Preparing for your upcoming vacation? Ready for an island getaway that will leave you feeling both refreshed and enriched in the local culture, heritage and culinary experience you’ll find there? Officially known as the Republic of Fiji, but colloquially called just Fiji, is an island country in Melanesia located in the south Pacific Ocean. Fiji is what’s known as an archipelago, with more than 330 islands.
Of those islands, only 110 are permanently inhabited, and many of them are reserved for private island retreats just for you. Fiji is surrounded by beautiful, turquoise waters and covered with tropical rainforests. The climate is tropical, making it warm all year round, perfect for both summer and winter vacations.
Fiji is a place of many wonders. From its tropical rainforests, to its long stretches of beaches, to its almost completely untouched private islands – whatever experience you’re looking for, you’re bound to find it here. If you’re a couple looking for a getaway in a private island bungalow, or a family looking to stay on the beach, you’ll be able to find the exact resort you need to make your island destination vacation memorable for the rest of your life!
Let’s have a look at the best resorts in Fiji:
1. Likuliku Lagoon Resort Fiji
Couples seeking a romantic escape, or newlyweds planning your first honeymoon, you’ll want to look into the idyllic, island paradise escape of Likuliku Lagoon Resort. This resort is set amongst the natural landscape of the island, located on Malolo Island. Likuliku Lagoon is an adults-only retreat surrounded by lush, green vegetation and sparkling blue waters. You can take your pick of “bures” (the Fijian word for rooms!) that are beachfront, garden front, or over the water on stilts.
Guests are invited to dine on the best, delicious island or international cuisine at the on-site restaurant, made with the freshest local ingredients found on the island. Likuliku Lagoon Resort has a spa for those looking to complete their tranquil vacation with stunning island treatments, or island activities that range from snorkeling to exploring the island by trail.