With its azure lagoons, 333 idyllic islands and five-star resorts, happiness will always find you in this tropical paradise and with our guide to where to sleep, play and eat in Fiji you’re sure to have a memorable escape.
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Tadrai Fiji: Perfect for honeymooners and couples looking for absolute privacy and serenity, Tadrai Island Resort is an adults-only haven located a short 15-minute helicopter flight from Nadi on a secluded beachfront spot on the stunning Mana Island.
Defining the ultimate bespoke VIP experience, Tadrai offers guests a range of dining options. Whether you want to request that your favourite dishes will be served in your villa or in the resort’s signature Na Vatu Rock Pool Restaurant, or that your preferred beverages are on ice, Tadrai will tailor your experience to your personal desires.
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Royal Davui: Expect barefoot luxury at its finest at this exclusive, adults-only Fijian resort where you’ll feel a million miles away from far away. Situated in the spectacular Beqa Lagoon, Royal Davui is a private island paradise that can accommodate just a few lucky guests at a time. Guests can enjoy heavenly spa treatments, fresh seafood dinners, off-island experiences and even romantic picnics on a sand cay that perfect for proposals.
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Namale: This multi-award winning resort is the ultimate all-inclusive holiday destination and the creation of motivational speaker and celebrity Tony Robbins. Nestled between the rainforest and the breathtaking Koro Sea Tony Robbins has created the perfect setting for those seeking island serenity and the ultimate escape for the rich and famous with Namale Resort & Spa often playing host to celebrities like Russell Crowe, Mike Myers, Edward Norton and more.
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Cloud 9: You may have heard stories about a bar that floats in the middle of the ocean, and we’re to tell you that the rumours are true. Cloud 9 sits atop Fiji’s turquoise waters and can only be reached by boat. For those that embark on the journey to reach this tropical watering hole, wood-fired pizzas, a fully stocked bar, great music, plenty of sunloungers and 360-degree ocean views await.
Snorkelling: Wherever you are in Fiji, you’re never too far away for a colourful reef just waiting to be explored. So grab your snorkel and mask and head to one of Fiji’s top snorkelling spots which include Beqa Lagoon, Namena Marina Reserve and Rainbow Reef.
Mamanuca Islands: The Mamanuca Islands of Fiji are a volcanic archipelago lying to the west of Nadi and to the south of the Yasawa Islands. It’s here that you’ll find 20 palm-fringed islands that are home to some of Fiji’s most exclusive resorts, great watersports and untouched beaches.
Banyan Bar and Restaurant at Royal Davui: Romance abounds at this restaurant hidden between lush Fijian rainforest and the ocean. Be treated to tropical flavours and exotic cocktails in a casual atmosphere.
Wicked Walu Seafood Restaurant at Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa: Perched on the shore of this private-island resort, Wicked Walu has previously been voted Fiji’s Best Restaurant and are known for their mouth-watering seafood. Standout dishes include baby octopus with mint and chilli; prawn Piri Piri with jasmine rice; and herb crusted mahi-mahi with lemon butter.
Takali Terrace at Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa: It’s all about the ocean views at this tropical eatery that serves up panoramic vistas with all-day poolside bites or Asian cuisine and seafood for dinner.
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