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Navini Island Resort
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Navini Island
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Bellingen, Australia
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“Can't think of anywhere I'd rather welcome the New Year”
Reviewed January 11, 2014

Navini at Christmas and or New Year is becoming a wonderful habit for us. Arriving on Christmas Eve Henry as always was at airport to greet us before taking us to Vuda Marina for our transfer to the island. Julie was on the beach to greet and take us to our bure on the north side. Meeting again other like minded returnees and some new friends for pre dinner drinks on the beach was fun. Being waken at dawn by the beautiful voices of the staff singing Christmas carols and hymns was a wonderful prelude to the celebration of Christmas and the New Year. The Service in the dining room mid morning was something special with more singing this time we could join in with the words to some in English and others in Fijian on the order of service. The rest of day was a restful before a swim in the late afternoon in the warm ocean.. Christmas dinner in the evening is a traditional one with the dining room and tables beautifully decorated. The days between Christmas and New Year are filled with morning boat trips either fishing, snorkeling, dolphin sighting (hopefully) and visit to other islands or a combination of all. The reef off the resort is showing good signs of recovery after the cyclone of 2012 and there are plenty of big fish and other marine life to see. The weather was beautiful with the sea being like a mirror most mornings and the water feeling like silk. We especially enjoyed the trips to the Main Reef to snorkel, reef sharks, turtles, beautiful coral and fish.....New Years Eve began with champagne and nibbles on the beach to farewell the last sunset of 2013 and it was spectacular.
A wonderful buffet dinner was followed by a Meke performed by the Staff and this year they excelled themselves, a traditonal Kava ceremony followed by dancing and singing ( the costumes were amazing) then everyone joined in dancing before the sky lit up with fireworks at midnight, we could see the fireworks on the mainland and the other islands as well as those on Navini, quite spectacular. The rest of our days were spent on or in the water and apart of the a rain shower some days the weather could not have been better. Not only did we book for 'same time this year' but added a few days at Navini to holiday booked for May. Can't wait. Thank Simone and Tueta and staff for your hospitality and friendship, we wish you and your family a happy, healthy 2014. Navini can't get any better it is perfect.

Room Tip: All rooms are beachfront so all are good. For a more traditional Fijian holiday you can't beat...
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  • Stayed December 2013, traveled as a couple
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Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed January 4, 2014

Our third visit to Navini; the first time over Christmas and New Year.

We knew that last year's cyclone had damaged the reef around Navini and were at first shocked by the amount of damage. However the good news is that new coral is forming and there are still plenty of fish, turtles, ray and baby sharks to see in the waters.

As always, the place is relaxed and the staff make you feel a part of the Navini family from the moment you are met at the airport until the moment you leave.

Stayed December 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 3, 2013

I'll keep this short and sweet. Navini was incredible. We arrived and were greeted at the airport, transportation was all arranged. We were provided with a day room to rest until our accommodations were ready. We love the people, the staff was so friendly, so kind and welcoming. The other guests on the island were great. The experience is truly amazing.

The meal plan and daily activities allowed us to enjoy our time without counting each penny we were spending. The daily excursions were great and we spent our afternoons enjoying the island. Don't expect luxury in the rooms but the experience you are left with on an island like Navini makes you dream of the next time you get to return.

  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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St. Petersburg, Florida
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Reviewed November 19, 2013

General review: Best travel experience in my life. Everything about this place seemed perfect. The room wasn’t extravagant, but was still excellent. The beach was beautiful and the staff go out of their way to maintain the condition. They rake up debris and create paths through areas of high shell density. The reef around this island is amazing. The island itself is easy to navigate and beautiful to explore (short trip though, it’s tiny). The number of guests on the island ranged from 5 to 16 while we were there, but you could spend hours out and about the island and barely see people. The staff were so incredibly friendly and absolutely amazing at their work. It’s not possible for me to express how positive the experience with the staff was while visiting. Just perfect. I would name the staff, but really we’d just be listing every single person we interacted with and I have no clue how to spell their names. If we encountered them on Navini then they were amazing, period.

The day trips were well executed. The activity board was updated every morning during breakfast so that by the time you left the meal you could see the day’s activities. But, they were very flexible. If you were interested in a village trip you just asked if that could be done before your time ended and they’d make sure to get it scheduled. If you wanted to try a new snorkeling spot you just asked. If there was a nearby resort you wanted to day-trip to you could bring it up and they’d see what they could do to set it up. Transfers were included to and from the island (depending on how many nights you spent). They just seemed to think of everything and be incredibly organized while remaining flexible to meet the needs of the guests present at any given time. The reefs we visited for snorkeling were amazing, they were great at arranging a two-tank dive for me with a SCUBA agency and just seemed on top of everything. My wife’s luggage vanished in transit and took nearly 3 days to get to us, the Navini staff stayed on top of it the whole time and went out of their way to update us. I didn’t partake in Kava at night, but really enjoyed playing Vindi Vindi with the staff after dinner. They have some ringers.

I really liked the food and it was another example of how well organized and accommodating they can be. Breakfast was the same each day and ended with being given the lunch menu so you could order your meal. If you liked what was on the menu then you were set, but they built in a lot of flexibility to personalize the meals. While there, the guests dine together (which was quite nice) and there was a lactose intolerant person, a woman allergic to coriander (they do a lot of indian spice inspired dishes), two people with Celiac’s (can’t eat gluten) and a vegan; not to mention my wife can be a bit picky. No one had any trouble eating the entire time we were there. They were excellent at knowing each guest individually. I also really enjoyed the drum summoning us to meals. It might not be loud enough to wake some people, but you can easily hear the drums throughout the island.

We took advantage of the free snorkel equipment since my wife’s gear was in her luggage that was AWOL for several days and it worked well. The non-motorized sports equipment was in pretty good shape. And, getting fresh coconuts off of the trees by simply asking the staff was really fun. They knocked down a young coconut (better for drinking) and a mature (for eating) right behind my bure. The entire experience was a delight.

I was surprised by the number of supplies they had on hand for sale in the little office. They had all the basic needs covered, including toiletries and snacks but if you show up with no luggage the clothing choices (bathing suits specifically) are pretty sparse. Henry, who picked us up at the airport and took us to Vuda was accommodating in his willingness to take us to town to try and find some clothing, but with the 6:15 AM arrival time we would have been sitting around for a couple of hours waiting for stores to open and setting back the boat schedule by quite a bit. We didn’t take him up on his offer, especially after he called Navini to confirm they had at least bathing suits for purchase (they also had a lot of sulus/sarongs, a few shirts, and some rash guards).

Things that may be issues for people (but really didn’t bother us at all),

*Geckos can easily get into the rooms. We had a bright white gecko hanging out in ours for most of the time we were there (we named him David). If you’re not a fan of having some wildlife in your bure this may not be for you. They weren’t everywhere mind you…saw two during our stay in the bure, but from talking with the other guests it was pretty common to have the occasional visitor.

*Entertainment for kids. There were two families there at one point with a total of 7 kids on the island. They were all pretty young too; I think the oldest kid was 9 and the youngest was maybe 2. There is no pool, no kiddie section, no kids club and no toys laying about for children. If your kids don’t like the sand, sun, shell collecting and snorkeling they may get quickly bored. I didn’t note it as an issue for the families there, their kids all really dealt well with focusing on aquatic activities but make sure you know how your kids will handle this setting before booking this resort. I could have missed some of the kid specific stuff since it didn’t apply to me, but it’s a tiny island and I didn’t really see anything.

*Technology. There’s no wireless internet, no Ethernet in the rooms, no TVs, no movies, no blueray. In short it was awesome to just disconnect and get away. We brought some movies in iTunes with us (but didn’t watch any and just enjoyed the environment). They do have internet access in the main office if you like, but you really go to Navini to experience the tropical location in a quiet setting. It sounded like one of the women from New Zealand was texting and photomessaging people back home, so there must be some sort of cell reception that reaches the island. We didn’t bring our phones with us to Fiji (and we’re from the US) so I can’t confirm this for certain.

*meal timing. They do have fairly strict meal times (not that you need to be there right when they start), but if you’re wanting to sleep in a bit you may miss breakfast. If you think you won’t be an early riser, (I don’t really feel 8:00AM is early, but then on holiday people may stay in bed later) I would suggest the two-meal plan option.

  • Stayed November 2013, traveled as a couple
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Manly, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed November 11, 2013

Navini is a remarkable and special place, most people who stay here will agree. If you are after luxury, poolside cocktails and restaurant style food, please feel free to stay at one of the nearby chain resorts. If however you would like to spend your trip in comfort, surrounded by family then this is the resort for you. Rooms are adequately appointed and very comfortable. You can walk right out the door to your own patch of beach. Enjoy water sports and some of the best ever snorkeling right out the back door! The staff are all wonderful and friendly, you really do feel like family there. It is effortless to slip into step with the island and become part of the family. The food is wonderful, not restaurant style, better, home made, real food. It is all delicious: fresh fruit, tasty mains and AMAZING home made choc chip ice cream. You may also want to try a cocktail or two before dinner. Every day there is a main activity organized and an afternoon game of volleyball. You will not be overworked or bored here. You move at your pace. It is a magic place we can't wait to visit again.

Room Tip: north side is more private. south side has sandier beach.
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  • Stayed November 2013, traveled as a couple
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Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed October 24, 2013

Navini Island Resort.
Picking a resort in Fiji is a lot like buying a camera or computer. ‘What do I want from a Fijian resort?’ is the question first timers should ask themselves. Getting to Navini is simple, your flight or boat is met, by Henry who drives you to the boat which takes you to the island. Navini Island Resort offers all the non-motorised boating activities that the other resorts offer. Hobi cats, kayaks, paddleboards, and something great called the Sea Cycle, great for a workout. Two laps of the island at half speed is a good 150 calories in about 10 minutes. Dive trips can be arranged and the island itself offers great snorkelling, a great beach, and privacy in the bures. There were children on the island at the time I was there and while there is no ‘Kids Club’ they were never short of things to do, hunting crabs, building sand castles, swimming, playing games with the staff. Because of the dining arrangements the island offers an appealing routine that I found refreshing. The dining is communal by default, however it is possible to organise your privacy at meal times. I found the meal times most stimulating, the conversations one gets into with interesting guests from all over the world. The meals themselves I found more than adequate. Each meal, except breakfast, offers at least three meat dishes, chicken, fish, or beef, as well as a vegetarian choice. These meals are not ‘cordon bleu’ but are substantial fare and very satisfying. The menus are negotiable, if it isn’t there ask for it, if it can be done it will be done, and cheerfully. Breakfast stands alone, Fresh juice, fruit, eggs to order, bacon, ham and sausage, toast and spreads, including vegemite. (To our American friends, just a little on your toast, it isn’t peanut butter). You are greeted on the beach by the staff, no ‘Bula Maleya’ just a friendly smile and a handshake, you are shown to your bure. And then left to quietly slip into the routine of the island. Fijian culture is shared once a week with a lovo and Fijian singing and dancing by the staff. Guests are asked to join in and it is a fun night. Learn to tie a sulu as they are compulsory on Fijian night. The sulus are complimentary and a gift for the guests. But the rule on Lovo night is ‘no sulu no food’. This rule is not unique to this resort but is generally standard throughout Fiji. Each night after dinner in the bar the staff will entertain and offer Kava, and invite the guest to play ‘vidi vidi’ (say vindi vindi). This game is highly skilled version of pool played with flat disks and it is harder than it looks and a lot more fun than it sounds. It makes for a wonderfully relaxed evening after a wonderfully relaxed day. Need more than this, check the activity board. Included in the tarrif is a daily off island activity. Trips to other islands, snorkelling trips, or fishing and trolling trips are offered daily and if you have a question your boatman has an answer. One of the highlights was a dolphin spotting trip, we still argue about how many we saw, but the boatman estimated 100 in the pod. There is also an extensive reading library on the island. When your time is up and you have to leave the departure boat is organised to coincide with the next part of your journey, be it by boat or air. You are seen off the beach or by dinghy (depending on the tide), shake hands, farewelled, and as the island vanishes behind you will think about when you can come back again. If you want adventure activities, paragliding or waterskiing then this resort will probably not suit you but if you are after a relaxed, set your own pace holiday among the friendliest people I have met I would recommend this island

Room Tip: Premier bures are excellent for a couple. They are all on the south side where the beaches are. For...
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  • Stayed October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Ballarat, Australia
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Reviewed October 4, 2013

This is a review that I really wanted to complete after our second stay at Navini and so many times I have looked at the blank screen and have suffered from writers block. So instead of just doing a review I thought I would make it into more of a story, hopefully an enjoyable tale, that people can relate to, about why going to Fiji and staying at Navini really floats our boat. So here goes!

We went Navini for the second time in 2012 and we weren’t going back to Fiji in 2013 however that was all changed purely by accident by the bride. My darling wife signs up for a lot of emails which in the past has annoyed the hell out of me. She signed up to emails from one of the Airlines and I was sitting at the computer in late 2012 and up flashed an email from this Airline. Super, super cheap flights to Fiji and we only have an hour to grab them. Yell out to Monti, we decide on the spot we’re going back, Monti arranges the accommodation on Navini and we are right to go.

Paid for the airfares, paid the deposit to Navini. We are classed as regulars now I’m impressed.

Who cares we’re going back to Fiji. The count down has started again so over the next couple of months leading up to the trip, it goes like this:
• Airfares fully paid – Check;
• Accommodation fully paid – check;
• Meals worked out and meal plan paid for – Check;
• Transfers paid for – Check;
• Car parking arranged – Check;
• Attack the Fiji Forum in particular the “For a bit of Fun” post and drive everyone else in the world mad – check;
• Accommodation for the night we get back sorted – Check;
• Passports OK – Check;
• Have we got cash and room on the Credit Cards should we need it – Check;
• Do we have enough frozen meals in the house for our baby boy to eat whilst we are away and enough for emergencies and if our daughter comes home (Our baby boy is 19)… Check;
• Enough money if he needs it – Check; and
• Advise friends, relations and neighbours as to all travel arrangements – Check.

On the last two occasions we have stayed in Bure 2 on the north side but decide this time to try the south side and after discussing the accommodation with Hooked On and her husband during our 2012 stay we decide on our next Bure. When we book we can get the Bure we want, we are set.

Bure 1, 2, 3 and 4 are all situated on the Northerly side of the island and are all 2 bedroom, with a small kitchenette, separate main bedroom and a spa. Bure 1 is also the Honeymoon Bure, access to it is along a different path so it is quite a deal more private. We liked Bure 2 because it seemed to be just that little more private than 3 and 4, and the location of the hammock is brilliant. It is situated in a shady recess. Door to high water mark is about 20 paces. On the south side Bure 5 is the Villa and appears to be quite spacious. Bure’s 6,7,8,9 and 10 are the Duplex Bures. These all have wonderful views of the ocean looking over Nadi Bay toward Viti Levu.

Now back to the story, a truly gripping tale huh? Departure date arrives; we drive to Melbourne, lodge the car and are bussed to the International departures, Tullamarine Airport. We grab a bite to eat have a drink and then through Customs and we are waiting for our flight.

Late flight and the plane is absolutely chock a block full. Very little sleep on the way over. Those of you who are seasoned travellers will understand why!

Plane late, headwind all the way, delay with baggage retrieval, we then get through customs and look for Henri. Henri not available (we find out later he is on leave) so we are bundled into a taxi which was there waiting for us. The driver was very very nice and we are off to Vuda Point. With Henri (who is actually quite famous) everything works so smoothly, so when he wasn’t there I was quite worried (creature of habit – me). Well I must say that the pick up from the Airport this time around was just as smooth so there was no need for concern.

Met at the Marina by Sikeli and another and there is another couple already aboard, waiting. Us flustered, them relaxed, apologise for being delayed and delaying them and we are off. Hit it off with this couple straight away. They’re from New South Wales. Positive start to the trip. Navini Island looming on the horizon and off come the shoes and socks. There is no pier, one gets off the boat either into the shallows at the shoreline or into a small dinghy in deeper water. It is actually hilarious to watch yourself transfer from the bigger vessel to the smaller one and visa versa without ending up in the drink.

Off the boat and met by Julie. It’s wonderful to see her again. Off to brekky, finally get to meet BaySydney and low and behold Hooked is there as well. From the moment we walk in the laughs start.

We move into our Bure after lunch. You were right Bay Sydney and Hooked it was brilliant. And no I am not going to tell you which one it is coz, it’s ours I tell you all ours. Aw, alright, seeing you asked so nicely I’ll tell you. It was #6, which is situated on the south side. We didn’t entertain doing the morning activity as we had caught the red eye and had no sleep so therefore were exhausted. Kip in the am ready for the real heavy lifting in the arvo.

I don’t know whether you guys are aware of this but you can’t see the sunset from the south side of the island. Found that one out real quick. Bure 1 is vacant. Close to sunset time, wine and whiskey in hand Monti and I make the perilous trip to the other side of the island via Bure 1, onto the beach there and so begins 8 nights of sunset viewing and celebrating with a steadily growing crowd, most of which are significantly better photographers than I. Sunset over we open the Bar. It’s 6.30 p.m. Other guests join us and a good time is had.

We arranged the 3 meal plan except for the last day and there wasn’t a bad meal served with plenty of variety. The home made ice cream is to die for. As other reviewers have observed dining is communal or you can have a candle light dinner or just room service. We ate with everyone whilst we were there and it was great. I would make the observation that this is not an “a la carte” restaurant, but for dinner for example, you order your meal at the preceding lunch and have the choice of; an appetiser, a soup, a choice from 4 mains and from memory a choice from at least 2 desserts. All meals were very good and very tasty. Managed to enhance my girth during our stay.

People have spoken about the day trips in the am. We did a number of them, the main one being a trip to Modriki – where Tom Hanks filmed Castaway. Yeah ok – tick that off the bucket list. However in 2012, on 1 trip we were taken to a couple of the resorts on Malolo Lai Lai, which is a hop, skip and jump away from Navini. After that we were taken to a sand bar and invited to jump in. We duly did this and were in about 8 or 9 feet of water. A short swim away however we were in ankle deep water, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. How cool is that!

Things that really floated my boat this time around:
• Catching up with staff;
• Meeting so many interesting people who have led such interesting lives;
• Going into the water on the south side at 7.00 a.m. after seeing another couple do it. It is great;
• Watching the sunsets and opening the bar; and
• Learning so much.

Had a Lovo night whilst we were there which is always a lot of fun.

Things I really missed:
• Arthur and Helen were away in Oz so didn’t get to catch up with them; and
• A dear friend from the UK who is usually there in May each year was not able to make the journey.

The island really suffered because of Cyclone Evan, as did most of the islands in the Mamanuca chain. It caused significant damage to the islands vegetation and some damage to the reef. The Reef is on the mend and the fish are coming back although there were very few reef sharks. We were shown the photos of immediately after the Cyclone and things have come back a lot but the vegetation really did take a hair cut.

I could go on and on because it is somewhere Monti and I totally relax.

Reading: You can, if you wish, do heaps of reading whilst staying on the island. I gave my wife an e – reader for Christmas which turned out to be an excellent present and something my wife used extensively during our stay. They are very easy to use. I should also make mention of the fact that the resort does have an excellent library.

I have heard and seen some people bemoaning the fact that Navini doesn’t have Wi-Fi Internet. I say Hallelujah Brother, as this is one of the reasons why we go to Navini, to get away from all that. I don’t want to read work emails whilst I am on holidays. Please Navini don’t bring it in.

Just a couple more comments:
• No there is no air conditioning. Personally have never needed it. The bure’s I have found have very good ceiling fans and the Bure’s do catch the evening breeze.
• This resort is so well constructed that whilst other resorts were forced to close after Cyclone Evan, Navini was able to continue to operate.
• Dated – I don’t know about that however it is comfortable and non pretentious. I don’t need to be sung to on a pier, to me the Navini welcome is perfect as it is understated and the farewells are great but I never want them to come around.

One other point I would wish to make for liking Navini so much is that it makes it so easy to plan the finances, in other words; budget. First we pay our airfares and deposit, which is usually 2 night’s accommodation; we then pay the rest of the accommodation. Next, we work out our meals; we usually take the 3 meal per day plan except for the last day when we go to the 2 meal plan. It works in well with the way our flights are generally scheduled. Then we pay for the transfers meaning that all we have to worry about during and at the end of our stay is paying our grog bill and any incidentals. This works really well for us personally.

So as a final comment; Navini is our special place and I sincerely hope this review encourages you to give it a try. Maybe it can become your special place.

Cheers,

Baz

Room Tip: Bure 2 is my special favourite. It on the northerly side and the sunsets are to die for
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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled as a couple
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Property: Navini Island Resort
Address: Navini Island | Western Division, Fiji
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Location: Fiji > Mamanuca Islands > Navini Island
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Bar / Lounge Beach Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Suites Airport Transportation
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Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Navini Island
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Number of rooms: 10
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Navini Island Resort is a small private island resort in Fiji, just one hour from Nadi Airport. Guests are met on arrival, transferred at any time, takes 1 hour. Navini is surrounded by white sand and a magnificent coral reef sanctuary. All 10 bures are beachfront, four types including Family Villa, Deluxe Premier with outside daybed, Two Room and Premier. Complimentary daily outings and use of water sports equipment. No day trippers. Fresh fish, fruits, local and traditional meals; fully licensed restaurant. Fijian entertainment. ... more   less 
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