The Turtle Club is Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spas fantastic children's centre offering a combination of local pastimes, outdoor and indoor activities to keep children between 2 - 12 years of age entertained. The club is located on the ground floor of the central resort building and is open from 09:00 - 21:00 daily.
The Turtle Club activities programme has been carefully planned to encourage maximum fun for children while incorporating a touch of Fijian culture into their holiday experience. In addition to regular resort-style activities and games, Sofitel Fiji offers junior guests the chance to play like a local.
Turtle Club activities include: meke lessons - the art of traditional Fijian dancing with chance to perform at the resort's beachside stage; coconut tree baskets, hat weaving and clay pot art; tapa printing - traditional screen printing; tennis lesson; beach soccer and rugby; shell collecting and beach treasure jewellery workshops; story telling; tall tales and local legends story book time; face painting and traditional dress up games; musical chairs and limbo; sand castle building competitions; Pani - a popular children's bowling game in Fiji.
Sofitel Turtle Club for children is more like "Camp Fiji", providing kids with the freedom and flexibility to explore the local culture with activities such as Fijian art and craft, outdoor adventures and even a chance to join a Fijian choir or try their hand at Pacific dancing. Sofitel even offer a stage by the beach for mini-entertainers to present their new found talents to an eager mum and dad audience.
Sofitel's lagoon pool stretches the entire length of the resort and features a separate "child friendly" end for younger kids. Older children can join the adults in the deep section for PADI scuba training, the 25 meter lap pool or spa while at the shallow end, water babes have a spectacular two story spiral slide to try over and over again.
Separate Children's buffet - forget a kids menu: Sofitel Fiji's Lagoon Restaurant offers a complete children's buffet designed to satisfy even the fussiest eater on holiday.