In the Know
We know that our guests seek out enriching encounters with the destination and authentic experiences that will get them up close and personal with the local culture. At InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa, you’ll be immersed in the intricacies of this unique location from the moment you arrive.
From the locally-inspired architecture and décor to the resort’s carefully chosen location to our warm service, you will experience authentic Fiji in every moment of your stay.
Kokoda (pronounced ko-kon-da in Fiji) is also known as 'Coconut Ceviche' and is a delicate, delicious Fijian favourite which is usually served as a starter on a bed of lettuce or with a fresh fruit salad. Kokoda is a simple yet delicious seafood dish that is quick and easy to make. It is a traditional Fijian dish of raw fish, where the fish is cooked in lemon or lime juice and coconut cream.
Join us in our cooking class & take a Fijian culinary adventure.
For centuries Navo Island has been treasured as a special place by the people of Sanasana Village. Located across the channel from Navo Restaurant, the island was once used as a settlement and place of retreat during times of war and conflict, where women and children were sheltered by warriors in secret interior caves and as a burial ground for high chiefs.
Over 50 staff have successfully been employed directly from the local village. Also local talent are involved in or take part in the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa choir, meke performances and handicrafts. All Sanasana Village donations go directly to the village. InterContinental Fiji also run village tours each week and on Sundays guests are welcome to attend the Sanasana church service.
InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa is committed to supporting Fiji’s local community. The resort team has been working with Malomalo Primary School since opening in May 2009 and is dedicated to enhancing and upgrading the schools facilities for the benefit of the children of Natadola Bay and surrounding villages.