The Most Instagram-Worthy Fiji Spas
Last Updated on March 27, 2019 by Anita Hendrieka
Guest post by Juliette from Snorkels to Snow
In Fiji, there’s a saying, ‘Seqa na leqa!” which means, ‘No worries!’
It’s this island attitude which makes it so easy to drift into a state into bliss at one of the Fiji spas. Nearly every resort in Fiji has its own spa, but there are some that are significantly more decadent than others. From feeling the warm ocean breeze across your back to the intoxicating aromas of coconut and frangipani, the best Fiji spas are tucked away in private sanctuaries away from civilisation and noisy tourists, ready to whisk you away to another world of euphoria and pleasure.
Discover some of the best spots for pampering in the Fiji Islands with these Instagram-worthy fiji spas.
Here’s a list of the best Fiji Spas!
A private luxury resort and spa in the Mamanuca Islands, Vomo is an exclusive retreat of tranquility, surrounded by a turquoise ocean. The spa at Vomo, Kui Spa, has Thai and Balinese therapists. They use Sodashi products for their treatments, which is 100% chemical free and produced in Australia.
From mineral infused or thermal facials to contouring and detoxifying body wraps, Kui Spa will send you off into a state of bliss, which is why it has been named one of the best spas in the Fiji Islands.
But for a truly divine experience, you can opt for Kui’s in-room spa treatment. Enjoy a soak in your own villa with a coconut or honey and milk bath, or a romantic bubble bath complete with champagne and chocolates, with optional massages as extra. To check the latest prices and availability, click here!
The name Quan comes from a Chinese word meaning pure water. This little sanctuary of luxury is part of one of Fiji’s newest resorts, Fiji Marriott, at Momi Bay on the mainland of Viti Levu. There are separate treatment rooms as well as two couple rooms for side-by-side therapies, with private plunge pools.
Opt for a Heart of the Ocean facial and enjoy a cleansing exfoliation treatment with a signature massage and cooling infusion mask, or perhaps a warm sea shell massage for an authentic island treatment. To check the latest prices and availability, click here!
Located within one of Fiji’s top luxury honeymoon resorts, you don’t even have to leave your villa to enjoy one of the Remote Spa’s heavenly treatments. Using local Pure Fiji products, a treatment bed can be set up on the deck of your private villa for you to relax within your own little utopia, with nothing but the sound of the gentle ocean ripples in the background.
The Remote Spa offers treatments which are authentically Fijian, such as the traditional Fijian bobo massage techniques with coconut oils and dilo oil – an anti-aging oil made from the locally soured Dilo nut tree. To check the latest prices and availability, click here!
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Just getting to the Vatuvara Private Islands will make you feel a million miles away from civilisation alone. You can only reach them by the resort’s private airplane. Located within the pristine Lau group of Fiji, Vatuvara offers guests an intimate getaway surrounded by powdery sand, lush forests and coconut groves in a traditional Fijian landscape.
Vatuvara creates tailored holidays hosting health and wellness experts for the ultimate personal spa experience. Enjoy coconut oils and flower extracts massaged deep into your skin to lead you to your ultimate wellness getaway. To check the latest prices and availability, click here!
Looking out to the pristine Natadola Beach, the InterContinental Fiji is perfectly located on the best beach on Viti Levu. Spa InterContinental uses Asian, Western and Eastern techniques and methods to offer a range of treatments and therapies.
Signature body treatments include a warm sea shell massage to improve blood circulation, traditional Fijian massage for healing or the ultimate romantic spa experience, the Pure Romance Ritual with a body scrub and polish, massage and facial. To check the latest prices and availability, click here!
An adults-only boutique retreat, Tokoriki Island Resort is situated in the Mamanuca Island range with traditional Fijian bure-style accommodation. The spa features three individual couples’ treatment rooms for a relaxing and romantic experience. Start the day with the ultimate rejuvenation experience with a pampering couples treatment at sunrise. Or, for a truly heavenly evening, you can opt for private therapies in the comfort of your villa, followed by Moet & Chandon three-course dinner without even having to leave your bure. This is definitely one of the best spas in the Fiji Islands, don’t you think?
If you’ve spent too much time in the sun, Tokoriki offers a special sunburn treatment with aloe vera, cucumber extract and a cooling aloe gel wrap. To check the latest prices and availability, click here!
This award winning luxury spa is a perfect choice for hydrotherapy, with aromatherapy pools, waterfall massage, sauna and a hot tub. Located on Fiji’s second largest island, Vanua Levu, Namale Resort is an adults-only boutique all-inclusive resort.
Spa rooms have views of the ocean if you wish to hear and feel the gentle ocean breeze, or you can choose a more private setting amongst the garden rooms. Treatments include tradition Fijian bobo massage as well as other treatment styles from India, Japan, Sweden, Thailand and Bali. Therapists use organic Fiji coconut oils as well as herbs and banana leaves produced on the resort’s farm. To check the latest prices and availability, click here!
Tell me below if you would like to stay in one of these beautiful Fiji spas! I know I would!
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Juliette is a New Zealand journalist, broadcaster and travel blogger at Snorkels to Snow, with a passion for snorkelling, scuba diving and skiing. She’s recently returned to New Zealand after a stint in the islands, living in Fiji with her husband.
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