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6 Best Day Spas on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa

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Relax on the Pacific Harbour and Beqa Island

We all know that the Pacific Harbour is the “adventure capital of Fiji”, but Fiji is the relaxation capital of the world. Experience it for yourself in one of the rejuvenating day spas on the Pacific Harbour.

Resorts and massage clinics on the Pacific Harbour offer a welcome retreat from the days’ scuba diving, golfing or white water rafting, easing aches and pains. Just off the shores are Royal Davui and Beqa islands also hosting their own day spas in soothingly natural environments.

Learn more about relaxation on the Pacific Harbour in our Luxury Guide to the Pacific Harbour & Beqa.

1. The Spa at Nanuku

Combine natural botanicals and essential oils with a natural setting at The Spa at Nanuku. The spa in the five-star Nanuku Auberge Resort is renowned for its spa treatments in spectacular places. Enjoy full body rituals on a raised platform suspended above the beach in an old dilo tree for a truly unique spa experience. Or, if you prefer, enjoy a soothing treatment under the shade of the tropical beachfront forest or keep it classic in a private treatment suite. The choice is yours at Nanuku. Find out more about resorts like this in our 5 Best Luxury Resorts on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa.

-best-day-spas-on-the-pacific-harbour-and-beqa© Nanuku Auberge Resort


2. Davui Fiji Spa

More luxury awaits at the Davui Fiji Spa on its own private island. They’ll be no disturbance as you unwind and refresh at the spa of the adults-only Royal Davui Island Resort. The treatment room with ocean views is a constant reminder that you’re in paradise. Choose between couples package, indulgence packages for each night of stay, as well as one-off traditional massages like an island massage, Fijian Bobo massage and a dilo rescue wrap. Learn more about adult-only holidays in our The Adult Only Guide to Pacific Harbour & Beqa.

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3. Tokota Niu Spa

Retreat to the fabulous Tokota Niu Spa on Beqa Island. This day spa at the Lalati Resort & Spa uses only 100% natural products harvested from the surroundings. The spa has four treatment rooms with a backdrop of the jungle-clad hills – the perfect setting to experience a traditional massage like a Fijian Bobo massage, a banana leaf fruit wrap or a sugar coconut scrub.

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4. The Pearl Resort Spa

Those staying on the mainland at the Pacific Harbour can find a place to unwind at The Pearl Resort Spa. This day spa is located on the water’s edge nestled in tropical greenery, making for an ideal setting to escape the hustle and bustle. There are eight treatment rooms, two of which are reserved especially for couples. The spa uses natural products from Pure Fiji on treatments such as hot stone massages, body wraps, facials pedicures and manicures.

pacific harbour spas© The Pearl Resort


5. Lali Spa

Tucked away in the gardens of the Beqa Lagoon Resort, the Lali Spa combines nature and relaxation. Feel the warm ocean breeze fill up the open-air treatment bure as you indulge in a banana leaf wrap, a hot stone massage or a coconut body scrub. Treatments use natural Pure Fiji products, but that’s not all, as the spa offers beauty treatments too, from waxing to hair braiding.

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6. Bula Massage

Take a break from shopping in the Pacific Harbour Arts Village at Bula Massage. Here, you’re bound to try something new, like the Octopus Massage with eight hands massaging you, the Fijian Bobo massage or a chiropractic massage to undo the damage from the flight. On top of massage treatments, Bula Massage also offers kava tastings, Fijian food tastings, language classes and hair braiding. See more activities in the area with our 12 Things to Do in the Pacific Harbour & Beqa.

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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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