Together again in Fiji – Sponsored Stories

Six Senses Complex. Photo / Supplied.

Whether you’ve had to postpone a birthday or a wedding or are looking to finally commemorate an occasion with your loved ones in a very special place, Fiji offers the magic. Celebrate where happiness finds you.

If circumstances have meant that your celebration of love – be it a wedding, anniversary, renewal of vows, honeymoon, romantic vacation or simply the opportunity to be with loved ones – has been thwarted or downplayed over the past couple of years, now is the time to put that special occasion firmly back on the calendar. And after the hard works of lockdowns and restrictions, we deserve more than ever to mark it in a place so wonderfully set up for such auspicious times. Here we take a look at Fiji’s sublime choices for celebrations, whether it’s just you and your loved one, or the whole family on board.

Likuliku Lagoon Resort.  Photo / Supplied.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort. Photo / Supplied.

If you’re ready to say “yes,” take the stress out of planning and let one of Fiji’s many wedding-specific packages take care of all the details. Among others, Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort, Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort and Malamala Beach Club all have options for stunning ceremonies (you can even take over the whole island for the day at Malamala Beach Club if the budget allows). , along with up to 400 of your closest friends). If you need some pampering time before, or maybe after, the revelry, Shangri-La Yanuca Island, Dusk ’til Dawn.

The package is a night of indulgent bliss. A honeymoon in Fiji will be memorable no matter where you go. but to add to the romance, why not take a boat or helicopter trip to a secluded beach or island for a lavish, private, secluded picnic for two – many resorts offer this option as part of their offerings. Barefoot luxury abounds at Fiji’s adults-only resorts: Tokoriki Island Resort has an air of relaxed exclusivity with a maximum of 72 guests; Likuliku Lagoon Resort’s stunning bures, some on stilts, are the perfection of romance and Royal Davui Island Resort, located in the spectacular Beqa Lagoon, will cater for all your needs. For something a little different, at boutique Savasi Island Resort, you even have the option of enjoying an epic cave dinner.

Whether family and friends have come to mark the big day, or you want an exceptional location for a long-awaited reunion, Fiji is what family vacation dreams are made of. And there’s an abundance of private villas and residences that can accommodate large families and groups. Here are some options that will make your party feel like your home away from home – albeit in paradise – and give your loved ones the chance to fully unwind into island life.

Residences at VOMO Island Fiji
Enjoy the flexibility of using resort facilities while enjoying the comforts of a private residence in one of VOMO Island Fiji’s six contemporary Fiji-style residences. Nestled amongst the island’s tropical gardens is The Royal, where you can choose from three king bedrooms and host your own dinner parties with your meals cooked in the residence’s gourmet kitchen. The BeacHouse is centrally located to all island amenities including The Rocks, Ocean Play watersports, golf course and Kui Spa. And two new residences have recently opened: The Reef House and Talei Taki. Both have butler service, their own private pool (or pools), ocean views, and direct beach access. Don’t want to share VOMO? Reserve the whole island for your private use.

Resort on the island of Tokoriki.  Photo / Supplied.
Resort on the island of Tokoriki. Photo / Supplied.

Private Residences at Six Senses Fiji
Treat your family to the wellness escape of their dreams at Six Senses Fiji. Immerse yourself in the tropical surroundings of Malolo Island in one of 10 private residences, ranging from two to five bedrooms, each with its own private pool. Whether you choose a residence with hillside views or oceanfront access, you’ll benefit from personalized meal plans, sleep schedules, and meditation sessions. Or for the more adventurous family, help plant coral on their reef, hang out at the local surf spot, Cloudbreak and collect your own eggs from Cluckingham Palace.

Six Senses, Hideaway Pool Villa.  Photo / Supplied.
Six Senses, Hideaway Pool Villa. Photo / Supplied.

Island Villas at Musket Cove Island Resort & Marina
For an affordable option, Musket Cove Island Resort & Marina has 10 two-bedroom private island villas, nestled among coconut palms and tropical gardens, and along their lagoon and beachfront. Located on their own private island, the island villas share a swimming pool and barbecue area. Privacy and tranquility are the key words here. Each villa has two identical bedrooms with adjoining bathrooms, a living room with kitchenette and a large covered outdoor terrace. The family will never run out of things to do, as the resort is a magnet for water lovers with plenty of opportunities for fishing, diving, windsurfing, kayaking, sailing and surfing.

Resort on the island of Tokoriki.  Photo / Supplied.
Resort on the island of Tokoriki. Photo / Supplied.

Wherever you choose to go in the idyllic nation, book and travel with confidence knowing that the tourism industry has done everything possible to ensure we are all safe, following the protocols of the pledge Care Fiji, ensuring only the highest standard of health and safety practices endorsed by the World Health Organization. So all you have to do is kick back, relax, and let happiness find you. Fiji, open to happiness!

Learn more about traveling to Fiji and find inspiration at www.fiji.travel