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At Namale Every Day Offers a New Adventure
All Inclusive Fiji Activities
Guests can take part in guided scheduled activities or venture out independently into the water or the rainforest, into town or to the golf course.
A breakdown of included activities is as follows:
Freshwater Swimming Pools
Reef & Tide Pool Exploring
9-Hole Golf (with 18 tee boxes)
Rain Forest & Waterfall Hikes
Indoor Bowling Alley
Coconut Shows & Tours
Village Craft Days
Hand Line Fishing
Fijian Village Tours
Church Services (Sunday only)
Banana Boat Rides
GYM & FITNESS CENTER
At 1,200 square feet, our gym is equipped with a wide array of features and equipment, including an elliptical, Stairmaster, free weights, yoga mats and more. The gym is located next to the Kava Bowl and is open 24 hours.
The Kava Bowl is the only indoor entertainment center of its kind in all of Fiji. The center is around 1,200 square feet, fully carpeted, air conditioned and equipped with wi-fi. The following activities, or the equipment for the activities, are located in the Kava Bowl:
2 10-pin Bowling alleys
3-D Virtual Golf
Every evening, you can expect some authentic cultural interaction based out of the Bure Levu Restaurant. Guests can get to experience a social kava (Fiji’s national drink) drinking session together with serenades every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. We also host cultural tributes to India (Monday), Polynesia (Wednesday) and Fiji (Friday) with a village choir performing every Sunday.
FIJI ACTIVITES AT AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE
As a predominantly all-inclusive property, there are only a few activities that require additional payment. These activities are as follows:
J Hunter Black Pearl Farm Tour – FJD $40.00 per person
I would like to take this opportunity to express my sadness for the loss of "Sam" and to share a story that I think everyone will enjoy.
On my honeymoon at Namale Resort & Spa with my wife Danielle we hiked into the woods a couple miles and had a lunch by the waterfall. We told them to come back in couple hours and we proceeded to have a nice romantic lunch, the whole time taking pictures. After about 15 minutes of being in the lagoon I climbed on to a rock and said to my wife, "hey take a picture" I then realized that my wedding ring was