Mango Bay Fishing Charters (MBFC)

Mango Bay Fishing Carters have been and remain a popular option for Tourists throughout the Coral Coast.Continue Reading …

More Accolades For Outrigger Fiji’s Bebe Spa Sanctuary.

CORAL COAST, FIJI – The accolades continue to roll in for Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort’s beautiful Bebe Spa Sanctuary with a recent win in the Pevonia Awards International Best Spa Design category.Continue Reading …

Rasta To Return To Fiji Coral Coast Sevens 2017

Fan favourite Rasta Rasivhenge will feature again at Fiji’s Coral Coast Sevens in January.

The 30-year-old, who took charge of the Olympic Games gold medal match last month, first refereed in Fiji in 2014 and will be back for the tournament at Lawaqa Park on 18-21 January.

“I was overwhelmed with the support that I received my first time in Fiji and I can’t wait to get back and be part of this special tournament,” he said from South Africa. ””The Coral Coast Sevens was tremendous back then and I really enjoyed it and I am sure the standard will be just as high this time around.”

International Referee Rasta Rashivenge & Fiji Coral Coast 7s Competition Manager Katja Imholz.

International Referee Rasta Rashivenge & Fiji Coral Coast 7s Competition Manager Katja Imholz.

Rasivhenge had the whistle when Fiji thrashed Great Britain 43-7 to win the country’s first-ever gold medal in Rio. Last October he became the youngest man to referee the Currie Cup Final in his home South Africa while this year he became a Super Rugby referee for the first time.

In July, Rasivhenge refereed his first Test match between Uganda and Namibia.

“The Olympics were definitely the highlight of my career and the Fijian performance in the final was simply outstanding,” Rasivhenge continued. “There is nowhere on earth that plays sevens like Fiji and I am looking forward to getting back amongst the locals again.

“We are delighted to welcome back Rasta to the Coral Coast as he was a wonderful ambassador for the game back in 2014,” said founding Chairman Jay Whyte. “The people of Fiji love the way he referees rugby sevens and he is an inspiration for the local referees and officials.

“We were excited when he was awarded the Olympic final and have no doubt he will continue to be among the best referees on the world circuit this season.”

The Fiji Coral Coast Sevens, founded in 2010, is the ‘champion of champions’ for the Pacific Rim and features 16 men’s and 16 women’s teams contesting more than $70,000 in prizemoney. Teams from Australia, Asia, the USA and Europe have been invited to take on the best sides in Fiji at the seventh edition in January.

Police and TFL Fijiana are the defending champions of the senior tournament while Lelean MS is the reigning champion of the Uprising Schools Sevens.

 

 

International Referee Rasta Rashivenge during one of the games at the 2015 Tournament.

International Referee Rasta Rashivenge during one of the games at the 2015 Tournament.

 

Australians Spread The Word On Fiji’s Bula Spirit

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA – A group of Australian travel writers recently visited Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort to help spread the word that it’s business as usual on Fiji’s Coral Coast following February’s Tropical Cyclone Winston.Continue Reading …

Outrigger Fiji Breaks Ground On New Community Tourism Project

Outrigger Fiji Breaks Ground On New Project

SIGATOKA, FIJI – The first earth has been turned at Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort’s latest community tourism project with General Manager Peter Hopgood getting on the business end of a shovel.Continue Reading …

Rugby Legends Meet At The Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

Early this week, Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort was energised as two of Rugby’s greats, former Wallabies captain George Gregan and Olympic Gold medallist and DHL Impact player Jasa Veremalua met at the resort. Continue Reading …

Coral Coast 7’s Dates Announced

The Fiji Coral Coast Sevens will return to Sigatoka on 18-21 January 2017.

Now in its seventh year, Fiji’s premier sevens tournament draws men’s, women’s and schools teams from around the Pacific to Lawaqa Park in ‘Rugbytown’.Continue Reading …

Outrigger Protects Clams And Coral

Outrigger protects clams and coral as part of world oceans day celebrations
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Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort supports Schoolboys Rugby

Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort supports Nadroga/Navosa Secondary Schoolboys Rugby.

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Fiji 7s Team Crowned World Champ

Fiji’s Coral Coast  would like to congratulate the Vodafone Fiji 7’s Team for winning the HSBC World Series, Going back to back for the first time.

Vinaka Mr Ben Ryan, the management and the boys for the hard work from all of us on the Coral Coast.

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Jasa Veremalua – Impact Player of the Season for 2015-16

Also, a big congratulation to one of our heroes from the Coral Coast who hails from the village of Korotogo, Jasa Veremalua.

In 2012 our CAMPESE-SEREVI MEDAL winner from Red Rock was Jasa Veremalua, who would be selected to represent Fiji immediately thereafter.

What a journey since then with Jasa being awarded the DHL Impact Player of the Season for 2015-16 in the HSBC World Series.

Jasa Veremalua

 

Hot Glass Fiji – Alice Hill Wins the 2016 Women in Business Aspiring Entrepreneur Award

Hot Glass Fiji – Alice Hill delighted to Win the 2016 Women in Business Aspiring Entrepreneur. Continue Reading …

The game is ON today at Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast Sevens 2016

The game is ON today at Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast Sevens 2016!

Come on along to Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka for FREE ENTRY for all spectators today!

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Outrigger Fiji Launches New Community Tourism Project

Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji has launched its first public community tourism project, underlining the company’s global commitment to provide a deeply engaging hotel experience for its guests.Continue Reading …

An expanded Crest Na Iri Trophy has been announced for the Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast Sevens

Sixteen women’s teams, up from 12 last year, are expected to compete for the $10,000 first prize at Lawaqa Park on November 13-15.Continue Reading …

Two more hotels have announced new partnerships with the Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast Sevens

Two more hotels have announced new partnerships with the Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast Sevens. Bedarra Beach Inn and Gecko’s Resort will both be Official Hotels of the tournament at Lawaqa Park on November 13-15. Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji renewed their association on Tuesday.

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Mango Bay now offering Great Winter Getaway!

Set across on 12 acre of lush tropical landscape MANGO BAY RESORT overlooks the enclosed bay offering sheltered clear waters and stunning white beachfront. Offering stunning Beachfront Bures, Garden View Bures and a mixture of dormitories.Continue Reading …

The Lauli’i Lions have been invited to represent Samoa at the Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast Sevens

The Lauli’i Lions have been invited to represent Samoa at the Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast Sevens after they beat Vaiala 17-12 in the inaugural Samoa Independence Sevens on Saturday.Continue Reading …

Unbelievable 2013 at Outrigger on the Lagoon ∙ Fiji

Coral Coast 5-star resort Outrigger on the Lagoon ∙ Fiji has had an unbelievably successful 2013 and this according to the General Manager Peter Hopgood is all thanks to the hard working staff and the greater support from the tourism industry.Continue Reading …

Coral Coast Hotels Raise $57,000 For Sigatoka District Hospital

The Sigatoka District Hospital charity golf day held at the Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course on Sunday 1st December has raised $57, 370 thanks to the efforts of Fiji’s corporate businesses and avid golfers.Continue Reading …

BMI EYE SPECIALISTS TREAT OVER 400 IN SIGATOKA

The 18 BMI eye specialists’ currently conducting free treatments at the Sigatoka District Hospital have seen over 400 patients since Sunday last week. 40 cataract and 20 Pterygium operations which is a non-cancerous growth that starts in the white thin tissue (conjunctiva) of the eye are being carried out by the team.Continue Reading …