Photo courtesy of Nanuku Auberge Resort
Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji
Even though this beachfront, all-inclusive resort is on the south side of Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu, it feels like it’s on its own private island, with nearly two miles of sandy beachfront cradled by rain-forested hill and its own private airstrip for quick flights to and from the Nadi airport. But if you really are looking for a private-island experience, they’ve got that covered, too: Nanuku Auberge Resort has it’s own 2-acre white-sand-and-coconut-palm island nearby, where guests can spend an afternoon snorkeling, swimming, relaxing, or – for the ultimate in tropical “glamping,” unleash your inner Robinson Crusoe and arrange for an overnight “camping” experience. The resort feels intimate, with only 24 villa and suite accommodations that range from 1-bedroom ocean-view or beachfront pool suites to 1- and 2-bedroom beachfront villas, as well as expansive residences either on the beach or hilltop. The resort is a natural for couples, but parents will love all of the activities geared toward kids, as well as the nanny services for younger ones and “buddies” for older children, to keep them occupied while mom and dad enjoy the swim-up bar at the pool. And because it’s within the Pacific Harbour region of the island – famous as the activity capital – there are plentiful opportunities for activities like zip-lining, whitewater rafting, and sandboarding.
By Deb Hopewell, AFAR Contributor
Pacific Harbour, Fiji
+679 345 2100
Sun - Sat 12am - 12pm