Exclusive Romantic Escape in Tropical Island Paradise, Fiji IslandsRakiraki, Western Division (Fiji)
· Kid-friendly · Swimming pool
Guest Bure Suites - These exclusive wood and straw huts, aka 'bures' will delight all your senses. They feature heart timber floors, plaster walls, stone tiles, wooden shutters, high ceilings and A/C. They include spacious dressing rooms, and luxury bathrooms complete with twin hand basins, shower, sculptural free-standing bath, and an outdoor shower that sits in a private garden. The beds come with fine, pure cotton linens and soft feather pillows..
The Hilltop Sleep-out Bure - For total privacy,romance and tranquility, the hilltop sleep-out bure is the perfect choice for a couple. The thatched, open-air bedroom combines luxury glamping with a rustic twist and is perfect for a rendez vous or a overnight stay. Read More
- Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Dining room
- Outdoor pool
- Dining table
- Air conditioning
The Main Lodge - With its modern design that also combines traditional architecture, the main bure perfectly blends with the surrounding lush and nurturing beauty. Every aspect of the main hub, from the colors, textures and patterns to the towels and the perfumed candles were carefully designed to reflect the sultry richness and intense colors of the Pacific. It's a center for fun and relaxation and includes a pool lounge with day beds, a spacious palm-tree lined swimming pool, plantation-style chairs, and soft feather-filled sofas. The open air veranda offers magical views of the ocean and invites its guests to enjoy a sundowner while the sun colors everything in a pink and orange glowing light.
Dining and Cuisine - Healthy, locally sourced and tasty meals served at the lodge feature the flavors and ingredients of the Fijian cuisine. Guests can indulge daily in a variety of freshly caught fish, and tropical fruit abounds with papayas, mangoes, bananas, pineapples and more.
Facials - include neck, shoulders, arm and hand massage, with a choice of scalp or a foot massage. Guests can choose from a deep cleanse facial that includes cleansing algae, seaweed and marine extracts or a papaya facial.
Massages - Guests can choose between a de-stress massage using lavender and chamomile, a reviving massage that uses lemon, lime and eucalyptus oils, a traditional Fijian massage, manicures and pedicures, or body wraps/scrubs featuring coconut, papaya, mud, seaweed and more.
Bamboo Rafting - First, you will visit Barotu Village. After a short village tour you will be taken to the river and will board a bamboo raft. On your tour you will pass giant mangroves, observe the native wildlife and learn interesting facts about the area. Back at the village, refreshments and crafts will be available.
Narara Waterslide Tour - A half-hour drive from Rakiraki will take you to a small inland village where you will be welcomed with a traditional ceremony combining dancing and singing. You will get to know the village and walk to a plunging cascade. The waterfalls drops 20-feet into a naturally heart-shaped pool.
Diving - The Bligh Waters provide unforgettable diving experiences surrounding Dolphin Island. Guided snorkeling and tank diving trips can be arranged. The water is warm and crystal clear and provides an amazing opportunity to observe an abundance of colorful coral reefs and exotic marine life.
Kayaking - Sea kayaks are available for rent. Take a picnic with you and explore the nearby islands.
Hobie Catamaran - Cruise around the warm tropical waters with the island's own catamaran whenever you like. The 15-30 knot sea breezes are perfect for drifting over coral reefs, racing with dolphins or just hanging loose and enjoying the beautiful area.
Fishing - Guests have the option to go fishing to sheltered reefs and maybe catch a coral cod, sea trout or snapper. Sport fishing the outer reefs may include coral trout, trevally, tuna, barracuda, walu, and mahimahi. Rods and lures are provided.
Suncoast Tour - A guided tour will take you to nearby villages, the renowned Church of the Black Christ, the township of Rakiraki, the sugar mill, and the tomb of the last cannibal chief Udreudre.
Shopping in Rakiraki - Discover the bustling bazaars, tropical colors, local stores, niche products, traditional and unique shops, kava stands, open-air buses, and the Fijian, Indian and European influences that dominate the town of Rakiraki.
Tapa-making Class - A guided tour will take you to one of the local Fijian villages where you can learn the traditional craft of tapa cloth making from one of the village's finest practitioners.
- Laundry service
Location + Surroundings
The upscale wood and straw huts, aka bures, lie tucked away on the private Dolphin Island, located only a 10-minute cruise off the Fijian mainland. This little piece of land is the true essence of a tropical island paradise. It lies nestled like a precious jewel in the Pacific Ocean, surrounded by clear, warm, turquoise waters, colorful reefs and a lush, emerald-green natural beauty that will blow you away at every turn. The upscale lodge combines traditional architecture with modern design elements crowned with luxury accommodations, high-end services such exotic and quality massage and treatments, a spacious palm-lined swimming pool, authentic tropical Fijian dining and more. It's a haven of romance, luxury and adventure in a Pacific paradise. Read More
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No parties
- As long as you cancel at least 7 days before check-in, you will receive a full refund minus our service fee.
- If you cancel within 7 days of check-in, you will receive a refund for 50% of the stay, minus the first night and service fee.
- If you cancel after check-in, any refund will be at the host's discretion (and will not include the service fee).
Rates are based on single occupancy per night. Rates include vehicle transfers from Nadi to Wananavu Wharf and boat transfers from Wananavu Wharf to Dolphin Island, all meals and a standard bar. Rates also include the use of all island facilities, kayaks, Hobie catamaran and snorkeling equipment. Transfers to and from Dolphin Island are also available by seaplane and helicopter at an extra cost. Read more