As one of the most sought after countries to visit in the South Pacific, Fiji certainly has its fair share of incredible resorts. And if a private island sounds like your kind of getaway, you can rest assured Fiji has plenty of those too! So if you are planning a trip to Fiji, we’ve named the best resorts in Fiji for you to choose from. Below you will find a number of private islands, resorts and beautiful bungalows set in the beautiful landscapes of Fiji.
Kokomo Private Island
If budget is no problem for you, then look no further than Kokomo Private Island. Despite its exclusivity, Kokomo is an all-inclusive lodge, so once you arrive, there’ll be nothing to think about! Just kick back, relax in a hammock, or grab a sundowner on your private deck.
This resort offers 1, 2 and 3 bedroom private villas, making it a great choice for couples and small groups. Aside from meals and accommodation, water sports are also included so there’ll be plenty of things to do if you’re more of an active traveler.
As a diverse island with waterfalls, hiking trails and an impressive reef, Laucala is a great choice for adventurous travelers who want more options of fun things to do on vacation. There’s a huge range of watersports on offer, but there are also waterfalls, horseback riding on the beach, and incredible chefs who bring the adventure to your plate. This is hands down one of the best resorts in Fiji.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort
If you are in the market for an adults-only resort, then check yourself into Likuliku Lagoon Resort located 18 miles from Nadi. Accessible by boat and helicopter, this resort offers overwater bungalows, which are a hot favourite among honeymoon couples. However these traditional thatched-roof bungalows are anything but ordinary, as they are decked out with wi-fi, televisions and all the modern amenities you could need for your getaway.
Royal Davui Island Resort
As one of the smallest private islands in Fiji, Royal Davui is a top favourite amongst honeymooners and couples. Given the small size of the island, each villa feels private and secluded, with uninterrupted views over the Pacific Ocean. Royal Davui is also an adults only resort, making it a great choice for adults looking to get away from the kids and enjoy some alone time.
Read more: About my stay at Royal Davui
Six Senses Fiji
As one of the world’s leading resort brands, the Six Senses Fiji is an exceptional property to take in all that Fiji has to offer. Staying true to the name, the Six Senses Fiji focuses on a sensory overload, with incredible gastronomic food choices and even more incredible sunsets. Located on the shores of a picture-perfect white sand beach, you can reach the resort by speedboat or helicopter.
Vomo Island, Fiji
This small and secluded resort is one of the few privately owned resorts on our list, so if you’re looking for somewhere to lay low and fly under the radar, look no further than Vomo Island. The resort offers a handful of rooms on an 87-hectare island and is surrounded by incredible turquoise coral reefs with some of the best marine wildlife viewing in the world.
Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Fiji
With one of the best diving programs in the Pacific, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is a great choice for luxury travelers looking to stay busy and explore life underwater. This is also a child-friendly resort, making it a great choice if you’d like to bring the whole family. There are 25 rooms at the resort, making this a moderately sized resort and a great option if you consider yourself a social traveler.
After a helicopter ride, seaplane flight or motorboat ride to Dolphin Island, guests will be welcomed to absolute luxury from the moment they step onto the island. Private and secluded, this island is a top favourite for honeymoon couples and those looking to lap up the luxury of the South Pacific.
At this pristine four-star resort covered in tropical rainforest and surrounded by white sand beaches, kicking back and taking in the easy breezy sea life is almost a given. Once known as Castaway Island, Qalito Island is our ninth pick for the best resorts in Fiji. The resort is located on the west side of the island, plus there’s an impressive 70 hectares of wilderness to explore.