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Fiji’s most luxurious resorts

Fiji’s most luxurious resorts


First Class has hand-picked some of Fiji’s most luxurious resorts for you to dream about and soon that dream may just turn into a reality. Who could say no to powdery white sand, the lapping turquoise waters and the ever friendly sounds of Bula Vinaka.

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Under water fiji

Likuliku – A haven for adults

Likuliku Fiji Image:Travmedia

This lagoon resort is a haven for adults and access is reserved exclusively for in resident guests. Oh save me from the masses! The bures are your authentic Tahitian style over the water bures set on a natural lagoon and surrounded by a protected marine sanctuary.

Likuliku embodies the tradition of Fiji in its mix of natural materials including hand woven thatched ceilings. Looking like an authentic Fijian village when viewed from the water there are also more modern features in the room such as DVD players, aircon and king sized beds.

Every Friday night is a traditional Meke dance followed by a Lovo feast and on Monday nights one can join in the kava ceremony.

Activities include SUP, kayaking, snorkelling and diving and long romantic walks.

Laucala – 25 oversized villas

Laucala fiji: Image Travmedia

3200 acres and 370 staff means plenty of social distancing available. This private island resort offers a fairy tale setting of swaying coconut palms, white sandy beaches and lush green mountains.

There are 25 oversized villas set in dramatic locations around the island.

Activities include golf on the resorts 18 hole championship course, horse riding, jet skis, snorkelling and diving, yoga, a decadent spa and a resort submarine,

Activities abound with an 18 hole championship golf course, horse riding, jet skis, world class diving and snorkelling, yoga instructors, game fishing, decadent Spa, and cultural evenings.

(Not for those who don’t feel comfortable with an abattoir on the island)

Six Senses Fiji – The mod cons of a five star resort

If you’re not one for small planes, the Six Senses Fiji is for you. Just a 35 minute speedboat ride from Denaru , you can put your flying fears to rest. Situated on 120 acres of Malolo Island, the resort offers a private beach and reef, a yoga pavilion, gym, outdoor cinema, five restaurants, an ice creamery and a spa. Wow. Can we take a breath now!

Like most of the luxury resorts in Fiji, Six Senses combines traditional Fijian design with the mod cons of a five star resort. There are beachfront pool villas each with a private pool and unrivalled views of the beach.

Yet what Six Senses is truly renowned for is their spa. It is hidden in dense jungle and overflows with traditional and aromatherapy inspired treatments. There are also private yoga sessions and meditation.

We all love to contribute to the environment and here one can help via coral planting.

Kokomo – A secluded private island

Kokomo: Image Kokomo

Kokomo is the passion project of Lang Walker AO. This secluded private island sweeps across 140 acres and lounges next to the Great Astrolabe Reef which is the fourth largest reef in the world. Here you can enjoy scuba, snorkelling, fishing and eve outer reef surfing.

Decadence is found in the owner’s beachfront residence but the expansive hilltop Luxury Residences and the beachside villas aren’t too bad either. Each features its own infinity pool and private walled garden.

Swoop in on a seaplane or a helicopter  and enjoy a dine in villa, a free nanny service and a truly fancy kids club.

A secluded oasis, encircled by the famous Great Astrolabe Reef and located on the edge of the Celestial Kadavu Island Group. Kokomo Island is approximately 45 minutes flight from Nadi International Airport and only 25 minutes South of Suva airport, on mainland Fiji.

Royal Davui – With a mandatory private pool, sundeck and spa bathAn Octopus’ Garden Awaits

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Royal Davui Image: istock

There are just sixteen villas at this adult’s only paradise. Each villa offers the mandatory private pool, sundeck and spa bath. Besides the crystal waters, ivory white sand and being on a private island Royal Davul boasts a freshly baked loaf of banana bread on arrival. Yum. Also included are sunset canapes, evening entertainment, a weekly bbq on the beach, a kava ceremony, certain activities and non-motorised water sports.

A Pure Fiji is perfect for those wanting some extra pampering.

The pick of the accommodation is the Royal Davui Pool suite with 360 degree lagoon views and a divine outdoor deck.

Take a dip in your heated plunge pool whilst surveying the other inhabitants such as the local dolphins and sea turtles which will swim over the reef. The scent of frangipani and other island perfumes waft in from your private garden which surrounds each villa.

No matter which property you choose to stay at you will experience the absolute ultimate in paradise.

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