Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) March 07, 2014
Setting a new benchmark in luxury in the South Pacific, Nanuku Resort & Spa Fiji will welcome its first guests when it opens this month (March 1, 2014) in Pacific Harbour Fiji, the only all inclusive “all-villa” boutique resort located in “Fiji’s Adventure Capital” on Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu in the South Pacific.
Nanuku Resort & Spa Fiji requires a three-night minimum, priced from $2,268.00 USD, for two people, double occupancy, based on space availability. As part of their stay, guests receive, three meals a day with fresh, local produce and ingredients; and non motorized activities, including paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkeling. A favorite among guests will be the Resort’s Cultural Program which highlights a range of activities, including Fijian village visits, kava ceremonies, Lali drum at meal times, and torch lighting at sun down. The stay is inclusive of private car transfer to/from the resort. Guests pay additional for spa treatments, game fishing and scuba diving.
Fiji’s newest exclusive luxury resort, located amid lush tropical gardens overlooking the pristine Beqa Lagoon, on one of the mainland’s spectacular white sandy beaches, is only a 1 hour and 50 minute drive from Nadi International Airport in the Fiji Islands. The Resort, located on 55 acres, offers couples and families two-tiered choice of accommodations – the Vunikau Residence perched on a volcanic edge overlooking the lagoon, and striking Beachfront residences. Resort service is key at this private island where rest and relaxation reign supreme. Personal butlers, personal fitness trainers, private nannies and customized experiences sets the resort’s service standards apart from other resorts.
“The resort blends contemporary luxury with traditional Fijian design, and provides travelers with an unforgettable experience, one that is romantic, adventurous and rich in culture,” says Resort General Manager Karen Taylor.
In honor of the new resort opening, Nanuku Resort & Spa Fiji is offering a special “Celebrate In Paradise,” five-night introductory package, based on space availability now through March 3, 2015. The package is priced at $3,024 USD, based on five nights minimum stay in a Fijian style residence, three meals a day, and all resort hosted activities, except scuba diving, sport fishing and spa treatments. The stay is inclusive of private car transfer to/from the resort. Both international airfare to Fiji and domestic airfare to the resort and back to Nadi International Airport are additional.
ABOUT NANUKU RESORT & SPA FIJI
From the Nanuku Resort & Spa’s Vunikau Residence, perched dramatically on a volcanic point overlooking the pristine waters of Beqa Lagoon, and five handsomely furnished beachfront residences, steps from the soft white sandy beach, the distinctively-designed suites and residences feature floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that open to balmy South Pacific breezes. Each boasts in-suite rooms with spa bath, private yoga bures, plunge pools, media rooms, expansive desks, outdoor living rooms, private landscaped gardens, daybeds and spectacular ocean views. The residences are truly an experience that rejuvenates the senses and stirs the soul.
The resort’s culinary team prepares international fusion and Fijian-style cuisine, serving three meals a day with a choice of dining at the stunning Club House, in the privacy of one’s own villa or alfresco with a sumptuous lobster and chilled champagne as part of a private picnic lunch on a secluded beach.
For the ultimate in relaxation, The Lomana Spa, offers a sensual journey of spa treatments using fresh local ingredients and ancient methods of massage passed down through generations.
On land and at sea, a multitude of resort activities provide something for everyone. Travelers to the destination enjoy shark diving in Beqa Lagoon, snorkeling and scuba diving among vivid corals and tropical fish, surfing the legendary Frigates Pass Back and white water rafting. Back on shore, sport enthusiasts revel in zip lining through a lush rainforest canopy or partaking in an off road cave safari adventure, where adventure goers wade by lantern light through Fiji’s largest cave system. Nanuku’s Lailai Children’s Club combines a host of fun filled activities such as safari adventures and a cultural learning program for children and teenagers.
A favorite pastime of many guests is a visit to a Fijian village where travelers can meet the chief. Visitors can also partake in a kava ceremony (the ceremonial drink of Fiji), hear the school choir sing, savor a lovo feast, witness a meke performance (the ceremonial dance of Fiji), attend a Sunday church service, and watch the legendary firewalkers of Fiji, which hail from Beqa.
Travelers can board one of Fiji Airways new, three re-branded state-of-the-art airbuses A330-200s offering direct flights to Fiji (approximately ten hours) weekly departing from Los Angeles International Airport LAX and (6 hours/45 minutes from Honolulu International Airport. Travelers can book flights via the airlines new website which boasts updated features and service options and an improved reservations platform. On board, Fiji Airways has introduced new (A330) and refreshed (B737) interiors. Revitalized service, including new meal options, new crockery and linens, have been introduced to offer an improved long-haul dining experience. Information/reservations: http://www.fijiairways.com.
For more information about Nanuku Island Resort & Spa Fiji, visit http://www.nanukufiji.com, contact reservations at reservations(at)nanukufiji(dot)com or call 011 679 345 2100.