Paradise Cove Resort is located on Naukacuvu Island in Fiji’s beautiful Yasawa Island Chain. Paradise Cove Resort is large for a Yasawa Island resort and offers many amenities not found in some of the smaller resorts. Rooms feature modern amenities like refrigerators, air conditioning, furnished balconies, LCD TV’s with first run movies, and free WiFi.
Paradise Cove Island Resort caters to families allowing up to 2 children under the age of three to stay free (when using existing bedding). The resort also offers a free children’s club, supervised childcare and activities, and (for a small surcharge) in-room childcare. There is a grocery/convenience store on site, and Black Rock restaurant has a children’s menu as well as providing 5 star service, and exquisite meals for the adults.
Black Rock restaurant serves three meals per day starting with an a la carte breakfast menu that includes omelets, French toast, and pancakes, as well as continental breakfast choices. The lunch menu includes burgers, fish tacos, salads and pizza as well as vegetarian and gluten free options. For dinner, the Back Rock restaurant offers 5 course meals on a menu that changes every two days. The meals are always top notch and the restaurant caters to all sorts of food allergies, gluten sensitivities, and vegetarian needs.
There is plenty to do at Paradise Cove Resort in Fiji with amenities including a swimming pool, and private beach, nearby Ecotours, hiking and biking trails, yoga classes, beach volleyball, fishing, kayaking, boat tours, scuba diving, and breathtaking snorkeling just a few feet off the beach!
With one and two bedroom garden and beachfront villas, honeymoon suites, bungalows, and one and two bedroom beach houses, there are accommodations to fit whatever need you have at Paradise Cove Beach Resort.
Paradise Cove Resort brings you back to nature by being situated in Fiji’s Yasawa Island chain in the Western Division of Fiji. For many years, tourists were not even allowed to set foot in the Yasawa Island chain. This helped keep the area free of commercialization, and the trappings of modern society. Since that adjustment in attitudes towards tourists in the Yasawa, the resorts located in these pristine islands take care to have an extremely eco-friendly footprint preserving the natural beauty of the area for generations to come.
This does make getting to the resorts in Yasawa a bit more challenging for the average visitor. The closest international airport to the Yasawa Island Chain is in Nadi. From there, travelers will have to travel by either sea or air to reach their resort destination.
By sea, there is a boat that leaves Nadi once a day in the early morning. It stops at most resorts, and takes about 4 hours to reach Paradise Cove Resort, The boat returns to Nadi in the afternoon. If your flight into Nadi doesn’t arrive or depart at the right time, this can mean spending an extra night in Nadi on either end of your trip.
Turtle Airways offers Fiji Island Resort Transfers from Nadi to all the resorts in the Yasawa Island Chain. The flight to Paradise Cove Resort takes under 30 minutes, and drops you off right on Paradise Coves beautiful beach. There are several flights per day offered by Turtle Airways, so a seaplane resort transfer will eliminate the need for spending extra nights in Nadi.
Turtle Airways also offers low flying scenic flights around the Yasawa Islands, day trips to must see locations like the Sawa-i-lau caves, or the world famous Blue Lagoon, custom charters and regular flights back to Nadi in case you want to visit the world class shopping and dining in the city.
So don’t forget to book a flight with Turtle Airways when you are planning your dream vacation at Fiji’s Paradise Cove Resort in the Yasawa Islands.