Qamea Resort & Spa – Fiji
Qamea Resort & Spa – Fiji is an exclusive tropical destination for discerning travellers seeking an authentic Fijian island resort: this intimate boutique resort catering to a maximum of 34 adults, with only seventeen luxuriously appointed and air conditioned beachfront bures and exquisite Royal Beach Houses with private pools and Jacuzzi spas, is nestled among swaying coconut palms and verdant tropical gardens.
Set amidst 100 acres of lush tropical landscaped gardens, bushland, and jagged volcanic South Pacific mountains that soar behind the property. The entire resort fronts onto a private white sand beach over a kilometre in length, and is known as the most spectacular in Fiji’s northern island group.
With the only Guinot spa in the South Pacific, a PADI 5 Star accredited dive shop, snorkelling just off the resort that has been named as one of the top ten resort snorkel reefs in the world, and daily activities ranging from catered picnic lunches at cascading jungle waterfalls to invigorating coastal and mountain hikes – guests will certainly not need to look far for something exciting and adventurous to do.
Romantically decorated bures and beach houses, all with outdoor showers, and many with private swimming pools or Jacuzzi spas – this will be the place where lifelong memories are made.
Qamea authentic thatched bures are designed and built in traditional Fijian style. The accommodation is spacious , ranging in size 650-1800 sq / ft , with rising 20 – foot ceilings , heavens beds and hand-polished local mahogany wood floors.
All 17 luxuriously appointed traditional Fijian style thatched bures and beach villas are fully air conditioned and feature large , covered terraces with comfortable furniture and a hammock.
All villas and bures have large covered decks with comfortable furniture and hammock, and dramatic and unobstructed views of the ocean and sunsets.
Qamea Fiji Resort & Spa offers 4 types of accommodation:
Beachfront Bures have each been designed in traditional Fijian style, with soaring ceilings, thatched roofs, hand polished Fijian mahogany hardwood floors, and feature local Fijian art.
The king-size beds are draped with elegant and luxurious Egyptian cotton linens and the separate sitting area has comfortable furniture, along with a mini bar and coffee/ tea making facilities. The bures all have ceiling fans and are fully air-conditioned. The spacious European-inspired bathrooms feature stylish fixtures, a separate toilet room and boast thick cotton towels, bathrobes and locally-produced bath products. Large open-air garden showers, encircled by river-rock walls, add to the spacious feel and elegant nature of the bathrooms.
The large covered verandahs feature comfortable deck furniture, along with a private hammock from which to enjoy amazing Fijian sunsets.
Honeymoon Villa is a stunning split-level villa built in the traditional Fijian style, with high woven bamboo ceilings and polished mahogany hardwood floors.
It boasts a private outdoor courtyard with shower and Jacuzzi spa bath, in addition to an indoor shower. The upper level is the bedroom, and two steps take you down to the lounge. Both rooms face the sea and have access to a large verandah by sliding glass doors.
The bedroom is appointed with king size bed, side tables with figured lamps, large wardrobe, vanity unit, lounge chair and decorative netting over the bed.
The lounge has two divans, both of which can become beds when needed, an imported lounge suite, side tables, sideboard for minibar and tea/coffee making facilities and decorative table lamps and paintings. There is also a writing desk and several comfortable easy chairs.
The spacious covered deck has lounge chairs, a table and hammock.
The oversize bathroom has an indoor shower, double sinks, and opens to a private outdoor riverstone courtyard with both an outdoor shower and Jacuzzi spa bath.
Qamea Resort & Spa’s Honeymoon Bures are designed specifically for discerning guests seeking even more luxury and romance.
With over 900 square feet, and set at the far end of the resorts long white sand beach, the Honeymoon Bures command expansive and unobstructed ocean, beach and lagoon views.
Both of the Honeymoon Bures have romantic canopied four poster beds with soft white decorative netting curtains and boast a bathroom of over 300 square feet with walls that slide into pockets to opens onto a private outdoor courtyard with an enticing natural stone Jacuzzi spa pool.
The Honeymoon Bures are fully air conditioned, have romantic outdoor river stone showers, with attention to detail at every step. One of the many unique features of our Honeymoon Bures is a covered day bed off the beachside deck with privacy curtains.
Royal Beach Houses
Royal Beach Houses are situated at the far end of our white sand beach, affording absolute privacy from the rest of the resort, along with the highest level of luxury for the discerning couple.
With over 1,600 square feet of luxury, they have been designed and built in a traditional Fijian style contrasting mix of native mahogany hardwood floors and sandstone tiles. The villas feature a spacious bedroom and a living area, with high- quality furniture, the finest in linens, and an array of Fijian art commissioned specifically by Qamea Resort & Spa. All of the Royal Beach Houses are air- conditioned and equipped with a 42” plasma screen TV connected to international satellite, DVD (multi-zone) player, and stereo with an i-Pod docking station and telephone.
One of the highlights of the Royal Beach Houses are their large covered and uncovered decks that extend to the ocean’s edge with expansive views of the beach and Qamea’s pristine lagoon. The Royal Beach Houses all have their own private plunge pool on an expanded sunning deck that goes to the edge of the beach. The outdoor living area features a heated Jacuzzi spa, an outdoor rock wall shower, and a comfortable sunbeds. The bathroom contains Italian fixtures, including double sinks and an indoor shower.
In addition to the double occupancy rooms, we also offer a two bedroom/ two bathroom Royal Beach House, which is the owners’ private villa, with all the same amenities, with the exception of two private bedrooms in place of one. Perfect for two couples traveling together or for adult families.
WELLNESS & SPA
The award winning Jungle Spa at Qamea Resort and 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 featuring Guinot products that relax, rejuvenate, revitalize and renew your mind, body and soul.
Qamea’s contemporary, yet authentic Fijiian approach to spa endeavours to create individual ‘you time’ through a collection of sensory experiences.
The Jungle spa is placed at the heart of the resort and is perfectly situated to catch the sounds of the ocean or the native jungle birds and take in the tranquil views of the tropics, making it the ideal place to unwind.
All spa treatments are thoughtfully designed to rebalance the synergy between mind and body and to capture the essence of Fiji. The ultimate tropical indulgence awaits all who enter the serenity of Qamea Resort and Spa.
Enjoy fresh cuisine, local specialties, superb wines and great service on your Fiji holiday at Qamea Resort & Spa.
The resort epitomises Fijian islands resort style dining at its best. Settle in for a leisurely breakfast, a delicious lunch or feel the gentle sea breeze as you dine on the
beachfront. You will love the relaxed ambience and elegant ease of dining at Qamea Resort & Spa.
All menus are designed daily using fresh, seasonal ingredients and complement our tropical Fijian
climate and create an irresistible fusion of Pacific Rim cuisine.
Qamea and her neighbouring islands offer a tropical paradise of adventure and beauty. Guests can avail themselves of a wide range of activities ranging from kayaking, hiking, croquet, local village visits, catered picnic lunches at cascading jungle waterfalls, to invigorating coastal and mountain hikes.
Qamea also boasts incredible snorkelling just off the resort that has been voted as one of the top ten resort snorkelling reefs in the world, and daily snorkelling trips by boat to nearby pristine reefs.
Below is a list of the inclusive resort activities available to you:
Giant Chess Board
Stand Up Paddle Boards
Musical And Cultural Entertainment Snorkelling
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QAMEA ISLAND, FIJI
The closest of the three islands to Taveuni is Qamea (34 sq km), only 2.5km east of Thurston Point. Its coastline is riddled with deep bays and lined with white-sand beaches; the interior is fertile and rich in bird life. The island is also notable for the lairo (annual migration of land crabs). For a few days from late November to early December, at the start of their breeding season, masses of crabs move from the mudflats towards the sea.
Set your internal clock to ‘Fiji time’: exploring the archipelago’s exquisite beaches, undersea marvels, lush interiors and fascinating culture shouldn’t be rushed.
Throwing Down the (Beach) Towel
Dazzling sands, perfect palm trees and waters so blue they glow – Fiji’s beaches look airbrushed. While stunning stretches abound, it’s on the islands of the Mamanucas and Yasawas that you’ll find heavenly heavyweights. These beaches are the poster-child for paradise, luring thousands of visitors keen to discover their own South Sea idyll. The appeal of the islands stretches beyond holiday snaps; the reefs, bays and sublime sands have provided cinematic eye candy to films including Cast Away with Tom Hanks and 1980 teen-dream classic The Blue Lagoon.
Wetter is Better
Fiji’s calm seas belie the riot of life going on within. With seemingly endless stretches of intensely coloured reefs and more than 1500 species of fish and colossal creatures Fiji’s underwater world is worth the plunge. Seasoned divers and snorkellers will find plenty to excite them, while first-timers will be bubbling excited exclamations into their mouthpieces. Anywhere a fin flashes or coral waves, you’ll find a diving or snorkel day trip and there are excellent live-aboard journeys for those after a truly immersive experience.
Beyond the Beach
While it’s easy to spend your holiday in, on or under the water, those who take the time to towel off will be rewarded by a wealth of terra firma treats. Fiji offers ample opportunities for hikers, birdwatchers, amblers and forest-fanciers, particularly on the islands of Taveuni – known as ‘The Garden Island’ for its ludicrously lush interiors – and Kadavu, a less-travelled slice of prehistoric paradise with almost no roads to speak of. If urban wildlife is your thing, Suva boasts a surprising nightlife scene, while towns like Savusavu entice with rollicking taverns and meet-the-locals haunts.
A Warm Welcome
Fijian life revolves around the church, the village, the rugby field and the garden. While this may sound insular, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more open and welcoming population. Though the realities of local life are less sunny than the country’s skies – many regions are poor and lack basic services – Fijians are famous for their hospitality and warmth, which makes it easy to make friends or immerse yourself in Fijian culture on a village homestay.