November 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
Nearest Airport: NAN
Amenities for Beqa Lagoon Resort
- General Information
- 25 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- In-Room Amenities
- Private Patios or Balconies
- Air Conditioning
- Private Pools
- Private Courtyards
- Cultural Classes
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Scuba Diving
- Boat Excursions
- Wildlife Viewing
- Active & Adventure
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Beqa Lagoon Resort
Just yesterday returned from Beqa and stayed at Beqa Lagoon and Resort. Snorkeling is FANTASTIC. The folks their are a 5-star PADI CENTER so they also have diving and snorkeling outings. The resort, staff, food, entertainment and the people on the island are a friendly, genuinely easy going, and polite people. The staff at the resort are top notch. Tea, coffe, and water are provided, however sodas, other deserts, and liquor drinks are extra and a bit expensive.They are undergoing superb landscaping upgrades. No crime but they do have security and by day 2 everyone knows your name and all speak English. A MUST SEE AND STAY in our book, and YES we plan to return next holiday.
jacqueline1017 - Floresville, Texas
We had a fantastic week at Beqa Lagoon Resort in the first week of October. There were 7 of us. Kids from 8 through to 22 plus one girlfriend and parents! Accommodation was in really well appointed bures (separate cabins) with plenty of room, aircon and nice bathrooms. We as parents had a 2 room dwelling so our 8 year old could be close. Meals were included and of high quality and plenty of it on the set menu. If you wanted a la carte it was available. The setting for the resort is gorgeous and relaxed and so laid back with the most lovely and helpful staff. We also did a lot of scuba diving as well as just lazing around. The diving is well organised and high quality soft corals with plenty of life around. The shark dives are brilliant and a definite bucket list opportunity. I have done many shark dives in Fiji over the years and this tops them. Entertainment in the form of guitars and singing, fire walking etc was available each evening and was appropriate and fun for all ages. Bar prices and in room bar prices are reasonable. The resort is doing a lot of upgrading and so it is likely to only get better. Power was reliable and constant. Service was very very good and the staff were so so nice and helpful and the spa and massages were just right. My wife and I both thought that this had been the best holiday we had ever been on as a family. I can not recommend it highly enough if you want a week away from it all on an island in Fiji diving, eating, snorkelling lying by the pool or doing nothing at all. Brilliant.
Alex F - Canberra, Australia
Excellent location for diving and shark dives in particular were amazing, but accommodation was below average for the price. If we had been paying far less it would have been perfectly acceptable, but given the VERY high price it left a bitter taste in our mouths. Also, DON'T DRINK THE WATER! They advertise that the water is from a spring and safe to drink, our experience was the opposite. We both have diarrhea shortly after leaving and did not stay anywhere else. Judging by how brown the water gets and the amount of little chunks that come out of the taps it is not filtered at all. We could see a couple of dead ants in our bottle after filling up with tap water. Same goes for the water cooler in the dining hall and the water served at dinner. We ended up buying 1.5L Fiji waters for $7.50 each from the bar. Would recommend bringing plenty of water in from the mainland yourself. Onella at the dive centre was great! However, other dive masters showed quite a lack of knowledge and were very rough with the wildlife, including one holding onto a struggling turtle so guests could get a photo. We also found the same negative issues as others mentioned on here, such as tanks filled between 180 and 230 bar. All the o-rings on the tanks were old and cracked causing leaks. We used our own gear and was told to leave it all in a box on the boat so the staff could look after it. Gear was never cleaned, dive computer got a cracked screen and our fins got mixed up with another guests and we found that all our gear was just left on the boat unsecured every night. If you are bringing your own gear INSIST that you look after it yourself and take it off the boat with you every day. Also make sure it is very clearly labelled. Rooms were pretty nice, but the showers are terrible. Being an established dive resort I expected that they had figured out how to get a hot shower to work, but no... Water pressure is just a trickle, alternates between burning hot and freezing cold. We had to swap rooms when our hot water completely broke in the first one, we were told it was because the hot water system had clogged up with mud (another reason to not believe that the water was clean or filtered at all). On the plus side they did organise transfers which were nice, quick and easy. The staff were mostly wonderful, with the exception of Louis who took 2 days to not fix our shower and then told us it was fixed, as long as we don't turn the mixer to hot. This all would have been fine if we were paying standard prices, but for such a premium price it's really not good enough. We would recommend staying on the mainland and just diving around Beqa. Resort is not worth the extra money. P.S. shout out to Onella, Joseph, Filo and Rupeni for the excellent customer service, they were absolutely lovely.
Michelle Y - Brisbane, Australia
Beqa is a beautiful resort set on a small island a quick hop away from Viti Levu. Transfers were seamless from airport to resort. The rooms are spacious, clean and beautifully decorated. Each room stands alone with a large garden. There are private plunge pools that are a great way to unwind. The shark dive was a big disappointment. Whilst it felt safe and the staff did their best to attract sharks, for whatever reason, we saw no bull or tiger sharks. Furthermore, a dive the previous week also had not seen either of these species. As this was the main reason for choosing the resort and the resort's USP (with their website stating "since the end of July 2015 weâ€™ve had 2 or more tiger sharks on every dive"), I felt this was inaccurate advertising. I mentioned this to the manager and we were given a refund for the dive. Despite visiting several months ago, their website still carries this statement. The restaurant offers a varied menu in an open plan setting. Like many hotels these days, there is a semi-insistence that guests dine on communal tables together. As such, the enjoyment derived from such an experience is largely dependent on the other guests in the hotel. Some nights we were lucky, others not so much. The surrounding villages are interesting to explore with friendly locals and vibrant flora. Due to the weather, some activities, such as fire walking were not available, but the kava evening was a pleasant experience.
Medicwithapaddle - London
This was a terrific trip. The place was very well run, the setting was spectacular, the staff was exceptionally attentive, and the accommodations were luxurious. I found the assigned seating for dinner very good. My family made friends from all over the world that we may not have otherwise. The food was excellent. The diving was terrific. I got sick at the end of the trip and had to stay an extra day. The staff was so kind and accommodating and helped me make all rescheduling arrangements.