Whether its families, honeymooners or Truman Burbank of the 1998 blockbuster film, Fiji has always been one the world’s most desirable holiday destinations.
The tropical paradise is a jewel in the crown of the South Pacific – and is renowned for its palm-lined beaches and crystal-clear lagoons.
Its golf facilities are of worthy note, too. Especially Natadola Bay Golf Course, which hosts the annual Fiji International. The championship course opened in 2009 and was designed by Fijian golfing legend and former World No.1 Vijay Singh, who worked with Greg Letsche to redesign 10 of the 18 holes in 2016.
Now, Natadola Bay Golf Course has partnered with The Sheraton & Westin Resorts on Denarau to offer a range of fantastic stay and play packages.
The pick of the bunch, however, has been labelled ‘Golfing Heaven’ and includes: Fivenights’ deluxe accommodation in an Ocean Breeze room for two people, inclusive of buffet breakfast; two rounds of golf for two players at Natadola Bay, inclusive of return transfers; and two rounds of golf at Denarau Golf & Racquet Club.
Denarau boasts an interesting 6,538-metre par-72 layout, which was designed by Eiichi Motobashi and features quirky bunkers in the shape of marine creatures.
The five-night package starts at $3,999 (Fijian dollars) for all bookings made between April 1 and October 14, 2018. Quote “GOLF FIJI” when making your booking via email to email@example.com.
For more information and to book, visit www.natadolabay.com, call (679) 673 3500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The 4th hole at Natadola Bay is just one of the 15 holes that play alongside the Pacific Ocean.
The 15th hole typically plays downwind – and a hazard awaits behind the green.