The newly renovated and reopened Malolo resort is located in Fiji’s Mamanuca archipelago just 25km/16m west of Nadi International Airport. This 100% Fijian family-owned resort has been a long-time favourite for families and couples alike, and over the years has welcomed back thousands of return visitors.
Malolo is accessible by seaplane, private speedboat or three times daily by fast catamaran. An intimate, rustic resort, it comprises just nine acres of the 2000 acre island and consists of only 46 Bures - all with ocean views, three dining venues, spa, entertainment lounges for adults and teenagers, two pools – including one for families and one for adults only, and a myriad of activities including, snorkelling, diving, island hopping and dolphin spotting.
Malolo Island Resort has a reputation for their unique Kid’s Club program within the island’s natural, idyllic playground. Named Yanu Yanu - Fijian for ‘island’, the program lets kids live like local Malolo islanders for a day or two, or for a week during their holiday.
Between 1 November 2013 and 31 March 2014 stay 5 nights and receive the 6th night FREE! Prices start from AUD$2,190* for two or family of four for 6 nights and at Malolo, kids eat FREE when parents book a minimum five night stay. PLUS Malolo’s Kid’s Club and its Yanu Yanu program are FREE with some small charges for optional, parentally-approved motorised activities.
Conditions Apply: Available on all room categories - not available on split categories. Not Available 14/12/13 to 5/1/14 or with any other offers. Minimum 6 night stay. Valid Until 31 March, 2014.
*Approx. rates only – check daily Foreign Exchange Rates.
Filled with quintessential barefoot Fijian experiences, the Yanu Yanu program is run by the Malolo Kids Club, which is FREE for children aged 4-12 years. While parents take advantage of the island paradise, Yanu Yanu immerses kids in island life in a fun and culturally interactive way.
Yanu Yanu is a seven day program with each day focusing on a different theme. Marine Environment Day teaches kids about coral reef care with snorkelling lessons, fish identification and fish feeding, while the Coconut Tree Day teaches kids to husk and scrape coconuts and build and race traditional Niu boats.
Other activities include Fijian food preparation, traditional arts and crafts, herbal medicine and endangered species tours, traditional costume making and face painting and Fijian language lessons. Visits to the local island primary school and neighbouring islands are also organised.
In putting this program together, Malolo resort also consulted with the Mamanuca Environmental Society (MES) to ensure the accuracy, relevancy and importantly, the correct educational content of the environmental and ecological based activities.
During the course of the program, the children keep a daily pictorial and written diary of their activities for “show and tell” back home. There are also daily winners of competitions, offering prizes and certificates of participation for everyone.
In addition to the Yanu Yanu Program, Malolo has just completed a new Teenage Retreat. Filled with bean bags, music, table tennis and entertainment, it’s a place where older kids can comfortably hang out away from the crowd and meet new friends.
For more information on Malolo Island Resort and this special offer visit www.maloloisland.com