Fiji Resorts Still Open After Cyclone Winston

Fiji Open for Business post Cyclone Winston

Many Fiji Resorts Are Open For Business After Cyclone Winston

Our thoughts continue to remain with those throughout Fiji who are suffering from Cyclone Winston. As we mentioned in our last blog post here, Fiji is resilient. With that being said, there are many resorts that are open and have been fully operational. These resorts are excited to welcome guests!

There are, however, some resorts temporarily closed due to Cyclone Winston that are currently cleaning up and/or rebuilding. Our Fiji Vacations team will help keep you updated on the status of resort openings, so you can keep your vacation plans on track.

Generally, you’ll find that resorts in Denarau, Coral Coast and Nadi are open. The affected areas where resort openings and temporary closings vary include the Yasawas, Mamanucas, Taveuni, and more.

Please see the resort status list below and continue to check our blog for updates or call us at 1.800.927.1923 for new updates or re-booking options.

Fiji Resort Status Updates

 (PLEASE NOTE: Updates below are current as of February 25. This is not an exhaustive list and updates below can change and are revised daily. Please call us if you have additional questions.)

  • Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa: Open
  • Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa: Open
  • Jean-Michel Cousteau: Temporarily closed. The resort will open at the end of March 2016.
  • Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa: The resort will welcome guests from March 15, 2016 onwards in the following room categories: Garden Bure, Two Bedroom Bure, Two Bedroom Pool Bure, Three Bedroom Villa, and Honeymoon Bure. The Edgewater Lagoon will re-open at a later date. Edgewater Villas and Floating Bures will re-open June 1, 2016. Edgewater Bures will re-open August 1, 2016.
  • Lalati Resort & Spa: Open
  • Laucala Island: Temporarily closed
  • Likuliku Lagoon Resort: Temporarily closed. Resort will re-open on March 5, 2016.
  • Lomani Island Resort: Open
  • Matana Beach Resort: Open
  • Matangi Island: Open
  • Matava: Open
  • Musket Cove Island Resort: Open
  • Namale Resort: Temporarily closed
  • Nanuku Auberge Resort: Open
  • Naviti Island Resort: Open
  • Navutu Stars: Resort will re-open March 1, 2016.
  • Nukubati Private Island: Open
  • Outrigger on The Lagoon: Open
  • Paradise Cove Resort: Open
  • Qamea: Open
  • Radisson Blu: Open
  • Royal Davui Island Resort: Open
  • Sheraton Tokoriki: Resort is closed until May 31, 2016.
  • Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa: Open
  • Taveuni Garden Resort: Temporarily closed
  • The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa: Open; offering limited services.
  • Tokoriki Island Resort: Temporarily closed; the resort tentative opening date is March 17, 2016.
  • Tropica Island Resort: Open
  • Vomo Island Resort: Temporarily closed; the resort tentative opening date is late May 2016.
  • Wyndham Resort Denarau: Open
  • Yasawa Island Resort & Spa: Resort to re-open on March 1.

If you are heading to Fiji and have extra clothes and supplies to donate, consider packing an extra bag of those donations and bring them with you to Fiji. You can bring anything like school supplies, book bags, clothing, bed linens, etc. We are sure that any donations would be very much appreciated to the locals in surrounding villages.

You can also donate to the Loloma Foundation here. Mention “Fiji Vacations/Fiji Relief Efforts” in the comment section when you make the donation, so we can track funding status.