For travelers who have been dreaming about a tropical vacation in the South Pacific, Six Senses Fiji, is offering plenty of reasons to visit this exclusive resort, located on Fiji’s famous Malolo Island. And starting April 1, the resort’s employees will welcome guests back with a hearty “Bula!”
It’s easy to feel at home in one of the resort’s 24 luxury villas, each with its own private deck and swimming pool. The two- to five-bedroom residences are ideal for families and friends traveling together and offer spacious accommodations with wonderful panoramas of the South Pacific. Villas include a fully equipped kitchen with outdoor seating and entertaining space for those warm al fresco evenings. Sixty luxury residences (two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom configurations) are currently in development averaging from 6,500- to 10,500-sq. ft.
Dining at Six Senses Fiji exposes guests to the best of the South Pacific with dishes that are authentically local, sourced from local fisherman and farmers. The resort’s prized vegetable and herb garden inspires many of the dishes served in the three restaurants.
The crystal-clear blue waters just steps from the resort offer endless options for watersports including paddleboarding, kayaking, and swimming, as well as surfing. In recent years, the resort has focused on coral replantation making it an excellent snorkeling site. Of course, the region is known for some of the best scuba diving with colorful corals, clownfish, lionfish, reef sharks, and more just a 10-minute boat ride away. Parents with young children are encouraged to get out and play as the resort offers eight hours of complimentary babysitting per day.
Six Senses Spa Fiji, set within a jungle environment, is designed as a traditional Fijian village and invites guests to experience wellness treatments that go beyond the ordinary. The spa’s most popular treatment is the Fijian Bobo Massage, while other wellness programs focus on specific issues such as brain health, immunity, yoga, sleep, and Ayurvedic.
The resort’s accommodations and facilities are 100 percent solar powered, making it the largest microgrid in Fiji.