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Laucala Island

By Theodora Halstead |  December 20 2017


Situated in the Vanua Levu archipelago of northern Fiji, Laucala is one of three small islands that lie off the coast of Taveuni. Privately owned, the island is home to just 25 Fijian-style villas which sit amid coconut trees and on the volcanic slopes leading down to the island’s white sand shores. Sustainability is of utmost importance here, with pockets of coconut plantations, organic farmland and gardens amid the swaths of verdant rainforest, providing the restaurant and spa with fresh produce, coconut oil and orchids. Within this setting of unspoiled natural beauty, the resort emanates luxury through its stylish yet distinctly Fijian villas, with infinity-edge pools, collection of inviting restaurants and bars, and the sublime island spa.

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