Qamea Resort & Spa is an exclusive tropical destination for discerning travellers seeking an authentic Fijian island resort.
Set amidst 100 acres of lush tropical landscaped gardens, bushland and jagged volcanic South Pacific mountains that soar behind the property, Qamea fronts onto a private white sand beach known as the most spectacular in Fiji’s northern island group.
This intimate boutique resort comprises only 17 luxuriously appointed, traditional Fijian-style thatched bures and beach villas.
All accommodations are fully airconditioned and feature a large, covered terrace, modern European bathroom with romantic outdoor river stone shower, mahogany hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, separate living area, four-post canopy bed and large covered deck with outdoor furniture and hammock.
For absolute privacy and the highest level of luxury, The Royal Beach Houses are situated at the far end of the resort’s white sand beach. With over 1,600 square feet of luxury, they feature a spacious bedroom, a living area and large deck that extends to the ocean’s edge with a private plunge pool that enjoys expansive views of the beach and Qamea’s pristine lagoon. The outdoor living area features a heated jacuzzi spa, an outdoor rock wall shower and comfortable sunbeds.
The resort epitomises Fijian dining at its best with fresh cuisine, local specialties, superb wines, great service and a relaxed ambience. The skilled team of chefs takes pride in using the finest local and international ingredients to create an irresistible fusion of Fijian Pacific Rim cuisine.
The only Guinot spa in the South Pacific, the award-winning Jungle Spa is a sanctuary where you can relax in blissful reverie. Perched deep in the jungle, it offers the ultimate Fijian body therapies and French facial therapies that relax, rejuvenate, revitalise and renew your mind, body and soul.
Lounge the day away on the beach or by the swimming pool, or if it is activities and adventure you seek, staff will make sure you are as busy as you want to be. Explore the island from the water by kayak or stand-up paddleboard, or get up close and personal with the marine life with a dive, or snorkel, into the kaleidoscopic world of the marine sanctuary reef. Other daily activities range from catered picnic lunches at cascading jungle waterfalls to invigorating coastal and mountain hikes.