Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
  • Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

The Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is a 5-star resort located in Fiji, in the heart of the Coral Coast, on a beautiful white sand beach, among 40 acres of palm trees and tropical gardens. This was the first five-star resort of the island that has become a landmark since its opening in 2000. Located on the western side of the island of Viti Levu, about 80 km along the Queen’s Road from Nadi Airport, the Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort perfectly combines the traditional elements of Fiji, in few words…cordiality and hospitality.

The Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort was designed as a traditional Fijian village, with 207 rooms and suites and 40 bures scattered between the garden and the beach, all in as many as 16 hectares of lush, manicured gardens that go down to the sandy shores of a lagoon surrounded by a spectacular coral reef. Inside the resort, there are five restaurants and bars, one of Fiji‘s largest pools, a kids club, a fitness center, shops and the amazing Bebe Spa from which you will never want to go home. The Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is a family-friendly resort but also offers several specific areas for adults only, including the Kalo Kalo Bar at the top of the hill.

The Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort offers a variety of accommodations ranging from modern rooms to more traditional like bures, with the aim to offer the perfect room for every need. Bures is the local name that identifies bungalows and having been designed to look like a true traditional Fiji village, it is a must the  thatched roofs, set in lush tropical gardens. However, each room, both traditional and modern, has been furnished with attention to comfort, décor and wooden finishes, all to offer an authentic South Pacific atmosphere, without compromising the luxury of a 5-star resort.

Guests who choose to stay in an Ocean View Room, a Suite or a Bure will also receive the exclusive Outrigger Talai Service. This is the traditional 5-star butler service but with a touch of the South Pacific as it includes welcome drinks and a cold towel upon arrival, as well as champagne and canapes delivered to your room every afternoon and last but not least important, they are ready to help unpacking and ironing clothes as well as organizing any kind of excursion.

The Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort offers a lot of culinary possibilities. Since most guests stay for quite long periods, it is necessary to offer more choices to risk not to bore the guests. Obviously you can get out of the resort, but it could be quite difficult as the taxis are not numerous and there are not more great opportunities in terms of restaurants choice outside. Thus, the resort manages to satisfy everyone, families and couples, providing variety of cuisines and styles. From international to Asian, passing through fusion and gourmet. Several restaurants on site, all delicious, all to try. Most of them are located around the main pool and there is also a beach bar that is amazing at sunset; There is also a tapas bar and a cocktail bar at the top of the hill, the latter for adults only.

The resort is big enough to have several pools, a kids club, a well-equipped gym, tennis courts and several other services. The Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is a perfect resort for a long holiday as it offers dozens of activities for everyone, from adults to children, even for the little ones. One of the best things to do at the Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is spending time at Bebe Spa. This spa is located on the Vakalomalagi hill, which means heavenly hill in the local language and it is located just above the resort which means it offers stunning views on the whole resort, on the sunsets and the boundless ocean. La Bebe Spa has received numerous awards and has eight rooms with outdoor veranda and bathtubs for relaxing and rejuvenating treatments. The Spa uses only local Pure Fiji products, all exceptional, all natural.

You could spend two or more weeks at Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort and never stay without things to do. The resort organizes several daily activities such as cooking classes, cocktail workshops, how to weave the palm leaves, to name a few. The Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is located on the main island of Viti Levu and on the southern area of the Coral Coast, which means that there are plenty of excursions that will fill your days. There are activities for all levels of interest, from nature to adventure, without forgetting culture, water sports and even golf. For those who want to get out of the resort even for shopping, the Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is a five-minute drive from the shopping center along the Sigatoka River, the main town on the Coral Coast and halfway between Suva and Nadi, respectively the capital of Fiji and the third largest city of the nation.


Nestled amongst 40 acres of palm fringed gardens and blissful beachside, Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is one of the largest 5-star resorts in the area. Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is situated on the beachfront of Fiji’s picturesque Coral Coast. The Coral Coast is recognised as an established tourist destination in Fiji so the opportunities surrounding the resort are endless! There are many local villages surrounding the area and Nadi International Airport is just over an hours’ drive away.


P.O. Box 173
Sigatoka, Coral Coast, Fiji
+679 650 0044

reservations@outriggerfiji.com.fj | outrigger-fiji-beach-resort.com

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Bebe Spa

Be captivated by Bebe! Cocooned in a culture 3,000 years in the making, a new spa experience emerges like no other. Signature treatments using indigenous ingredients and techniques fuse with the world’s finest spa products from Pevonia Botanica. This spectacular spa floats majestically above Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on a plateau known to local villagers as Vakalomalagi Hill – Heavenly Hill. Surrounded by deliciously lush, undulating landscape, this location is at a breathtaking altitude offering the purest ocean views. Rising above in design, concept, and location, Bebe Spa encompasses eight treatment rooms with private open-air balconies that reveal sweeping views of the Coral Coast. All balconies feature unique “Showers in the Sky” and four of these balconies provide hydrotherapy tubs to bathe in sublime relaxation. Your cocoon awaits.  Emerge renewed from Bebe Spa at Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort.

Bebe Spa Services

Balancing the energizing health benefits of hydrotherapy with the relaxing, soothing, and rejuvenating effects of aromatherapy, Bebe Spa offers a peaceful sanctuary where physical, mental, and spiritual health is cared for equally.  Experience traditional Fijian techniques and ingredients melded with the best of Asian spa treatments. Bebe Spa features the coconut oil-based, all-natural nourishing products of Pure Fiji and Pevonia Botanica.

New to Bebe’s treatment menu is the Bebe Vakaviti Signature Massage, which seamlessly unites traditional Fijian massage techniques with an ancient Hawaiian massage style. This treatment uses light massage and stretching and gentle application of warm towels to draw out tension, realign the body and leave the mind and spirit in a complete state of serenity.

Bebe’s exfoliation and detoxification treatments are taken to new heights by the new Tropical Salt Mousse Exfoliation and Tropical Escape treatment.

Both treatments utilize a tantalizing body brushing technique and salt mousse exfoliation, expelling impurities and improving circulation before each treatment together with the natural anti-aging properties of papaya and pineapple in a lotion or wrap to smooth, nourish and rejuvenate the skin.

Value for Money

Double rooms are from just Euro 175,00 in low season; and from Euro 360,00 in high. These rates are per room and per day and not include breakfast. Rates are subject to change without prior notice.

Access for guests with disabilities?

Their goal is to make every guest’s stay as enjoyable and comfortable as possible. Specific room features and services for guests with disabilities vary at the resort. If you require special accommodations, please contact the hotel for more information and assistance with your travel plans.


Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort understands that family fun does not end at 12 years old. Their kids’ program incorporates Little Riggers for 3-7 years (free!), Beach Riggers for 8-12 (also free!) and teen activities for older teens (for a nominal fee). Younger ones will be entertained by water polo, Fijian games, local tours, educational action and more. Teens will be kept smiling with activities designed to enrich their Fijian understanding; special hikes, tours, sand dune adventures and even a visit to a local high school.

When to go?

A wonderful place to visit year-round, the best time to visit Fiji is largely a personal preference. Depending on the kind of holiday you want to have and what you’ll want to do while here, the best time to visit Fiji may differ. Consider influences like weather, pricing and crowds when deciding the best time to visit Fiji for your holiday. Peak and off-peak seasons may be one of the biggest factors affecting your decision on when to travel to Fiji as the most popular times are not only more expensive but are also the busiest.

July to August is usually one of the busiest periods as many families choose to travel during the Australian and new Zealand winter school holidays. Over the Christmas/New Year period, the resorts are also often filled with families taking a break during the Southern Hemisphere summer holidays. If you’re travelling with the whole family, you might not have much choice however if you’re visiting with a group of friends, we recommend taking advantage of the off-peak deals and quieter islands in the low seasons (February, March, June, October & November). This is usually the best time for couples to visit, particularly if they wish to have peaceful, relaxing and romantic holiday.

Being a tropical destination, Fiji weather is generally pleasant and fairly mild through the year, however you may notice the the wet and dry seasonal variations. Like most tropical climates, the wet season occurs during summer where high temperatures and increased humidity lead to higher levels of precipitation and in Fiji, an increased risk of cyclones. The summer wet season runs from November to March with temperatures in the low 30’s and only dropping to a balmy 27 degrees Celsius overnight. Situated in the Southern Hemisphere, Fiji’s dry season occurs during the cooler months from May to September when temperatures remain warm enough to enjoy swimming, sunbathing and a range of Fiji’s most popular tours and activities.

Overall, the best time to visit Fiji is from late October to early November when the cost of getting and staying here has not yet reached its peak. During this period, the weather is dry, settled and warm and the beaches and resorts are far less crowded as school is still in.

History of Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

While Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is fully owned and operated by the island resort brand Outrigger Hotels & Resorts since 2015, it used to be a dairy farm called the Reef Estate and you can still see some cows roaming freely in the surrounding areas. The local farmers sold the property to a pair of Australian and New Zealander investors who converted it into the Reef Resort in the mid-60s, one of the first resorts to open in the popular Coral Coast. Reef Resort developed and expanded several times, adding more rooms and infrastructure and it was finally sold to Mr. Geoffrey Shaw in 1989. Mr. Shaw, who also owned sister property Castaway Island, renovated it and managed it for a decade before selling a participation to Outrigger Hotels & Resorts.

Jointly, they developed the resort to its current state with around 250 rooms and bures and all its facilities. Outrigger Hotels & Resorts also started to manage the property under its brand name, Outrigger Reef Fiji which reopened for business in 2000 in the current structure. Outrigger Reef Fiji was later renamed Outrigger on the Lagoon, Fiji, a name which you can still find on some online resources. The brand finally acquired 100% ownership of the resort in 2015 and changed the name to Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort in line with its beachfront location strategy.

The Restaurants of Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

Inside the resort, there are five restaurants:

The Baravi Bar

This poolside restaurant is home to Asian fusion dining and traditional café style favorites for a poolside lunch.

Vale Ni Kana

The main restaurant offering breakfast daily and themed dinners of authentic international flavors as well as traditional Fijian feasts & live entertainment.

Ivi Restaurant

The award wining fine dining restaurant transforms Fiji’s freshest local produce and finest imports into a tempting menu.

Takia on the Go

Gourmet coffee & snacks to take away from the reception-side cafe

Sundowner Restaurant

Open-air deck and traditional Fijian bure, serving char grilled steaks, salads & wood fired gourmet pizzas.

Our Special Readings

The earthly paradise known as Fiji

The Fiji Islands are an earthly paradise and everyone knows it more or less. What still few people know is that a trip to these beautiful islands of the Pacific does not mean only sea, sun and relaxation. In this islands you will also find several places of interest (mainly naturalistic), many interesting things to see and many activities to enjoy, not only related to the ocean. The villages are very lively and will allow you to discover kind and friendly people and immerse yourself totally in the rich local culture. Viti Levu is the main island of the archipelago and is the place with major places of cultural interest, an island to be discovered.

Viti Levu is not only the largest island of Fiji, but it is also the economic and cultural center of the archipelago. Nadi is the most important city for tourism, since the international airport is located here, while Suva is the largest and most lively urban center in the entire South Pacific. The beaches of Viti Levu are probably not the best (except perhaps for the Coral Coast) but the island offers many other interesting opportunities such as a visit to the local villages and very suggestive trekking routes. The inland is characterized by a lush vegetation and it is here that you will find the best routes. What to see then in Viti Levu? Follow my journey.


Suva is the capital of Fiji and is the most important metropolitan center of the whole South Pacific (in fact the University of the South Pacific is located here). Here you will find little of what you are used to seeing in postcards or travel books. Suva represents a standard metropolitan city. If you love museums, do not miss the visit to Thurston Garden, the annexed exhibition tells the history of the archipelago from many different points of view (historical, cultural, political and economic) and is probably the most significant museum in the area. Not just culture but also nature. Among the various things to see in Suva there is also the Colo Forest Park, small but characterized by a very lush vegetation, typical of the rainforest, to be discovered by following the various paths. Here you will discover ancient colonial houses and have lunch in one of the most fashionable restaurants in the archipelago. Suva is a lively city that will most likely surprise you and that is why a visit, even just a day, is an experience not to be missed.

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Special City Guide: Coral Coast

Long before big jets began bringing visitors to Fiji, many affluent local residents built cottages on the dry southwestern shore of Viti Levu as sunny retreats from the rain and high humidity of Suva. When visitors started arriving in big numbers during the early 1960s, resorts sprang up among the cottages, and promoters gave a new, more appealing name to the 70km stretch of beaches and reef on either side of the town of Sigatoka: the Coral Coast. The appellation was apt, for coral reefs jut out like wide shelves from the white beaches that run between mountain ridges all along this picturesque coastline. In most spots the lagoon just reaches snorkeling depth at high tide, and when the water retreats, you can put on your reef sandals or a pair of old sneakers and walk out nearly to the surf pounding on the outer edge of the shelf.

It has dramatic scenery and some of the country’s better historical sites, and it’s a central location from which to see both the Suva and Nadi sides of Viti Levu. Pacific Harbour’s river rafting and other adventures are relatively close at hand. The Coral Coast is divided into three natural regions. Its only town, Sigatoka serves as both commercial and administrative headquarters. A primarily Indian settlement, it earns its living trading with farmers in the Sigatoka Valley, Fiji’s breadbasket.

Well worth a visit if you’re interested in island life and history, the Kalevu South Pacific Cultural Centre, on the Queen’s Road, presents demonstrations of traditional kava processing, handicraft making, lovo (in a hand-dug pit) cooking, and fishing. The cultural exhibits include not just Fiji but Samoa, Kiribati (in the central Pacific), and New Zealand.

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Special City Guide: Fiji

More than just a source of pristine bottled water and an idyllic honeymoon destination in the South Pacific, Fiji is a friendly place whose residents welcome travelers with a heartfelt “bula!” (health). Its cultural mix shows up in its traditional fire walking ceremonies, Indian restaurants, Chinese supermarkets and the European influence of Christianity. More than 100 of Fiji’s 300-plus islands are inhabited. Seek out Robinson Crusoe-like isolation on tiny Monuriki or pampered indulgences in resort-heavy Nadi or Denarau.

Fiji has a lot to offer in terms of raw material for building the region’s largest tourism industry. In the most-visited areas and especially on Fiji’s marvelous offshore islets, you’ll find gorgeous white-sand beaches bordered by curving coconut palms, azure lagoons, and colorful reefs offering world-class scuba diving and snorkeling, green mountains sweeping to the sea, and a tropical climate in which to enjoy it all.

Suva, the capital city on the largest island (Viti Levu) is home to half of Fiji’s population and the Fiji Museum, which tells the country’s story through musical instruments, cooking tools, and war clubs. It’s miles and miles of windswept, undulating sand, some dunes as high as 60 feet, at the island’s Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park. Hop over to Nadi on the west coast for the colorful Hindu Sri Siva Subrahmaniya Swami Temple, the largest in the southern hemisphere.

If asked, say yes to a drink of pungent yaqona, a relaxing traditional drink made from kava root. For a no-frills lunch in Nadi tuck into a filling pumpkin curry. Fijians love their lashings of coconut milk, served with ota miti, the tender young shoots of the wood fern, or in palusami to steam fresh fish wrapped in taro leaves. Juicy pineapples and mangos from Suva Municipal Market will satisfy any sweet cravings.

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