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Why Stay At Namale Resort
Namale Fiji is an ultra-luxurious, all-inclusive resort for romance and spa getaways on Fiji's northern island of Vanua Levu.
Owned by millionaire motivational speaker Tony Robbins since 1997, Namale has 19 bures (bungalows) and caters to a maximum of 44 guests at a time, while staff members are on call 24/7. Located on Fiji's northern Vanua Levu island, just 10 minutes from the town of Savusavu, Namale has pebbled beaches and the Koro Sea's abundant marine reserve out front. Out back is a lush rainforest and waterfall. The bures—some have private pools and media rooms—are built in traditional Fijian style, with exposed wood ceilings, shiny native palm-wood floors, and wraparound balconies, as well as luxurious appointments like king-sized poster beds and marble soaking tubs. The term all-inclusive means more than usual at Namale Fiji, where rates also include spa treatments, water sports, an 18-hole golf course, and an air-conditioned bowling alley. Only scuba diving and deep-sea fishing are extra.
Seeking solitude? Head to the pool next to the resort dive shop. This secluded spot is quiet, shady, and picks up much-needed cool breezes.
While all-inclusive usually conjures up images of generic buffets, Namale's culinary staff cooks freshly prepared Indio-Fijian dishes like surf and turf with grilled local lobster, New Zealand beef, and seasonal vegetables from the garden.
Arrive at Savusavu Airport (SVU) which is approximately 3 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 10 minutes of travel time. Alternately, you can opt to fly into Labasa Airport (LBS) which is about 55 miles (90 minutes) from the resort.Hibiscus Highway, Northern Division, Savusavu, Vanua Levu, Fiji
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Beach Access
- Outdoor Pool
- Spa on Property
- Diving School
- 18-hole Golf Course
- Tennis Courts
- Hikes + Activities
- Private Decks
- Sitting Areas
- Ceiling Fans
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Hair Dryers
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Stocked Mini Bars
- Coffee, Tea
- Outdoor Dining
- In-room Dining
- Rates are for two people sharing
- All meals and beverages
- All activities as listed on website: http://www.namalefiji.com/ammenities.php
Why We Love Savusavu
Fiji is a tropical island paradise in the South Pacific, known for its beaches, yachting, scuba diving, and rainforests.
Where to Drink: Visit the nautical-themed Savusavu Yacht Club for the spiked punch made with Bounty Rum, mango, kiwi, and papaya juices. Drinks for two $25.
Copra Shed Marina
Best Shopping: Don't miss Tako Handicrafts for authentic Fijian items such as intricately hand-woven fans. The shop is located at Copra Shed, a full-service yachting marina in Savusavu, also home to bars, restaurants, and an art gallery.
Best Day Trip: Namale resort provides a complimentary day trip to Taveuni, which has been called Fiji's "garden island." The trip takes 70 minutes each way in a luxury boat; dolphin pods and flying fish are common sights en route. On land, the tour stops in the town of Naqara and includes a picnic lunch at the base of Bouma Falls; swimming is encouraged.
Why Go Now
September 13-19, 2013
Fiji Regatta Week
An annual event for 30 years, yachts come from all over the world. Events include Hobie Cat races, a golf tournament, and a "yacht swap meet."
Malolo Lailai island; event prices vary.
September 21-28, 2013
This annual festival celebrates the abundance and history of sugar in Lautoka. Activities include a beauty pageant, a carnival, a parade, and flower shows. Most events are free.
October 10, 2013
Fiji Day takes place annually on the anniversary of its freedom from Britain in 1970. It's a public holiday celebrated with festivals throughout the country. Free.