Savasi Island Provides A Private Peaceful Paradise in Fiji

This boutique private island resort is secluded and romantic
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Savasi Island Cave Dining

Shaena Engle

Guests can dine inside a secluded cavern.

Located on a private 52-acre island on Vanua Levu, Fiji, Savasi Island is a boutique resort offering guests secluded beaches and pristine reefs surrounded by a coral cay and a lagoon.

The resort houses seven villas, each with a unique space and style.  Each villa provides complete privacy and uninterrupted 360 degree ocean views.

Gourmet meals are inclusive and combine Fijian and South Pacific culture, utilizing fresh local seasonal ingredients.  Meals change daily and include kokada, tiger prawns on rice, baked rourou, slow cooked lamb, local fish, beef satay, samosas and deep friend bananas among other dishes.  Guests can dine in a variety of locations including the reef restaurant, a secluded cavern with an ocean view, a private beach or in the comfort of their own villas.

The Sea Spray Spa provides a range of facial and massage options including an overwater treatment deck, banana wrap and Fijian bobo massage. 

The unique location of the resort provides numerous one-of-a-kind dive sites and caverns to explore as well as marine excursions including dolphin watching, fishing, kayaking and moonlight snorkeling.

In addition to water activities, Savasi Island provides cooking classes; lovo feast nights and visits to the pearl farm, Savusavu market and local villages.  Guests can also hike and walk throughout miles of the surrounding Fijian forests.

Fiji Airways provides direct flights to Nadi International Airport from a variety of U.S. cities as well as from Australia and New Zealand.  Upon arrival in Nadi, guests can  board a short flight to Savasavu airport where staff from Savasi Island Resort will pick them up in a complimentary shuttle. 

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