Eco credentials: electricity from solar power; food from the resort’s organic gardens
Absolute privacy in stand-alone bures
The spa offers traditional Fijian Bobo massage, a healing treatment passed down through generations
What To Know
Transfer is via a 40-minute flight, a one-hour drive, then a five-minute boat ride
Children 12 years old and younger are permitted by special request only
There’s no TV in guest rooms
For environmental reasons there’s no ac, but buildings have been designed to catch sea breezes
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Authentic Fijian cottages in remote eco-resort on diver’s heaven Nukubati Island
Nukubati Private Island offers an authentic Fijian experience compared to the bigger and glitzier resorts. Run by Fijians and locally owned, there are seven beachfront traditional bungalows with verandas, white interiors, wooden floors, rattan furniture, and ceiling fans. There’s no a/c in this environmentally-friendly resort, but properties open up to take advantage of sea breezes. The spa offers traditional Fijian Bobo massage, a healing treatment passed down through generations. This all-inclusive resort’s restaurant and bar is in the central Pavilion where there’s also a library and a gift shop. And should you ever tire of snorkeling, there’s an outdoor tennis court.
In the Area
Nukubati Island’s Vatu Dua Pearl Farm is a small enterprise owned and run by the women of Raviravi village. If you visit at harvest time they’ll show you how the pearls are extracted and cleaned; plus you can buy them if you so choose. Visitors are welcome at the village’s church, where they can hear the Fijian choir. Since the island sits a half-hour boat ride from The Great Sea Reef (the world’s third largest barrier reef), a main activity is rightfully scuba diving.
How to Get There
Nukubati Private Island Great Sea Reef - All Inclusive