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5 Best Luxury Resorts in the Yasawa Islands

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Luxury Accommodation in the Yasawa Islands

Venture to some of the most secluded islands in Fiji for your luxury island getaway. With some of the driest climate in Fiji, most stunning coral reefs and luxurious resorts, the Yasawa Islands are definitely worth considering for a special holiday in Fiji. Check out some of the most prestigious places to stay and embrace “Fiji time” in this list of luxury resorts in the Yasawa Islands.

While you’re here, you might be interested in our Luxury Guide to the Yasawa Islands.

1. Navutu Stars Resort

Couples, set your sights on the five-star adult-only Navutu Island Resort. Relax, unwind and rejuvenate at this spectacular island paradise with three types of bure: beachfront, garden and the Grand Bure. Grand Bures are set on the hilltop with a wrap-around deck to enjoy private al fresco dining. Speaking of dining, Navutu provides many romantic settings to dine under the stars on the island, as well as providing a fine balance of adventure and relaxation for guests, including a spa and yoga deck. Check out our 6 Best Spas in the Yasawa Islands for more information.

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2. Yasawa Island Resort & Spa

18 traditionally-thatched bures (bungalows) make up the stunning Yasawa Island Resort & Spa. Relax on your own hammock or expansive deck or cool off in your air-conditioned bure with a minibar and iPod docking station. The all-inclusive five-star resort has all gourmet meals, non-alcoholic beverages and a wealth of activities included in your stay. Just take a look at the 10 Luxury Activities in the Yasawa Islands to see what adventures await.

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3. Turtle Island Fiji

Welcome to the five-star private island of Turtle Island Fiji. If you want to escape from any modern-day worries and transport yourself to paradise, this is the place to do it. Located on the edge of the Yasawa’s Blue Lagoon are 14 private villas are surrounded by lush tropical gardens and offer expansive ocean views. The resort offers all your Fiji bucket list experiences as well as few unique opportunities from horseback riding on the beach to turtle conservation.

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4. VOMO Island Resort

Secluded on the edge of the Yasawa and the Mamanuca Groups, VOMO Island Resort is its own piece of paradise comprising of two private islands. All types of traveller will find their own version of “Fiji time” here, with the resort offering something for everyone. Enjoy spa treatments, a private picnic or take the kids to the fantastic Kids Village. As for your accommodation, you have a choice of large residences with a private pool to a selection of luxurious bures designed with European elegance with a Fijian flare.

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5. Tokoriki Island Resort

If you’re searching for more luxury resorts in the Yasawa Islands, then consider one of the luxury resorts in the neighbouring island group, the Mamanuca Islands. Luxury adult-only resorts like the Tokoriki Island Resort provide the perfect romantic getaway. Treat yourself to a thatched bure or villa enveloped by lush gardens and the waterfront just moments away. Find out more about this resort and more in our 7 Luxury Resorts in the Mamanuca Islands.

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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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