The quintessential resort takeover has become the latest resort trend, and Yasawa Island Resort & Spa, Fiji is bringing new meaning to the term “Buy Out” by offering an exclusive retreat in a tropical paradise.
As if the sheer beauty were not enough to entice international travelers, add to the mix a choice of 11 white sandy beaches, five-star dining, world-class diving , Fijian culture, a myriad of water sports, and a visit to the world-famous Blue Lagoon caves, known for the movie “Blue Lagoon” starring Actress Brook Shields, and an unsurpassed vacation is “exclusively yours.”
The resort, located on a 7,000-acre island with only a handful of small Fijian villagers as your neighbors and only 30 minutes by Private air transfer and inaccessible to other travelers from Nadi International Airport, is now offering an exclusive stay: the ultimate “Isolate in Paradise” Buyout for 1 to 38 guests.
Whether celebrating a milestone birthday, special anniversary or seeking to recharge and relax with family and friends, look no further than the idyllic Yasawa Island Resort & Spa, Fiji, an unsurpassed sanctuary for sun and fun. The price tag for paradise is set at approximately USD$14,000/night with a minimum three-night stay. Rates are exclusive of international and domestic airfare to the island/return, and Fiji Government tax. The complete buyout is valid for travel through March 31, 2022.
Tucked away in the lush Yasawa group of Islands off the coast of main Island of Viti Levu in the Yasawa group of islands, this secluded haven boasts 18 authentically thatched luxury bungalows hidden among luscious tropical foliage, and only steps from a pristine stretch of silky beachfront. Located on one of the most remote and unspoiled islands in Fiji, it is a tropical oasis that attracts couples, singles, families and groups from near and far.
Guests revel in an all inclusive stay that highlights the following:
- Arrival flower lei, chilled towel, fresh fruit & welcome coconut drink upon arrival
- Accommodation in 18 Beachfront Bures
- All gourmet meals and snacks for up to 38 guests
- Non-alcoholic beverages
- Complimentary beach cocktail party featuring house red, white and sparkling wine, Fiji rum punch
- Beachside seafood dinner
- All resort activities including snorkeling, sea kayaking, SUP, sailing, tennis, nature walks and more
- Private picnics on your choice of 11 white sand beaches
- Resort excursions- boat snorkel trips, visits to the world- famous Blue Lagoon Caves
- A traditional Fijian Meke performance and Lovo Night and choir performance
- Nightly entertainment and cultural activities
Spa and alcohol beverages packages are available at an additional charge.
From the distinctive contemporary Fijian style bungalows fashioned with palm thatched roofs, plantation shutters, an expansive sun deck, a private beach hut on the edge of the sands and personal hammock, the luxurious one island resort evokes “life as it is meant to be,” an experience that rejuvenates the senses and stirs the soul. The one island resort boasts 18 luxury bungalows hidden among luscious tropical greenery, each only a few steps from a pristine white-sand beach.
The all-inclusive resort boasts contemporary cuisine serving meals a day with choice of dining at the new al fresco main dining complex with 180-degree view of the ocean, beachside, at the horizon pool or in the privacy of your very own beach hut. The chef places an emphasis on “fresh” whether it is from the garden or ocean. The poolside Manasa’s Bar named after a long-time resort employee, serves signature cocktails from dawn to dusk.
For the ultimate in relaxation, the full service Baravi Spa, offers ocean view massages and is well known for its Baravi Rhythm, four handed synchronized massage where therapists perform this signature favorite in tandem with the waves of the ocean. Hot rock therapies use black volcanic pebbles to reflect the fiery rift that created the island.
On land and at sea, a multitude of complimentary resort activities provide something for everyone. Guests enjoy swimming in the crystal waters of the famous Sawa-I-Lau Caves, snorkeling among vivid corals and tropical fish, sea kayaking, boating on a catamaran, stand up paddle boarding and windsurfing. Back on shore, they enjoy tennis, volleyball hiking and rugby matches.
For the adventurous there is deep sea fishing and PADI scuba diving available for an additional charge.
A favorite pastime of many guests is a complimentary picnic on one of 11 white sandy beaches, a visit to Bukama Village where travelers can meet the chief, partake in a kava ceremony (the ceremonial drink of Fiji), hear the school choir sing, partake in a lovo feast, witness a meke performance (the ceremonial dance of Fiji) and attend a Sunday church service.
Celebrated for its pristine location, Yasawa Island Resort & Spa has offered guests from around the globe unique, authentic and enriching travel experiences.
Upon arrival in Nadi Fiji International Airport, the Resort is a 30-minute private flight from Nadi International Airport and is reached via the resort's private airstrip.
For more information about Yasawa Island Resort & Spa, Fiji, visit www.yasawa.com.