Fiji’s unique eco-friendly resort

If you want to combine your love of travel with your commitment to saving the planet, these luxury tours are for you.

Protecting the environment has never been more important. If you’re looking to combine your love of travel with your commitment to sustainability, Fiji Eco Resorts are for you.

Six Senses Fiji Resort

The South Pacific is the perfect place for a vacation. Imagine picture-perfect beaches, crystal clear waters, lush vegetation and world-class surf spots. From a sustainability perspective, Six Senses Fiji Eco Resort focuses on energy generation, rainwater conservation and growing organic produce. The resort has a large off-grid solar array that charges  Tesla batteries, a protected beehive area, and Crackingham Palace, home to his over 100 chickens that tend the resort’s kitchen.

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

As soon as Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort appears on the horizon, you’ll be mesmerized by the glowing greenery, swaying palm trees and soft white sand that surrounds the island. This retreat features 25 luxurious bure, 5-star accommodations and a strong commitment to making the world a better place. Voted #1 Global Eco the resort is partnering with the local Sustainable Coral Reef Program to help local schools and communities better understand the connection between healthy reefs and healthy people. We support you to do so. You can learn a lot.

Palmrea Farms Eco Resort

Palmlea Farms combines a warm welcome with an organic farm that delivers food fresh from farm to plate. Life wouldn’t be complete without eating the perfect fresh pineapple while enjoying the view from a sea view restaurant. This beautiful property is located in a secluded location on  Vanua Levu Island. The farm produces beautiful herbs, spices, fruits and vegetables, as well as eggs and honey. Additionally, every effort is made to support local producers and encourage cultural sensibility.

Royal Davui Island Resort

There is a special magic to the term ‘barefoot luxury’. This exclusive adults-only resort features pristine white beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and towering palm trees that  make you feel like you’re far from anywhere. But it’s not just a dream escape. Royal Davui is the first resort in Fiji to eliminate all single-use plastic items, removing thousands of plastic items from landfills. We also use locally sourced produce with treatment facilities that can purify and reuse wastewater without impacting the natural environment.

Makai Beach Eco Resort

There’s nothing quite like waking up to the soft crashing waves  on the beach. In addition to the glamping experience on the beach at Makai Beach Eco Resort,  yoga and pilates, surfing lessons, snorkeling tours, fishing trips, massages and more are also available. The resort is solar powered and features an organic garden. All visitors are encouraged to follow the principles of reduce, reuse and recycle. Key to the company’s sustainable business practices are its commitment to educating its staff, using local building materials wherever possible, and protecting local coral reefs.

Private Island Nukubati

What don’t you like about your private island? This secluded resort is carbon negative. Since his 1990s, the company has generated electricity with solar panels and wind turbines, grown organic produce using tropical permaculture techniques, and used ocean breezes to cool its buildings without air conditioning. We offer a simple lifestyle that helps you switch off, fully focus on the place and enjoy the warm local hospitality.

Matanibushi Beach Eco Resort

This boutique retreat incorporates sustainable principles from the start, from a minimal footprint  built around  trees to  passive energy design, solar panels, responsible waste management and more . It’s also a vacation in the truest sense of the word. A place for the discerning traveler to create unforgettable memories while enjoying surfing, yoga and local culture.