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7 Best Spas in Vanua Levu

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Where to Get a Massage on Vanua Levu

Away from the hustle and bustle of Fiji’s busier islands, Vanua Levu is the ultimate escape for rest and relaxation. It’s home to award-winning spas and spas in unique locations like deep in the rainforest. Here, you’ll only experience the purest of local ingredients used during your treatment, transporting you to pure relaxation. Real Fijian massages, wraps and facials are all on the menu, so rest assured you’ll be getting your treatment in true South Pacific style. Find out where to get your Fijian massage with this list of spas on Vanua Levu.

While you’re here, you might also be interested in The Luxury Guide to Vanua Levu.

1. Valeni Spa Sanctuary – Namale Resort & Spa

Indulge at the award-winning Valeni Sasauni Spa Sanctuary at the five-star Namale Resort & Spa. Perched on volcanic cliffs overlooking the Koro Sea, the Valeni Sasauni Spa features state-of-the-art spa facilities, from a large hydrotherapy room to ocean-view treatment rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows. The spa reinforces the tranquillity of this all-inclusive adult-only resort on the northern reaches of Vanua Levu. Find out more in our Adult-Only Guide to Vanua Levu. This spa also features in our 10 Best Spas in Fiji.

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2. Rainforest Spa – Koro Sun Resort

Boasting one of the most unique and natural settings for a spa in Fiji, the Rainforest Spa at the Koro Sun Resort easily transports clients to pure blissfulness. The Rainforest Spa uses natural homegrown products, from the leaves that swaddle you during your Banana Leaf Body Wrap to the coconut shavings used to exfoliate the skin. The three treatment bures in the rainforest are infused with candles and lanterns and decorated with giant ferns.

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3. Nukubati Island Resort

You choose your spa location on the Nukubati Private Island Resort: the traditionally-decorated Massage Bure, the privacy of your own accommodation, or while feeling the balmy ocean breeze on the beach. The therapists at Nukubati are from a local village where they specialise in the Fijian Bobo massage, passed down from generation to generation.

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4. Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

Experience a treatment with only the purest of local ingredients at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort. Cold-pressed coconut oil, raw sugar, honey, nuts and spices are used through the extensive spa menu this luxury resort on Vanua Levu has to offer. Try something traditionally Fijian, like the Bobo or Bula Mai massages. Or how about rejuvenating the skin with a Koko Rapture body wrap?

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5. The Remote Spa – The Remote Resort

The Remote Spa offers complete privacy with some of the best views of the ocean… From your villa’s private deck. That’s right, the spa comes to you when staying at The Remote Resort where treatments capture the essence of the South Pacific and use Pure Fiji products. Try a Coconut Body Scrub, a Pure Fiji Facial, a Dilo Body Wrap and much more.

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6. Sea Spray Spa – Savasi Island Resort

Delve into the Sea Spray Spa for a reviving treatment as part of your stay at the Savasi Island Resort. Listen to the soothing sounds of the ocean as you enjoy a facial, wrap, massage or exfoliating treatment. What’s more, couples’ massages are on offer to experience together, as well as all the treatments being available to have in your own private villa.

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7. Daku Fiji Resort

Let your cares melt away with a blissful treatment at the Daku Fiji Resort. The resort shows that you don’t need to stay in expensive luxury resorts to have luxury experiences. Treat yourself to one of their signature treatments, like the Fijian Facial Finesse, Fancy Footwork or the Banana Wrap.

-vanua-levu-spa© Daku Fiji Spa


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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