Dreaming of a luxury holiday? Whether it’s an indulgent getaway for family and friends, a honeymoon, special celebration or just purely to spoil yourself, we’ve got just the place for the ultimate holiday.
Close your eyes and let yourself be transported to a luxurious tropical island paradise with overwater bures and high-end properties, to private islands and island buyouts.
Check out just a few of the amazing resorts you enjoy in each Fijian region, starting with…
Vomo Island Resort: Long stretches of white sand beaches and crystal-clear waters – Vomo is a new style of luxury; understated, organic and genuine.There are two incredible private islands to explore with snorkeling and diving, creative dining options, an award-winning day spa and so much more, A favourite among couples and families, Vomo is one of Fiji’s most transformative luxury escapes.
Six Senses Fiji: The newest luxury resort in the Mamanuca Islands, Six Senses is comprised of 24 pool villas (12 beachfront & 12 hideaway, each with their own private pool and deck), a stunning beach and spectacular lagoon. Dining options highlight local ingredients, while a Six Senses Spa offers wellness together with water activities – snorkeling, stand up paddle boarding, sailing, kayaking, jet-ski safaris and so much more, and if watersports aren’t your thing, there are plenty of land activities too.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort: Named "Likuliku", meaning "calm waters", this is Fiji's first resort with over-water bures in a natural, island ocean lagoon and protected marine sanctuary. 100% Fijian family owned, this is a true haven of subtle luxury for adults only.Laze on your daybed surrounded by picturesque views, visit the Sacred Sites, snorkel the crystal-clear waters of Likuliku Lagoon, be pampered from head to toe or lose yourself to spectacular views as you jet ski to a deserted island.
Taveuni & Savusavu
Jean Michel Cousteau: This multi-award-winning eco-friendly, luxury boutique resort, built on the site of a former coconut plantation is alongside Savusavu Bay. Here, you’ll experience authentic luxury, unspoiled Fijian culture, engage with the surrounding pristine environment, including world-famous reefs and exotic marine life. Think of this as your very own Fijian village, surrounded by a marine sanctuary, a spectacular secluded coastline, coral reefs and exotic marine life; Jean Michel Cousteau resort is one of the most renowned destinations in the South Pacific.
Laucala: A private island refuge in the South Pacific, Laucala unites dramatic rainforest-laced landscapes and white sandy beaches with unparalleled levels of luxury and privacy. With a kaleidoscope of sporting and cultural activities - diving in a unique underwater world, rain forest tours, horseback riding, surfing, golfing on the 18-hole championship course, or meeting native artists, no expense has been spared at this exclusive tropical hideaway.
Yasawa Island Resort and Spa: Discretely hidden among the palms, this is an exclusive retreat on a remote and unspoiled island. There are just 18 bungalows hidden among the palms and each just a few steps from a pristine beach, where you can swim in clear waters, dive among vividly-coloured corals, connect with an ancient culture or indulge in Fiji’s first beachfront spa.There are 11 pristine white beaches to choose from, one of which was voted No. 4 best beach in the world in 2010. Whatever you choose to do at Yasawa, trust that you'll do it in complete seclusion.
Turtle Island Resort: Turtle Island is yours to discover. With only 14 Fijian villas (“bures”) available on the island, it provides a respite from the rest of the world. Private beaches, pristine waters, incredible sea life, secluded accommodations, and a plethora of activities to choose from, this may be the most peaceful place on the planet.100 staff for a maximum of 14 couples, 14 beaches, 1,000-square-foot "bure" cottages, and 1 personal assistant "Bure Mama" per couple – it’s all part of the package.
Nanuku Auberge Resort : Nanuku Auberge Resort is a sophisticated beachfront retreat located in Fiji’s Pacific Harbour. Home to a selection of suites, villas and residences, guests of the resort can choose to unwind in the Fiji Spa, partake in a selection of watersports, experience local adventure activities or sample Fijian arts and culture in the nearby Pacific Harbour Village. A must-do while staying at the resort is a Fijian Food Safari, which sees guests source produce from the local markets and crab farm, before returning to the resort to prepare unique cultural dishes inspired by the region.
Royal Davui: After an exclusive, adults only resort? Royal Davui Island Fiji Resort is it! Located in the spectacular Beqa Lagoon, you’ll find yourself surrounded by white sand beaches, turquoise waters and tall palms silhouetted against the setting sun. Unhurried and stress-free, you’ll feel a million miles from the hustle of modern living.
You can choose from 21 Beachfront Villas or opt for one of the five luxury residences all boasting striking views of the island.
Vatavara: Described by Forbes Magazine as “one of the world's most beautiful places”, Vatuvara Private Islands are idyllically hidden as far off the beaten path as one can imagine. This breathtaking destination is located in Fiji’s pristine northern Lau waters on Kaibu Island and offers a secluded, unspoiled paradise for the discerning traveler, accessible only by the resort’s private airplane.Do it all or do nothing at all… for the active traveler - scuba diving, jet skiing, game fishing, stand-up paddle boarding, day cruises, golf and much, much more. Or for those looking for something a little more tranquil, indulge in true relaxation in the comfort of your villa with a qualified spa therapist.
Dolphin Island: Just 20 minutes by private boat from shore, on the tip of Viti Levu, lies Dolphin Island, which offers a superb luxury 'castaway' experience to a maximum of just eight guests, on an exclusive-use basis, within the privacy of their very own 14-acre South Pacific tropical paradise - surrounded by crystal-clear, blue waters, palm trees, golden sand and fragrant flowers. Guests arrive by private boat and are immediately enveloped by the beauty and the style of hospitality that awaits.
Your luxury vacation in Fiji awaits you. Now, the hardest decision you’ll have to make is which region to choose. See you soon.