ROYAL DAVUI, Fiji

World Travel Magazine - - Where To Stay Exclusive Islands -

So you want to be alone––need to recharge, re­ju­ve­nate and maybe rein­vent your­self? Welcome home to the beauty in the mid­dle of nowhere. While no man is an is­land, a man can cer­tainly have a great time on his own, in the mid­dle of spec­tac­u­lar Beqa La­goon at this exclusive, adults-only re­sort & sanc­tu­ary. Book the en­tire is­land of 16 vil­las for your­self and a loved one, or re­serve it for your next cel­e­bra­tion and en­joy invit­ing fam­ily and your clos­est friends to join in cre­at­ing mem­o­ries of a life­time. At your re­quest, the re­sort will es­tab­lish a no-fly zone for your ul­ti­mate pri­vacy. The staff spe­cialises in mak­ing unique events a re­al­ity. Maybe the best mem­ory will be merely show­ing up to your bare­foot life ready to sur­ren­der to this ex­pe­ri­ence. This place lets you party as hard as you want or live like a her­mit with unique ex­pe­ri­ences like kava cer­e­monies and cock­tail beach par­ties to de­serted sand cay cham­pagne break­fasts, only a short 7-minute boat ride away from the is­land. Once the ef­fects from the mild nar­cotic kava drink, made from the pow­dered root of the pep­per plant, wears off you’ll be ready for some world-class pam­per­ing. An­tic­i­pa­tory ser­vice be­yond com­pare goes way be­yond turn­down ser­vice to in­cor­po­rate what­ever your heart de­sires in terms of trans­fers and cus­tom themes you re­quire. Thrill seek­ers can in­dulge by sailing Ho­bie cata­ma­rans and sea kayaks, go deep-sea fishing, or en­joy some of the best scuba in the world in­clud­ing ship­wrecks, soft corals, and swim­ming through caves. While oth­ers may en­joy is­land walks, bocce ball, cro­quet, and stand up pad­dle­board­ing. In­dulge at Davui Fiji Spa where the masseuses tap into the le­gendary beauty se­crets of Pa­cific Is­landers, de­vis­ing ex­otic, an­cient treat­ments to heal your mod­ern day aches and pains. roy­al­davuifiji.com

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