December 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Nanuku Auberge Resort in Pacific Harbour, Fiji Islands
Fiji is renowned for its stunning beaches, beautiful warm climate, and its unique relaxed island atmosphere. With adventure hidden around every corner, you’ll find incredible things to do at Nanuku Auberge resort. Or, you may choose to simply surrender to the natural rhythm of relaxation, taking in the island life. Regardless, we welcome you to stay with us, and submit to the lure of the Pacific. From our spacious suites, to our grand villas and our magnificent real estate in Fiji, Nanuku Resort offers luxurious accommodations that deliver the utmost in comfort, style and atmosphere. Every living space surrounds you in luxury with sophisticated decor, rich textiles, lush courtyards, and inspiring ocean views.
Presented with passion and authenticity behind every Auberge culinary experience, Nanuku is a Fiji all-inclusive resort and offers a remarkable dining experience as part of your stay. From inventively crafted cuisine to familiar comforts, our menus are inspired by the highest quality and locally sourced ingredients—from garden fresh produce to fresh caught seafood—to create a fabulous fusion of international and Fijian dishes. The blue Pacific Ocean and Pacific Harbour are home to an array of Fiji activities and adventures including outstanding snorkeling, sailing and sport fishing. Play championship golf in Fiji and take in the stunning views of the sea and surrounding rainforest. If you are a thrill-seeker, ride down the dunes and try sand boarding, zip-line through a tropical rainforest or discover the many hidden waterfalls on an adventurous hike. For a tranquil experience, unwind at our intimate Fiji spa, lounge the day away in a hammock or sample local arts and culture at Pacific Harbour Village just steps away.
Location of Nanuku Auberge Resort
Nearest Airport: NAN
Amenities for Nanuku Auberge Resort
- Private Chef
- Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Housekeeping Service
- Fitness Center
- Butler Service
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Private Pools
- Private Gardens
- Private Terraces
- Complimentary WiFi
- Scuba Diving
- Ecological Excursions
- Horseback Riding
- Active & Adventure
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Spa & Wellness
- Summer Getaways
- Winter Getaways
Reviews for Nanuku Auberge Resort
From the moment we arrived at the gate we knew that this wasn't going to be an ordinary resort. The service, attention to detail, the food, staff everything was amazing, just wish we could of stayed longer, maybe next time
Julie238 - Sydney, Australia
I've had the pleasure of staying at many luxury resorts and hotels worldwide. The one thing that stood out with Nanunuku is the friendliness of the staff. You can receive great service at any 5 Star hotel, but here it is something special. You literally form bonds with the staff and by the time you leave you feel like you are leaving family. There's something special happening here and I highly recommend making a trip to see what I'm talking about.
audijared - Los Gatos, California
My family took a much needed holiday where the four of us (children aged 10&12) could each do what we wanted to do, all at our own pace. The resort provides villa buddies and villa mammas to every family and these delightful local Fijians took our city children out and introduced them to nature. My husband and I could join them when we wanted to - we loved going to Nanuku Is; a tiny white sand island you can walk around in 10 minutes & we snorkelled, paddled boarded, kayaked & the kids helped husk coconuts & ate them. We stayed by the pool when the children went boating up the estuary to set crab traps (my son took his crab to the chef who prepared it for his dinner). They planted mangrove seeds with the marine biologist, went kayaking in the mangroves and when we sat down for dinner each night, we had fabulous discussions, where our daughter explained why she learned it is so important to preserve mangrove life. Loved it! The resort villas are luxurious and the location beautiful, but it's truly the staff who make all the difference. If you are looking for a kid's club with the latest technology, this is not it. Their kids club is the 100 or so hectares of mangroves, ocean and bushland that surrounds them. Oh and the barista makes a great flat white coffee. Blissful.
KathrynVan - Sydney, Australia
We spent a wonderful 5 nights at Nanuku Auberge. The location is beautiful, the staff is warm and friendly, and they really make an effort to make sure your stay is personable and comfortable. PROS: The staff is amazing. They really go all out to make sure you have a wonderful experience, and they are genuinely friendly. The rooms are large, clean and comfortable. There are numerous activities available at the resort, and lots of excursions outside. The resort is small, so you never feel crowded or that you need to compete for the on-resort amenities. CONS: The restaurant is fairly expensive, so if you plan to eat all meals at the resort consider a meal plan. TIPS: Convert your US $ to Fiji $ for outside shopping. There are particulars to using US $ that I never quite understood, so save yourself the guesswork on costs by converting first.
325scottz - Seattle, Washington
We just had a really fantastic 10-night stay at Nanuku. The accomodation (we had a two storey villa with a pool) was just perfect for our family of five, the activities were fun and the facilities really good. However, what really made the trip were the fantastic people. Our Villa Mamma (who was lovely to the boys), the gardener (who brought coconuts for the boys to drink), tour guide Tukini (who showed us the real Fiji) and our barman Avito (who told us lovely stories of his family) really helped us feel at home. A special mention though must go to Bati our buddy (from the kids club) who spent so much time with our boys that he became like their big brother. He was gentle and patient with our 3-year old whilst also being adventurous and fun with our two older boys (5 and 7). Such a fantastic trip and we would definitely recommend Nanuku.