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“Laucala is a self-sustaining paradise producing its own livestock and vegetables, and building most of its products and structures from the island's resources. Just 25 villas dot the resort, creating an intimate desert isle feel. The lagoon pool meshes with the lap pool and offers organic-shaped islands for sunbathing. The range of activities here is also impressive, from going on a unique submarine ride, to riding on the beaches on horseback.”
The private island resort of Laucala takes you back to nature in paradise. Self-sufficiency and independence is the integral philosophy here, from the use of home-grown ingredients to caring for its own livestock and vegetation.
Twenty-five spacious bures (Fijian for house) dot the resort grounds which are all built out of indigenous materials. Thatched roofs and handcrafted guest products are some of the main features, alongside exclusively designed interiors, a private pool, and indoor and outdoor stone tubs.
The resort offers impressive culinary choices from elegant fine dining at the Plantation House to casual food at the Pool Bar. End your day with a cocktail at the Rock Lounge or the Beach Bar with illuminated Tiki torches along the sand.
Spend a day at Laucala Spa Centre or explore the many islets around the lagoon. Play a round of golf on the championship course designed by David McLay Kidd, go fishing, and enjoy endless water sports.