Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

The Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort on the Coral Coast of the amazing South Pacific nation has been one of the country’s most popular properties thanks to its oceanfront bures, fantastic food and beverage, leisure activities on offer and amazing hospitality.

Alongside well appointed rooms and great restaurants, one of the top offerings at the resort is the Talai Butler Service, which includes complimentary welcome drinks, cold towel, and champagne and canapes delivered every afternoon to your room.

Talai butlers are available to unpack and iron your clothing, recommend tours and activities, make restaurant reservations and are available from 7am-11pm daily.

The property also has a fantastic ‘Meimei’ nanny service, which ensures youngsters are engaged in fun indoor and outdoor activities customized for their age and interests. They engage with Fijian culture and hospitality through games, arts and crafts, and simple language lessons.

It all adds up to one of the best resort experiences found anywhere in the South Pacific and it helps ensure a stay at the Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort is always a memorable one.

To find out more about what the property has to offer, Wayfarer host and HM Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, goes behind the scenes at Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort with General Manager, Darren Shaw (in the video above).


Fiji Airways flies to the nation’s largest city of Nadi from Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Christchurch, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Melbourne, San Francisco, Singapore, Sydney, Vancouver (coming soon), Wellington and across the South Pacific.

The flights are operated by Fiji Airways’ world class fleet, which includes the flagship Airbus A350-900, headlined by the carrier’s all-new Business Class that features flatbed seats with all-aisle access.

Onboard Fiji Airways flights at the pointy end, expect top food and wine, particularly thanks to the new Business class menu from renowned Kiwi-Fijian chef Richard Cross, fantastic entertainment (including Wayfarer TV episodes!), a sleeper service for overnight flights and some of the world’s best onboard service.

In economy class, passengers can upgrade their journey with some additional benefits such as the My Bubble and My Island seating arrangements allow passengers to purchase an extra seat or row respectively in economy for extra space and comfort. My Island comes with a mattress topper, Business class pillow, additional blanket and seat belt extension.

Travellers onboard all services will enjoy the award-winning Fijian hospitality and travel perks including increased baggage allowance from 23kg to 30kg for economy class passengers on all international flights and a complementary ‘Our Ocean Our Life’ in-flight activity pack for kids.

Fiji Airways recently announced the launch of Vancouver flights, which commence on November 25, and alongside the new services, Fiji Airways’ CEO, Andre Viljoen, has bigger plans for the company, including doubling Los Angeles and upping San Francisco flights, adding extra Airbus A350 XWB aircraft and continuing to up the onboard food and beverage ante.

The plans come alongside soaring performance for Fiji Airways, with the carrier reporting phenomenal forward bookings in 2023 that are already ahead of 2019’s solid numbers.

To find out the latest, Wayfarer Host and HM Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, spoke exclusively on camera to Viljoen at Nadi Airport recently.

Fiji Airways will fly direct to and from Vancouver twice a week on Mondays and Fridays from November 25 and Viljoen told Wayfarer services could be increased on the back of demand.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management