MOST READ TRAVEL
Men’s Grooming Essentials for Grown-Up Routines
A full-body approach to skincare and grooming, from LED light therapy to the the...
Fiji has no shortage of gorgeous places to vacation. With more than 300 islands and over 500 islets, the South Pacific island nation is notorious for its picture-perfect white sand beaches, vibrant coral reefs, and unspoiled beauty. But when it comes to experiencing all Fiji has to offer in a luxury (and sustainable) environment, Kokomo Private Island is without equal. Blending world-class accommodations, premium services, and Kokomo’s pristine surroundings truly makes the property a private island paradise like no other.
Located in the stunning Kadavu Islands, south of the Fijian mainland, the resort that spans 140 acres is encircled by the Great Astrolabe Reef, one of the largest on the planet and famous for its world-class diving, fishing, and snorkeling. Surfing, sailing, and kayaking as well as exploring underwater grottos and stunning waterfalls are just some of the must-try activities when you visit the otherworldly island. Those who prefer to keep busy on land can take advantage of the state-of-the art gym, tennis, basketball courts, and, of course, hike the many scenic trails across the property.
Kokomo Private Island has 21 one-to-three bedroom villas—each with its own deck and infinity pool—as well as five brand new ultra luxury three-to-six bedroom residences tucked away amid the lush hilltop landscape boasting impressive ocean vistas.
And if the pristine nature isn’t enough to calm you down, head to Yaukuve Spa Sanctuary, the biggest spa in Fiji, that truly lives up to its name. Indulge in a traditional Fijian massage, a rejuvenating facial therapy, or experience one of the restorative wellness programs that will soothe your mind and relax your body through daily curated menus, personalized workout sessions, spa treatments, and wellness consultations.
But what makes Kokomo Private Island unique is its approach to sustainability that is at the core of the property. From the architecture and design to the culinary offerings, saltwater desalination that turns the ocean water into consumable products as well as sea salt for its restaurants, to the many nature conservation projects (such as reforestation, manta conservation, and reef clean up), the resort takes the notion of “sustainable luxury” to a whole new level.
So if you are looking for a tropical and crowd-free spot to escape to, you can have Kokomo Private Island all to yourself thanks to the resort’s buyout option starting at $65,000 per night for up to 30 guests. This will give you exclusive access to all villas and residences, in-villa dining, as well as nanny and personal butler services.