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The adults only Fiji resorts you will never want to leave

Planning a romantic couples retreat? Longing for some peace and quiet in paradise? These are the Fiji adults only resorts you need to book.

Fiji is well-known as one of the most family-friendly destinations in the world. But this gorgeous slice of paradise has another wonderful, exclusive side. Fiji adults only resorts remove the high-pitched squeals of laughter, constant splashing pools and restaurant menus peppered with chicken nuggets. They replace them with indulgent massages, private butlers and dreamy cocktails.

Are you in yet?

This Fiji adults only resorts guide will help you decide where to go to escape the all-ages masses.

For stunning overwater bungalows: Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Child policy: Guests must be a minimum age of 17 years

Likuliku Lagoon Resort is one of the most lavish adults only resorts in Fiji.

It’s also the only resort in the country to have overwater bungalows. Glass-floor panels inside these stylish suites allow guests to watch sea creatures from their living room. The freestanding bath, huge deck and enormous bed all have ocean views. And guests have direct private access to the lagoon via a ladder on the deck.

If you need more room, the spacious and secluded beachfront bures make a dreamy alternative. These suites feature large bedrooms, outdoor showers and private plunge pools.

Make sure you book into the impressive Tatadra Spa. This oasis, set between the forest and ocean, offers treatments made from local Fijian produce. Nearby Honeymoon island is a great spot for a romantic picnic.

© Likuliku Lagoon Resort

For unparalleled snorkelling and diving: Royal Davui Island Resort Fiji

Child policy: Guests must be a minimum age of 16 years

Royal Davui Island Resort Fiji sits in Beqa Lagoon, which is renowned for some of the best diving in Fiji. Guests can explore at least 13 dive sites within half an hour of the resort.

Royal Davui offers free guided snorkelling excursions, sea kayaks and paddleboards. It can also arrange excursions to the outer reef for an extra cost.

On dry land, sign up for the twice-weekly visits to Naceva Village to get a feel for the local culture. After that, sit back with a drink in hand and listen to live music at the Banyan Bar.

The resort’s spa does an incredible Island Wrap. The 50-minute therapy uses coconut, natural sugar cane and cocoa butter to melt your troubles away.

© Royal Davui Island Resort, Fiji

For getting away from it all: Tokoriki Island Resort

Child policy: Guests must be a minimum age of 16 years

For more than 25 years, Tokoriki has been known as the resort for those looking for seclusion. You will need to book a catamaran, speedboat or helicopter to access this boutique northern Mamanuca islands resort.

Tokoriki has 36 freestanding beachfront villas and bures. Each one has a lavish ensuite, king-size bed, outdoor shower and sun deck.

Guests spend their time relaxing poolside, taking windsurfing lessons, glass-bottom boat rides and private island picnics at the nearby Monuriki island (where Castaway was filmed). The resort also conducts herbal medicine walks, basket weaving and setting sail on a Hobie cat.

Daily-changing menus make dining a treat. If you wish, the chef will personally meet with you upon arrival to discuss personal preferences.

© Tokoriki Island Resort

For nature and tranquillity: Matamanoa Island Resort

Child policy: No day-trippers or children under the age of 16 years.

Matamanoa Island Resort is a private island resort that looks and feels like something out of a movie. Beachfront bungalows sit tucked into the lush, palm-tree fringed dunes. Behind them, a towering, greenery-clad volcanic cone rises towards the sky. Squeaky white sand at the edge of the island melts into a tropical reef filled with fish, turtles and sea stars.

This adults only Fiji resort is the place to get back to nature. Matamanoa’s beachfront villas have outdoor showers, thatched gazebos and private plunge pools.

Guests can explore the reef using snorkels, scuba gear, kayaks or Hobie Cats. Guided mountain hikes offer visitors a chance to spot some of the island’s unique flora and fauna.

For a dose of culture, don’t miss the staff performing a meke (a traditional style of dance), join in a kava ceremony or call on the local village of Tavua.

© Matamanoa Island Resort

For weddings, honeymoons and romance: Matangi Private Island Resort

Child policy: Guests must be a minimum age of 16 years

Listed in Conde Nast Traveller as one of the ‘Top 5 Most Romantic Resorts in Fiji’ and in Islands Magazine as the ‘Best Private Island’, loved-up duos should make tracks for one of the most romantic adults only resorts in Fiji.

Matangi Private Island Resort sprawls across 97 hectares of horseshoe-shaped private island paradise. This family-owned and -operated resort is fringed by coral reefs and covered in lush rainforest.

But it’s the rooms that guests rave about the most. The three-level Treehouse suites have lava rock showers, outdoor Jacuzzis, expansive water views from the spacious sun decks and king-size daybeds.

If you are looking to celebrate a wedding or a honeymoon, this would be the number one pick. Matangi’s intimate beach ceremonies come with the personalised service of the wedding coordinator, an acapella choir and a beachside candlelit dinner.

The ‘Romance Package’ is another great deal. It includes a private picnic for two in beautiful Horseshoe Bay, a 30-minute Tropical Massage for two at the on-site spa and a dinner for two in a special location with a bespoke menu and a bottle of house wine. 

© Matangi Private Island Resort

For serious R&R: Qamea Resort & Spa

Child policy: Guests must be a minimum age of 12 years

When you arrive at Qamea Resort & Spa, you are greeted by the resort managers with a cool drink, a lei and an icy cold towel. From this moment onwards, everything at this resort is geared towards resting and recharging.

No more than 34 guests are accommodated on the island at any one time and rooms are spread over 17 hectares of landscaped gardens and emerald-green jungle. One can easily go a few hours (or even an entire day) without interacting with another holidaymaker.

Each of the 17 bures is positioned along the one-kilometre beach (some with direct beach access, others with grassy areas out front), giving you front-row seats to the evening sunsets.

For the ultimate in privacy, select one of the Royal Villas. Set at the very end of the resort, these accommodations feature decks that extend to the water, plunge pools, outdoor rock showers and Jacuzzi spas.

The Jungle Spa is a highlight, named the ‘Best Luxury Destination Spa’ multiple times in the World Luxury Spa Awards.

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Main image credit: Six Senses Fiji

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