilda Rd to the Shrine of Remembrance and return to the city through parklands that include the Royal Botanic Gardens. 

When back in the city don’t miss out on the arty laneways including Hosier and Rutlege Lane opposite Federation Square, Centre Place between Collins Street and Flinders Lane and Degraves Street. 

Shopping Mecca
Take a short walk to the Emporium on Melbourne Central, Bourke Street Mall and tree-lined Collins Street, the ultimate shopping strip and business centre.

China Town
Don’t miss the fine dining experience in the Chinatown district in Little Bourke Street.  There’s souvenir shopping down that way, too.

South Wharf & Docklands
Catch the City Circle from Spring Street yet more top shopping at South Wharf’s Direct Factory Outlet.  Stroll the street or have dinner and soak up views of the city, Southern Observation Wheel, Bolte Bridge and Westgate Bridge at night.

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What not to miss? 
Watching the sunset at South Bank followed by dinner on the waterfront. The restaurants along the South Bank precinct are high-end French, Italian, Japanese and Seafood establishments.  Dinner cruises are also popular as a way to combine good food and an enjoyable spectacle.

Have a bit more time? Here some tips if you are not time conscious.
 
- Stroll around Melbourne's spectacular Royal Botanic Gardens and enjoy a Devonshire tea by the lake.
- Cross the Westgate Bridge for amazing views of the city skyline as well as scenic suburbs and Albert Park, site of the Melbourne Grand Prix.
- Walk along leafy Lygon St in Carlton for an authentic Italian meal, it’s the place where Melbourne’s famous café culture was born. 
- Take a tram to the bayside suburb of St Kilda for a swim, meal or walk along the waterfront promenade to Luna Park. Take a ride on the world's longest running 'human operated' Scenic Railway (Big Dipper).
- Visit Queen Victoria Market for a cheap meal, to pick up a souvenir and enjoy the atmosphere.

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival: 27 February to 15 March

The world’s largest food and wine festival takes place in Melbourne in every year in various venues around the city.  Now in its 23rd year, the festival highlights why Melbourne is a world-class gastronomic destination, attracting visitors from across Australia and around the globe. From famous dining spots to unexpected places, rooftop bars to hidden cellars, each year the festival puts up a remarkable show.  

For more info: melbournefoodandwine.com.au

Getting there and away

Fiji Airways flies direct to Melbourne 7 days a week.

Organise your Fiji Holiday

-    Flights to Melbourne - Fiji Airways operates flights to Melbourne daily from many international ports including flights from Nadi to Melbourne, Los Angeles to Melbourne (via Nadi), Honolulu to Melbourne (via Nadi) and the Pacific Islands to Melbourne (via Nadi).
-    Visit our Special Offers page to find great partner deals from Melbourne and all our other ports and cities we fly to.

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5 of Fiji’s Best Beaches
Posted 15 Apr 2015

As one of the most popular holiday regions in the world, Fiji is blessed with an amazing amount of white sandy beaches, as well as crystal-clear turquoise water, and a welcoming culture. The country is made up of more than 300 picturesque islands in the South Pacific, with destinations and facilities to suit all ages, budgets and interests.

It is the best beaches in Fiji, though, that most travellers rave about when they get home. If you’re keen to find out which is the best Fiji beach to put on your itinerary, read on for five top contenders you need to check out.

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Most Romantic Beach

Planning a romantic escape with your loved one? If so, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to ideal beaches in Fiji. However, one of the best spots in the country to woo your partner would have to be Turtle Island.

A private island located within the Yasawa Island Group, this adults-only destination provides honeymooners and other loved-up couples with the perfect place to enjoy peaceful surroundings.

While you do have to book accommodation at Turtle Island Resort in order to enjoy the island’s tranquillity, that commitment is worthwhile – you’ll have not just one but 14 secluded beaches to explore. You’ll also be one of only 14 couples (at maximum) allowed on the private island paradise at once, so you know your privacy is virtually guaranteed.

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Top Family Beach

For parents travelling to Fiji with their children in tow, a top family-friendly destination to consider is Treasure Island Resort. Nestled within the Mamanuca group of islands, the resort covers the entire six-hectare island and is locally owned.

Treasure Island is easily accessible from Nadi International Airport (it’s only 17 kilometres away), and is actually the closest island resort to the gateway. When you have tired and grumpy children on your hands who can’t wait to get out of the plane and onto the beach, this becomes a key benefit!

In addition, kids are well catered to on the compact island. They can spend hours splashing and swimming around the natural marine reserve, and spot plenty of sea life and coral only metres from the shore. Bigger kids can learn to snorkel in the calm lagoon or take part in a variety of water sports.

Families can also take advantage of the island’s commitment to the environment, as it was the first resort in the Mamanuca area to employ a dedicated environmental officer. This means that families exploring the resort’s beaches can help to feed endangered turtles and monitor their nests, or take part in escorted snorkelling tours to “plant” new coral.

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Best Beach for Sunset Views

If it’s memorable sunset views you’re after on a trip to Fiji, head to Natadola Beach on Viti Levu, often considered the island’s best. You’re guaranteed to catch breathtaking sunsets along this palm tree-lined beach after a day of swimming, snorkelling, eating and just generally lazing about. You can wander along the white, sandy beach as the sun goes down, or even choose to enjoy a 45-minute horse ride during sunset for some extra fun.

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Best Party Beach

Looking for an excellent place to socialise and meet new people? If so, you can’t go past a visit to the most popular party paradise, Beachcomber Island. Here you’ll find a tiny island that’s heaps of fun. The bars stay open late and the music gets revellers dancing the night away on the sandy dance floor. Take some much-needed rest in a room in the island’s relaxing resort, then get up, enjoy some fine Fijian cuisine to replenish, and do it all again!

Best Swimming Beach

You won’t have any trouble finding amazing spots to swim in Fiji, but if you’re looking for the best beach straight out of the movies with postcard-perfect waters, head to the Blue Lagoon region on Nacula Island (in the northern part of the Yasawa islands group). That’s right, the same Blue Lagoon that was made famous by the 1980 movie of the same name, starring Brooke Shields. The azure waters, coral reefs, stunning white beaches and swaying palm trees will ensure you never want to leave.

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Whether you’re looking for an indulgent five-star vacation, a romantic escape with your partner, a family getaway, or an action-packed adventure, you will find it all on the warm sand of Fiji’s beaches.

Getting there and away

-    Fly to Suva with Fiji Airways and take an hour drive to Pacific Harbour from Nausori Airport 
-    Fly to Nadi with Fiji Airways and take a scenic 2 hour drive from Nadi Airport along the Queens Highway

Organise your Fiji Holiday

-    Flights to Nadi -  Fiji Airways operates flights to Nadi daily from many international ports including flights from Sydney to Nadiflights from Auckland to Nadiflights from Los Angeles to Nadi and flights from Hong Kong to Nadi. 
-    Natadola is a 45 minute drive from Nadi Airport. 
-    Denarau Golf and Racquet Club is 15 minute drive Nadi Airport.

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Wellington's Great Outdoors coastal walks tropical flora and sandy bays
Posted 1 Apr 2015

For most of us, holidays are all about taking a break from our everyday life: escaping the office, mixing up our routines and getting some much-needed Vitamin D. Whether your ideal vacation is lying in the sand soaking up the sun, hiking through lush new pastures breathing in fresh country air or a combination of both, Wellington is that close-to-home destination that offers the best of both worlds.

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It may be a treasure-trove of arts and culture but it’s also home to a wealth of bays and beaches, spots to surf or scuba dive, or just somewhere to take the family for a swim. Just a few days away and your batteries will be recharged.

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Located close to the CBD, Oriental Bay at the foot of Mt Victoria has the closest beaches to the city centre and is popular with both Wellingtonians and tourists. The golden sands are available for walking, cycling or just people watching and are a favourite with families and holidaymakers all summer.

After lunch, take a drive to Island Bay to view the suburbs of tiered colonial villas. This historic beachside location on the south coast is a traditional fishing hub where there are hints of a bygone era, including the bandstand in Shorland Park. Ardent scuba divers could check out Taputeranga Marine Reserve just offshore, home to a vast array of marine wildlife and a sunken navy frigate.

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A short drive takes you to Owhiro Bay where you can go on a one-hour walk or cycle to Sinclair Head and Red Rocks Scientific Reserves. About one kilometre west of Taputeranga, Sinclair Head is a winter hangout for up to 100 New Zealand fur seals, but you could see a few of these water babes sunbathing on the red rocks in the summer.

Alternatively, go on one of the seal safari tours available and end the day at Carlucci Land a few minutes’ drive away. There you can have an afternoon barbecue or drink and unwind by wandering through Wellington’s industrial fantasy playground. After viewing the sculptures, remarkable artworks and junkyard treasures that make Carlucci Land an exceptional home for recycled castoffs, play a round of mini golf or have a shot at paintball.

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After some downtime enjoying Wellington’s blissful bays and beaches, head back onto shore and do some exploring of the vast Wellington landscape. For film buffs, the most important thing to do is to discover the sites of Middle Earth of film and story fame.

Start at Mount Victoria, the location for the first movie in the Lord of the Rings trilogy directed by Peter Jackson – who is a devoted Wellingtonian.  At the top of Mount Victoria, also enjoy the 360-degree view of the city, watch ferries sailing through the harbour and aircraft taking off from Wellington Airport. The slopes fringed by the modern Wellington city were once a hideout for hobbits. 

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Away from hobbits and Orcs, Wellington is home to some beautiful flora. For a peaceful afternoon surrounded by blooms, Wellington Botanic Garden on Glenmore Street contains a native forest and major plant collections as well as seasonal beds with more than 25 000 tulips to colour spring and summer and the Lady Norwood Rose Garden, home to some 3000 roses. Tracks weaving from the duck pond allow walkers to explore trees dating back to the 1860s including redwoods, pines and oaks.

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The Begonia House, a Victorian style glasshouse shows tropical flowers and a lily pond all year round while Picnic Café provides outdoor lunching on good organic Kiwi food amid the scent of roses.  Behind the café is a lantern where a perpetual flame lit from the fires of the Hiroshima bombing commemorates Japan’s recognition of New Zealand’s stance against nuclear weapons. 

Take an easy walk along Upland Road, Kelburn to the Carter Observatory to catch sight of the stars even if it is still daytime or raining. Learn about Maori cosmology including Matariki, the Maori New Year, and Maui navigation, while a virtual space journey makes a hit with the kids.

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A walk to the Cable Car Museum will provide a different view of Wellington from the Kelburn Lookout. Then take the iconic red cable car down the hill via picturesque Kelburn to Lambton Quay, the heart of Wellington CBD. A one-way ticket is $4 or $7.50 return.

Lambton Quay is where the city began, so you will find numerous heritage buildings such as the Harbour City Centre, Stewart Dawson’s Building and the MLC building on the site of an 1844 church.  Public art along the way ensures you’ll run into Wellington pioneer John Plimmer and his dog Fitz, and at the top of Plimmer Steps is the Big Gertrude, a brick and tile memorial depicting the ship in which he arrived. 

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Still on Lambton Quay, take a break for an afternoon coffee at Midland Park before heading off for dinner or drinks at the Concrete Bar and Restaurant at the bottom of Cable Lane. From the wrap around balcony you can see the buzz of Wellington life below. After a day- or two or three- of sandy bays and working up a thirst on coastal walks, this buzzing little place is a great way to start- or end- your Wellington break. 

Getting to there and away

Check out Fiji Airways special offers on flights to Auckland and flights to Wellington

Plan your New Zealand holiday

- Flights to Auckland - Fiji Airways operates flights to Auckland regularly from many domestic and international ports including flights from Nadi to Auckland, flights from Suva to Aucklandflights from Apia to Aucklandflights from Los Angeles to Auckland and flights from Hong Kong to Auckland.

Flights to Wellington -  Fiji Airways operates flights to Wellington regularly from many international ports including flights from Nadi to Wellington, flights from Suva to Wellingtonflights from Apia to Wellingtonflights from Los Angeles to Wellington and flights from Hong Kong to Wellington.

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