Nanuku Auberge Resort

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The Clubhouse

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On approach to Nanuku’s port cochere, a warrior will beat a lali (wooden drum) signaling your arrival. You will be met and welcomed by your itokani (buddy) dressed in full Fijian dress as a village chief. As he offers you a bu (freshly picked young coconut) and places a tekiteki (flower) behind your ear, the rhythmic beatings of the lali will be joined by the sounds of a conch shell being blown by another warrior. As your itokani guides you to the Club House, he will explain the significance of the costumes, and each traditional ritual, enriching your experience of legendary Fiji from the very beginning.

Sail the crystal-clear turquoise waters along the fringing reefs of Beqa Lagoon to reach Nanuku Island, your own private island paradise of white sandy beach covered with swaying hundred year-old coconut trees. Explore the sandy trails meandering through shaded rainforest canopy, or linger along the coast, where you’ll take in the rhythmic lapping of the gentle waves that surround you from all sides. Keep your eyes peeled and you might even spot a leatherback turtle returning to hatch and bury its eggs. Enjoy a guided snorkeling tour amidst giant clams along Nanuku’s protected reef, paddleboard and kayak the serene waters, cast a line for local snapper, trout or trevally, or just lie back on your hammock and soak in the island tranquility.

While Natadola Bay Golf Course tests elite players during the annual Fiji International, every other day, this championship level course welcomes players of all levels. Designed by former World No. 1 and Fiji golfing legend Vijay Singh and world-renowned golf course architect Greg Letsche, dramatic landscapes abound, from rolling pastures to absolute beachfront. Stunning coral reef and Pacific Ocean vistas await on 15 out of 18 holes.



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Discover shared moments with some of the most gracious, charming hosts you’ll ever meet, and explore the lush, tropical paradise they call home. Whitewater raft through black volcanic walls barely five meters apart, snorkel among vividly-hued coral, hunt for crabs in dense mangrove forest, and trek up soaring sand dunes. World-class surfing, taking in a tribal kava ritual, dining in the treetops, enjoying a private atoll picnic, training like the Fiji national rugby sevens team, and lying around on two miles of white-sand beach. And we’re just getting started.

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