Enjoy Your Fiji Holiday at Tanoa Rakiraki

Nadi, Fiji (PressExposure) August 19, 2009 -- Tourists and nature-lovers planning a vacation trip soon are invited to make their reservations at Tanoa Rakiraki Hotel in Nadi, Fiji. Located near the rural township of Rakiraki, the Fiji hotel offers cozy accommodations and competent facilities for a wide range of activities that will make every visit an enjoyable experience.

Aside from providing amply furnished Fiji accommodations that are thoughtfully designed to remind guests of home, Tanoa Rakiraki has a range of facilities and services to offer. The in-house restaurant serves fresh seafood dishes and local fruits and vegetables picked straight from its own organic garden. The hotel's accommodating staff can arrange special excursions on or off the main island for the adventurous guests, as well as provide access to facilities for water sports activities. Those who prefer a quieter and more relaxing vacation can choose from cooling off at the outdoor swimming pool, going lawn bowling, or playing billiards.

A two-and-a-half hour drive from the Nadi Airport, the hotel is situated in an area that many visitors rarely get to see. Rakiraki is a colonial township that exudes an old-world ambience and boasts of genuine island hospitality, something that the Fiji hotel takes pride in offering as well.

To learn more about Tanoa Rakiraki and to make direct reservations online, visit http://www.tanoarakiraki.com/.

Contact Information

Tanoa Rakiraki PO Box 31, Rakiraki, Fiji Islands

Tel: (679) 669 4101 Fax: (679) 669 4545 E-mail: rakirakihotel@tanoahotels.com.fj Website: http://www.tanoarakiraki.com/

About Tanoa Rakiraki

Tanoa Rakiraki has 36 comfortable guest rooms all equipped with modern amenities for a most relaxing stay. This hotel in Fiji is situated in the rural town of Rakiraki, and is an ideal jump-off point for guests looking to explore the main or nearby islands.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 18, 2009 at 4:55 am
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