Island hideaway on the Beqa Lagoon

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Facilities & services
  • 16 villas with plunge pools
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Dive centre
  • Deep sea fishing
Activities
  • Snorkelling and diving
  • Private picnics
  • Kayaking
  • Cooking classes
  • Cultural experiences

Located on Fiji’s Beqa Lagoon, Royal Davui is an idyllic island retreat set against a backdrop of white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and fiery sunsets.

16 vales – the Fijian word for home – are nestled among the tropical gardens, each one looking out across the ocean. The decor is stylish and modern but within the vales, there’s an air of tradition with thatched roofs and wooden frames. Each one features a sundeck with a private heated plunge pool from where you can relax and spot dolphins and turtles moving through the lagoon.

At the heart of the resort is a magnificent Pacific banyan tree which pushes its way up through the Banyan Restaurant. Here, you can enjoy fresh seafood, tropical flavours and relaxed dining – or you can choose to enjoy your meal on your private deck or at a number of secluded spots around the island. Ingredients are sourced locally and the fish used in dishes are line-caught.

The reef surrounding the island is protected and no fishing is allowed within one mile, resulting in waters incredibly rich in marine life. Exploring this underwater world is a highlight of a stay at Royal Davui and guests can swim, snorkel, dive or kayak through the pristine waters.

There’s a strong eco focus and the resort was designed to exist in harmony with the natural environment. During construction, vales were built in locations which eliminated the need to cut down ancient trees. All the timber was purchased from sustainable plantation stock and wastewater is treated and converted into usable garden water.

Positive Impact

Sustainable design

The owners designed the villas, buildings and amenities to blend into the existing vegetation and old trees. All the timber was purchased from sustainable plantation stock and wastewater is treated and converted into usable garden water.

Environmental protection

The reef surrounding the island has been declared “TABU” (sacred); with no fishing allowed within one mile of the island.

Responsible outlook

This resort has eliminated all single-use plastic items such as plastic straws, water bottles and miniature-sized amenities. The vast majority of the produce used in their kitchen is sourced locally within Fiji with all fish used being line-caught.

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