Which resort is best for me? Discover where and which ones best suit your next vacation/holiday needs with these world-class tropical resorts in Fiji.
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As you have probably noticed about Fiji resorts, the term resort is used in a broad sense which is in line with Fiji's laid-back lifestyle.
Resorts in Fiji can mean anything from just a few run-down bures on the beach to massive monolithic resorts containing hundreds of rooms complete with numerous pools, restaurants, tennis courts, spa facilities, and more.
Resort locations also vary from being on mudflats/mangroves on Viti Levu to having their own unspoilt island with white sand beaches and azure waters.
A bure (pronounced boo-ray) in Fiji traditional refers to a stand alone room with a thatched roof.
Generally, resorts feature bure style accommodation. This can mean anything from a budget bure where animals can wander through it, up to luxury bures having your own private plunge pool, air conditioning, and butler.
A resort 'bure' at Qamea Island Resort - photo courtesy of TripAdvisor
To help you with the type of holiday you're looking for, here are some typical resort themes:
Or by area:
Taveuni Palms Fiji, a stunning luxury honeymoon resort on Taveuni Island
photo courtesy of TripAdvisor
The bulk of Fiji accommodation falls in the mid-range category. Mid-range resorts upwards generally means non-motorised activities are included. These usually include activities such as: snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, and windsurfing.
Other activities (if available) such as board games, ball sports, pool games etc would also be complimentary.
If you'd like to do activities such as: diving, parasailing, wakeboarding, jetskiing, waterskiing, or fishing, you'll generally find they cost extra. Check out the activities page for a full rundown of activities.
Mum and sister parasailing on Denarau Island, Viti Levu
Seclusion depends on the resort's location. Many resorts classify themselves as 'island resorts'. This means they are situated on an island, either by-itself or with other resorts and/or villages.
Privacy depends on the resort itself and it's layout. You'll generally find adults-only resorts (usually aimed at honeymooners and couples) and some luxurious resorts offer the most privacy. Some budget style accommodation can offer a remote location if one is savvy enough to find it.
For privacy and seclusion, Likuliku Lagoon Resort is hard to beat
photo courtesy of TripAdvisor
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We stayed on Denarau Island near Nadi. What we loved about here is that it's close to the Nadi International Airport and that it's really convenient …
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