Namale Fiji Islands Resort and Spa

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Namale was founded on the simple idea that Fiji is a truly special place with the ability to impact visitors’ lives for the better. We pride ourselves on bringing a unique, memorable, and authentically Fijian experience to all of our guests, with a focus on providing the ultimate in luxury accommodations, world-class cuisine, and unparalleled customer service.

At Namale, no two accommodations are alike. Each of our luxury bures (Fijian for home) and villas feature a unique and spacious layout and authentic Fijian design wrapped in five-star luxury. Focused on intimacy and seclusion, enjoy exclusive amenities like ocean views, personal pools, replenishable mini bars, and more in your very own private paradise.

Set on a volcanic cliff overlooking the Koro Sea, our award-winning, 10,000 square foot spa is an island sanctuary devoted to your well-being and inspired by ancient wisdoms and healing traditions. Featuring oceanview massage rooms, an expansive hydrotherapy room with a waterfall massage, aromatherapy pools, and hot tub, you can choose from a diverse array of blissful treatments to balance your mind, body, and spirit.

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Set amidst 525 acres of breathtaking tropical beauty in Fiji’s northern island of Vanua Levu, Namale Resort & Spa is redefining all-inclusive. Our intimate, adults-only boutique setting offers a truly unique and authentically Fijian experience where your every request is met, every want anticipated, and every expectation exceeded. Catering to some of the world’s most exclusive clientele from actors Edward Norton and Russell Crowe to fashion icon Donna Karan and NBA Coach Pat Riley, our world-class staff is devoted to providing you an exquisitely luxurious experience unparalleled by any other all-inclusive resort in Fiji.

Travel Agent Reviews

Review date:   June 26, 2014 10:43AM
Review:   Recommended for: Honeymoons, Anniversary Celebrations & Romantic Getaways

Pros: From the moment you arrive, the festivities begin with a warm and welcome song by a half dozen of the staff enthusiastically greeting you. While checking in at their open air lobby with fruit drinks and cool towels the Manager reviews any requests, special needs, celebrations while with them for the week. You are then whisked away to your bure in one of the golf carts where a bottle of champagne on ice is awaiting you. The friendly Fijian driver will point out the Kava Bowl consisting of a bowling alley, bar, game room, virtual golf simulator. He will direct you to the Marine Center if you are interested in scuba, snorkeling, stand up paddle boards, fishing just to name a few activities. Of course the horses are nearby if you'd like to organize a horse ride along the beach. While at Namale the guests feel embraced and cared for yet left alone to discover all of amenities and activities Namale has to offer. Every meal is a celebration of gourmet delights. There are several selections from which to choose which change on a daily basis. Plan on enjoying a 3 course lunch and 5 course dinner. You also have the option to dine in your bure, at a nearby waterfall, or in a cave just to name a few ideas. Most guests gather around 6pm in the main bure for cocktails and to mingle with other travelers from around the world. Dinner begins at 7pm. At least 1 visit to the award winning Namale Spa is not to be missed. Scheduling a massage is not your ordinary activity where you walk into a room and someone rubs you for an hour. It begins with several oceanfront soaking tubs filled with lavender, mint, all sorts of tropical herbal combinations to relax you. While laying in your tub of lavender and mint, enjoy a tropical drink and perhaps a snack of prawns and chips. There is also a waterfall massage area, sauna, ice pool and soaking tub. The spa is perched on a cliff overlooking the ocean below. .

Cons: There are very few negative factors to list about Namale Resort. I suppose if your dream is to have a huge white sand beach where you can walk for miles, Namale does not have it. Their beaches are smaller, more coral and rocks but that also means incredible sea life for snorkeling and scuba diving. Travel in Feb and March will be very hot and humid so you may want to avoid those months although Namale does offer air conditioning and plenty of indoor activities like their bowling alley, simulated golf center (with bar) and largest spa in Fiji.

Travel Agent:  
Teresa Nelle, Avenue Two Travel   Teresa Nelle
Avenue Two Travel
Lahaina, HI US

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