Paddle boarding around Malamala Beach Club


Visitors to Malamala Beach Club can while away the day beneath the shade of a swaying palm, listening to laid back tunes. For the more active day tripper, Malamala Beach Club offers complimentary use of non-motorised water sports equipment for snorkeling, kayaking and paddle boarding. Grab a friend and kayak or snorkel in the shallows. This Fiji island's crystal-clear waters are perfect for swimming and snorkeling.
There is plenty to do on the island….or not do….its your choice!



Experience bliss at Malamala Beach Club and treat yourself to a relaxation treatment at 'The Massage'.

Set amidst lush tropical gardens, enjoy the unforgettable experience of an open-air massage treatment, cooled by the ocean breeze.

Take a stroll at Malamala Beach Club


Surrounded by crystal-clear waters, this little island is small enough to stroll around in 20 minutes but large enough to find a quiet space to contemplate the fabulous views. If you are after a bit more atmosphere and some laid back beats, head to the main club area by the pool or for peace and privacy, hire a Beachside Cabana for the day on the other side of the island.

Malamala Beach Club's jetty


Your day pass includes return coach connections and vessel transfers (vessel transfers are operated by South Sea Cruises). Vessel transfers depart Port Denarau at 10:00 am* and 12:00 pm daily, arriving at Malamala Beach Club at 10:30 am and 12:30 pm. Departures from Malamala Beach Club are at 4.15 pm* and 5.15 pm daily arriving at 4.45 pm and 5.45 pm respectively. Make sure to check your coach pick-up time from your resort or hotel. *If you are travelling to the Coral Coast, Natadola, Sonaisali area, you must travel on this service for your coach connection.

Coach Connection Timetables:

01 April 2022 - 30 June 2022

01 July 2022 onwards

Explore Malamala Beach Club's coral reefs


We feel a strong responsibility to the beautiful environment surrounding our little piece of paradise. We have a number of initiatives in place such as coral planting, an on-island glass crusher, and removal of invasive reef species to name a few.