Nukubati Island Resort
At a Glance
- Entirely personalized experience
- world-class seafood, remoteness
Nukubati Island Resort Review
The only private island resort off the northern coast of Vanua Levu makes some other "hideaways" look like they're in traffic. The island is blessed with gorgeous white-sand beaches and its proximity to the magnificent but less-visited Great Sea Reef is a real treat for divers; snorkeling is great right off the beach. You can also fish, sail, and surf November–March. The spacious, simply furnished bures have a colonial feel. Beachfronts, a small lawn away from the sand, have queen-size beds and private rear patios. Honeymoon bures are farther apart with large porch lounges and open-plan sink areas leading out to their private patios. Meals are served whenever and wherever guests want, perhaps in the open-air dining pavilion or at a table and chairs set up on the beach. The emphasis is on fresh-caught seafood such as crab and lobster, often artfully presented in their shells. The fact that a wine cellar stocks some of the all-included alcohol accentuates the resort's sense of class.