Your travel guide to Fiji, with an eco-friendly focus
Where to stay in Fiji
If you are seeking privacy, a bit of seclusion and a quiet resort with outstanding service, look no further than five-star Nanuku Resort.
Located in Pacific Harbour, the adventure capital, it’s a 2.5-hour drive from Nadi airport.
For couples, the resort can set up an exclusive treetop dining experience, or you can take a ride on a boat to the nearby Nanuku private island to dine on a chef-prepared gourmet picnic, stargaze or even stay overnight.
Fiji is one of the best but lesser known destinations for stargazing, and NASA has donated one of their Dobsonian telescopes so that you can catch a clear view of Saturn, Venus, Mars and the stars while you wait for your dinner at the beachfront restaurant.
Expect to be swept away by the staff’s warmth and care with their impeccable service, starting with the traditional warrior greeting when you arrive. The rooms here are just divine, within steps of the beach and each with their own pool, outdoor shower, popcorn machine and a scrumptious spread of welcome desserts.
When snorkelling, you will see bright blue starfish, angel fish, damsel fish, parrot fish and lion fish, with the breathtaking Beqa Lagoon as the backdrop. Beqa Lagoon is known for its intriguing wrecks and incredible fish diversity of more than 300 species, making it a diving hotspot.
Nanuku Resort: 11 Nanuku Drive, Pacific Harbour, Fiji