Adults only beach clubs, over-water bures, infinity pools, private islands and glorious sunsets – if you want to pop the question, or simply add a little more romance, here are a few great ways to spice up your love life in Fiji.

Sofitel Waitui Beach Club - Photo by McLennan

Sofitel Waitui Beach Club – Photo by McLennan

1. Sofitel Fiji’s Waitui Beach Club

Sofitel Fiji’s newly opened Waitui Beach Club is an adults-only feature of the Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa in Denarau. Lounge by the private lagoon pool in a shaded day bed made for two and enjoy free cocktails, champagne and canapés while you watch the sunset. The club menu features delicious, nutritiously balanced meals, and you can choose to have all your meals here by the pool, or choose from one of Sofitel’s five restaurants.

VOMO Beach Picnic lunch

VOMO Beach Picnic lunch

2. Vomo Island Resort

This all-inclusive luxury island escape is on a private island at the northern tip of the Mamanuca Islands. Your every need is taken care of from the moment you arrive and there is wide range of activities on offer, from kayaking, to scuba diving. Treat yourself to a couples massage at their award-winning spa, take a tiffin champagne picnic to Vomo Lailai and indulge in a cocktail and free canapés at the beach club while you watch the sunset.

Likuliku dinner for two

Likuliku dinner for two

3. Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Located on Fiji’s Malolo Island in the Mamanuca archipelago, Likuliku is the first and only resort in Fiji to have ‘overwater bures’. Only about 25kms across the water from Nadi International Airport, it’s the perfect hideaway for loved-up couples. Designed in traditional Fijian style, the resort one’ of the resort’s main features is its breathtaking horizon-edge freshwater pool and its spa Tatadra, (meaning ‘house of dreams’) offers luxurious massages and beauty treatments overlooking the lagoon.

Matamanoa - Photo by McLennan

Matamanoa – Photo by McLennan

4. Matamanoa Island Resort

Seeking the ultimate island paradise? The adults only Matamanoa Island Resort has twenty luxurious beachfront bures and thirteen spacious resort rooms, overlooking untouched coral reefs – no day trippers, no children to interrupt your peace and quiet. Laze by the pool, treat yourself to a massage at treetop spa, Senaki, or take Fijian cooking class before watching the sunset and stepping into the resort restaurant for an authentic Fijian meal.

Namale Resort and Spa

Namale Resort and Spa

5. Namale Resort and Spa

Find unparalleled bliss at this all-inclusive Fijian resort, Namale Resort and Spa offers an island paradise with peaceful seclusion, romance and luxuriously furnished rooms and bures. Satisfy your taste for adventure with a hike to a hidden rainforest waterfall, horseback ride along the beach or take a breathtaking scuba trip into the Koro Sea. Dine privately on your deck overlooking the sea, the beach or in a romantic seaside cave.

Yasawa Island Resort

Yasawa Island Resort

6. Yasawa Island Resort

Yasawa means ‘heaven’ in Fijian, and this island resort and spa lives up to its name. Swim in crystal clear waters, dive on vividly coloured coral reefs or indulge in Fiji’s first beachfront spa. The resort has exclusive access to 10 private beaches, perfect for romantic beach picnics.

Matangi Island Resort

Matangi Island Resort

7. Matangi Private Island Resort

Off the coast of the beautiful island of Taveuni, Matangi Island Resort has been named one of the top five most romantic resorts in Fiji by Conde Naste Traveler. With bamboo walls and coconut palm thatched roofs, the bures and villas have been designed and handcrafted by local craftsmen. The resort is surrounded by lush tropical rainforest, overlooking pristine coral reefs and impossibly blue water.

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