Top Resorts for an Amazing Honeymoon in Fiji

A large number of newlyweds that decide to have their honeymoon in the area of Melanesia don’t think too much about the destinations –  Fiji is one of the favorite options among them and numerous couples from all around the planet come here to have their first romantic vacation after the wedding ceremony. If you are one of them, check out our list of most romantic honeymoon resorts in Fiji, that’ll make your stay in this charming archipelago country the best vacation ever.

Wadigi Island Resort

If you want to dive into the marriage waters surrounding your loved one with luxury, then you want to spend your honeymoon in the beautiful area of Mamanucas, in Wadigi Island. The spectacular view from the helicopter that should take you to Wadigi from Nadi International Airport is a perfect introduction to this love nest that possesses three cliff top suites, infinity pool, and extremely friendly staff.

Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Likuliku is another incredible destination in Mamanucas, less than 20 miles away from the international airport, which is popular among the tourists because of the magnificent overwater bungalows with some of the most romantic views. Another great thing about this resort that attracts couples is the stunning combination of traditional spirit and luxury amenities.

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

If you are a lover of diving and want to combine incredible water activities with your romantic moments, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is a great solution for you. You and your loved one will be able to lose yourselves in the simplicity and comfort of the pretty villas scattered around in the area that earlier represented a coconut plantation. The spectacular diving sites will make it possible for you to enjoy observing the serpent sea stars, pistol shrimps, and Christmas tree worms.

Matangi Private Island Resort

Located in Taveuni, one of the largest islands of Fiji, Matangi Private Island Resort is one of the most wanted resorts in Fiji because it doesn’t only offer an easy access to a beautiful beach but at the same time it provides a complete privacy since the romantic bungalows are situated in the natural area, surrounded by dense lush and natural greenery.

Royal Davui Resort

Is there anything more romantic than waking up beside your loved one, being sprinkled by the warmth of sun rays, and having the sea right in front of you? The spectacular views, incredible pools, outdoor decks, and numerous activities such as kayaking, diving, and visiting the neighboring islet for a tasty breakfast will definitely make you show your romantic side.

Yasawa Island Resort & Spa

White-sanded beaches, shadows of palms, and crystal clear waters are what attracts a large number of couples to spend their romantic moments in this resort. The Heaven honeymoon suit (locally known as Lomalogi) is especially popular part of the offer in this resort because of its isolation from the rest of the resort. You’ll have enough of space for your romantic moments right at the beach, with a private pool and incredibly comfortable king-size beds.

Turtle Island Resort

If  none of the places above convinced you to have a honeymoon in Fili, the place where the scenes for the legendary movie The Blue Lagoon were taken certainly will do it. There must be a reason why the numerous celebrities choose Turtle island, which belongs to the Yasawa Islands, for their getaway. The reasons could be the tranquility and the intimacy of the area which are perfect conditions for taking your romance to a higher level – there are only 14 bungalows with 14 private beaches on this island.

The charming area of Fiji archipelago is the source of a great offer of honeymoon resorts and even though the listed ones are only a small part of the stunning  romantic options that are waiting for you in this archipelago, we’re sure they were enough to convince you that Fiji would be a perfect place for your honeymoon. Which of the listed resorts would your pick?

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