7 Best Resorts in Fiji
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Turtle Island, Fiji
Famous for being the setting of The Blue Lagoon, Turtle Island resort has just completed renovations and is now better than ever. It now offers over 14 ocean view, solar powered villas with traditional Fijan architecture and aesthetic such as ceilings made from woven coconut palms and fallen tree limbs, as well sewn fabrics made by local merchants. Private accommodations and activities include scuba diving, sunset cruises, horseback riding, island expeditions, culture nights, fishing, scuba diving, a phenomenal SPA, and picnics that could be arranged on the beach.
Kokomo Private Island Resort
When it opened, Kokomo Private Island resort managed to single handedly redefine Fijan luxury. With over 140 surrounding acres of lush and natural rainforest as well as some of the most pristine white sands on the planet, Kokomo should definitely be on your next travel list. Relax in over 21 open plan beachfront villas each with an azure infinity pool, rainforest shower, walled garden, five restaurants, a 5 star SPA, and much, much, more. Make sure to try the fresh caught yellowfin tuna before departing.
Laucala Island Resort
The private resort of Luacala occupies a secluded, small sliver of the vast 3,500 acre Pacific Island of Fiji and therefore has the unique opportunity to act as its very own self-sustaining community with fresh livestock, local crops, herbs, etc. The resort has over 25 ocean front villas with private beaches and gardens as well as pools galore. Enjoy the local equestrian center as well as a massive lagoon pool which stretches right to the sand. Golfer? The 18-hole championship course is built directly into the jungle. Thrill-seeker? There’s a dive center with a Super Falcon submarine that takes guests out for a submerged spin—it's rumored to have cost the owner $1.7 million.
Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort
With over 25 villas set on a former coconut plantation, Cousteau Resort is one of the most unique and culturally immersive resorts in Fiji. Exploring the extensive property, you’ll manage to find private woven hammocks, a hidden treasure in the form of a beachfront spa hut specializing in Fijan massages, two restaurants, a kid’s club with crab hunts and even sandcastle contests, and anything else your heart desires.
Matangi Private Island Resort
Yet another former coconut plantation, Matangi Private Island Resort has traditional bures and split-level tree houses set amongst the lush tropical rain forests and by the sea. There’s no mystery why Matangi Resort is one of the most popular resorts for honeymooners with gourmet local seafood, sea dives, water sports and romantic dinners, etc.
Nukubati Private Fiji
One of the most authentic island in Fiji, Nukubati Private Island is an expansive, eco resort for adults only, making it perfect for couples, owned entirely by native Fijan islanders. The 7 bures are simple but stylish with rattan furniture, woven palm rugs, and rooms that are cooled entirely by the tranquil ocean breeze, and have private porches overlooking a gorgeous stretch of sand. When not swimming or snorkeling, guests are treated to hyper-local meals built around ingredients picked from the organic garden in the pavilion.
Namale Resort and SPA
Located on a former copra plantation, this romantic, adults only Namale Resort has 19 thatch-roof bures with private decks surrounded by virgin rainforest overlooking a volcanic beach. Make sure to hit the 10,000-square-foot cliffside spa for treatments that incorporate green tea and coconut milk, play a game on the 9-hole golf course, or try out one of the motorized sports like wake-boarding or sailing.