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4 of the best spas to try in Fiji

4 of the best spas to try in Fiji

It’s 2019 and we’re all about wellness and self care. Wellness travel continues to dominate the travel space as we aim to relax and recharge the batteries. Fiji is not only blessed with some of the best beaches and sunsets in the world, but a collection of resorts and spas that will leave you feeling so relaxed, you won’t know who you are anymore.

If you’re feeling a wellness and spa trip that’s not too far from home, Fiji provides just that. What’s more, is some of Fiji’s best spas are located on the main island of Viti Levu, making it perfect for a quick getaway with some of the best resorts and spas being only a 40-minute drive from Nadi International Airport.

So it’s time to get packing and treat yourself to a spa getaway.

Chi, The Spa at Shangri-La Fijian Resort & Spa

Chi is the name of the Shangri-la Fijian Resort’s spa and is located near the adults-only reef wing of the resort. The beauty of the Shangri-la Fiji is that the resort site is so big and well laid out, when you go to the resort’s spa, you truly feel a world away from the rest of the resort. This spa is designed as a “mini village” and consists of four ocean view and rainforest treatment bures which overlook the ocean or a rainforest.

Chi’s massages and treatments are based on authentic natural healing methods found in traditional wellness practices by local and Asian cultures. Chi’s selection of treatments showcases Fiji’s natural botanical products and therapeutic properties. For the full spa experience, the ‘Dusk Till Dawn’ package will truly leave you feeling refreshed. Starting at dusk, your treatment begins with a water therapy bath, skin polish, herbal steam and traditional Fijian Bobo Massage. Stay overnight in your private spa bure and wake to a customised facial before you depart.

Intercontinental Fiji

Spa InterContinental combines Asian, Eastern and Western treatment methods to balance the mind, body and soul. The spa has a lengthy menu with a long list of treatments to choose from.

For a truly unique spa experience, the Natadola Bay Honey Treatment will leave you feeling quite literally brand-new. Experience the super healing properties of the locally sourced honey, which is made by the resort’s very own beehives. Your body is enveloped in honey and oils to nourish the skin, to finish you’ll enjoy an essential facial and massage.

The spa’s pre- and post-treatment room is especially nice and quite possibly one of the most relaxing places in Fiji. It’s literally impossible to feel any bit of stress while sipping on your pre- and post-ritual tea.

Intercontinental Fiji

Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay

The Fiji Marriott Resort at Momi Bay is one of the newer resorts to hit the shores of Fiji with it’s stunning overwater bures and infinity pool. Quan, the spa found at the Marriott Momi Bay, is just as relaxing as the name suggests.

Quan boasts an impressive spa menu of healing treatments and massages to keep you feeling relaxed for your entire stay.

Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay

Spa at the Gate Fiji Airways Premier Lounge

When people think of airports they tend to think stress, panic and running through the departures terminal as the airline calls your name for final boarding. They don’t tend to think, relaxation and spa treatments. But, what better way to prepare for a flight then a spa treatment at the airport on your way out? Just make sure you leave yourself enough time.

The Fiji Airways Premier Lounge at Nadi International Airport has its very own spa, Spa at the Gate with a menu of massages, facials and pedicures.

If you’re not quite ready to give up the spa treatments and return to your daily life, a pre-flight massage will help combat the post holiday blues. If you’re transiting through Nadi for a long-haul flight, a cheeky facial can help combat your skin drying out whilst up in the air.

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