Sense of Place
Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji sits on the coastline of Viti Levu, Fiji’s main island.
Rooms at Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji
The suites and villas line the two-mile-long private beach, ensuring they all have beautiful ocean views. They offer space, seclusion and luxury, with generous indoor/outdoor spaces, four-poster beds, mini-bars, private terraces and gardens, outdoor showers and infinity pools looking out over the South Pacific.
Food & Drink
The delicious menus at Kanavata restaurant offer a fusion of Fijian and international cuisine, featuring quality, locally sourced produce, from fresh seafood to tropical fruit and vegetables from local markets. Enjoy local beers, handpicked wines and signature cocktails, including the legendary caprioskas, in the Wai Pool Bar.
Go on a food safari to source and prepare local dishes, from climbing a coconut tree to pluck coconuts and catching prawns in streams to cooking food in a traditional lovo (underground oven), before enjoying a bonfire on the beach and a fire walking demonstration.
There is a beautiful serenity pool, and the spa and wellness centre offers a range of treatments, including massages that incorporate traditional healing techniques and local ingredients such as lolo (coconut milk) and honey. You can also work out in the gym and enjoy daily yoga sessions.
Activities at Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji
As well as a private beach on the doorstep, you can go kayaking, paddleboarding and snorkelling around the reef, head out on one of the resort’s bicycles, go horse riding around the lush tropical landscapes or explore the waterways on a traditional Fijian bilibili raft.
Discover the infectious Fijian spirit and culture here. The fantastic staff exude warmth and exemplary hospitality: on arrival you’ll be greeted by a village chief, accompanied by drums and conches, and activities you can observe or enjoy during your stay include meke dances (a combination of dance and storytelling), kava ceremonies (kava is a potent local drink), and arts and crafts workshops. For younger members of the family, there is a children’s activity programme, including an adventure club, with zipline rides and a climbing wall.
On the resort’s two-acre private island nearby, enjoy the ultimate castaway experience with some snorkelling and diving around the coral reefs of the Beqa Lagoon, walking along the rainforest trails or relaxing in a hammock on the coconut palm-lined beach, followed by a gourmet picnic lunch.
Exclusive adventures on offer include overnight camping on the island, stargazing and coral planting, and around the resort, you can hike to waterfalls, go whitewater rafting along rivers beneath hanging cliffs, zipline through the rainforest, play golf on a championship course or go sandboarding down the dunes.