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Nanuku’s Lailai Chil­dren’s Club com­bines fun with a pro­grammed aimed at teach­ing chil­dren some­thing about the cul­ture. Kids can learn how Fi­jians use ev­ery part of the coconut, thread tra­di­tional beads or weave a bas­ket. Ex­pe­ri­ences are es­pe­cially tai­lored for your child – noth­ing is cookie-cut­ter – and nan­nies are on standby from eight in the morn­ing to nine at night.

It is of­ten dif­fi­cult to know what to do with teenagers, but Nanuku has that cov­ered. Older chil­dren (aged eight to 16) are paired with ded­i­cated hosts and of­fered every­thing from a soc­cer ball to kick around to a sa­fari ad­ven­ture. Even evening meals can be in­di­vid­u­ally tai­lored.

The re­sort is on the Coral Coast near Pa­cific Har­bour, which as luck would have it is Fiji’s “ad­ven­ture cap­i­tal” which means there’s no way your chil­dren will be bored. The South Pa­cific’s only zi­pline ad­ven­ture is nearby or kids can try ‘horse-board­ing’, where your boo­gie board is pulled across the la­goon by a trot­ting horse. You can even take a cave sa­fari and wade by lan­tern light through Fiji’s largest cave sys­tem, or pre­tend you are Swiss Fam­ily Robin­son cast­aways on Nanuku’s own pri­vate is­land.

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