Beqa Lagoon – Fiji

Overview:

Beqa Lagoon is a secluded resort in Fiji. Only fifteen square kilometers Beqa Island has no roads, no towns and only a few isolated villages scattered around the perimeter. The island is skirted by stretches of sandy beach laced with mysterious tide pools. Although the resort grounds are neatly groomed, colorful island critters still have free range. Just behind the resort the land slopes gently upward into a tropical forest. Further into the forest one comes across a fresh water stream descending from a waterfall just about a mile from the resort.

Accommodations:

This intimate resort features 25 deluxe, private air-conditioned villas (called bures) spread out beneath the lush tropical landscape. Each of these generously sized mini-suites are beautifully appointed with traditional island decor.

12 stunning beachfront bures grace the shoreline, each with their own private courtyard, large sundeck and cool plunge pool. One of the beachfront bures is designated as the honeymoon bure featuring premium ocean view, upgraded contemporary interior and even a romantic outdoor shower.

6 charming bures surround the koi pond and 3 private bures are tucked away in the garden.

For families or groups there are 4 comfortable and spacious two bedroom bures. Each of these are about 1,000 square feet with 2 private bedrooms and a large living and dining room area. Enjoy soothing ocean views from your private patio or balcony.

Dining:

Meals are served in the casual elegance of their spacious open air Bure Kalou. Their chef Laniana “LaLa” prepares a wide variety of dishees that amaze even the most experienced gourmet. Enjoy fine dining with a magnificent range of taste sensations including fresh local fish, vegetables and fruit. New Zealand lamb, Australian beef and incredible desserts. There are plenty of choices to quench your thirst-imported wines, Fijian beer, fresh squeezed juice and refreshing spring water.

Diving:

Surrounded by over 190 miles of spectacular coral, Beqa Lagoon is one of the world’s largest barrier reefs. Diving these calm protected waters is like exploring another world. The water is clear and warm, visibility is typically over 100ft, currents are generally mild and the water temperature stays a fairly constant 80 degrees. Many of the most spectacular dive sights are only a few minutes from shore and if you stayed long enough, you could explore over 100 different sights.

Activities:
  • Diving
  • Surfing
  • Cultural Experiences
  • Snorkeling
  • Kayaking
  • Fishing
  • Spa

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