Nanuku Auberge Resort is a true tropical oasis situated on a private 550-acre coastal Fiji estate. Discover shared moments with some of the most gracious, charming hosts you’ll ever meet, and explore the lush, tropical paradise they call home.
Stay at Nanuku Auberge Resort in one of the following options:
The Auberge Villas
Are set along a prime two-mile-long stretch of white sand beach on the resort’s eastern edge, these 13 newly built one- and two-bedroom luxury villas have 900 to 1,850 square feet of modern luxury beachfront living. Greet each morning with a spectacular sunrise over Beqa Lagoon, and swim in the crystal-clear turquoise waters just beyond your door.
Benefits include sweeping ocean views or a location right on the beachfront, with 650 square feet to spread out. The Villas are ideal for families and small groups, 24 authentic Fijian homes merge island-style and character with contemporary finishes, spanning 860 to 1,300 square feet.
To rent or own are spacious one- to four-bedroom beachfront residences measuring 2,150 to 4,300 square feet, with the largest private pools at Nanuku.
Enjoy fresh and unique flavours at Nanuku Auberge Resort. According to Executive Chef Oliver Scarf the best part of working at Nanuku is the incredible variety of sea life that surrounds the resort right in Beqa Lagoon. It’s where Chef Oliver gets the reef trout, lobster, octopus, snapper, tuna, mahi mahi and more, sourced through specially cultivated relationships with area fishermen, that star in his inspired Pacific Rim menus. Enjoy the freshest catch of the day at our restaurants, including our signature fine-dining Kanavata Restaurant and Lounge, to an incredible treetop dining experience over the waves.
At Nanuku Auberge Resort guests can experience world-class surfing, bilibili river rafting, taking in a tribal kava ritual, training like the Fiji national rugby sevens team, and lying around on two miles of white-sand beach. 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.