Nanuka is true tropical oasis situated on a private 500-acre coastal Fiji estate. Discover shared moments with some of the most gracious and charming hosts you will ever meet. Explore the lush, tropical paradise they call home. Whitewater raft through black volcanic walls barely five meters apart, snorkel among vividly-hued coral, hunt for crabs in dense mangrove forest, and trek up soaring sand dunes.

According to the culinary team, the best part of working at Nanuku is the incredible variety of sea life that surrounds the resort right in Beqa Lagoon. Fresh reef trout, lobster, octopus, snapper, tuna, mahi mahi and more, are sourced through cultivated relationships with local fishermen. Enjoy the freshest catch of the day at the dining location of your choice, from our signature fine-dining restaurant, Kanavata, to an incredible treetop or beachside experience overlooking the waves.

Nanuku Villas

Set along a prime two-mile long sandy beach, these 13 newly unveiled one and two-bedroom luxury villas offer 900 to 1,850 square feet / 84 to 172 square meters of contemporary beachfront living. Greet each morning with a spectacular sunrise over Beqa Lagoon, and swim in the clear turquoise waters just beyond your door. These villas are just steps from the main Clubhouse, dining venues and spa, yet offer an extraordinary sense of privacy.


Savor sweeping ocean views or a location right on the beachfront, with 650 square feet / 60 square meters to enjoy.


Spacious one to six-bedroom beachfront residences measuring 2,150 to 5,380 square feet / 200 to 500 square meters, with the largest private pools at Nanuku.

World-class surfing, bilibili river rafting, taking in a tribal kava ritual, dining in the treetops, enjoying a private sandbank picnic, training like the Fiji national rugby sevens team, and lying around on two miles of white-sand beach. And we’re just getting started.

Dive or Snorkel Beqa Lagoon

You will be taken to world-renowned Beqa Lagoon, the soft coral capital of the world. Experience spectacular reef panoramas teeming with sea life, Fiji’s famous lush soft coral forests, mysterious wrecks and exhilarating drift dives. Featuring over fifty world-class dive sites, diving in the Beqa Lagoon caters to all experience levels.


Greet the sun with a morning stand-up paddleboard excursion, kayak or canoe ride. Snorkel straight off our beach to our house reef, covered with vividly-hued soft coral and schools of tropical fish, from easily recognizable clownfish to brilliantly-striped angelfish. Or set sail on a Hobie Cat in the afternoon, when the wind picks up. With an array of water sports equipment right at your fingertips, Fiji’s warm, crystal-clear waters are yours to be enjoyed.

Private Island Escape

Sail the crystal-clear turquoise waters along the fringing reefs of Beqa Lagoon to reach Nanuku Island, your own private island paradise of white sandy beach covered with swaying hundred year-old coconut trees. Explore the sandy trails meandering through shaded rainforest canopy, or linger along the coast, where you’ll take in the rhythmic lapping of the gentle waves that surround you from all sides. Keep your eyes peeled and you might even spot a leatherback turtle returning to hatch and bury its eggs. Enjoy a guided snorkeling tour amidst giant clams along Nanuku’s protected reef, paddle board and kayak the serene waters, cast a line for local snapper, trout or trevally, or just lie back on your hammock and soak in the island tranquility.


Legend has it that a spirit god gave the Sawau tribesmen the ability to walk on smoldering hot stones over 500 years ago. Enjoy this ancient Fijian tradition performed by descendants of the original tribe, who walk barefoot across a large fire pit of white-hot river stones seemingly without burning their feet. Other traditional activities await such as kava ceremony, Lovo feast, dancing, handicraft and cooking, and more!

Waterfall Hike

Accompanied by your itokani, you’ll trek through the Serua highlands underneath dense rainforest canopy, past kava farms and the interior villages that line the Navua River Gorge. Reach the spectacular Wainyabia Waterfalls, and take a refreshing dip in one of its fresh, clear pools. Your guide will point out various native plants along the way and explain how they’re used in traditional medicine.

..and don't forget the SPA


A True Tropical Escape
DEMA 2022 Dive Specials
$2345 - 5 nights / 3 dive days
$3050 - 7 nights / 5 dive days
* Includes Nanuka Suite, breakfast, transfers, 2 tank dives, Shark Encounter, activities, nanny service, taxes + more. Valid until Mar 2024.