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A virtual visit of Nanuku Auberge Resort

Located on a 500-acre private estate with a three-kilometre sandy beach on Viti Levu Island near Pacific Harbour, Nanuku Auberge Resort takes Fiji’s luxury travel category to unprecedented levels.

ACCOMMODATION

Nanuku is the 1st all-villa boutique resort on Fiji’s main island including 37 incredibly spacious suites, villas and residences.

LOCATION

Nanuku is located at Pacific Harbour, aka ‘Fiji’s Adventure Capital’ presenting guests with access to over 50 land and sea adventures; including jungle hiking, Raka rugby training, white-water rafting, waterfall trekking, plus so much more.

PRIVATE ISLAND & NEARBY SANDBANK

Nanuku has its own white-sand island only 20 minutes via boat for day trips, overnight camping and even intimate weddings. An exquisite sandbank known as ‘Honeymoon Island’ is also available for day trips and weddings.

WORLD-CLASS CUISINE

Nanuku’s award-winning Pacific Rim cuisine offers many bespoke dining experiences including Nanuku’s signature Treetop dining.

UNPRECEDENTED CHILDREN’S BENEFITS

Nanuku offers a five-to-one staff-to-guest ratio. Complimentary babysitting is available for every child newborn to 6 years from 8am to 8pm daily, as well as a Nanuku buddy for families with children aged 6-14 years from 8am to 8pm daily. Children under 8 years can stay, play and eat for FREE while children over 8 pay only 50% of the normal children’s meal plans.

SUSTAINABILITY LEADERS

Nanuku is committed to leading sustainable and socially responsible tourism with their ‘Planet Auberge’ program; including a Marine Scientist to improve marine ecosystems, guest education, seasonal and sustainable cuisine, community outreach, staff well-being and a minimal resort environmental footprint.

Visit the resort’s website here, and take a 360 degree virtual tour of the resort here.

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