Nanuku complimentary ‘sitting’, from tots to tweens

Child minding from 0 to 14 years

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A luxury family holiday is now even easier at Nanuku Auberge Resort (Pacific Harbour, Fiji) with the launch of Nanuku’s new babysitting, accommodation and dining benefits.

The resort is now including complimentary babysitting for every child under six, who will be allocated a dedicated Nanny for the entire duration of their stay, newborns included. Children aged six to 14 years will be allocated a Nanny or Buddy (iTokani in Fijian) per family during their stay (extended from 12 years old).

Young, wild and free

Children up to eight years stay, play and eat for free (extended from six years old). Children nine to 14 years pay only 50% of the normal children’s meal plans (extended from 12 years old).

General Manager Sascha Hemmann comments, “Our vision is to ensure families are completely supported at Nanuku – to savour precious time together and also treat exhausted parents to well-earned rest and relaxation.”

“We understand the vital importance of unplugging families from the daily grind and to immerse them in ‘nature’s playground’. To help them rediscover mother nature and enjoy the way previous generations grew up – outdoors, uninhibited and free – this is the spirit of Fiji and Nanuku,” Hemmann said.

Nanuku’s Lailai Adventure Club is no ordinary kids’ club. Rather, children are completely immersed in nature, mindfulness, education and traditional experiences chaperoned by their nannies and buddies. Optional daily programs include cultural activities, traditional cooking, dancing, moonlight cinema nights, water sports, sandcastle building, zip lining, crab racing, volleyball, rock climbing, crafts at Cakava Creative Workshop and more.

Nanuku’s on-site Marine Scientist educates children about conserving the local ecosystem with activities such as coral planting to build up the local reef, as well as mangrove tree planting to improve water quality.

Parents have the opportunity for rest and relaxation or to engage in Nanuku’s 50+ land/sea adventures, either alone, or as a family with the support of their nannies and buddies, when desired.

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