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If you are looking for an exciting yet challenging surfing holiday plan, joining this trip which includes a week at an award-winning eco-resort and doesn’t have a set itinerary will be perfect for you. Daily activities, such as surfing the local breaks and Frigate Pass, kayaking, and stand up paddle boarding, are available for you whenever you want. This holiday is absolutely a great choice for families and dedicated, advanced surfers.
You will be staying in modern boutique-style jungle rooms with a four-poster bed at Fiji Eco Resort. This resort has been designed by an award-winning architect, Paul Uhlmann, a surfer from the Gold Coast, Australia. The accommodation has been designed to achieve the integration of the natural landscape with the living area. There are large amounts of glass and louvers that allow the cool sea breezes to ventilate the units.
Ceiling fans, en-suite bathrooms, and a large deck area are features that make the simple designs a pleasure to stay at this resort which is only a few steps from the ocean. Each bure is divided into two separate accommodation areas with their own en-suite. The room is tastefully furnished with a king size bed (or two king singles), mosquito net for that tropical feel, a coffee table, and relaxing chairs.
The large deck and vast expanses of glass give each unit breathtaking views of the beach and rainforest, even from the toilet. This resort is the world’s first surf resort to be recertified for sustainability by STOKE. Some of their responsible development philosophies are:
Your stay is all-inclusive so that you can do what you want whenever you want. Details of your resort names and full itinerary will be sent to you once your booking is confirmed.
The location of the resort where you will be staying is nestled between the white sandy beach and a meandering creek. The resort has been developed to protect its amazing location. The accommodation bures are tucked between a creek at the rear of the building and coconut palms, exotic flowers, and plants at the front, then the beach. If you are there at the right time you will be able to pluck a ripe paw from the tree near your bure. A large variety of fruit trees are scattered around the resort.
All home-cooked meals will be served for you. The restaurant offers an eclectic fusion of Fijian, Indian, and contemporary dishes using only the freshest ingredients. They strive at being a sustainable restaurant by using fruits grown from around the property depending on the season, vegetables cultivated in the local villages, and fresh yellowfin tuna and mahi-mahi from the daily catches brought in at Suva Harbor.