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10 Best Spas in Fiji 🌺 [2023]

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Where to Go for Ultimate Relaxation in Fiji

If there’s one country that knows how to help you unwind, it’s Fiji. The country is so relaxed that it has its own way of life called “Fiji time“. Massages have been part of the everyday culture for centuries, so you know you’re going somewhere special when you book your spa break in Fiji. Fiji’s spas offer an array of blissful treatments, often using traditional Fijian techniques mixed with natural spa products extracted from Fijian plants and flowers.

Whether you’re a seasoned spa-goer or a spa newbie, experiencing a spa day in Fiji is an absolute must! So take a look at this list of the best spas in Fiji and start planning your getaway of pure indulgence.

1. Valeni Sasauni Spa Sanctuary – Namale Resort & Spa

With one of the most extensive spa menus in Fiji, the Valeni Sasauni Spa Sanctuary at the Namale Resort & Spa, Vanua Levu, is a fabulous place to try something different yet utterly blissful. Scattered across the 10,000ft² / 930m² complex are aromatherapy pools, a waterfall massage, hot tub, cold plunge and sauna. The ocean views are just one of the highlights seen from the floor-to-ceiling windows of the indoor spa. All you need to do is decide which country your massage journey will take you on their international menu of Fiji, India, Japan, Sweden, Bali or Native America.

See how Namale Resort & Spa compares to the 7 Best Spas in Vanua Levu.

© Namale Resort & Spa


2. Kui Spa – Vomo Island Resort

Escape to the private Vomo Island in the paradise island group of the Mamanucas. The luxury Vomo Island Resort has an amazing array of treatments for all types of guests, but especially for families. Relax in the privacy of your own residence with in-room spa menus, or treat the little ones, aged 4-10, to treatments from the Prince & Princess Spa Menu. Spend some special mother and daughter time with specialised packages, or father and son can bond over a relaxing foot massage. You’re bound to find a treatment to help you and your family unwind.

See more Mamanuca magic in the 10 Best Spas in the Mamanuca Islands, as well as more family holiday ideas in The Complete Travel Guide to Fiji for Families.

© Vomo Island Resort


3. Spa Denarau

Just a short drive from Nadi International Airport and on the luxury resort complex of Denarau Island, Spa Denarau is your go-to for some after-flight comforts or to truly indulge yourself while staying at one of the island’s luxury resorts. Spa Denarau is renowned for its use of Pure Fiji products, as well as natural therapies like a guava anti-ageing nourishing wrap, guava tone and glow, coconut milk and honey firming ritual, sugar glow, and coconut lime blossom skin renewal. What’s more, you can take some products home with you from the Spa Denarau Boutique.

See more amazing spas on Denarau Island in the 10 Best Spas on Denarau Island.

© Spa Denarau


4. So Spa – Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa

Another fantastic option in Denarau is at the So Spa in the Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa. Delve into one of the treatment bures complete with an open-air shower or a private whirlpool spa bath in the deluxe bures and unwind with the So Spa’s relaxing treatments. The spa has class written all over it with the decor of Parisian and Fijian origins. As well as all the usual treatments, there’s something for the men too, including a mana’ia body buff, a gentleman’s escape, homme intensive facial, and tropical foot paradise.

Denarau is home to some of Fiji’s top spa resorts. Find out more in the 10 Best Spa Resorts in Fiji.

© Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa


5. Pure Fiji Day Spa

Seasoned spa-goers will undoubtedly have heard of the internationally-acclaimed Pure Fiji. The spa products made with Fijian plant extracts are used in spas all over the world, and their HQ is right here in Suva, Fiji’s capital city. Not only can you purchase products from their extensive range, but Pure Fiji has its own day spa. It’s the ideal destination if you’re travelling as a group, as their “Spa Parties” are the perfect way to indulge with friends. Parties start with a dance performance during the Fijian foot ritual, then guests choose either a massage, back massage, manicure or facial.

See how the Pure Fiji Day Spa compares to the 6 Best Day Spas in Suva.

pure-fiji-spa© Pure Fiji


6. Baravi Spa – Yasawa Island Resort & Spa

Treat yourself to an island getaway at the Yasawa Island Resort & Spa in Fiji’s outer islands of the Yasawa Group. The award-winning Baravi Spa is Fiji’s first beachfront spa in one of Fiji’s most romantic and relaxing spa settings. Feel the refreshing sea breeze as you sample treatments mere metres away from the beach on the Baravi Spa’s open-air decking. The spa offers great value with a 50-minute treatment every day of stay, no matter how long you say at the resort, for around FJ$499. Choose from massages, facials, manicures, pedicures, wraps, scrubs, and waxing.

Discover more blissful spa experiences in our 6 Best Spas in the Yasawa Islands.

© Yasawa Island Resort & Spa


7. Bebe Spa Fiji – Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort

On the mainland of Fiji, Viti Levu, you’ll struggle to find a more relaxing setting than Vakalomalagi Hill overlooking the Coral Coast and the Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort. Bebe Spa Fiji combines traditional Fijian spa treatments and world-renowned spa products from Pevonia Botanica. Don’t miss the Bebe Spa’s Bebe Vakaviti Signature Massage, which fuses classic Fijian massage techniques with a Hawaain massage style.

Besides the Bebe Spa, there are more relaxing day spas to choose from in the 9 Best Day Spas on the Coral Coast.

© Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort


8. COMO Shambhala Retreat – COMO Laucala Island

A spa that’s well worth getting off-the-beaten-track for is COMO Laucala Island in the Taveuni Islands. What makes the spa unique is its COMO Shambhala Retreat, where guests are encouraged to pick their own spices, herbs, flowers and fruit. Choose from vanilla, lemongrass, cinnamon, nutmeg, coffee, ylang-ylang, pepper and ginger to make essential oil, soap or lotion. This combined with traditional Fijian therapies is sure to make your indulgence in Laucala a spa day to remember.

See more lavish resort offerings in the 10 Best Luxury Resorts in Fiji.

© Laucala


9. Tokoriki Retreat Spa – Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island

Nestled on Tokoriki Island, the Tokoriki Retreat Spa is the Mamanuca Group‘s largest day spa with a wealth of treatments designed to renew, relax and detox the body. The authentic Fijian feel to the spa reminds you that you’re truly on “Fiji time“. What’s more, by being located in the adults-only area of the Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island, your experience will remain distraction-free.

For more about the Mamanuca Group, check out the 10 Best Islands in the Mamanuca Islands.

© Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island


10. Qamea Resort & Spa

In the heart of the Taveuni islands’ jungle, Qamea Resort & Spa is the ultimate spa getaway in Fiji. Winner of numerous awards, such as the Best Luxury Destination Spa for 2018 and 2017 at the World Luxury Spa Awards, the Qamea Spa offers a multitude of unique spa experiences. Not only are travellers’ needs in mind, with jet lag therapy and sunburn relief, but treatments are kept authentically Fijian. Experience the Qamea Night of Decadence where a Fijian warrior escorts you to the spa for your treatment, complete with a candlelit shower and dinner. Not to mention, the Qamea Resort & Spa is one of the most stunning spa settings in Fiji amidst the ancient rainforest.

Discover more breathtaking spas in the islands of Taveuni in our 7 Best Spas in Taveuni.

© Qamea Resort & Spa


More About Spas in Fiji

That’s it for the best spas in Fiji but by no means the end of the spa offerings across the islands. See the following guides to find more spas:

Finally, make the spa the centre of your getaway by checking out the 10 Best Spa Resorts in Fiji and The Guide to Wellness Retreats in Fiji.


Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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