A Fiji surf resort nestled amongst a backdrop of rainforest, a stretch of private white sandy beach fringed with magnificent coral reefs
An off the beaten track destination Northern Fiji for couples, families and those that love adventure. Stay in traditional beachfront 'bures' given a contemporary makeover. Go deep into the local culture and discover a wide range of stunning environments - from world class surf breaks to Pacific jungles to pristine coral reefs. Acitivites range from surfing and diving to volleyball, village tours and the not to be missed local Fijian massage.
The traditional lodges, or bures, are suited for couples, independent travellers, or families and are as absolute beachfront as it gets! Safari style lodge accommodation offers an alternative glamping experience, simple but with contemporary comforts like mosquito nets, fans, electricity, en-suite bathrooms, lighting and verandas.
As well as surfing, activities at Maqai include snorkeling on the reef outside the resort, kayaking, and volleyball. For those wanting to keep things ultra relaxed, there are gentle jungle walks, while table tennis and chess can be enjoyed on site. In the evening guests have the opportunity to enjoy kava nights, singing and dancing.
Maqai has adopted several eco initiatives including solar power for energy, an organic vegetable and fruit allotment, coral reef protection, environmental education, waste recycling, and the use of fresh spring water. The lodge supports local villages through employment and support local business enterprise. Maqai was winner of the 2012 Lonely Planet Sustainability Award and one of 3 finalists in the ANZ Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards 2016 in the Sustainability category.
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