This Marina area is a great place to visit if you are staying at one of the Denarau Island Resorts or waiting for a cruise or island day trip. As the gateway to the Mamanuca Islands there is a lot going on, from island ferries and cruise ships disembarking sunburnt passengers to locals selling their souvenirs. One of our favourite things to do is to is sit by the water, relax & absorb the sun and watch the luxury boats anchored in the Port. Each evening around 7pm there is Fijian entertainment in the centre plaza, Fijian dancing, torch dancing, singing etc, it varies each night.
Maybe not quite in the same league as your Westfield at home, this is a good little shopping centre with a good range of shops including a supermarket, hot bread shop, chemist, lots of restaurants and souvenir shops. It is also great for the kids as it offers a bakery, ice-cream shop and beauty parlour (braids and henna). Shop here rather than the resort shops as it’s less expensive.
If your tired of resort food, Denarau Marina offers about a dozen different restaurants including Hard Rock Café, Indigo serves some of the best Indian food in Fiji, Amalfi (Italian) all with good kids menus. At night a number of these restaurants have live bands creating a lively atmosphere.
Close to the hotels on Denarau, you can take a 15 minute walk along concrete walkways leading to and from the shopping complex or if it’s hot catch the Bula bus which operates from 7:30am to 11:30pm daily (F$8 per day for unlimited use).
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