Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been on a whirlwind adventure visiting Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji during their first international tour as a married couple. For those wanting to embark on their own romantic royal tour, look no further than the stunning hotels in K’gari (Fraser Island) and Fiji enjoyed by everyone’s favourite royal couple.
Kingfisher Bay Resort, K’gari
Queensland’s Fraser Island is known to the traditional owners of the land, the Butchulla people, as K’gari which means paradise. And paradise is certainly what Harry and Meghan found during their stay at the island’s Kingfisher Bay Resort. Harry and Meghan are not the first royal visitors the resort has welcomed. In 1994, Prince Charles visited the island when it was one of Australia’s first sustainable development projects. The resort is well known for its strong preservation focus for the natural flora and fauna of the island. It’s no wonder the eco warrior royals Harry and Meghan wanted to have some down time from royal duties at the Kingfisher Bay Resort.
The hotel has a royal package on offer for those wanting to follow in the footsteps of Harry and Meghan. The package, aptly named The Royal Retreat, offers 3 nights accommodation with a Wallum-lagoon view, full-day guided 4WD tour of the islands most picturesque locations, a walk through the rainforest of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy, a refreshing dip in the waters of Lake McKenzie, a wine and cheese platter at the Sunset Bar (at sunset… of course) and a relaxing massage at the Island Day Spa. The Royal Retreat package starts at AU $669 per person. Ready to feel royal?
Vatuvara Private Islands Resort, Fiji
Taking a short flight from Suva, Fiji during their royal tour, Harry and Meghan were hosted privately at the ultra-luxe Vatuvara Private Islands Resort. The resort is specifically designed for the discerning traveller, offering three all-inclusive private villas on 800 acres. The island accommodations are spacious, elegant and inspired by natural textiles and materials.
The island is only accessible via the island’s private jet, which means complete privacy. For the young royals, the island is a perfect destination to enjoy complete serenity during their busy tour.
Vatuvara Private Islands Resort offers an abundance of all-inclusive land and sea activities including: snorkelling, PADI scuba lessons, kayaking, golfing, yoga, spa treatments, gourmet cooking classes, all the wine, juice and smoothies you could want, Champagne picnics and guided island tours.
With the seal of approval from Harry and Meghan, you too can enjoy the Vatuvara Private Island Resort and its all-inclusive luxury stay.
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