Toberua is an exclusive island off the south-east coast of Viti Levu. All 14 deluxe bures have been built in traditional Fiji style on the beach, each with its own private courtyard. There is plenty - or nothing - to do. Activities include snorkelling, scuba diving, massage, village visits and playing on the 9-hole reef golf course.
Each bure is set right on the water's edge. As you cross the patio and enter your "island home" you will notice the height of the ceiling, soaring 28 feet above you. Paradoxically, in addition to offering you all modern conveniences including electricity, en-suite, refrigerator and round-the-clock hot water, your bure has been constructed in the traditional Fijian "Chiefly" style. This manner of building dates back many centuries and has survived through the passing on of the many craft skills involved from father to son.
Meals are usually eaten outside, especially in the evenings, when they are taken under the stars. You'll hear the beating of the lali (Fijian drum) when the chef is ready. Nothing quite equals candles on snowy linen, stars above and gentle guitars accompanied by the murmur of the ocean to make mealtimes occasions to remember for ever.
They obtain fresh sea foods from local fishermen who bring their catches right to the beach. Crayfish, prawns (in season), lobster and a myriad of crustacea.
Toberua Island Resort, Fiji
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