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    Fiji! We recently stayed at the Radisson Blu with a 9mo and 3.5yo. We went with friends and all the kids went to kids club twice (3hr afternoon session) - we hired a nanny for the kids that were under 4 but they all stayed together and did the kids club activities together.

    The rooms are a good size, get the 1br apartment - then you can put the kids to bed and close that area off. The pools are great, lots of shade sails and there's a waterslide! Plenty of activities and other resorts to visit for different restaurants etc.

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    Yep Fiji!!! We went to Outrigger last year with a 2yo and 13mo. Best holiday ever. The nannies are amazing.

    We're going back in 6 weeks!!!

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    How much is Fiji roughly? For family of 4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    How much is Fiji roughly? For family of 4?
    Depends where you stay but around 5k with flights, hotel should be enough this would include food.

    As for OP I would do Fiji over a cruise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janesmum123 View Post
    Depends where you stay but around 5k with flights, hotel should be enough this would include food.

    As for OP I would do Fiji over a cruise.
    I hate cruises I get major sick!! My last cruise I had to spend hundreds on needles to stop nausea lol. (I thought I was preg I was that sick!)

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    Resort. But I hate the idea of a cruise and DS 1 and I both get motion sickness.

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    I don't know many people that went on a cruise but all of those got gastro while on the trip.

    That's enough of a deterrent for me to never ever go on a cruise 😱

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    Fiji. My sister is a travel agent and we asked her the exact same question! We are off to Fiji in October with a 7 year old, a 10 month old and my niece who is 2. Staying at Radisson Blu - can't wait!

    Eta: we are paying just over $4000 for 10 nights, flights, meals and private transfers 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by New Hope View Post
    Fiji. My sister is a travel agent and we asked her the exact same question! We are off to Fiji in October with a 7 year old, a 10 month old and my niece who is 2. Staying at Radisson Blu - can't wait!

    Eta: we are paying just over $4000 for 10 nights, flights, meals and private transfers 😊
    Thanks for pricing estimate, have you pre paid food or is that an estimate?

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    We spent just over $4k on flights (from Sydney), transfers, and accommodation in a 1br apartment (not studio) for a family of 4. It also included some extras like one free kids club session per day for kids 4 and over. We probably spent about $1k while we were there on food, massages, cocktails etc.


 

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