Lush Landscapes & Nature
A natural paradise, Fiji is celebrated for its diverse landscapes and unique wildlife. Hike through tropical rainforests, stand under cascading waterfalls and sunbathe on platinum sands as the ocean waves gently lap the shore. While you’re exploring this natural wonderland, you may encounter many of the region’s native creatures, from the Fiji crested iguana to orange fruit doves and Fijian monkey-faced bats.
Stay in Spectacular Surroundings
Set off north of Fiji’s mainland and you’ll eventually come across the glorious Yasawa Islands – a scattering of pristine shorelines and bright turquoise lagoons, centred around a series of verdant peaks. This is where you’ll find the exclusive yet laidback, Yasawa Island Resort and Spa.
Stay in one of the resort’s 18 luxury beach bures, all with ocean views and no noisy neighbours, and you’ll begin to understand why Fiji’s scenery has enchanted travellers the world over. Not only can you live out your desert island fantasies with access to 11 private beaches, but guests are also free to roam the island’s rolling green hills – a charming and distinctive feature of the Fijian landscape. The Yasawa Islands are also home to the famous Sawa-I-Lau Caves, the setting of the classic 1980’s movie, The Blue Lagoon. One of the most spectacular natural sites in Fiji is these otherworldly sea caves, where you can swim in celestial blue waters surrounded by dramatic rock faces.
Escape to this spectacular region with a stay at Yasawa Island Resort and Spa and surround yourself with Fiji’s natural abundance.
Discover Fiji's Wonderous Waterfalls
The waterfalls of Taveuni Island are a truly showstopping feature of the Fijian landscape. Set in the lush greenery of Bouma National Heritage Park, you can swim in their jade-coloured pools as the water cascades down from rocky ledges of up to 24m!
COMO Laucala Island offers a ‘Tavoro Falls Hike’ experience. From this ultra-exclusive private island resort, take the 30-minute boat over Taveuni Island and step out on a three-and-a-half-hour hike through breathtaking jungle scenery. Visit all three Tavoro waterfalls, swimming in their cooling waters and enjoy a delicious picnic lunch!
Fact File: Fiji Crested Iguana
Top 5 facts about Malolo Island’s famous lizard…
The Fiji Crested Iguana is a critically endangered species and is now on the ICUN Red List of Threatened Species.
These rare reptiles were thought to be extinct for nearly 30 years, until one was spotted in 2011 at Likuliku Lagoon Resort.
Determined to protect the iguanas and their habitat, Likuliku partnered with the US Geological Society and others to initiate a conservation and preservation programme.
Likuliku has successfully established a captive breeding assurance – the only one of its kind in the world breeding under natural conditions.
As of 2023, Likuliku reported four successful captive breeding pairs and a flourishing population in the wild with over 80 tagged lizards under its supervision.
Want to see a Fiji crested iguana?
Be sure to stay at Likuliku Lagoon Resort! This world-class resort on Malolo Island offers an exclusive ‘Fiji Crested Iguana Experience’.
Enjoy a private presentation by the resort’s Environment Manager to learn about the history and status of the rare reptiles and their habitat. Then, embark on a customised tour of the resort’s Iguana Sanctuary and Assurance Colony to get up close and personal with these famous lizards, including an out-of-cage encounter. Plus, explore the Dry Forest nursery and iguana habitat.
“Sustainability is taken seriously in Fiji, so expect to see pristine tropical forests, beautiful white-sand beaches and an underwater world like no other. I’ve never seen such vibrant greens and blues anywhere else on the planet.”
- David, Senior Product Manager