Laying in a hammock on a tropical island is truly the ultimate in relaxation and #holidayvibes! Whether you curl up with your significant other, a good book, cold coconut, or a margarita, there is just something so chilled about swaying gently beneath the palms. We have compiled a list of some of the best hammocks in the South Pacific.
Cook Islands: Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort
Home to some of the most instagrammable hammocks around is Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort. Located between the palms next to a striking azure lagoon, you really can’t get much better than this in terms of location, the perfect spot to relax and watch the sunset.
Tahiti: Bora Bora Pearl Resort & Spa
Bora Bora is a magnificently picturesque destination where rugged ‘Jurassic park’ like peaks slope into perfect white sandy beaches and are met by calm & clear lagoons. At Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa, they know the only thing that can make that view better - is seeing it from a primly positioned hammock. So grab a book and swing beneath the palms as the days float by.
Fiji: Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa
Take a remote island in Fiji, add a beautiful 4-star resort, now throw in a few perfectly positioned hammocks and you have Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa! Positioned around a turquoise lagoon, with a lush tropical jungle in the background, your hammock is the perfect spot to enjoy stunning sunsets every evening.
Vanuatu: The Havannah
Okay so the term ‘hammock’ might be a stretch for this one, but a daybed hanging from a thatched bure overlooking the infinity pool kind of qualifies. Let’s call it a luxury upgraded version of a hammock! Welcome to The Havannah, a divine 5-star resort in Vanuatu, where a simple hammock just didn’t quite cut it. This hanging day bed is the ultimate spot to relax and enjoy the tropical weather.
Samoa: Seabreeze Resort Samoa
Set on Samoa’s southeast coast around a private bay is Seabreeze Resort Samoa, a resort that understands that the little things make all the difference! One of our favourite touches is that all their Ocean View Villas have a hammock on their balcony looking towards the ocean. Nothing says luxury and romance like a glass of French Champagne as you sit in a hammock watching the sunset over a secluded beach.
Tahiti: Conrad Bora Bora Nui
The Conrad Bora Bora Nui has incomparable views of Bora Bora’s crystal blue water and the surrounding lush green mountains. The resort is a destination in itself, with winding paths that literally float above water. The resorts’ Overwater Villas have magnificent hammocks that extend off their balconies over the lagoon, the hammocks allow guests not only unobstructed views of the water, but an awesome vantage point to see the whole resort. This is the best spot for sunset, grab a few pillows and watch the day turn into night!
Cook Islands: Manuia Beach Resort
Known for its private beachfront location and fiery sunsets each evening, Manuia Beach Resort is also home to some idyllically located hammocks. The hammocks overlook the soft white sand and are only a few steps away from the ocean or the refreshing infinity pool. You are also close to the resorts excellent OTB Restaurant & Bar, so why not order a cocktail or a cold coconut and enjoy the cool sea breeze.
Fiji: Malolo Island
A hammock is the ideal way to unwind and enjoy the fresh island air at Malolo Island Fiji, a resort that perfectly combines local Fijian hospitality and community with modern luxury. The resort is small enough to offer intimate and personal service, but big enough to have an atmosphere. In order to appreciate the natural beauty of the destination, perch on a primly positioned hammock amongst the palms, forget your stresses and really enjoy the holiday vibe.
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If you think we have missed an amazing hammock in the South Pacific please leave a comment and tell us your favourite hammock and why! If you would like more information about any of the resorts mentioned, please get in touch with our team of specialist travel consultants on 1800 800 722.comments powered by Disqus