Amongst this vast unspoiled wilderness sits the collection of villas subtly blending into the surrounding canopy, with only the bright blue of the villas private plunge pools peeking through the greenery. The villas are traditional dwellings, with different vistas depending on its island location, spaced evenly apart they are private and homely. If you’re travelling with a big group the Hilltop Estate has unrivalled views and its own panoramic pool. With an addition of a private chef, and nanny should it be needed, it allows you to fully escape and disconnect from all but the Fijian hospitality and natural abundance around you.
The cuisine at Laucala is all inspired by farm-to-table, with the fresh seafood caught mere hours before dining and the organic produce picked from the gardens and farms across the island. The chef needs to add little to enhance the quality of his ingredients, but the additions of the home-grown spices such as vanilla, pepper and tropical herbs create memorable flavours. Dine in the privacy of your villa or for a more communal atmosphere head to one of the five restaurants and bars all offering differing levels of formality and gastronomic experiences.
With so much of the natural landscape to explore the addition of the varied activities gives you a myriad of different experiential experiences to fill your days with awe-inspiring adventures. From relaxing in the spa and wellness suite to the more adventurous horse-riding or water sports centre options. There is something for everyone and many opportunities to try something new and exhilarating, all with the spectacular island as a backdrop.