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Four Corners Restaurant is the perfect place to dine al fresco. This winter season, Chef Chuy Ayvar Senior and Junior, will be featuring an eclectic menu of coastal influenced surf and turf cuisine,
sushi and vegetarian fare.
We're a locally-owned neighborhood bar that's been serving Denver for a while now. In 2017, we changed owners and launches a new from-scratch menu and tap list. Our happy hour is Monday-Friday from
3-6, and we host brunch on the weekends.
Fijian weddings are internationally recognized and are legally binding. We have a number of wedding packages available and a wedding service can be tailored to your requirements. A member of our team
will assist in planning your dream wedding. We recommend that you plan to spend at least five nights at the resort, however, we do not require it. We also suggest having your wedding at least two days after the arrival, allowing you to rest and relax before the wedding. We will always try to provide the wedding date of your choice, but this cannot always be guaranteed. Registration is a required and you must go to the local registry office to obtain a wedding license. A current passport, birth certificate and proof of annulment or divorce (if previously married) are required.
The trickling streams and calling birds are some of the sounds you will hear during your coconut-oil massage, in the lush Fijian jungle surrounding
class="redacted-text">’s Rainforest Spa. The detoxifying leaves that swaddle you during the Banana Leaf Body Wrap come from our very own banana trees, and the coconut shavings used to polish and exfoliate your skin in the Sensational Scrub are supplied by a neighboring plantation. Everything at the Rainforest Spa is natural and homegrown. Our three treatment bures are lighted by candles and lanterns and decorated with giant ferns, and the products used during our spa treatments are made with fresh ingredients such as organic papaya, aloe vera, and cucumber. All you have to do while you are here is sit back, relax — and see, hear, feel, and smell the island.
CORAL GARDEN SNORKELING: A short drive or bike ride takes you to Coral Gardens along the Hibiscus road. Your fully guided snorkeling trip will delight you with lots of vibrant soft corals, brilliant
colored fish, an occasional larger visitor & caves all in our beautifully warm, tropical waters by the beach. KAYAK & SNORKEL-There are numerous opportunities to enjoy a variety of Fiji snorkeling locations while kayaking the lagoon. Together, these activities serve as a wonderful way to explore the house reef and see what the underworld Fiji is well known for. Both activities can be enjoyed for a little bit of exercise or pure leisure.
HEART OF YOGA CLASS with Molly The primary intention of the class is to cultivate a deepening in self honor and kindness, so that the you will be able to live from an open heart filled with
self-acceptance. This is Every day Yoga for Every Body. We will look into the heart of Yoga, as a practice that takes place on and off the mat, truly in all areas of our life, as a way of life. See the front office for weekly schedule.
GOLF-Join us for a challenging round of 9-hole Pitch N Putt Rainforest golf. The golf course at takes you
through our picturesque property and offers stunning views of the reef and rainforest. Look out for Mongoose holes, or water hazards. You will likely need to pack a few extra balls! This course is fun but not to be taken very seriously.
Join our activities guide for handline fishing on the waterfront. Handline fishing uses a single fishing line which is held in the hands. One or more lures or baited hooks are attached to the line.
Usually a weight and maybe a float are also attached. Handline Fishing is one of the oldest forms of fishing in Fiji and is still commonly used. The line can be jigged or moved up and down in a series of short movements, most often close to the sea floor. The motion attracts the fish, which are normally caught while trying to eat the lure but also as they move close to the jigged lure. The line is then hauled in and the fish removed. Handline fishing is most often used to catch ground fish and squid but other species are sometimes caught, including pelagic zone species. If you’re lucky, you might get one for dinner!