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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 6 days ago

We came to Beqa Island for the Tiger Sharks and boy were we not disappointed. Over 6 dives we encountered 21 tiger sharks and up to 7 Tigers on one dive. It was insane! The resort and staff are excellent and the food was great too! I highly recommend. Don't forget to do a little tide pooling on the side of the island in front of the bures. I saw a moray eel stuff himself in a hole with 6 inches of water, saw teddy bear crabs, mantis shrimp, and cone snails too.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

It’s about 45 min by boat to get to the resort from the mainland. Upon arriving we felt tired, dirty, and hungry after our 11 hr flight from LA. Phio, the assistant manager, gave a quick speech then handed it over to Wayne, the manager, who then went into depth about dives etc. Wanting to go to our rooms and get something to eat, or even enjoy the sun while we could was what we really wanted. An hour speech on our vacation time with no food in hand had us annoyed. We were grouped into rooms and even though there were three of us in a room, Phio stated we only get one key. When we arrived in our room we find that we cannot use our key in the lock. We going out that there is a lock at the top of the door and the padlock by the door handle isn’t a compatible key. Then we find there are no safes in the room. In speaking with other people in our groups, their rooms all had a safe. I spoke to Phio again and requested a safe since there was no cost doffeeence in our room. A safe was sent to our room, however the key given doesn’t not work with that either. I told Phio and she just said “oh” and did nothing to address the issue. The website also said the package was all inclusive except alcohol and had WiFi. I addressed this with Phio about any other juices, sodas etc that we want to drink

Jana W

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The diving was fantastic - and the dive operation matched the incredible underwater experience. The captain and dive masters on my boat were extremely safely conscious, recording each diver's maximum depth and total dive time following every dive. Anchor dives with dive master guides who not only monitor you and all in your group, but point out and identify local marine life. The shark dive is a must. The staff at the resort is equally attentive, learning your name and preferences right away. Food was awesome in taste and presentation. Following the evening meal we were usually treated to local songs performed by staff members that sure beat watching TV! Spa services are also a must. And don;t miss the Kava Ceremony or Fire Walkers!

Cathy K - Lake Worth

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I love Beqa Lagoon Resort and that keeps me coming back. During our most recent visit there were some unusual and unexpected challenges. A couple grumpy guests and a cyclone that someone mentions in an earlier review. The resort staff had no control over either of these issues occurring and they dealt with them superbly. The staff and that group's leader managed the grumpy guests as well as anyone could. I've traveled a fair bit and never seen two grumpier people. Hats off to Filo and Randy. I know the staff showed patience, kindness and went out of their way to accommodate them over the whole week. And, because of this, these guests had no impact on my families stay (other than a little entertainment). Regarding the cyclone, the resort and staff kept my family and I feeling completely safe and looked after. We had no worries at all. After the storm had passed, the visibility and currents affected the diving though we still had a great time. Every meal was delicious and something to look forward to. The staff are warm and genuine. The accommodations are casual and comfortable. A big "Thank You" to Su, the activity manager who paddled in the lagoon with my son, rain AND shine. He had such a good time and he'll always remember it. Thank you, Beqa.

Liiizard - Caloundra, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was our Dive Group's second trip to Beqa and we look forward to our next visit. The staff was outstanding. They were all very friendly, polite, attentive and helpful. Filo was so friendly and made us feel at home. Any issues were addressed immediately, but there were very few, and minor, if any. The food was amazing. Local fish, fresh fruit, plenty of chicken, beef, and vegetarian dishes, and the Fijian Feast was the best. The chef and his staff are to be commended for putting out such a great menu on such a small, isolated island. Fantastic meals, and great presentation as well. The weather didn't cooperate so much, as we had to endure a Catagory 3 Cyclone. The windows of the bures were boarded up, as was the front of the restaurant. We had winds up to 80 mph gusts, and 50 mph sustained, but no one got hit be flying coconuts. After it passed, we all helped the grounds staff clean all the debris from the pool, the grounds and the beach. Amazing what a bunch of divers and Fijians can accomplish in just a few hours. The beach looked pristine by the time we fiinished. The bar staff kept us well refreshed during the clean-up, and for the entire week as well. The rooms and bures were all cleaned thoroughly every day and well maintained. Thanks to the wonderful housekeeping staff. The visits to the villages were fun and educational. The children all seemed happy to see us, and welcomed us with a hearty "Bula" We hope to bring more donations and supplies with us next time. Sadly, the diving was slightly affected by the cyclone. Visibility wasn't as good as usual, and there were some currents stronger than usual. But the fish life was alive and vibrant. Amazing numbers, varieties, and colors. A couple of large, but friendly Moray Eels. Fortunately the Shark Dive was not afffected by the cyclone, other than the visibility. Beautiful 12-15 foot Tiger Shark....she make the 10 foot Bull Sharks look like little puppies. She was very impressive, almost majestic. The resort is not a fancy, 5 star is more of a comfortable, casual Fijian village style. No night club, no town to go into, no phones or TVs. Just a simple, quiet resort on a beautiful, isolated island with amazingly friendly and happy Fijian people. Thank you so much for your Fijian hospitality. Vinaka. I would also like to apologize for the behavior of two of our group who disrespected the staff, the resort, and the people of Fiji with their display of rude and self-centered behavior. Please do not judge all of us by thier poor attitudes and seemingly constant complaining. Fortunately we are not all like that. The resort is beautiful, comfortable, relaxing and we look forward to returning. Vinaka.

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