Malamala Beach Club in Fiji is the world’s first ever island beach club and it occupies an entire island. Lined with coconut trees and surrounded by soft white sand, this place is the ultimate paradise for one to escape from the hustle and bustle of the fast-paced city life that awaits us back home and indulge in a multitude of water sports.
Make sure to save a day in your Fiji itinerary for a day trip to Malamala Beach Club because it might just be the highlight of your vacation.
GETTING TO MALAMALA BEACH CLUB
A day pass would include transport and vessel transport from Port Denarau. Enjoy the panoramic views and breathe in the briny aroma of the surrounding waters during the 25-minute ride from Port Denarau to Malamala Beach Club.
A ticket to paradise from Nadi and Denarau area will cost FJ$169 per person, and this gives you access to complimentary Wi-Fi, towel service and non-motorised sports equipment for snorkelling, kayaking and stand-up paddling.
ENDLESS FUN AND RELAXATION
As aforementioned, the day pass to Malamala Beach Club would give you access to complimentary water sports so keep yourselves busy with these thrilling activities and admire the ravishing beauty of Fiji in the meantime.
We thoroughly enjoyed snorkelling in the crystal clear waters that surrounded the island and kayaking around Mala Mala Island. If you are not into getting wet and sweaty, relaxing by the beach in a cabana with a cocktail in hand is a great idea too.
DIVINE FIJIAN FOOD BY FIJI’S CELEBRITY CHEF
The kitchen at Malamala Beach Club is run by Fiji’s celebrity chef, Lance Seeto and they serve guests a range of small bites, hearty meals as well as several cocktails concocted using alcohol flavours unique to Fiji, such as the coconut Vodka.
Indulge in Seeto’s rendition of traditional Fijian dishes such as the Cumquat-cured Lobster Kokoda and the esteemed Spiced Goat Pie.
It takes less than 20 minutes the walk around the entire island where Malamala Beach Club resides, and just 35 minutes to kayak around the Mala Mala island.
This beach club promises an endless lineup of fun-filled activities and gourmet food such that you will surely leave satisfied. The best part? They only let in a limited number of guests to the island per day to prevent overcrowding so you would definitely get a slice of paradise.