The luxurious all inclusive Namale Fiji Islands Resort and Spa is located just a 10 minute drive from Savusavu on the island of Vanua Levu, a one hour domestic flight from Nadi. Set on 300 acres of coconut palms, lush tropical foliage and a beach to die for – Namale is the spot for leaving it all behind.
This stunning five star resort offers secluded and remote accommodation, exquisite dining and all in an environment that is soothing to the soul.
Fiji’s 333 islands can sizzle with excitement or murmur with the quiet calm of pristine nature. Where else can you swim with huge, harmless manta rays congregating by the shore, snorkel over giant rainbow gardens of soft coral, or scuba dive the White Wall and famous Astrolabe Reef?
It is where the sun shines almost every day and when it does rain, people rush outside for a rainbath in the warm, brief downpour of a tropical shower which ends as quickly as it began.
Namale Fiji Resort & Spa has a total of 14 bures and two Villas (six Tropical bures, six Honeymoon bures, two Deluxe Honeymoon bures, two Villas).
All bures are constructed in the traditional Fijian style with thatched roofs, have polished Fijian hardwood floors, floor to ceiling screen louvered windows and ceiling fans. King size beds are adorned with crisp white linens – the perfect contrast to the dark timber and bamboo bure interior.
All bures have private decks with table and chairs, a fully stocked mini bar, coffee and tea making facilities, snacks, a CD player and a huge full modern bathroom with all the pampering goodies you’ll need.
The tropical bures are located in the lush gardens of the resort ensuring your privacy. They have a large tiled two person shower glassed on two sides with a sliding glass door that opens to a private garden deck. An additional deck area is located off the bedroom so that guests can enjoy the beautiful tropical rainforest gardens.
The honeymoon bures are built on volcanic lava pinnacles facing the beach and ocean. The bures have two person “spa baths” surrounded by windows and a private ocean deck.
Set on volcanic lava pinnacles facing the beach and ocean the oceanfront bures have a two person “spa bath” surrounded by windows and a private ocean deck. It also has a horizon plunge pool (6 ft deep x 5 ft x 7 ft) on the deck overlooking the ocean.
The Bula House is a 1 500 sq ft villa with two semi attached guest bures. It has a two person spa bath and indoor/outdoor shower, a full kitchen, spacious lounge, pool table, DVD sound and movie system, private plunge pool and Jacuzzi.
Named after the Fijian word for “dream home,” the Tatadra House is a two-master-suite home nestled on volcanic rock formations. One suite has a king size bed and the other a queen. The huge lounge area is complete with a well-stocked library, DVD and video set-up, and full sound system. Double doors lead out to a large, private deck, with an infinity-edge private pool and outdoor shower. Twenty-foot-high vaulted ceilings, a full kitchen and dining room, and exquisitely appointed living room grace the interior.
Set on a volcanic cliff with the opaque rainforest at its back, the 10,000-square-foot spa and sanctuary overlooks the Koro Sea and a dramatic blowhole, providing the perfect backdrop for the ultimate in pampering and some of the finest treatments in the world.
One of Namale’s most amazing assets is its main bure, Bale Levu (Chief’s Bure). This magnificent structure has a soaring 60 ft ceiling, is built in the traditional Fijian way and is furnished with overstuffed lounges and armchairs.
The resort offers guests a diverse range of outdoor activities, making Namale an ideal destination for those who like to do more on their holidays than relax by the pool. Some of the activities include tennis court facilities, horseback riding, basketball, volleyball, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, waterskiing, water trampoline, diving, sport fishing and nature walks.
Guests at Namale are notified for breakfast, lunch and dinner by the rhythmic beating of the lali drum. Breakfast and lunch are quite relaxed, whilst dinner is more special. You can either dine with other guests on the main outside deck or privately on one of four private hidden decks built over the ocean on lava pinnacles.
All meals on Namale are included in the daily tariff, leaving you free to enjoy and sample every delicious option. Well trained chefs cater to all dietary requirements, including extensive vegetarian options and macrobiotic choices with a new menu daily.
If you feel like leaving the world behind and escaping to a place so remote, so decadent and ultimately – so exclusive – then Namale Resort and Spa should be your next port of call.