Royal Davui Island Resort

Location: Fiji | Fiji

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

In the tranquil and turquoise Beqa Lagoon, the intimate, adults-only Royal Davui Island Resort is perched atop a jungle-covered islet. A handful of thatch-topped villas are scattered amongst the coconut palms, their spacious decks facing out to the neighbouring islets and encircling reefs. With ivory sands to stretch out on and the surrounding crystalline waters your playground, a stay here is the epitome of sun-drenched relaxation.
Perfect forCouples and honeymooners keen to maroon themselves away on a tropical island.
In the know
  • Luxurious villas (vales), overlooking the lagoon
  • Beautiful beaches
  • Fantastic snorkelling around coral reefs
  • Exclusive dining experiences
  • Experience Fijian culture, including village visits

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Honeymoon
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Snorkelling & Diving

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The resort sits on the private island of Ugaga, in Fiji’s incredibly turquoise Beqa lagoon.

Rooms at Royal Davui Island Resort

Separated by lush tropical trees, just 16 plush villas (or vales) are dotted around the island, just a few paces from the beach and each with their own plunge pool for a dip on your deck. The bedrooms are stylish, with island-inspired splashes of Pacific blue and tropical artwork, and make the most of the spectacular sweeping views, with panoramic windows facing straight out to the lagoon. Watch out for dolphins and frigate birds. 

Food & Drink

Picture champagne breakfasts on the spectacular island sandbar; lazy, lingering picnics on the soft sand of your very own sand cay, cocktails accompanied by the lagoon sunsets and candlelit dinners on the deck of the resort’s restaurant, under the island’s ancient banyan tree. The Royal Davui’s chefs take pride in making the most of the best local produce, and the South Pacific’s bounty of delicious seafood always makes an appearance on the seasonal menus.

Facilities

Ramp up the pampering factor with a spa treatment using local coconut oils and exotic flowers. 

Activities at Royal Davui Island Resort

Vibrant coral reefs encircle the island, just under the water’s surface, and are snorkelling heaven - they are home to starfish, anemones, manta rays, reef sharks and endless other species - while the pristine beaches are perfect for relaxing on. 

The opportunity to experience Fijian culture and legends is one of our favourite things about this corner of the South Pacific – enjoy village visits where you'll be greeted with a traditional welcome ceremony, local cookery classes or a little talanoa – storytelling – to learn more about the fascinating history and myths of the area.

Best time to go

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Good time to travel (but some limitations)

Travel is possible (but it’s not the best time)

Travel is not recommended

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Hotel location

You can reach the resort via road, air and boat. It is a short 20-minute flight from Nadi International Airport to Pacific Harbour, followed by a 30-minute boat transfer across the lagoon. You can also enjoy a incredible 35-minute flight over the jungles, villages and waterfalls.

Alternatively, to take your time and see more along the way, take the 3-hour scenic route by car via the coastal road and around the mountains from the airport to the harbour, followed by a 30-minute boat ride to the resort.

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