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Beqa Lagoon Resort in Beqa Island, Fiji

In the middle of the South Pacific find a place where you can escape from the noise of the modern world - with no telephones, cars or even roads, the islands of Fiji are blessed instead with the beauty of nature, one of the world's largest barrier reefs and the pristine blue of crystal clear water. On this island paradise, also referred to as the Soft Coral Capital of the World, you will find serene style and soothing relaxation at Beqa Lagoon Resort, where the best of Fiji is presented in South Pacific luxury. An intimate resort, Beqa features 25 deluxe and exclusive villas spread out beneath lush tropical landscape, beautifully appointed with traditional island decor. Delectable cuisine, activities at sea and on shore, relaxing hammocks, a large and luxurious infinity pool, and soothing aromatherapy massages in the privacy of your villa are the ingredients for perfect days in paradise.

Private villas, or bures as they are called in Fiji, dot the shoreline and offer private courtyards, large sundecks and cool plunge pools—in addition to the rhythmic sound of lapping waves. Discover a place listed in the New York Times bestseller 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, and experience fun-filled days snorkeling, swimming or kayaking in the warm waters of the blue lagoon. Hike to the mystical waterfalls, play a friendly game of volleyball with the locals or spend an exciting afternoon deep-sea fishing. Choose to surf the world class "Fijian Pipeline" at Frigate Pass, or dive the pristine reefs to discover the rich marine life, beautiful coral gardens and perhaps experience a riveting shark encounter. Beqa Island is also home to the legendary Firewalkers. This tradition began on this mystical island and the Beqa Lagoon Resort gives you the tremendous opportunity to witness this sacred ceremony. Meals are served in casual elegance at the spacious open air Bure Kalou restaurant, serving a menu laden with fresh local flavors. Discover the warmth and tranquility of the South Pacific at Beqa Lagoon Resort.

Location of Beqa Lagoon Resort

Beqa Lagoon Resort
Beqa Island, Fiji

Nearest Airport: NAN

Amenities for Beqa Lagoon Resort

  • General Information
  • 25 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa Services
  • Gardens
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Private Patios or Balconies
  • Air Conditioning
  • Private Pools
  • Hammocks
  • Private Courtyards
  • Activities
  • Cultural Classes
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Boat Excursions
  • Surfing
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Beach
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Beqa Lagoon Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

i spent a week at Beqa with my wife and 4 adult children. First of all I must say that in my 30+ years of traveling these were the nicest, most accommodating people I've ever encountered. by the time the trip was over we really felt like family. We were sooo sad to leave them at the end of the week. Lala made incredible food (portions at a copule meals could have been a bit bigger for one or two of us), Vasiti answered all my questions before and during our trip, Filo ran everything flawlessly and always with a smile. we all got massages at the spa and all loved them. Dive masters did a great job and the rental gear was not great but definitely better than average. two 50 minute dives each mornining and unlimited shore dives in the lagoon. this wasn't a bad place to do a quick night dive. No matter what your expectations are of the shark dive they will be exceeded. saw several large bull sharks and 4 tigers plus a dozen other assorted sharks. Had a 14' tiger bump into my go pro! Nuff said!! Bures were furnished well and had a fridge. it took a few minutes to get the water in the shower the right temperature but once you did it was simple the rest of the week. Wayne has his heart in this job and it shows. Lots of upgrades happening while we were there and more in the works it seems. Wayne, do tell everyone we say hi. Sandy

Y0rbaLinda - Yorba Linda, CA

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The 2 star review is mostly a reflection of the ownership. I wouldn't leave this type of review if this place was cheap. Its not the most expensive place but its definitely not cheap to stay here. I am from the US if that matters. The staff at the resort are excellent, kind hearted, attentive people, with the best of intentions but they can only do so much with what they have. The resort is located on a beautiful island and has a lot of potential. The main problem is that as a business owner, it looks to me that the owner is not reinvesting money into the business which is really dragging the place down. Ownership needs to either sell this place or start running the place the right way to make it more successful. They are doing the bare minimum to keep the place going and if it weren't for the shark dive i think this place would go under. Also it doesn't look to me that they take care of their staff. At the end of the trip i wanted to tip everyone for their hard work and there was no way to get money. I spoke with Wayne the resort manager and he told me they have a "cashless" system. That is a load of BS. When you have people working at a resort catering to clients, they need to be tipped. BRING CASH TO TIP. There are no atms on the island. To get cash you need to go to the pearl at pacific harbour, 45 min boat ride. Give the people their tip money. Dont put it in the "Christmas fund" box. Who knows how it is distributed. The resort has a few infrastructure problems. The pool is not nice, it was designed wrong. The waterfall feature is nice but the pool needs an open design. Also it is painted black inside, this color makes the pool very uninviting. Our beach side bure was adequate but definitely outdated and could use a refurbishment. Also there are many trees blocking the view of the ocean and make the yard dark in some areas. A couple on their honeymoon was at our table and they were telling us the water in their bure was either too hot or too cold the whole trip. Dining staff and food: Excellent food with a variety and staff was very prompt and attentive. Only bad thing is the assigned seating. If you are seated with people you dont really care for you might be stuck with them your whole trip or figure out a way to avoid them. Cleaning staff: Excellent job, always done well Spa Staff: Excellent experience. Great people Onsite entertainment: Good to excellent, most of the onsite shows/entertainment were good to excellent. Activities: Outside activities were good to excellent. Dive shop/Diving: As an experienced diver this is definitely the low spot at the resort. Some of the dive equipment is in bad shape. The wetsuits are in good shape. The second stage regs are in bad shape and a disaster waiting to happen. The bcs are in ok shape but sizes are very limited. I would recommend at the very least bringing your own regs and bc. I paid extra for nitrox and on a regular basis i was given 29-30 percent whenit was supposed to be 32. I made them aware and this continued, not sure why. Not enough O2 on hand? Machines couldn't do it? When i got to the resort i was very excited for the shark dive but i also wanted to see what else the area had to offer. When i asked the dive shop what was available they just said, your name is on the board and we decide on the boat the day of diving where we are going. I understand currents can affect diving but there was really no personalized care for my diving experience. Also the dive shop lacks a camera room. For anyone with a camera this is a really important feature. Also the dive staff's equipment is in poor shape. All of their stuff is beat up especially their wet suits, very rag tag, worn knees, old equipment. Also it seems that their masks are in bad shape. If you watch them on the dives most of the dive masters spend a lot of time clearing their masks. The boats work but are in poor shape. They are old and are falling apart. I was on the "bullshark" boat and the hatch on the back deck is almost broke and a sharp metal corner is sticking up. If a bare foot was to touch that someone could get really hurt. Their solution was to put a torn rubber mat over it. The "tradition" boat is in better shape but has definitely seen better days. Shark dive: This was definitely the highlight of the trip. A lot to see, large sharks and a variety of sharks. Best dives i have ever done for sure. The down side of the the dive is the dive masters have cameras and on the dive you need to compete with a few of the dive masters to get good photos because they are in the way making sure they get their shots on their go pros. Not all of them were doing this only a couple. Greeting/Goodbye They sing and play guitar as you arrive and leave which i thought was very heartfelt and a very nice touch. Unfortunately i would say do the shark dive and stay elsewhere, especially if you are a non diver. If you are going to charge what other places charge, make certain that you have the stuff other places have. If not, either get they same level/quality or charge less so as to not disappoint. Hopefully they will take this constructive criticism and make some positive changes.

Julian H

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We spent over in Beqa Lagoon Resort and had a great time. No roads, no cars - it is a great option to completely unwind and enjoy the best that nature has to offer. We were mostly there for the diving, which was amazing and the dive operation will be getting upgrades in the future, which is needed. Shark dives are well controlled only on the Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Going back to the site on a non-shark dive day proved that the behaviour of the sharks haven't changed (i.e. sharks did not arrive on their own accord with the boat at the same mooring / divers at the site). The other dive days were spent exploring inside the lagoon (nice hard coral and reefs) and on the outer reef (amazing display of soft corals) - the "Golden Arch" and "John's Tunnel" are outstanding sites. Guided 2 x boat dives are in the morning, and lunch is back at the resort. There is unlimited shore and night diving on the house reef, which is surprisingly good. We ended up spending hours exploring and finding amazing marine life. By comparison to other places, the reef is not as damaged by warmer waters (as I have seen elsewhere) and is still relatively healthy. There is some evidence of bleaching and a number of crown of thorns were observed. Resort wise - we were in a beach front bure on the other side of the point (rocky, not sandy beach). The rooms are moderate with nice facilities (fan, air-con, day beds, lounges, private jacuzzi, garden, renovated bathroom, safe, big wardrobe, hammock).The rocky beach revealed a cute surprise at low tide - an entire population of yellow fiddler crabs and hermit crabs - thousands of them. Against the black rock, they make for amazing photography. The food is rock star - the meals are pre-ordered in in the morning, so it's not too much of a wait when you get back from diving. Breakfast is buffet, lunch is a single meal and dinner is a three course delight. The food is mostly western or Asian, on Friday nights it's traditional Fijian - I never had Fiji Sea Grapes before, but now I'm on love with them! A burst of amazing delights on the tongue. There is a full service bar, and the staff are really wonderful - remembering guests preferences and making sure everyone is looked after pretty well. The massage is amazing. As a teaser, each guest receives a complimentary foot massage by the beach (nice touch). But it does leave you going back for more! I went back twice, once with my husband in their gorgeous beach front, open air, massage pavillon. I am susceptible to insect bites, so I sprayed before I went and only got a couple small bites. The massage treatment is fabulous and they use Pure Fiji products (natural products), which are really nice. We didn't have kids - but it did look like the kids were having a great time at the Kids Centre, while mum & dad were off diving in the morning. There is also a beautiful pool and lots of evening entertainment - fire walking, church choir, warrior dancing, kava ceremony, and many more. We hiked to the nearby waterfall, which was an adventure as it was muddy and rainy (could also use a couple more signs!). And there are plenty of organised activities for the non-divers and groups. All in all, we had a great time. Our video of the resort and the diving will be up on Facebook at sometime in the near future (Glass Bottom Films)

allison_low - Perth, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We spent 5 nights in Beqa Lagoon resort. Accommodation is spacious but a bit dated, housekeeping a bit neglectful. Rating: 3 stars. Breakfast is buffet style and ok. In the morning you also get to select your lunch (1 course) and dinner (3 courses). Variety is very good although I only ate fish dishes. The variations were fantastic and I was always deeply satisfied with what was served. Service staff is cheerful and efficient. Rating: 4.5 stars. I did four shark dives during our stay and it was amazing. We saw tiger-, bull-, lemon-, nurse- and grey reef sharks, not forgetting the black tips and many other fish. On one day we had 6 tiger sharks and the guides did a great job managing the hungry lot. Rating 5: stars. One last point: In the digital age a resort of this category should not charge internet separately.

hms1962 - Singapore, Singapore

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I was picked up from Nandi airport by a nice driver who told me a lot about the country and after a cardrive of about 2,5 hours the boat brought me directly to the resort within about 20 minutes. I was warmly welcomed by the staff, and a warm lunch immediately offered. My bure ( cottage with private pool ) was really amazing, placed directly at the beach. There were more than enough electricity boxes in the bure. WLAN vouchers could be bought per day or week. WLAN worked very well at the restaurant, and slowly at the bures. The food really was amazing. In the morning you could choose between beef, fish and vegetarian for lunch and dinner. For breakfast fresh fruits, meat, beef, sweets and so many other things were offered. I liked how people were seated together so you could get to know other people easily. There were many from New Zealand, Philippines, and a few from the US and Europe. People were dressed from legere to very well. Best activity for sure was the shark diving. We saw many really big bull sharks, lemon sharks and a tiger. Furthermore a big big ray and a turtle and unbelievably many smaller fish. The dive and boat crew were really kind and cared for everybody and everything. If you bring your own neoprene bring at least a 5mm since it is getting quite fresh when sitting and not moving in about 20m depth. For not diving people other activities were offered for each day. I joined a walk to a waterfall up some hill, really nice views, bring sport shoes no flip flop šŸ™ƒ furthermore I watched the fire show, that was quite interesting. Maybe think about bringing tablets for disinfection of drinking water. I used that for tab water and did not get any problems with my stomache. Mosquito spray and a rain jacket will make the holiday more enjoyable. A really really BIG thank you to the whole staff, you are amazing!!!

csae1554 - Basel, Switzerland

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