"An exclusive and romantic retreat boasting picturesque, panoramic views of the South Pacific ocean."
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- Three luxurious villas
- Vanua Levu, Fiji.
- A peaceful sanctuary providing the ultimate privacy, allowing you to escape from the outside world and emerge yourself in the pure pristine nature of the Pacific.
- The resort sits wedged between the Fijian rainforest and the Pacific Ocean so the views that surround you are utterly breath-taking.
- Scuba diving in the Pacific ocean and taking in the spectacular marine life.
- The personal and unparalleled service provided throughout the whole stay.
- The exceptional standard and variety of food was absolute perfection.
Located on Fiji's second largest Island, this is perhaps the most intimate destination we have ever visited. Only two couples occupy the resort at any one time, giving the hotel the most remarkable
feeling of privacy. This place forms a bubble in which you and your loved one are the only inhabitants.
Take a stroll down the two kilometre private beach, taking in the magnificence of the surroundings, admiring the crystal clarity of the turquoise sea and basking in the warm glow of the sun. This truly is the perfect honeymoon destination, a fact not lost on the resort. The hotel is designed in the traditional Balinese Pavillion style architecture. Perched on a small hill between rainforest and sea, the resort feels very much attuned to its unique and exotic surroundings.
In the evening, guests can enjoy a candlelit ‘under the stars’ experience; a sumptuous dinner beneath the myriad stars of the southern sky, followed by freshly picked lemongrass tea.
The food at Emaho Sekawa is particularly noteworthy, with local specialities such as Kokada providing a nirvana for seafood lovers. The island’s large Indian community means the resort is awash with creative fusions that would content the world’s most discerning vegetarians.
The hotel is a short boat ride from the stunning Namena Marine Reserve, which claims the title of ‘soft coral capital of the world’. Its 100ft visibility and near zero pollution enables a truly unique diving opportunity. The hotel has a fully trained Padi Divemaster on site, so lack of experience need not be a hinderance to exploring the aquatic jungle that lies below the waves. You can kayak up the nearby river, or trek through the jungle while the hotel staff guide the way and explain the folklore of the area, the significance of fauna and the utility of the flora.