Spend seven nights at the luxurious InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa for $1990 per person, twin share with this offer for Fiji. Nestled amongst 35 acres of tropical gardens, InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and 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 best beaches in the world.

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Duration : 8 DAYSPrice : FROM $1990Country : FIJI
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Spend seven nights at the luxurious InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa for $1990 per person, twin share with this offer for Fiji. Nestled amongst 35 acres of tropical gardens, InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and 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 best beaches in the world.

Included in the price

  • Return full-service economy fares from Sydney to Nadi, including checked luggage
  • Seven nights in a King Pool View Room at InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa
  • Full buffet breakfast daily
  • FJ$600 resort credit per room
  • Complimentary resort activities
  • Private car transfers to/from airport
  • Exclusive VIP Concierge services including meet and greet at Nadi Airport with a shell necklace and drink and more
  • Exclusive 'Pure Fiji' departure gift
  • Two children can stay for free, plus eat breakfast and dinner for free at Sanasana
  • Complimentary Planet Trekkers access for children aged 4-12 

About the hotel

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa is situated overlooking Natadola Bay on Fiji's main island of Viti Levu. The hotel won a 2014 TripAdvisor 'Travellers' Choice Award' in the 'Top Hotels' and 'Luxury' categories. Set on 35 acres of tropical gardens, facilities include an 18-hole golf course, a dive training pool with trained dive professionals, water sports including paddle boarding and nightly entertainment. King Pool View Rooms include a private terrace or balcony, a day bed, satellite TV, air conditioning and an iPod docking station.

Garden view rooms

Set amongst tropical gardens there are 96 Garden View Rooms in the resort consisting of 28 King Bed Rooms and 68 Double Bed rooms. These rooms are luxuriously spacious at 63m2 and all feature a private terrace or balcony, day bed and outdoor Cleopatra-style bath.

Pool view rooms

Overlooking our family activity resort pool, these rooms are centrally located in the heart of the resort. These rooms are luxuriously spacious at 63m2 and all feature a private terrace or balcony, day bed and outdoor Cleopatra-style bath. With direct access to our family activities pool, as well as the option for interconnecting rooms our Pool View Rooms are ideal for families with children.

Lagoon view rooms & suites

At the secluded end of our resort with views over Natadola lagoon and Navo island are our 32 Lagoon View Rooms & Suites with king size beds. Our Lagoon View Suites are 85m2 with separate bedroom and living areas, whilst our Lagoon View Rooms are a generous 63m2. Luxuriously spacious, all each room & suite features a private terrace or balcony, day bed and outdoor Cleopatra-style bath. Situated beside the serene Navo Lagoon, our Lagoon Rooms & Suites offer seclusion and relief in a tranquil setting. For the travelling family, our Lagoon View Suites also have the option for an interconnecting room.

Beachfront view & suites

Steps away from our world famous beach, 40 Beachfront View Rooms & Suites feature panoramic views of beautiful Natadola Bay. Our Beachfront Suites are 85m2 with separate bedroom and living areas whilst our Beachfront Rooms are a luxuriously spacious 63m2. All Beachfront View Rooms & Suites feature a private terrace or balcony, day bed and indulgent outdoor Cleopatra-style bath. For those who seek the luxury of direct access to the beach our Beachfront View Rooms & Suites are ideal. For the travelling family, our Beachfront View King Rooms also have the option for an interconnecting room.

Club Intercontinental one bedroom suite

For the ultimate in secluded luxury, our one-bedroom suites (115 sqm) offer sweeping views across Natadola Bay. Set across two floors, the top floor offers a private balcony, day bed and outdoor Cleopatra-style bath, with the ground floor Club suites offer a private plunge pool. Both suites with a distinctly residential feel, creating a perfect haven for family and friends to enjoy quality time together. ONE BEDROOM SUITE WITH PLUNGE POOL: Exclusivity and luxury are taken to another level with all our ground floor Suites offering a Private Plunge Pool, sunbathing lawn with sun loungers, an expansive terrace with outdoor daybeds, and Cleopatra Bath.

LaCity Travel - Traveller Tips for Fiji

GEOGRAPHY: The Fiji Islands are located in the Southern Hemisphere, surrounded by the South Pacific Ocean. Fiji lies 5,100 km southwest of Hawaii and 3,150 km northeast of Sydney, Australia. Its exact geographic location is at latitude 15-22 degrees south and 177 degrees west to 175 degrees east.

VISAS: Fiji tourist visa is not required for citizens of Australia for a stay up to four months, although you will need to have a return ticket. A two-month extension is possible, but one has to apply for it before the initial four months are up and there is a fee. Visitors are required to have a valid returning airline ticket with them when entering the country. A passport is necessary for everyone entering Fiji. The passport has to be valid at least three months beyond the intended date of departure from Fiji.

MONEY: 1 AUD = 1.68 FJD (05/02/2014). The unit of currency in Fiji is the Fijian Dollar, which is made up of 100 cents. The $ symbol is generally used, just as with the American Dollar, though the FJ$ and F$ can also be used to represent the Fijian Dollar, which prevents confusion between the two. There are numerous local and international banks on the islands. The Reserve Bank of Fiji oversees the country’s banking system. Some other major local banks include the National Bank of Fiji, National MBF Finance Fiji Ltd, Fiji Development Bank and Merchant Bank of Fiji.Fiji also has four international banks: ANZ (Australia and New Zealand Banking), Colonial Mutual, Bank of Baroda and the Australian-owned Westpac. All of these have branches in Nadi and Suva, and ANZ has a branch at the Nadi International Airport, which is open 24 hours. Cash machines are also located in Nadi, Suva and Sigatoka, which accept Visa cards.

ELECTRICITY: 
The current in Fiji is 240 volts AC 50Hz with three-pin power points - the same as in Australia and New Zealand. Leading hotels and resorts offer universal outlets for 240v or 110v appliances, or 110V adapters. Many island resorts generate their own electricity, and sometimes when the generators kick in and out, the bedside digital clocks will reset back to 12:00. If you think you'll need a reliable timepiece to make connections etc, it may be wise to pack a travel alarm clock.

CLOTHING: Casual for both night and day. Pack t-shirts, shorts, light cotton dresses and swimwear. Jeans will be too hot and uncomfortable. For cooler evenings or for out on the water, a jacket is a good idea. Sunscreens and hats are a must and joggers or sandals are good protection for walking and swimming around coral. If you do happen to cut yourself on coral, lemon or lime juice will relieve the pain - as will hydrogen peroxide. "Sulus" (known also throughout the Pacific as pareau, lavalava or sarong) are a must for both men and women. The wrap-around sulu is Fiji's most distinctive and versatile form of dress. For women there at least ten different ways it can be used, even for evening wear. Ask your resort staff for hints on tying and wearing your sulu. Visitors are asked to be careful not to offend local sensibilities. Wearing bikinis and ultra-brief swimming costumes is fine at a resort but not when visiting villages or shopping in town. This is where a sulu comes in handy.

CLIMATE / WEATHER: 
Fiji's climate is warm and tropical year-round, even in the islands’ “winter” months. The average temperature in Fiji is 25°C, but it can climb to above 30°C in summer (December and January) and sink to 18°C in winter (July and August). Many people consider the Fijian winter, which is the dry season from May to October, to be the best time to visit the islands. This is when it is drier, less humid and a bit cooler, so outside activities are more pleasant.

LANGUAGE: One of the great things about this Pacific paradise is that everyone speaks English as well as Fijian or Hindi - although there are a few idiosyncrasies.

RELIGION: A multi-racial, multi-cultural nation, the population of Fiji is made up of significant numbers of followers of all major religions. Visitors will find Christian churches, mosques, and Sikh and Hindu temples throughout the country. Visitors are more than welcome to join the locals for Sunday worship and it's highly recommended, even if you're not that religious. A Methodist service will give you a good insight into how the Fijian village culture is structured and why the people are so friendly and family-focussed. You may not understand many of the words, but the singing and ceremony will stay in your memory.

CULTURE: The Fijians are pretty easy-going, but if you are invited into a village, wear modest clothing and take off your hat (wearing one is an insult to the chief) when in the village. Leave your shoes outside the door when entering a home and keep in mind that it's also insulting to touch someone's head - which can be tempting when you are surrounded by wide-eyed, smiling children.If you are invited to drink kava, don't ask, just enjoy the ritual and the tumb noungue, sorry - the numb tongue. When visiting a village, it is customary to present a gift of kava, which is also known as "yaqona". The gift, (a "sevusevu"), will cost less than F$20 for a half kilo. If you are accompanied by a guide, he/she will look after that. The sevusevu is presented to the traditional head of the village ("Turaga Ni koro"). After it's been pounded into powder and mixed with water, it is usually served in the head person's house. Be prepared to shake hands and answer personal questions like, where are you from, are you married, how many children do you have… and so on.

SHOPPING:  Shops in Fiji can be found in the islands’ hotels, resorts, towns and cities. The town of Nadi is home to numerous shops and boutiques, as well as Internet cafés. Popular boutique shops, including Nads, Sogo’s and Jacks, sell a wide variety of good quality clothing, along with many fabrics, which you can purchase and have them sewn by the local tailors. An outlet for each of these boutique shops can be found in Suva, Nadi and Sigatoka, plus many of the larger resorts have at least one of these as well. Taka’s Gift Shop, which is found at Copra Shed Marina, sells Kuta-made products. Kuta is a locally-grown reed that originates from Vanua Levu. It has a very glossy appearance, which makes it popular to use in the manufacturing of Fijian purses.

HEALTH: No vaccination certificates are required for entering Fiji, except a yellow fever vaccination certificate for those who are entering the country within 10 days of having stayed overnight or longer in infected areas.

INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
The Nadi International Airport (NAN), located in Nadi on the island of Viti Levu, is where most international flights arrive.

TIPPING & BARGAINING: Tipping is not customary in Fiji, so leaving a tip is up to the customer. Bargaining is common in smaller shops. Once an item is purchased, it cannot be returned. Sales are final.  

TRAVEL INSURANCE: All passengers must have comprehensive travel insurance. You can complete this with LaCity Travel if you wish. Check your Travel Insurance Policy for an Emergency number and details of services to be provided, Carry these details with you.   

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Travel Dates

Valid for travel until 23 March. For $100 extra per person, travel from 1-31 May. 

For alternate dates & travel periods please contact our friendly consultant.


Upgrade

Upgrade to a King Lagoon View Room from $450 extra per person, a King Beachfront Room from $900 extra per person, a King Beachfront Suite from $1100 extra per person or a King Club Suite from $1290 extra per person with bonus extra FJ$200 resort credit (total FJ$800) and an upgrade to a King Club Suite Plunge (subject to availability at the time of booking).

Children Stay & Eat for Free 

Up to 2 children 12 and under stay for free with an adult when using existing bedding Up to 2 children 12 and under eat breakfast and dinner for free from Sanasana buffet when dining with an adult


Terms and Conditions

1. Flights are based on promotional economy class fares with checked luggage allowance per person. Prices are correct at time of publication and are subject to change. Flights may not be direct or operate daily. Flights from Adelaide and Perth will be via Sydney. Subject to promotional fare availability. Air surcharges apply during Australian school holidays.

2. Resort Credit - If the resort credit value is exceeded, the additional amount will be payable on checkout. Any unused credit upon checkout cannot be redeemed for cash or held in credit. Accommodation is subject to availability.

3. Insurance is not included and is strongly recommended. Valid for new bookings only.

4. All prices are in Australian Dollars per person twin share unless stated otherwise. Prices are correct at time of publication and are subject to change, cancellation or withdrawal without notice. Charges may apply for changes or cancellations to your holiday. Resort credit - the amount provided to the guest on check-in will be credited to the guests account in local currency based on the resorts’ exchange rate of the day, which may fluctuate daily.