Everyone knows that Fiji is the home of 5-star luxury resorts and all-inclusive holidays but if you really like luxury (and who doesn’t?!), then there is so much more than to Denarau and the Mamanuca Islands. Some of the most outstanding and breath-taking luxury resorts are just beyond the reach of the everyday traveller, located in some of the more exotic regions of Fiji.
Luxury Resorts in Fiji:
Royal Davui Island Resort:
Located on a private island in the stunning Beqa Lagoon, Royal Davui Island Resort is an all-inclusive and adults-only luxury resort. Superbly secluded, the island has only 16 Vales which are spread out across 10 acres of lush tropical scenery, ensuring ultimate privacy while enjoying your plunge pool and sun deck. The Royal Davui is accessible via seaplane, helicopter and by private vehicle transfer from Nadi Airport followed by a launch transfer to the private island.
Dolphin Island has an exclusive-use policy with a maximum capacity of just 8 people, making it perfect for a luxury group or family holiday in Fiji, or for a decadent Couple’s Retreat. The island has 14-acres of lush green interior and white sand beaches for you to spend your days exploring as well as stunning reefs for snorkelling and kayaking. Located to the North of Viti Levu, you will have a private vehicle transfer from Nadi Airport followed by a short 20-minute boat ride to arrive at your truly unique holiday destination (or by helicopter or seaplane on request).
Savasi Island is one of the most accessible luxury Fijian holidays you can experience on a private island. Located just 10 minutes from Savusavu airport, the island is close enough to land to facilitate road access, so you won’t need to get a boat transfer. It also means that you’ll have access to a wider range of activities and day trips as you won’t be restricted to the confines of the island. Despite its proximity to land however, the island is 52-acres and there are just 7 villas scattered along its coast line, ensuring that it retains the atmosphere of intimacy experienced in other private island resorts.
Matangi Private Island Resort:
Matangi Private Island Resort is located in Northern Fiji, close to Taveuni, and will require boat and/or air transfers to get to, but is well worth the effort. Situated on its own 240-acre horseshoe-shaped private island, this resort is home to just 9 bures and 3 treehouses, ensuring that you receive around-the-clock service and attention from the staff. With everything you’d expect from a private island resort including on-site spa and restaurants, private white-sand beaches and stunning scenery, the Matangi Private Island Resort experience is perfect for couples celebrating a honeymoon or anniversary.
Qamea Resort and Spa Fiji:
You had me at ‘spa’! Qamea Resort and Spa Fiji, located in Fiji’s lesser-explored Northern region, has a maximum capacity of just 34 adults at any given time, despite being located on a 100-acre private island. They are also home to the only Guinot spa in the South Pacific, making them the perfect option for a relaxing luxury holiday in Fiji. Similar to other private island resorts in Fiji, the island is accessible only by boat, which simply adds to the atmosphere of intimacy and seclusion.
Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji:
Personal butlers, private nannies and tailored experiences are all part of the 5-star luxury that Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji has on offer. The resort overlooks Beqa Lagoon, approx. 2.5 hours’ drive from Nadi, and is accessible by car as well as private helicopter or chartered plane transfer. Choose from beachfront villas or luxurious hilltop oceanview residences, multiple dining options, and a wide range of activities including day trips, cooking classes, spa treatments and more.
Custom Luxury Holidays in Fiji:
Spacifica Travel have strong relationships with all the properties listed above and can help you plan the perfect custom luxury holiday in Fiji, ensuring you receive a truly authentic Fijian experience. Call us on 1800 800 722 to speak to one of our specialist travel consultants today.comments powered by Disqus