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Nanuku throws blackout periods out the window

March 20, 2018 Resort News No Comments Email Email

Breaking with Fiji’s long-established school holiday and peak travel period blackouts, Nanuku Auberge Resort has decided to abolish the practice and allow bookings to be made at any time of year on any type of luxury villa accommodation the resort offers its guests.

To celebrate the move, Nanuku Auberge Resort  has released a two-tiered stay option offering guests the choice of B&B or full board and inclusive of a FJD150.00 per day resort credit.

Option one offers a 20 per cent discount on accommodation costs plus complimentary land transfers for stays of between three to six nights.

Option two offers a 30 per cent discount on accommodation plus a one-way air transfers and a one-way road transfer for stays on seven nights or more.

All stays at Nanuku Auberge resort include complimentary non-alcoholic beverages from in-room minibars, complimentary high-speed internet and 50-plus in-room movies, daily afternoon team, in-room popcorn machines, cookies at turn-down and evening snacks at the resort’s Clubhouse.

A busy complimentary activity program includes yoga, a cultural night, the opportunity to join in coral and mangrove planting, arts and crafts plus access to non-motorised water sports.

Conditions apply. Valid for sale from 01 April 2018 to 13 December 2018 and valid for travel 01 April to 20 December 2018

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