Fiji has long been known as paradise on earth, and Laucala, a private tropical island in the South Pacific, is no exception. This 12 square kilometer island is speckled with 25 Fijian-styled villas, plantations, tropical forests, and pristine white sandy beaches.
This island resort was built with no expenses spared. However, sustainability and eco-friendliness were the priority. As a result, the island offers scenery like no other with natural forests, coconut plantations, traditional-style farms, mangroves, beaches, coral reefs, and even volcanic mountains.
When staying on Laucala Island, you can visit the cultural village, one of few traditional Fijian villages still in existence. It is used to showcase the traditions, culture, and architecture of the local people. You can also visit the sustainable 240-acre farm that provides most of the ingredients used by the restaurants, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and animals. You can then spend an afternoon on the beaches or some exotic fishing in the South Pacific and have the chefs cook up your catch for dinner.