© Matangi Private Island Resort
© Matangi Private Island Resort

5 Best Adults-Only Resorts on Taveuni

© Matangi Private Island Resort

Child-Free Accommodations on Taveuni, Qamea and Matangi Islands

Set the tone right for a romantic getaway or a friends’ get-together in paradise by staying in adults-only accommodation in Fiji. On the island of Taveuni, otherwise known as the “Garden Island”, there are two exclusive adults-only resorts set on off-shore islands. Their policies of guests being 16 years or over make them a tranquil retreat to experience paradise without kids. Additionally, Taveuni has a boutique adults-only resort and a couple of private resorts where you will be the only guests. We’ll guide you through your options with this list of adults-only resorts in Taveuni.

While you’re here, you might also be interested in The Adult-Only Vacation Guide to Taveuni.

1. Qamea Resort & Spa

Boasting one of the best spas in Fiji, Qamea Resort & Spa is definitely the ultimate relaxation destination. Its adults-only policy adds to the tranquil atmosphere, where guests stay in one of the romantic bures, such as “Honeymoon Bure” with a private garden spa pool or the “Royal Villa” to share with friends. For those guests who want a little more adventure, Qamea Island is perfect for hiking, birdwatching, scuba diving and surfing. On an evening, indulge in a private dining experience in your villa or under a private beach gazebo, or mingle with other guests in the Bure Kalau for sunset cocktails and afternoon tea served before dinner, which is all-inclusive.

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2. Matangi Private Island Resort

An entire private island that’s “adults only”? Yes, please! Matangi Private Island Resort is the sole resort on this island just off the coast of Taveuni. The island is famed for its scenic Horseshoe Bay and proximity to incredible surf breaks and scuba diving sites, so enjoy it all while staying in one of the four types of accommodation available at the resort. Stay in the “Oceanview Bure” with a traditionally thatched roof yet modern interior and a private verandah. Alternatively, treat yourself to one of their “Treehouse Bures” suspended in the jungle. When you can bear to tear yourself away from your luxurious bure, there’s a wide range of activities to enjoy, from a private picnic in Horseshoe Bay to enjoying kava sessions with the Fijian staff. The resort also specialises in weddings and honeymoons, which you can find out more about in the 10 Most Romantic Resorts on Taveuni.

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3. Sacred Garden Fiji

Sacred Garden Fiji introduces a serene boutique resort experience on Taveuni. This adults-only haven is set within a five-acre oasis, promising privacy, tranquillity and a retreat from the everyday. Featuring two elegantly designed villas, the resort offers an intimate escape in a remote location south of the island, away from the usual tourist trails. The resort includes all the essentials for an unforgettable Fiji vacation, such as a complimentary continental breakfast and unlimited use of snorkel gear to explore the pristine waters. Evenings at the resort are a time to unwind by the pool or enjoy a cocktail at the bar, making Sacred Garden Resort a perfect blend of natural beauty and refined comfort. See more like this in the 10 Best Villas & Holiday Homes on Taveuni.

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4. Vacala Bay Resort

It’s easy to enjoy an adults-only holiday when you are the only guest in the resort. Vacala Bay Resort is a private resort that has two bedrooms to share with whoever you choose to share this eco-friendly luxury retreat with. Days here are spent relaxing by the wraparound infinity pool, either making use of the kitchen or dining at the six different dining areas around the property as the in-villa chef cooks for you. When you’re feeling active, there are private sailing cruises to enjoy, kiteboarding lessons to try, in-villa massages to indulge in and more. Speaking of sailing, Vacala Bay also operates Sailing Fiji with multi-day sailing charters should you want to try an alternative holiday – learn more in the 10 Best Boat Stays in Fiji.

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5. Raiwasa Private Resort

Another exceptional private resort option is at the Raiwasa Grand Villa with two bedrooms to stay at this luxury retreat overlooking the ocean. You’ll have 12 staff and five chefs tending to your every need, whether it be a chauffeur to take you to the highlights of Taveuni or simply bring you cocktails while you watch the sun dip behind the ocean. There are many amazing outdoor spaces to relax around the property, from the elevated deck to the poolside bure. All the usual suspects are available to enjoy at the resort, such as kayaks, paddleboards and snorkel gear, while the team will be happy to take you on one of the more exceptional experiences, such as coastal fishing, scuba diving, pearl farm tours and more. See more accommodations like this in the 10 Best Luxury Resorts on Taveuni.

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-adult only accommodation-taveuni© Raiwasa Grand Villa

More About Adults-Only Resorts on Taveuni

That’s it from our guide to the best adults-only resorts in Taveuni, but it is by no means the end of our advice! Take a look at the following for more insightful guides:

Finally, see how they compare to the 10 Best Adults-Only Resorts in Fiji. Plus, discover even more tips in The Complete Adults-Only Vacation Guide to 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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