The Wakaya Club & Spa is a luxury private island resort unlike any other in the world. This serene retreat in Fiji offers gracious living, sophisticated cuisine and unparalleled leisure opportunities in one of the most remote and pristine corners of the world.
The Wakaya Club & Spa is situated on Wakaya Island, Fiji, a private 2,200 acre hideaway that is one of 333 islands that comprise the Fiji group. Wakaya Island is surrounded by a protected coral reef, and the island boasts serene lagoons, majestic cliffs and pristine white sand beaches. From the moment you arrive via Wakaya’s own Grand Cessna Caravan aircraft, greeted by warm and friendly Fijian staff, you are completely immersed in the peace and tranquility of island life–Welcome to Paradise! CHILD POLICY - Age 16 and over.
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Guest lodging at Wakaya is limited to just nine traditional Fijian cottages called "Bures." Under the thatched roof you'll find airy, high-pitched ceilings, fanciful handwoven bamboo wallcovering and gleaming yaka plank floors. Stretch out on a four-poster king-size bamboo bed in an elegantly appointed bedroom. Vale O is a three-bedroom island estate divided into three pavilions. It houses from one to three couples and includes a personal kitchen and laundry staff, your own personal chef and an on-call driver.
Wakaya's beauty extends far beyond its surface from soaring rocky cliffs to the depths of the azure Pacific, bursting with colorful living coral reefs and exotic aquatic creatures. Venture out in Wakaya's glass-bottomed boat, or strap on a snorkel and fins to connect directly with this underwater beauty. Golf - Back at the Club, you can try your hand on our challenging nine-hole golf course that snakes its way through a 19th Century coconut grove. Spa - Relax afterward in Wakaya's tropical pool, as water gently trickles from a waterfall, or with a restorative "East meets West" massage in our spa.
You may choose to embark on an archaeological nature walk through Wakaya's lush forest, where you'll soak in the breathtaking flora and experience Wakaya's wildlife -wild horses, deer, feral pigs and exotic birds. You'll visit "Chieftain's Leap" - where native Wakayans leapt to their deaths rather than face capture by invading warriors.
Nadi International Airport (NAN)
May, June, July, August, September, October
Nadi (NAN); then Air Wakaya to the island.