Located off the Northern coast of Vanua Levu just inside the Great Sea Reef, one of the largest pristine barrier reefs in the world, Nukubati Island is the site of an exclusive resort. Built in the style of an old coconut plantation, the resort is surrounded by coconut groves and a white coral sand beach facing a tranquil bay. This hideaway is limited to fourteen guests at a time!
With only seven bungalows, or bures as they are known in Fijian (including three romantic honeymoon bures) privately owned Nukubati Island is set amongst the 330 islands which constitute the Fijian chain. Just a few feet from the beach, bures features separate living and sleeping areas, a very private sunbathing patio, and a front verandah with spectacular sunset views.
Nukubati has a dedicated staff of 40 catering to only 14 guests. Food is "Nouveau Fijian", and always fresh from the sea. Lobster, crab, clams, coral fish and lovos, spicy curries, and coconut desserts are some of the delicacies on the menu. The island's garden provides a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables. The kitchen is open all day, and late into the night. There are no set meal times, so if you are inclined to join the island festivities until the early hours of the morning, you will never have to worry about missing breakfast.
Activities include tennis, snorkeling, motorboating, sailing, island walking treks, plus optional Scuba diving and sport or game fishing.
Nukubati Island Hotel, Fiji
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