Fiji Resort Offers Individual Nanny Care

Happy news for vacationing families in Fiji: A nanny service which provides parents with affordable and personalized child care for eight hours a day will launch at Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji on April 1.
 
The Meimei Nanny Service is unique to the resort and is available in a package which gives children aged two to 12 four consecutive days of personalized care for up to eight hours a day for $245 Fijian or AUD$135. (That's around $123 for Americans.)
 
Daily Meimei activities include learning Fijian arts and crafts, being taught traditional fishing methods and basic language lessons. Parents receive a summary of their child’s daily activities and take part in an introductory meeting with their Meimei, allowing the nanny to customise activities for each child.
 
The service is available 9 a.m.–11 p.m. and must be booked for four consecutive days. Other children’s features include purpose-built Plantation Family Bures and a Kids Club.
 
For additional information, visit www.outriggerfiji.com.

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