InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa is located on the beautiful and picturesque Natadola Beach on Fiji's main island of Viti Levu. Relax, indulge at the spa or play golf at Fiji's finest course. Fly north to Savusavu and experience Savasi Private Island. Offering all the iconic elements of a unique tropical life style, set in the turquoise waters of the Koro Sea with secluded sandy beaches, sculptural limestone outcrops and interesting crevasses where beautiful ferns and unique species cling to the ancient coral walls throughout in the extraordinary terrain
- Economy air round trip from Los Angeles to Nadi, Fiji, on Fiji Airways
- Roundtrip transfers private car and driver InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa
- 2 nights InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa - CLUB INTERCONTINENTAL one bedroom suite
- Internal Fiji flights from Nadi to SavuSavu round trip
- 5 nights Savasi Private Island
- Savasi Private Island - Premium Oceanfront Villa
- Savasi Inclusions: All meals, Transfers to/from Savusavu Airport, Welcome cocktail per adult, Bespoke private dining experiences, In-villa wifi, Snorkelling, kayaking and paddle-boarding including gear, Cultural demonstrations and entertainment, cooking classes, Bottled water, all-day tea and coffee selection, Daily housekeeping and nightly turndown
- All airport taxes & fuel surcharges
- All hotel, local and VAT (Goods & services taxes)
Day 1 - Depart
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Day 2 - Cross International Date line
Day 3 - Arrive Fiji -
InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa
Meet and greet with a traditional Fijian welcome. Transfer by private car an ddriver to Natadola and The InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa. This Fiji accommodation is set on 35 acres which boasts manicured tropical gardens and a palm fringed white sand beach perfect for swimming and snorkeling. This luxury 5 star Fiji resort provides breathtaking 360 degree views of Natadola Bay and is ideal for a luxurious romantic escape.
Discover the best in luxury resorts Fiji has to offer. Club InterContinental offers sweeping views of Natadola’s two kilometer white sand beach and sparkling waters, enviably spacious suites, and unparalleled privacy. Enjoy a good book in the comfort of your terrace whilst dipping your toes in your private plunge pool and sipping coffee, made and delivered by your iTokani Butler just moment before. Club InterContinental accommodation is available to guests of all ages; where guests experience exclusive privileges and personalised service from our iTokani butlers only at the best Fiji resort.
The 115 square meter One Bedroom Club Suites feature a King bedroom with his & her en suite, separate lounge and dining area, and sophisticated outdoor living space. The top floor suites offer a private balcony, day bed and our signature outdoor Cleopatra bath.
Image: InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa
Day 4 -
InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and
Consider an activity (additional cost)
Offers a range of treatments reflecting a fusion of Eastern and Western traditional techniques to harmonise the body and mind. Be pampered with a tropical botanical facial, traditional Bobo massage or the Signature body polish. Open daily from 8.00am to 10.30pm.
Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course: This golf course meanders through rolling pastures to absolute beach front. 15 out of the 18 holes offer uninterrupted views of the Coral Reefs and rolling surf. The 209 metre practice fairway includes target greens, a seperate tuition tee, practice chipping and greens.
Or consider adding a village tour options (additional cost)
- Upper Navua Rafting - Guided rafting adventure and
In the remote highlands of Viti Levu lies one of the most unique river trips on earth. Slicing a deep chasm through the island's tropical interior, the Upper Navua River is our hidden pathway to a pristine tropical wilderness. Shrouded in lush rain forest, fed by countless waterfalls and protected by challenging rapids, the Upper Navua River is Fiji rafting at its best.
- Sigatoka River Safari including village
A half-day eco/cultural adventure into the heart & soul of Fiji, aboard our custom-built safari jet boats. Cruise your way up the magnificent Sigatoka River to visit authentic Fijian villages and experience a day in the life of the real ‘kaiviti’ (Fijian). Your driver and guide will bring the journey to life, introducing you to the rich culture of the people of Fiji and sharing the history, customs and legends of the area with you.
Image: Upper Navua Rafting & Sigatoka River Safari
Day 5 -
InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort - Savasi Private
Private car and driver transfer to Nadi Airport. Fly Nadi to Savusavu. Upon arrival you will be meet and transferred to Savasi Private Island.
Offering all the iconic elements of a unique tropical life style, set in the turquoise waters of the Koro Sea with secluded sandy beaches, sculptural limestone outcrops and interesting crevasses where beautiful ferns and unique species cling to the ancient coral walls throughout in the extraordinary terrain.
Located ten minutes from SavuSavu on a 52 acre private island, a total of six villas elevated to capture sea breezes feature expansive sea views from shaded timber verandas and spacious well-appointed bedrooms. The use of rainforest, bamboo and mangrove timber furniture and fittings as well as local arts and crafts give Savasi Private Island a true sense of place.
Days 6-9 - Savasi
Relax and enjoy Savasi and all it has to offer
Salt Lake River
Float down the peaceful Qaloqalo River, past dense mangrove forests, to the remote Salt Lake. Here you’ll experience the pure tranquility and silence of Savusavu’s untouched hinterland. Fed by the ocean tides, this pristine lake covers 100 acres, creating an inland sea perfect for kayaking. Ancient Fijians used the river as a short cut to the beautiful Natewa Bay.
Vuadomo waterfall is about 30 kilometers from Savusavu on the west side of Vanua Levu. Experience the life of local villagers, before taking a light walk to the main attraction. An excellent trip for photographs and seeing Fiji’s beautiful natural rainforest.
Fiji has an abundance of beautiful plants and herbs. During this informative and hands-on tour you’ll discover some of the natural medicinal qualities they possess, and the practical ways in which they’ve been used by the Fijian people for hundreds of years. This tour takes place right at Savasi Island.
One of the first things you’ll notice at Savasi are the stunning volcanic outcrops on which the villas are built. The majority of Fiji’s islands were in fact formed through volcanic activity starting around 150 million years ago, and geothermal activity still occurs on the islands of Vanua Levu and Taveuni. Today you can still witness this unique topography.
Mud crabs hide in estuaries and mangroves during the day and come out after dark. At the right time of year, you’ll be able to learn traditional hunting methods before enjoying a taste of your freshly caught seafood.
Take a gentle walk or a more serious hike through the thick Fijian jungle and energise your senses. There are a range of rainforest experiences awaiting you all within an hour of Savasi Island.
Experience the magic of the reef with Korosun Dive, located right at Savasi Island’s marina. Known for some of the best diving in the world, you’re sure to be inspired by Fiji’s underwater paradise. Grey sharks, Hawksbills turtles, Spotted Eagle rays, Barracuda, Hammerhead sharks and dramatic cavern swim-throughs are just some of things you can expect.
Stand Up Paddle
Stand up paddle surfing is a fun water activity suitable for everyone – and there’s no need to schedule around high or low tides. Just grab a board and go.
Test your skill aboard Savasi’s 28ft fishing boat. Sailfish, mahi mahi, Spanish mackeral or walu are just a few of the local species. We also arrange game or sport fishing tours for the more adventurous!
When the tide is coming in, these spectacular blowholes spout streams of water high into the air. You can enjoy the majestic sight right from our restaurant – or get up close and personal, by kayaking across the canal to the coral flat. This natural phenomena is formed when shafts in the coral grow landwards and upwards, exposing themselves at the surface and creating a shaft in which incoming water becomes pressurised.
An experience not easily forgotten. Spend the morning spotting dolphins at Natewa Bay, the South Pacific’s largest bay and home to two pods of spinner dolphins. Please note this activity is subject to minimum booking numbers and must be arranged in advance.
Let our experienced chefs guide you through the preparation of a dish like banilolo (steamed coconut bread) or kokoda (fresh walu in coconut cream), a refreshing Fijian specialty. You’ll learn about some staple local ingredients and how to weave them into tantalising Fijian cuisine.
If you wish to experience a Fijian church service at a nearby village, you will be very welcome on any given Sunday. Enjoy the soulful harmonies of the choir and hear a pastors address his congregation.
Learn about the amazing coconut tree and its many uses in Fiji which give it the name ‘Tree of Life’. You’ll learn the history of weaving palm fronds and can try making your own Fijian crafts.
Black J. Hunter pearls are one of the prides of Fiji, and sought after internationally for their unique, non-traditional colours. Located just 10 minutes away in Savusavu Bay, this makes an excellent excursion and snorkelling trip.
Music is woven into the fabric of Fiji and the ‘Meke’ embraces traditional song and dance to tell of legends, love stories, and spirits of the islands. Dances can vary from a hair-raising warriors spear dance, to a gentle and graceful fan dance.
A traditional lovo feast at Savasi is a wonderful way to experience the real Fiji. An array of meats and vegetables are placed in an earth oven, lined with palms and hot coals, and left to cook over a number of hours. The resulting flavours are deliciously earthy and smokey.
Guests can experience life in a local village first hand. Learn about the culture and traditions, attend a church service, or practice a little Fijian with the people widely considered the friendliest in the world!
During this annual event, many types of coral will simultaneously release their spawn in the form of ‘balolo’ worms. Occurring during November, the spectacle is unique to Fiji and Samoa. The annual arrival of ‘balolo’ is signalled by the excited shouting of villagers everywhere, who will rush to collect the moss green or reddish-brown worms. They are considered a Pacific delicacy, not unlike caviar.
Savusavu market boasts a myriad of fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as unique local foods like cassia bark (cinnamon), bush dhaniya (coriander), wild honey, avocado, cabacaba lobster, fresh mullet and sici shells. It is best visited on a Saturday.
Image: Savasi Private Island
Day 10 - Depart for
In the early afternoon transfer to Savusavua airport and your flight to Nadi. Connect to Nadi - Los Angeles flight.
*From pricing is valid for departures until 31 March 2020 for purchase by 31 December 2019. Prices are per person based on double occupancy departures from Los Angeles. Add-on fares are available from other cities. Certain black out dates apply on the accommodation and tour value add offers - check with your Aspire consultant. Seats are limited and may not be available on every flight. Hotels are subject to availability. All prices reflect a discount for purchases made by cash/wire transfer/check, please see terms and conditions for credit card payments. There are no discounts for payment made by credit cards. Cancellation penalties and other restrictions apply.