Indulge on this luxury Fiji holiday of a lifetime to Tokoriki Island Resort & Royal Davui Island Resort. Start with a helicopter ride to Royal Davui, a spectacular private island in Fiji, where turquoise waters and soft sand beaches await. Spend your week here enjoying castaway picnics on deserted sand cays, snorkelling in the calm waters, learning to cook traditional Fijian food and dining on fresh mahi mahi. After a peaceful week, you’ll be taken by helicopter to Tokoriki Island, in the Mamanuca Islands. Get ready for even more indulgence - dining at the Teppanyaki Chef’s table, swimming in your private pool and admiring the stars from the jetty. This holiday is the ultimate fortnight of luxury in friendly Fiji.
This itinerary can be tailored to suit your requirements; please contact one of our consultants to start planning your dream trip.
Depart the UK from your chosen airport. You’ll arrive in Fiji two days later, as you will be crossing the international date line.
On arrival in Fiji, you’ll be met at the airport and taken to the domestic flight area to board your helicopter to Royal Davui Island Resort. When you arrive, you’ll settle into your secluded villa for 7 nights. Perfect for couples looking for a relaxing break, this sun-drenched island is the ideal spot to hang your hat for a week.
Spend your first week relaxing at Royal Davui Island Resort. A romantic resort nestled among the palm trees in the spectacular Beqa Lagoon, Royal Davui is one of the most private places you’ll ever stay. Your villa has a beautiful plunge pool, perfect for relaxing as you soak up the sea breeze, with modern furnishings that blend perfectly with the authentic Fijian style.
During your time here you can enjoy a traditional kava ceremony, where you can learn more about the beauty of traditional Fijian culture, or head out for a beach picnic on a private sand cay. Take kayaks out to explore the azure waters, or tuck into a cooking class to taste some delicious Fijian seafood. Head for a walk around the island or even attend a village church service – what Royal Davui does so well is the perfect blend of luxurious comforts with friendly local tradition.
After breakfast, you’ll hop back in the helicopter for the flight back to Nadi Airport, before changing into another helicopter to take you out to the Mamanuca Islands, where the serene island of Tokoriki awaits.
The welcome on arrival to Tokoriki is second to none – as your helicopter lands on the jetty, you’ll climb out to the sound of music and laughter, as the friendly staff welcome you to your island escape. Check into your room for seven nights and get ready for a second week of Fijian bliss.
Enjoy the relaxed luxury of Tokoriki Island resort. This truly romantic resort is made so special by the warm Fijian hospitality and caring attention to detail from all of the staff. Modern meets traditional in the beautiful bures, with tropical outdoor showers and four poster beds that reveal beautiful views over the ocean. Share a bottle of champagne in your private pool, soaking up the views and succumb to feeling totally relaxed.
Rise at dawn to watch the sun rise over the calm ocean, as fruit bats chatter overhead as they come home to roost. Spend an afternoon in the spa, indulging in the relaxing treatments offered in the tropical gardens and snorkel in the peaceful waters, looking for colourful fish and coral beneath the waves.
Food is a big part of a stay at Tokoriki Island Resort – why not book in to enjoy a special meal at the Oishii Teppanyaki, where you’ll watch your food prepared in the intimate restaurant, surrounded by lily ponds and tropical foliage.
The staff at Tokoriki are wonderful, looking after your every need and greeting you as you wander through the lush grounds. Their warmth is such a highlight of a visit to this luxurious hotel.
After breakfast, the staff will sing the traditional farewell song. You’ll leave promising yourself to come back one day and take off from the jetty to be taken by helicopter back to the international airport for your flight home.
Fiji’s wet season is from November to April with the heaviest rains and highest humidity from December to mid-April. The Dry season goes from May to October with low rainfall, low humidity, milder temperatures and less extreme weather. Peak season in Fiji includes December, January and June, July coinciding with Australian and New Zealand school holidays – prices will peak during these times.
This itinerary is purely a suggestion and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests, and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you.