Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa Location Home to one of Fiji's finest golden sand beaches as well as crystal clear lagoons, the Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa is perfectly nestled amongst the foliage of lush tropical gardens on Fiji's Coral Coast. Our resort is situated 101 kilometres south-east of Nadi International Airport and 105 kilometres west of the capital city, Suva. As such, travelling time from the resort to the airport is approximately 90 minutes, and we would be happy to arrange a transfer for you on request.
Once you arrive, you will be located within convenient reach of many of the island's most popular attractions. From rich cultural experiences at a Fijian traditional village to exploring the spectacular natural beauty of Fiji, all of the island's pleasures await from the Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa. To view our interactive map, please click here.
Kula Eco Park is the environmental focal point of the South Pacific and Fiji's centre for the captive breeding of endangered species. Visitors to the park will find themselves immersed in a microcosm of the island's natural wildlife and will return with a better understanding of Fiji's natural flora and fauna. Kula Eco Park is just a 30-minute drive away and trips to the park can be arranged from the resort.
Dive Beqa Lagoon on Fiji -
One of the best known Fiji scuba diving destinations and once christened ‘The Mecca of Pacific Diving', Beqa Lagoon (pronounced Benga) can easily be accessed from the Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa. The lagoon offers divers the joy of exploring Fiji's magical underwater world, all within the protection of the lagoon's reef - and dive trips can be organised from the resort's own Dive Shop.
Navua River - Inland Tours of Fiji -
An hour's drive down the Queen's Highway toward the capital of Suva is the Navua River. A boat ride up the river allows visitors to get an unparalleled glimpse of highland culture, beautiful rainforest scenery and exhilarating white water. Day trips can be organised from the Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa Tour Desk.
Village Visit on Fiji -
One of the best ways to experience the true culture of Fiji is to pay a visit to a local village, where the lifestyle is laid-back, but deeply rooted in traditional beliefs and values. Once a week, guests get the opportunity to visit Komave Village (a 15-minute walk along a white sandy beach), where they will be traditionally welcomed and invited to feast on some home-made lunch. No visit to the Komave Village is complete without some dancing and merry-making!
Biausevu Waterfall Tour -
The Biausevu Waterfall (also known as Savu Na Mate Laya Falls) is a breath-taking 20 metre waterfall, offering the kind of beauty that has excited and thrilled visitors and locals alike for many years. Given it slides down in two tiers this really is one of the more impressive waterfalls in the whole of Fiji. A trip to the waterfall can be easily organised from the resort tour desk.