Private, luxuriously appointed bures set on magnificent grounds and a reputation for excellent diving make this boutique resort a favorite among divers. All bures carry a tropical, open-plan motif, and six of the garden bures are set around a large koi pond and connected by bridges. Beachfront bures have fenced-in yards including large decks and private plunge pools; there are also four two-bedroom bures. In addition to its diving, led by highly experienced local divemasters,
the resort emphasizes cultural experiences with firewalking and kava ceremonies, traditional dances, local village visits and lovo cooking demonstrations. The 14-day rotational menu (meal plan US$60 per day; US$50 for children, with a separate menu) includes two hot dishes as part of a buffet breakfast, two choices for lunch, and two choices of entrée within a three-course dinner, which might include fresh wahoo with a Provençal sauce and saffron risotto. Children ages 2–11 stay free.
/330–4042; 800-542–3454-in U.S.