Fiji truly does have something for everyone. There are backpacker resorts for the budget minded, there are big hotel style resorts, and there are exclusive luxury resorts.
Our pick for the top all inclusive luxury resort has to be Turtle Island. Situated in the beautiful Yasawa Island Group, Turtle Island is nestled on a 500-acre private island. There are no other resorts, or villages on Turtle Island. Just the resort, the staff, and the guests. If you are looking for a private luxury retreat, that is exactly what they offer. They have 14 private bures, and choose to only accommodate 14 couples at a time. Turtle Island resort also has 14 private beaches. You can spend an afternoon on a beach all too yourself. Snorkeling, kayaking, or just laying about.
The Vonu Spa
Turtle Island has a world class spa to help you relax (In case spending the day on the waters of the Blue Lagoon isn’t relaxing enough for you). The Vonu spa offers traditional Fijian Bobo massages, and Lomi Lomi massages. Vonu spa uses pure Fijian products in their treatments, and truly elevates rejuvenation to an art form.
Dining on Turtle Island
The food on Turtle Island is second to none. Turtle Island has earned recognition for the best food in Fiji by Travel & Leisure readers, and has been the only property in Fiji to make the ‘World’s Best Service’ list. Turtle Island’s chefs create amazing, unique dishes that utilize the bounty of fresh seafood found in the local waters and fruits and vegetables that are grown in the island’s own five-acre vegetable garden.
You can choose to dine with the other guests in a dinner party type atmosphere with unlimited fine wines and cocktails under the stars while enjoying the Fijian staff perform their favorite songs and dances, or you can have a private dinner with just you and your special someone in a romantic and intimate setting.
Of course, the water is where it is at in Fiji, and Turtle Island has incredible snorkeling and diving opportunities, as well as all sorts of watercraft available for use. So if you like sailing, windsurfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, glass bottom boats, fishing or anything else that you can do on the water, Turtle Island can accommodate. And if you want to spend some time on slid ground, Turtle Island has horseback riding, cycling, hiking and garden tours available.
Getting to Turtle island
Being in the Yasawa Island Group, Turtle Island showcases the untouched beauty of the South Pacific. It is about 4 hours by boat to Turtle Island from Nadi (and the international airport). However, Turtle Airways can whisk you away in a low flying scenic flight to Turtle Island that will have you at the resort in about 30 minutes. We offer multiple flights per day and our seaplanes will deliver you right to beaches of Turtle Island Resort.
So if you are looking for the ultimate all inclusive Fiji resort experience, Fly Turtle Airways to Turtle Island and enjoy your holiday on a topical island paradise. You can also take advantage of Turtle Airways Scenic tours, and Day Trips to enhance your time visiting the magical South Pacific Island Nation of Fiji.