6 Best Glamping Accommodations in Fiji© Pexels
6 Best Glamping Accommodations in Fiji

6 Best Glamping Accommodations in Fiji

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The Best Glamping in Fiji

Sleep under the stars with soothing tropical temperatures by glamping in Fiji. There’s nothing like tying up your tent’s door in the morning to breathtaking vistas of islands, ocean and swaying coconut palms. You don’t, however, have to sacrifice comfort thanks to the glamping experiences available with cleverly designed tents kitted out with comfortable beds. So book yourself a luxurious camping trip using this list of the best glamping accommodation in Fiji.

1. Waitui Basecamp

It’s all about the adventure at the Waitui Basecamp in the Yasawas’ Matacawalevu Island. Stay in one of their gorgeous glamping tents complete with either a double or two single beds, dining furniture and a mat so you can eat Fijian style, bedside lamps and outdoor furniture to enjoy soaking up the sun. Aside from staying in a cool canvas tent, days here are spent snorkelling, freediving, fishing, spearfishing, trips to the Sawa-i-Lau Caves, visiting villages, hiking and island-hopping.

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6 Best Glamping Accommodations in Fiji© Waitui Basecamp

2. Barefoot Kuata Island Resort

We like to think of Barefoot Kuata Island Resort as affordable luxury in the Yasawas, especially with their beachfront safari tents. These large tents are kitted out with timber flooring, bamboo shutters, a queen bed, a private outdoor bathroom and outdoor furniture under the shade. The highlight of the experiences on Kuata is shark snorkelling or scuba diving. Amenities also include three swimming pools, tropical gardens, island walks, conservation programs, private and cultural dining and much more.

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6 Best Glamping Accommodations in Fiji© Barefoot Kuata Island Resort

3. Dolphin Bay Diver’s Retreat

Escape to one of Fiji’s less-visited islands, Vanua Levu, and stay at the Dolphin Bay Diver’s Retreat, also just a 20-minute boat ride from Taveuni. Stay in one of the retreat’s ultra-affordable safari tents, each kitted up with either a single or a double bed, a locker box, solar lamp and lounge furniture. The main reason to stay here, apart from adventurous glamping, is to snorkel and dive at the famous Rainbow Reef. Find out more in the 10 Best Places to Snorkel in Fiji.

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6 Best Glamping Accommodations in Fiji© Dolphin Bay Diver’s Retreat

4. Yasawa Homestays Glamping

Wake up on the hilltop of Nanuya Lailai Island in the Yasawas inside your canvas glamping tent outfitted with a queen-sized mattress and solar lighting. This glamping experience is part of the community-run Yasawa Homestays where you will be hosted by a local village, dine with local families and experience Fiji village life. Check out more like this in the 10 Best Homestays in Fiji.

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5. Barefoot Manta Island Resort

The sister resort to the Barefoot Kuata Island Resort also offers safari glamping tents as part of their resort offering. The safari rooms of the Barefoot Manta Island Resort are on the beachfront with a private undercover verandah and a semi-covered private ensuite bathroom. While staying here, join the team for snorkelling with giant manta rays between May and October or for one of their other amazing scuba diving trips.

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6 Best Glamping Accommodations in Fiji© Barefoot Manta Island Resort

6. The BeeHive Fiji

Finally, one of the most affordable stays on Viti Levu’s Suncoast, The BeeHive Fiji offers a glamping experience, as well as dorm rooms. While the large camping tent isn’t the most Instagrammable, it is equipped with four futon beds for a comfortable night’s sleep. Located on a bee farm (don’t worry, you won’t be sharing your tent with any), The BeeHive Fiji features an outdoor swimming pool with views of the surrounding majestic hills and sugar cane plantations.

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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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