An exclusive adults-only sanctuary situated in Fiji’s spectacular Beqa Lagoon offering barefoot luxury and intimacy.
Royal Davui Island Resort is a boutique, barefoot luxury island resort with 16 exquisitely appointed villas nestled around 10 acres of lush tropical landscape. Wishing to keep the island as natural as possible, the resort designed the villas, buildings and amenities to blend into and around existing vegetation and old growth trees. The reef surrounding the island as been declared a no fishing zone, creating a stunning marine reserve with countless species of fish, clams and coral for guests to enjoy.
Villas are superbly appointed with stylish modern features while maintaining the Fijian tradition of thatched roofs and wooden construction. Each stunning vale features its own heated private plunge pool, spa bath, separate lounge room, sun deck and wet bar. Villas offer superb views out over our surrounding reefs and neighbouring islands.
A romantic champagne breakfast on a deserted sand bar, the indulgence of a Spa Treatment, the pleasure of doing nothing on a private beach. Royal Davui’s resort activities provide an array of ways to enjoy the lagoon. With the island catamarans, paddle boards or sea kayaks you can explore the fringing coral reefs. Put on a dive mask and the island's extraordinary coral gardens are revealed. For the more active guest, the waters near the resort offer deep-sea fishing and some of the Pacific’s most spectacular dive sites.
During the construction of the resort, villas were placed in locations which eliminated the need to cut down old growth trees, plus keep the impact to the coral reef to an absolute minimum. The resort has introduced a full tertiary sewage treatment plant meaning that all waste-water is treated and converted into usable garden water. All timber used in the construction was purchased from sustainable plantation stock to reduce the impact on our beautiful forests. The resort has also introduced water filters in an effort to move away from the wasteful nature of plastic bottled water.
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