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What an amazing experience at Malamala Beach Club! Loved & thoroughly enjoyed all the time spent here at Malamala Beach Club.
I did the Malamala Beach Club booking with South Sea Cruises.
For Malamala Beach Club - Full Day Pass- Transfers from Nadi and Port Denarau are included; however recently South Sea Cruises have made some changes for pick-up locations so don’t rely on the pdf you get in the email, after the booking.
Cruise departed at 10 and I reached at Port Denarau at around 9:15am to collect boarding pass. Expect long queues and reach at-least 30-45 mins before cruise departing time.
Cruise was completely packed.
Reached Malamala Beach Club in 30-40 mins.
Unlike South Sea Island where there is no jetty, and from cruise you need to get into smaller boats, Malamala Beach Club has Jetty, meaning, no smaller boats transfers needed.
Free unlimited Wifi and towels provided at club.
They take your Credit Card and give you a plastic card with number written on it. Whenever you order any food, staff see the number, write your order, take your signature and order is delivered. Before leaving Club, you would clear your dues either by Cash or by Card (expect to pay 3% or so surcharge on the card if it’s AU or NZ or any other international Visa / Mastercard)
There were paid Cabanas available for 80 FJD.
Fresh coconuts available for 10 FJD and lots of food, drinks options available including Vegetarian options.
All non motored equipment’s were available for free including Paddle Boarding or stand-up paddling, Kayak, Snorkelling gear.
You can enjoy swimming or just relax and enjoy the music, eat food, go kayaking or paddle boarding or snorkelling, in short there is plenty of things to do and keep everyone busy.
A big shout out to Mario and Vinni - Staff who took us on guided Snorkelling tour free of cost and they were super friendly, lovely and very helpful.
At around 5:15 it was time to say goodbye.
South sea cruise came to pick up passengers.
Now, the best part, as the cruise was departing, staff at Malamala Beach Club came to the Jetty to say passengers Good bye and kept waving hands till you could see them.
All in all, a great day spent and worth all the money spending.
In case you don’t wish to take up free transfers and chose to travel by cab then I have locals tip-
In Fiji, always go by metered cab.
LH (number plate starts with LH XXX) cabs charges are higher. So, catch a normal cab.
Ask local to call on 2000 or 6000 to arrange for a metered cab.
Meter starts with 1.5FJD & after 10pm, it would start with 2FJD.
Vinaka Vaka Levu (Thank you very much) for reading this!