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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 2 weeks ago

Bula! My wife and I spent the week of March 26th at Beqa. Upon leaving, I told Wayne, the manager, that I would be submitting a glowing report on our stay, so here it is. Words cannot adequately describe how wonderful it was there. The boat ride from Viti Levu was a great way to build up anticipation and excitement (it's also the only way to arrive at the island! No roads, no cars! Wonderful!). Upon arrival, we were greeted by several of the staff who stood on the beach and sang to us. Warm greetings were expressed as we waded to shore. After a cool washcloth and a cold drink, we were given a brief orientation on what we could expect during our stay. The grounds are immaculate! Everywhere we walked, we were greeted with an enthusiastic "Bula" and a smile. The people there are just the best, and they help make your stay all the more memorable. A big Vinaka to everyone there, especially Bulou, Joseph, Lose, Litia, Tomase, and especially Filo, who is the nicest person you'll want to meet and really keeps the place running! Wayne has been there a short time, but is implementing changes and equipment updates/improvements that will go even further in making this a place you want to visit. Please don't expect American luxury. You'll do a disservice to yourself and to the resort. It's very comfortable and it's "Fiji flair" is what makes the place so special. Relax, enjoy, and take it all in. You won't be sorry if you just let go and let things soak in. The views are spectacular (even the big geko we found on our wall one afternoon!), the food is delicious and well-presented, and mealtimes are announced with tree trunk drums that can be heard throughout the grounds. The house lagoon is well worth seeing, even if you don't dive. Speaking of, my wife and I aren't really divers, but the resort had plenty to keep us busy, including relaxing, snorkeling, village/school visits, kayaking, and a beautiful waterfall hike. And when I did finally muster up the courage to dive, the folks at the dive center were gracious and very helpful. The diving! I did a two tank dive on my final day there and all I can say is fabulous. Fiji has some of the best diving in the world, I'm told, and I believe it based on my day in the water. The dive masters are knowledgeable, patient, and safe. Bill took great care of me and helped overcome my apprehensions, leading me to a wreck and even a swim through Joseph's tunnel. Truly magnificent! Our departure was a sad day, only in that we knew we were leaving a special place. Like our arrival, several of the staff came to the shoreline to wish us, through song, a safe trip home. They were gracious and thanked us for coming. So, Bula Vinaka to all the folks at Beqa. My wife and I fell in love with you and your resort! Can't wait to return!

Dave C

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had the opportunity of spending a number of days at BLR early this month. It's a great location about 4 hours away from Nadi (approx. 3 hour car ride and 45 minute boat trip). It's closer to Suva if you have that option for your international flight. BLR is located on a small island (Beqa) that has a few resorts and villages scattered across the island. Many of the villagers work at the resort, which makes BLR much more than a tropical private resort and more like an extended family. The hotel and dive staff are hospitable and courteous. The people are relaxes and on Fiji time, so be patient and enjoy the trip. While it appears the main reason people trek to the resort is for the amazing scuba diving and snorkeling (it's really second to none), there are many other activities for the land loving people. The large pool and patio always have a little shade to provide some protection from the Fijian sun. Additionally,if you are in more of a relaxing mood, the spa is a good place to unwind and relax. If you want an adventure, then you should be sure to do the shark dive, snorkeling, the secret island excursion, water fall adventure, volleyball with the locals and village tours. What makes this place special is the staff. Whether it's the activities guys, the "band boys," bar staff, or many other individuals serving meals or assisting with other behind the scenes needs, they all do it with a smile and a warm welcome. It was easy to connect and build a long term relationship with the people. The resort grounds were beautiful with orchids, palm trees and other flowering plants everywhere you turn. It also has lots of birds, little hermit crabs and a house reef where you can easily snorkel. Another amazing part of the resort was the food. I almost always ordered the fish dishes, and they were always delicious. I'd highly recommend visiting this place. It's a great option for couples looking to have fun and meet other people, or families looking to have fun.

Matthew D - New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our dive group was plagued with multiple problems getting to Beqa Lagoon Resort, missed flight connections and lost luggage. The staff of the resort were very sympathetic, even loaning clothing to two ladies from our group. This is a beautiful remote island with wonderful native people. We felt very welcomed and well cared for during our stay. The food was great and plentiful. We saw walking on hot stones, heard and saw beautiful singing and dancing, were called to meals with slit drum rhythms. It rained quite a bit but it didn't detract from our experience. There were lots of activities in which to participate. I went to visit the local schools one day, went shopping on a walking tour to another village, climbed through the jungle to a waterfall to name a few. We lost wifi a couple of times and also our power once. This resort is not five star; rather it feels very authentic. I gladly trade the plushness of a fancy resort for a better feel for these marvelous people and their culture.

Billie Jo P - McCall, Idaho

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After 7 days on a dive we ended our dive vacation with 3 days on Beqa Lagoon resort. It was wonderful! We did 2 dives a day & enjoyed the rest of the day at the resort or hiking the island. My husband & I walked the path down to the village & really got to see how the Fijians live. They were very welcoming & so happy, I love them. Everyone at the resort was friendly& accommodating. We did the shark dive, which was WOW and a few short dives on our own. The BEST was the massages!!!! We got one every day, it's a must do! We were disappointed we didn't get up to the school because of our short stay, we are planning on going back!!!

MonicaNikki - Dana Point, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We are Australians living in Fiji and this is by far our favourite resort. The staff and GM are amazingly friendly and hospitable and can't do enough for you. If anything goes wrong they are quick to fix it or come up with alternative solutions. The food is amazing with great choices and plenty of it. The accommodation and restaurant area are of a very high standard with luxuries many other resorts don't have...such as much needed air conditioning. The diving is world class and the beach reef is great for an easy shore dive (free) or snorkel. My husband and I have been there 9 times already and every time we go we notice more improvements. You really do arrive as guests and leave as family.

Michelle N

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