Laucala, a private island refuge in the South Pacific, is home to 25 Fijian-styled luxury villas. These Villas are surrounded by rain forest landscapes, and white sandy beaches. Sitting on over 3,400 acres, the tropical hideaway is situated amid coconut plantations atop the island’s volcanic mountains.
The resort is located in the eastern portion of Fiji, on Laucala Island, off the north eastern coast. A majority of the land is unspoiled and busy with some of the rarest birds and animals. There is an abundance of wild orchids, coral reefs and marine life.
Because the surrounding area is such an important part of the villas, the property has put into place a sustainable approach to its resort living. They have established a partnership with many of the local farmers for their herbs, vegetable, fruits, and meat for its restaurants. The spa also utilizes flowers and spices from the surrounding areas to ensure that guests not only feel good but also know they are doing good while there are relaxing and enjoying the island.Blurring the lines between the exterior and interior areas, the open-plan Plateau Villas sit on Nawi Mountain and look out onto the ocean and neighboring islands. In the bathroom, the tub is carved right out of a large rock to really make you feel one with nature.
A stunning two-bedroom accommodation, the Overwater Residence is stretched out across several levels of lagoons. Inside, rich hardwood floors are matched with beige, pale pinks and oranges, and light blue colors for a distinctly elegant island atmosphere. Stone flooring dresses the bathroom which boasts large open windows and a deep circular wooden tub. Just in case you want to take a break from sea water, there is also a private pool available right outside the residence. And just so you already know, getting around the resort is not a problem, because a buggy is available in all rooms.
Here are few other things to consider when making your vacation plans to Laucala Resort. The island resort offers a variety of activities ranging from adventurous to relaxing. There is horseback riding, golfing, rain forest hiking, spa treatments and cultural tours, as well as, sunset cruises, and wind and kite surfing. For guest with little ones, no worries, there is even something for them. The Kids Club offers informative, educational and fun adventures, so they won’t be left out. To sleep in paradise, Laucala’s accommodations start at a jaw dropping $5,000 per night. Yes, that’s correct, I said start!
So what do you think?? Would you pay $5,000 per night for a vacation in Paradise?? Let me know your thoughts.
Stay tuned…with vacation season right around the corner, I may choose a few more spots to check out. Oh, and by the way, you’re welcome! 🙂
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