Daku Resort is a glittering jewel in the tranquillity of Savusavu Bay. It has all the pleasures of a bure in a traditional bayside resort without the  prices of a five star resort. A mile outside Savusavu, it is situated in beautiful tropical gardens looking out over the bay.
Daku Resort is built on an old coconut plantation overlooking the bay. Behind it, the mountains rise up steeply offering great walks with fantastic views. In front, the sea laps at the shore and you can swim out to our pontoon or take our boat to the nearby coral reefs – there are even some small reefs in front of the resort. Staying at Daku is like stepping into a Fijian family, where the staff greet you each morning and stop to hear about your day, happy to  answer your questions about Fijian life or arrange your trips around the area.  Accommodation ranges from self-catering  villas with their own pools to simple bures around the main resort pool.

Room types

5 individual ocean view bures $404
Bures 1 – 5.
Each sleeps 2 people with room for a child. Bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, private deck, air conditioning.
3 family ocean view bures F$507 or $258 for one bedroom.
Bures 6 / 7 and 8 / 9.
Each has 2 bedrooms with a lockable interconnecting door and sleeps 4 people - 2 in each of the 2 bedrooms with room for a child if needed. Bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, private deck, air conditioning in one of the rooms.
2 Bayview Villas $880.
Each has 2 bedrooms and sleeps 4 people - 2 in each of the 2 bedrooms. Both have en suite bathrooms. Kitchen, lounge, deck and private swimming pool. Air-conditioning.
Beachhouse $694
Sleeps 5 people. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms (two en suite). Kitchen, lounge, large covered deck.
Cottage $694
Sleeps 6 people in 3 bedrooms - two double beds, two singles. Two bathrooms, kitchen, lounge, covered deck.
Poolhouse $735 Sleeps up to 12 people. 4 bedrooms, each with its own entrance. Three with ensuite bathrooms, one with a bathroom across the lounge. This means that the Poolhouse can be booked for a family / group, or on an individual room basis. Four bathrooms (three are ensuite), shared kitchen, lounge, deck. Looks onto resort swimming pool.
Most rooms have air conditioning: please enquire.
All prices are in Fiji dollars and include all govt taxes.


  • Air Conditioning
  • Baby sitter
  • Car Parking
  • Complimentary airport pick up
  • Conference Centre
  • Event Planning
  • Fridge (in room)
  • Guest Laundry/Valet Service 
  • Internet
  • Non Smoking Rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool 
  • Wedding Facilities
  • Wi-fi

Our activities

We offer many of the activities you’d want in Fiji, plus a unique range of week-long retreats in yoga, painting, writing, singing, bird watching and more. Taught by experts in their field, they create a time for you to celebrate your passion, deepen your skill, and see what you can really achieve.  And throughout the year we can take you snorkeling, book you SCUBA diving, send you out kayaking, show you how traditional Fijian bark cloth (tapa) is made, arrange for a trip to a waterfall or accompany you on a visit to a local village.
  • Kava ceremony
  • Kayaks
  • Musical And Cultural Entertainment
  • Snorkelling
  • Volleyball


All our meals are served either in the big bure or under the covered deck by the pool.  We serve buffet breakfasts  (continental or cooked), and lunches that can range from chicken wraps to fish goujons and vegetable curries to just a plate of fries for the kids when needed.  At dinner, we invite everyone to eat together at the resort’s communal table – but there’s plenty of space if you prefer a quiet table on your own. The choice varies from three course gourmet dinners to traditional Fijian dishes – and you can always ask for a dish of your own choosing. We cater for vegetarians and gluten free diets.


Fiji Pearls Ocean Swim: We are hosting Fiji’s Northern Division’s first open water Ocean Swim at the end of May. There are two marathon swims and one middle-distance swim: Marathon swims: 10k swim on Wednesday May 29 and 5k swim on Friday May 31
Middle distance swim : 2k swim on Thursday May 30.

Birdwatching: a tour that includes a trip to Devo to see the rare silktail. June 10 – 17.

Nia dance: a fabulous week filled with joy and energy. August 17 – 24

Painting: the Joy of painting – September 7 – 14.

Yoga teacher training: 200 hour teacher training course. September 1 - 24


We will pick you up from Savusavu airport – just give us your flight details. Or if you’re coming in to Labasa airport, we can arrange a taxi for F$120 to bring you straight to Daku.
PO Box 18 Savusavu Fiji
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  • Kava ceremony
  • Kayaks
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  • Musical And Cultural Entertainment
  • Snorkelling
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  • Volleyball