Dare to discover something different. This once in a lifetime ‘book your own private island’ opportunity allows adventurous vacationers and travelers alike to escape the stresses of everyday life and return to nature in its rarest form.
Nanuku Island is a tiny 10-acre paradise where time stands still. All around you hundred year-old coconut trees burst from the jungle floor, and fifteen miles of the South Pacific’s signature sapphire sea lies between you and your closest neighbor (Red Bull’s exclusive 7-star Laucala Island Resort).
A marine and wildlife sanctuary, the sandy shores and surrounding reef are home to some of Fiji’s most exotic creatures. It is here that the fabled Hawkesbill and Leatherback turtles return year-after-year to bury their precious eggs in the sun-warmed sand; it is here where the giant clams can rest securely within the safety of the Tuna and Trevally patrolled reef; and it is here that Fiji’s most rarely glimpsed sea birds retire to rest their weary wings.
It is here that wonders never cease.
Two beautifully basic bures (Fijian-style homes), each no more than 10 steps to the sea, are situated in the Western facing sands of the island, cleverly capturing the soft sea breeze and affording a nearly 180-degree view of the most spectacular sunsets your soul can stand.
The main bure is a lofted, two-story wooden structure with Fijian-style louvered windows which lazily let the sunlight filter through. Equipped with two double beds and a bunk, this bure can sleep up to six guests and offers a shaded sitting-porch as well as ensuite facilities.
The second is a beach house that holds the kitchen and dining area, a second bathroom and two private bedrooms, which sleep up to two guests each. The wrap around deck doubles as an outdoor dining area, or even a sleep-out space, if you’re up for it.
- Snorkel, kayak and handline fishing (email hidden) and housekeeper
- Bed linens
ALSO AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
- Fishing Rods and Spear gun
- A private cook
- Special food and beverage items
- Catering for special occasions (weddings, birthdays etc.)
“A charming speck of perfection.”
wrote Hollywood movie star Mel Gibson when he came to Nanuku Levu in 2004
…coconut trees crowded upon the beach of a coral island.
wrote English author and playwright Somerset Maugham
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. Which airport would we fly into?
A. Nadi is the closest international airport. From Nadi you must make your own way to Taveuni Island. Domestic air transfer to Taveuni runs three times a day with Fiji Airways.
Q. What is the procedure in the event of an emergency?
A. A phone line is available for emergency calls with the closest medical facilities located on Taveuni. A boat is on call 24/7.
Q. Do we share the island with other guests?
A. No. The island is exclusively offered. All yours