Tambua Sands Beach Resort, Fiji, Fiji

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Room Types

* Garden Bure
* Beachfront Bure

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Facilities & Services

  • Freshwater Swimming Pool
  • Sandy Beach
  • Blue Lagoon
  • Restaurant & Bar
  • Newsstand
  • Tour Desk
  • Night Club at Naviti Resort
  • Kayaking & Snorkeling
  • Beach, Reef and Plantation Walks
  • Internet Access & Network Printing
  • Laundry Facility
  • Volleyball Court - Beach
  • 9 Hole Golf Course at Naviti Resort


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Tambua Sands Beach Resort

For an intimate and relaxing retreat, escape to Tambua Sands Beach Resort, the popular & affordable hotel in the Coral Coast region. Set amidst palm trees, tropical flora and fringed by a white sandy beach, the peaceful atmosphere provides the perfect setting for a relaxing Fiji holiday.

With fully air-conditioned accommodations, the beachfront and garden bures (bungalows) are generously spaced within the 17-acre coconut plantation.

Laze around the fresh water swimming pool or take a dip in the warm Pacific waters. The Coral Coast region has a variety of attractions. These include trekking to the spectacular cave near Tau village as well as tours to ancestral and historic sites.

A very Peaceful and tranquillity abound in the 25 beachfront and garden bures – the Fijian word for ‘villas’ – edging the serene waters at Tambua Sands Beach Resort. Guests savour the blissful scenery and gentle breezes from their own private cottage, mere steps from the sandy beach, coral reef and Coral Coast sunshine. Each gorgeous hotel room and suite features spacious bathrooms with showers, refrigerators, coffee/tea makers, ceiling fans, room service and magnificent views of the coast.

Address: Sigatoka, Coral Coast, Fiji

Phone: (679)-6724274

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Tambua Sands Restaurant
Serving mouth-watering Fijian cuisine, fresh seafood and cocktails in a casual beach setting, the Tambua Sands Restaurant offers relaxed dining with soothing views of the tropical garden and beach. On many occasions, guests of the Tambua Sands can also experience a traditional Fijian kava ceremony – a local festivity where guests drink kava from a coconut bowl and celebrate.