COMO Laucala Island is a perfect island escape for those who seek total privacy, relaxing ambience, enjoying culinary delicacies, yet active vacation.
Spanning 12 square kilometers, Laucala is one of three small islands off the northeast coast of Taveuni in Fiji. Hemmed by lagoons and coral reefs in the South Pacific, COMO Laucala offers all the exclusivity of a private island resort but is within easy reach of international hubs thanks to regular flights to Fiji from Australia, Hong Kong, Korea, New Zealand, and the United States. Distance from Nadi Airport is 50 minutes.
This is a resort where space is luxurious: 25 Residences spread out on private beaches, above lagoons, atop hills, and amidst the jungle. Each tropical home is designed in harmony with Fiji’s extraordinary natural heritage, with menus thoughtfully conceived around the bounty of field and ocean. Every imaginable activity is part of the Laucala experience, including golf, scuba diving, sailing, and surfing. Each of the 25 Residences at COMO Laucala Island is designed to reflect its unique beach, jungle, hilltop, or lagoon environment, with private pools, Fijian materials, and artful luxury.
Island wellness center – COMO Shambhala Retreat – is a celebration of the many fresh, nourishing resources that can be found in Fiji. Enjoy immersing yourself in facial and body treatments, making use of COMO Shambhala’s four couples’ treatment villas, a hot stone relaxation room, an outdoor bathtub, and a beauty salon. In the garden, you can peruse tropical flowers, herbs, spices, and fruit to create your own soaps and lotions in the resort distillery. COMO Laucala Island menus aren’t just bursting with flavor, but they are centered around health, wellbeing, and sustainability. The home-grown produce goes into all Laucala’s restaurants and bars menus, from farm to table. COMO Laucala Island offers a range of extraordinary activities such as a David McLay Kidd-designed 18-hole championship course, world-class sailing, game fishing, horseback riding, and a range of watersport activities.
From May to October
Laucala Island maintains a fleet of 14 boats for guests to explore the pristine 18-mile-long coral reef that protects it.
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