Discover the Fiji Beachouse… your home away from home
Take the road less travelled and discover The Fiji Beachouse, a family owned resort, located on a sheltered sandy lagoon on Fiji’s Coral Coast, and surrounded by acres of lush gardens. The water is crystal clear, the reef abundant in marine life and the staff are the friendliest you will find anywhere on Earth.
- The Beachouse is the perfect home base to explore breathtaking canyons of the Upper Navua Gorge, mountainous treks to gushing waterfalls, world-class diving and more.
- The resort values it’s close relationship with the local villages and prides itself on offering visitors an opportunity to experience the real Fiji.
- Daily Yoga Session
- Free wifi hotspot for laptop/ Ipad/Smartphone users
- Free use of sea kayaks
- Coconut Cafe lunch menu allows you to choose your preferred lunch or a snack between 10 am and 3 pm
- The Beachouse offers a fully stocked bar with International top shelf drinks as well as the local favourites of Fiji Gold, Fiji Bitter and Fiji Rum & Cola!
- A few times a week they will prepare a buffet-style dinner.
- The Beachouse offer a day trip both Vatulele Island and Yanuca Island. They are both a 20km trip and there is a minimum requirement of five guests.
- The Beachouse holds a very competitive/ fun volleyball competition every afternoon.
- The Beachouse regularly offers live entertainment and the Bar is the perfect place to relax by the pool, mingle with fellow travellers, compete in a game of killer pool or dance the night away.
Coral Coast Day Tours
Want to experience the traditions, culture, nature, and people of the Coral Coast? It is recommended that guests try one of our Top 6 recommended day trips. For more information or to book CLICK on the individual tour name:
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- Car Park
- Dive Shop
- Internet Cafe
- Swimming Pool
- WiFi Internet Access
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Coral CoastThe Coral Coast is an 80km (50 mile) stretch of beaches and bays along the Queens Road between Nadi and Suva. A wide bank of coral offshore gives this stretch of coast between Korotogo and Pacific Harbour its name. Flanked by waves of richly vegetated hills and a fringing reef that drops off dramatically into the
Sports & nature
Sigatoka ValleyWhether by tour bus or on your own adventure, head inland along the west bank of the Sigatoka river. Either side of the road are the patchwork of flat green fields growing the crops that give the Valley its nickname: "Fiji's Salad Bowl." Along the way are the villages of Lawai and Nakbuta, who welcome guests and offer handicrafts and pottery for sale. The drive past Nakbuta is not for those who suffer from vertigo, as the road climbs steeply along a narrow ridge, but the reward is a panoramic view across the winding Sigatoka Valley with its quilt-like fields to the right. The road then winds to the valley floor and Sigatoka Agricultural Research Station, a popular spot for picnic lunches. From here, the roads get rough and are strictly for the four wheel drives, but even for those who turn back, this trip is a once in a lifetime glimpse at the real Fiji. Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park. The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park is located at the mouth of the Sigatoka River. The extensive dune system extends for several miles along the coast with dunes reaching heights of 60m (200ft). Fiji’s first National Park, this is also an archaeological site where pottery some 3000 years old has been uncovered by the shifting sands, alongside stone tools and human remains. The curious should drop into the Visitor’s centre to learn more about this unique natural location. Kula Eco Park Just off the Queen's Road opposite the Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji, Kula Eco Park is Fiji's only wildlife park. The park is a cool green forest nestled in a small valley. The trees have names like Dawa, Ivi, Vutu and Vesi and tower above the valley floor filtering the sun. Visitors will hear the call of barking pigeons, the shrill of honey eaters and the constant, pulsing concert of unseen forest dwellers. This is the wild side of Fiji So far, the Park's efforts at sustainable ecotourism have been successful. They have recently been involved in the captive breeding of Fiji's peregrine falcon and crested iguana. In addition, the education program for school children has seen the "graduation" of over a thousand members. Established in the late 80s and purchased by Kula Eco Park Management 1997, today the park is the an environmental showcase of the South Pacific.
Culture and history infoHistory Korolevu, on the Coral Coast, is the birthplace of Fiji tourism. A brilliant stretch of white beach dotted by copious lush vegetation, popular back-packers, hotels and resorts still line its beautiful shore. The place that started it all is the Korolevu Beach Hotel. Built in the 1950s by pioneer hotelier Bill Clarke on 76 acres of prime real estate, it was an immediate hit with the colonial expatriates of Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Korolevu is believed to be the first place where individual bungalow-style units were called "bures.” Clarke was also the pioneer of cultural shows to educate guests about the local lifestyle. Long since closed, the Beach hotel’s legacy is a still-thriving tourist industry as guests continue to arrive, drawn by Fiji’s natural beauty and Fijian’s natural hospitality.
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- We only take a small deposit now and you pay the balance on arrival at The Beachouse Check-In desk
- No Booking Fees or Credit Card Fees on your order with us
- If you pay the balance in cash you will avoid the extra credit card charges
- Payment is secure
- No "Fiji time" here, we're on the computer all day every day making sure bookings are processed really fast
- As soon as you book we'll send you an "Order Pending" email to say we have received this. We then book your trip (as fast as humanly possible) then send you a second "Order Confirmed" email with all the important details of your trip, pick up times, booking reference number etc. You'll need to print the second email out and bring it with you.
- We're based right here in Nadi, Fiji
Check in / Check Out Policy
- Check in is from 2.00pm on the day of arrival and check out by 11.00am on the day of departure.
- In order to guarantee immediate occupancy of a room, i.e. arrivals prior to the normal check-in time, we strongly recommend that you pre-register the reservation which is equivalent to one nights’ accommodation charge.
- Late check-outs are subject to availability between 11 am and 6 pm on the day of departure. Further extensions after 6 pm will require the occupant to pay a full night’s rate based on the best available nightly rate. This is payable direct to the Resort at the applicable rate.
- If cancellation is made 9 days prior to arrival no cancellation fees apply.
- If cancellation is made within 9 days from arrival – 100% of total estimated accommodation charges as booked will be charged.
- NO SHOWS will be charged 100% of total estimated accommodation charges as booked.
- In cases of Early Checkouts, all unused room nights will be charged as early departure fee and if pre-paid then deposits are non-refundable.
The Resort will not be held liable or responsible for failure to execute arrangements specified herein directly occasioned or by or through or in consequence of war, change of status of Fiji Government, strikes, riots, and acts of God or conditions beyond the control of the Resort. The Resort reserves the right at any time by giving notice in writing to cancel this arrangement should the resort fail to fulfil the above terms and conditions.