We have been Owners since 2003 and we would say that purchasing holiday Credits with Wyndham was a truly inspired decision and one with which we have absolutely no regrets. We have enjoyed many weeks of delightful holidays and stayed multiple times at resorts including Denarau Island, Sydney, Pokolbin Hill and Golden Beach – our son and his family also enjoyed a stay at Kirra Beach.
Our favourite resort is Denarau Island, Fiji, where we have visited 12 times since joining – sometimes just Annette and myself but also with our daughter and family or our son and his family. Continue reading
Fun in the mud!
What does one do to keep warm in Melbourne in winter?
Fly to Fiji.
My wife and I, together with one of our daughters and one of our 13 grandchildren did precisely that. We left Melbourne at 9.30am on the 30th June 2013 with the temperature touching 4 degrees and arrived in Fiji at 4.15pm (Fiji time) with the temperature at 30 degrees. Continue reading
Sabeto mud and hot springs were unbelievable!
First time visiting Fiji, the whole family decided to go to Wyndham Resort Denarau Island.
We fell in love with the resort and location, people are so friendly and the atmosphere was great. Continue reading
Our trip to Denarau Island, Fiji, in 2010
We’ve all been there. All those exciting months of planning and booking, the packing and anticipation of things to come. Then the big day arrives. All the last minute hustle and bustle before you jump in the car and start the infamous road trip arguments. How long till we’re there? I’m hungry. My Nintendo has gone flat. But then you see it. The first road sign that indicates you are on the final path to your much awaited destination. Continue reading
This was about our 17th trip to Denarau Island, Fiji. It’s our home away from home.
Watching the sunset every afternoon was my highlight. The staff and locals are amazing and there is no time like “Fiji time”.
We signed up to Wyndham (Trendwest) back in 2001. Prior to that we were staying over at the Coral Coast. Best thing we ever did. Our kids love it… we have made so many fond memories here at Fiji.
WorldMark Owner since 2001
Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific Denarau Island
Bula. Thank you, staff at Wyndham, for a fantastic week.
We brought friends, who hadn’t yet enjoyed Wyndham’s hospitality, and they are now new Owners, committed to enjoying what you have to offer. Continue reading
I would like to share our awesome experience during our family holidays this January 2013 at Fiji – Wyndham Denarau Island.
We stayed for a week (too short for the excellent time), we really didn’t have any need to go out of the resort.
During our stay the staff prepared a lot of activities: fish feeding, frog hunting, frog races, dye t-shirts, races in the pool for everyone (including my husband, Luis), aqua dance, bingo, etc… Continue reading
Before and after Cyclone Evan at Wyndham Resort Denarau Island
Emma, daughter of Wyndham staffer Scott Campbell, shares her perspective of Tropical Cyclone Evan – which hit Denarau Island during their recent family holiday.
It was hard to believe that the way in which WorldMark welcomed us into our long looked-forward-to holiday could be warmer than Fiji’s afternoon sun above casting a dry heat over the beautiful island of Denarau.
Although, as the friendly staff and a strumming ukulele greeted us into the foyer, alarming announcements on cyclone ‘Evan’ pinned to the notice board were also present. Continue reading
Two lovely cocktails from the pool bar
Hey guys!!! Jale from WorldMark Denarau Island told us to upload a few photos from here in paradise.
We are on our honeymoon in Fiji and have been here for a couple of days now and never want to leave. Continue reading
Grandson Jack, grand daughter Georgia, eldest daughter Kylie and me
I have been an Owner since 2004. This was my 5th visit to Wyndham Resort Denarau Island, Fiji, the most beautiful paradise, and beautiful people.
My three adult children and partners, and two grandchildren joined me this time, which was really special. The first week was beautiful weather, but the second was rain, floods and passing cyclones. Continue reading