Luxury Yasawa Island Resort & Spa in Fiji – 3 Night Buyout!

Now you can takeover the entire, Yasawa Island Resort & Spa in Fiji. Enjoy the ultimate “social distancing” with a 3 night buyout at this luxury resort in Fiji. For this reason, isolate in paradise as your friends and family can have the entire 7,000-Acre Island to yourself.

The luxury Yasawa Island Resort & Spa resort is located on a lush, 7,000-acre island with just a handful of small Fijian villagers as your neighbors. Enjoy 11 white sandy beaches, five-star dining, world-class diving, Fijian culture, plus a myriad of water sports. In addition, visit the world-famous Blue Lagoon caves. This location is where the Hollywood movie “Blue Lagoon” was filmed. It starred actress Brooke Shields. As a result, this unsurpassed vacation destination can be “exclusively yours.”

The Yasawa Island Resort & Spa in Fiji is tucked away in the lush Yasawa group of Islands off the coast of main Island of Viti Levu. This secluded, tropical haven boasts 18 authentically thatched luxury bungalows. Therefore, they are hidden among luscious tropical foliage. Hence, you will have the ultimate in privacy. To be sure, you will be only steps away from a pristine stretch of silky beachfront.

This luxury resort is found on one of the most remote and unspoiled islands in Fiji. For this reason, the tropical oasis attracts couples, singles, families and groups from all around the world. For example, celebrate a milestone birthday, special anniversary or seeking to recharge and relax with family and friends. Therefore, look no further than the idyllic Yasawa Island Resort & Spa, Fiji. Plus, it’s an amazing place and unsurpassed sanctuary for sun and fun.

Guests at this exclusive retreat in a tropical paradise will be treated to:

– Arrival flower lei, chilled towel, fresh fruit & welcome coconut drink upon arrival
– Accommodation in 18 Beachfront Bures
– All gourmet meals and snacks for up to 38 guests
– Non-alcoholic beverages
– Beachside seafood dinner
– Complimentary beach cocktail party featuring house red, white and sparkling wine, Fiji rum punch
– Private picnics on your choice of 11 white sand beaches
– All resort activities: snorkeling, sea kayaking, SUP, sailing, tennis, nature walks and more
– Resort excursions: boat snorkel trips, visits to the world- famous Blue Lagoon Caves
– Nightly entertainment and cultural activities
– A traditional Fijian Meke performance and Lovo Night and choir performance

Yasawa Island Resort & Spa

Foodies will simply love the Yasawa Island Resort & Spa. This all-inclusive resort boasts contemporary cuisine serving meals each day. For example, choose to dine at the new al fresco main dining complex with 180-degree view of the ocean, beachside, at the horizon pool or in the privacy of your very own beach hut. Importantly, the chef places an emphasis on “fresh” whether it is from the garden or ocean. In addition, the poolside Manasa’s Bar named after a long-time resort employee, serves signature cocktails from dawn to dusk.

If you desire a break from the craziness in the world, relax and enjoy life. A favorite pastime of many guests is a complimentary picnic on one of 11 white sandy beaches. Plus, visit Bukama Village where travelers can meet the chief and partake in a kava ceremony (the ceremonial drink of Fiji). Afterwards, enjoy the island’s culture by hearing the school choir sing. Lastly, partake in a lovo feast or witness a meke performance (the ceremonial dance of Fiji).

Outdoor enthusiasts will be treated to a variety of activities on land and at sea. Complimentary resort activities provide something for everyone. For example, guests can enjoy swimming in the crystal waters of the famous Sawa-I-Lau Caves or snorkeling among vivid corals and tropical fish. There is sea kayaking, boating on a catamaran and stand up paddle boarding and windsurfing. Back on shore, they enjoy tennis, volleyball, hiking and even rugby matches. Hence, the outdoor activities at Yasawa Island Resort & Spa in Fiji are endless.

So what is price for a 3 night stay in paradise? Overall, it is $14,000/night for a minimum three-night stay. The complete, Luxury Yasawa Island Resort & Spa buyout is valid for travel through March 31, 2022. So make your plans today.

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Learn to Scuba Dive in Fiji at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

The allure of the ocean and its many underwater mysteries have fascinated many people over the years. Scuba diving is often near the top of the list of to-dos of vacationers all around the world.

It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful place to scuba dive than Fiji. The luxury Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is widely recognized for providing the best dive sites available in tropical Fiji.

Jean-Michel Cousteau’s legendary father, Jacques-Yves Cousteau pioneered Scuba gear during World War II by co-creating the Aqua-Lung. The Aqua-Lung is a twin-hose underwater breathing apparatus, which allowed Cousteau and his crew to explore the world’s oceans and film incredible shots.

Nearby Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort are the world-class Namena reefs. Enjoy the opportunity to scuba dive, no matter of you are a novice or expert diver.

If safety is a big concern, now worries. The Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort dive center provides only the most cutting edge equipment plus the most experienced staff found on the island of Fiji.

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort offers guest luxurious accommodations with 25 spacious, free-standing thatched-roof huts (bures). These huts were built with local lumber and provide comfort and privacy, along with the resort’s personalized service.

All resort rooms are feature private patios to enjoy Fiji’s incredible sunsets. Also offered are rattan furnishings, a king-size bed with custom-made mattress, wooden louvered windows, overhead fans, and even a sitting area.

For those wanting to be certified scuba diver, you can achieve that goal in just three short days. The course intro starts with an instructor-led 30-minute lesson in the resort’s swimming pool. Next is a video instruction, followed by in-pool instruction, then a shallow dive (up to 18 meters).

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is offering a unique opportunity to experience the property’s luxurious accommodations and amenities along with scuba diving. Between January 6 and March 31, 2015, you can stay 6 nights but pay for only 4 nights! This deal also includes some complimentary SCUBA diving in addition to spa treatments.

The Dive & Rejuvenation Package includes one of the following options:

Three 1-tank dives for 2 adults
Three 1-tank dives for 1 adult and three 1-hour “Bobo” massages for other adult.
1⁄2 day Resort course and a 1-tank dive for 1 adult and three 1-hour Bobo massages for other adult.

The Dive & Rejuvenation Package is for a 6 night stay but pay for 4 and is priced starting at AUD $2232/USD $1,946 per adult (based on 2 adults & up to 2 children under 13 sharing a Gardenview bure). Price includes all meals, most island activities, taxes & all normal inclusions)

If you are interested in staying at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort on Fiji, and experience the true Fijian way – please contact The Life of Luxury today. Enjoy scuba diving in tropical paradise. Follow our popular luxury blog to read about other luxury travel industry news and special deals.

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort – “Romancing the Pearl” Package

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is a coastal eco-retreat luxury hotel on the tropical island of Fiji. This luxury resort has become the getaway of choice for those discerning travelers who desire romantic luxury experience in a tropical secluded getaway.

Located on the tropical island of Vanua Levu, Fiji – Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort has just announced their new “Romancing the Pearl” luxury vacation package. Enjoy endless luxury amenities and a VIP travel experience at a tropical paradise that you will never forget.

Vanua Levu is the second largest island on Fiji and stunning Savusavu Bay offers the ideal environment to create the world’s rarest and most precious gems of the ocean – pearls!

Fiji Pearls produced by J. Hunter Pearls, are renowned for their gorgeous radiance and incredible hues of bold tones and soft pastels.

Stay at luxurious Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort with the “Romancing the Pearl” package and you will receive your choice of a custom made, single pearl necklace, ring or bracelet from J Hunter Pearls Casual Elegance collection.

This terrific, luxury travel to Fiji also allows resort guests to take a Pearl Cruise on stunning Savusavu Bay and actually view pearl farms in person. You will also visit the J. Hunter Pearls showroom to choose your unique pearl.

Here are the details of Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort – “Romancing the Pearl” Package:

· Enjoy a 6-night stay in Point Reef Bure, Honeymoon Point Reef Bure or The Villa, the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort’s most premium accommodation – a grand bure featuring a master suite, indoor/outdoor patio, private infinity pool, Jacuzzi tub, waterfall and outdoor as well as indoor shower – more than 2,000 square feet in paradise.
· Romantic private Island picnic
· A couples 60-minute Bobo massage
· Complimentary Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Fijian sulus (sarongs)
· Savusavu Bay Pearl cruise with sparkling wine and canapés
· Private romantic dinner setting on one evening of guests’ choice
· Tour of J Hunter Fiji Pearl farm and facility, including custom made J Hunter Fiji Pearls single pearl necklace, bracelet or ring (value FJD$800, USD$432.69)

This amazing VIP experience travel package is available for couples only. Pricing is from AUD $7,152 (USD $6,675.57) for the total package (which includes 2 free nights).

The “Romancing the Pearl” package is available between October 6 and December 20, 2014 plus January 6 to March 31, 2015.

To experience the best of Fiji and stay at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, please contact The Life of Luxury and one of our luxury travel concierge specialists will assist with booking your entire itinerary. If you like reading about other luxury travel packages, return to follow our luxury blog.

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Luxury Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji Supports Earth Day

Earth Day is being celebrated around the world next week on April 22, and the luxury Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji continues to strive to be a pioneer in eco-tourism.

The challenge of any property in a sensitive, exotic environmental area, is to minimize leaving a large carbon footprint. Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji is proud to be recognized as one of world’s first eco-luxury resorts.

This award-winning resort has received worldwide praise for its focused efforts and sustainability.

The luxurious Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort has become the most renowned and environmentally friendly vacation destination located in the beautiful South Pacific. Discerning travelers will admire the VIP style treatment and local beauty.

The luxury resort is situated on the tropical island of Vanua Levu and was built on 17 lush acres of a former coconut plantation.

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji

With a dedicate philosophy of “the environment first,” the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is constantly seeking new ways to reduce its carbon footprint. The key to their success has been achieving this goal without sacrificing its luxury resort guests with a truly, enriching luxury experience.

The Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji provides incredible ecological exploration, natural luxury, warm hospitality plus ultimate relaxation, all in the traditional Fijian style.

Here’s small sample of sustainable practices found at this luxurious resort on Fiji:

– Usage of a water reclamation plant
– The first Fiji resort to recycle paper and plastic plus establish a recycling program for local town of Savusavu
– No air-conditioning on the property
– Usage of local island timber for construction that’s found only in certified forests
– Usage of solar panels on water heaters for some bures (traditional thatched Fijian guestrooms)

The native Fijian population and their ancestors have wisely utilized the tropical island’s natural resources. A top goal of the resort’s staff plus Jean-Michel Cousteau and his team of conservationists, is to strive for achieving a sustainable environment by learning from the Fijians.

A wonderful example of this concept, is the landscaping features on the resort. They include a large number of indigenous fruit trees, such as lemon, mango, lime, papaya, passion fruit, guava, pineapple, coconut and breadfruit. The entire irrigation system is run from the resort’s wastewater treatment plant.

The resort employs Johnny Singh, who is a full-time Fijian naturalist/marine biologist. Singh leads the Bula Club (kid’s club) excursion outings that offer children an amazing educational experience. Johnny also dedicates time to teaching both the resort staff and at the local area schools.

Staying at the luxury Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is not only a pleasure, but an honor. The luxury resort on Fiji combines five-star luxury, ecological exploration and the well known Fijian hospitality. It’s the ideal way to learn and respect our planet Earth as well as the cultures of Fiji.

To experience the beauty and eco-friendly efforts of the luxurious Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji firsthand, please contact The Life of Luxury and we can help with all of your travel reservation needs. To stay on top of the latest travel news, be sure to come back and read our luxury blog.

Luxury Resorts Now Offering Fun Programs For Kids

The challenge with bringing children on family vacations is keeping them busy and finding engaging activities to hold their attention. Many high-end luxury resorts are increasingly offering fun programming for kids.

Children’s activities and amenities are often key for parents to have a stress-free vacation.

Here are four upscale, luxury resorts that have developed kid programs. This allows both mom and dad to get some alone time, the chance to relax and reconnect, while their kids have a blast!

· Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort –
The luxury Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort is a newly opened resort located on the famed Kuta Beach on Bali. It just launched a new family program including a wide variety of personalized amenities, activities and services for the entire family. This luxury resorts program offering include direct access to the luxurious Beachwalk, exclusive access to Miniapolis and Cheeky Monkey Playground, a special Kids Eat Free package, on-site babysitting services, access to the resort’s relaxing pools, and in-room children amenities. During their stay, children are welcome to enjoy “bottomless” soft drinks, juice, milk, or water with their kid’s bottle. In each room, kids are welcomed with a children’s gift bag, including coloring books, a children’s game, as well as Crayola crayons and pencils. Families are also invited to relax poolside, where they will have access to the free-form rooftop pool or the kids’ pool. Parents may also rest easy with the resorts’ on-site babysitting services, providing a safe and entertaining way for children to enjoy their vacation in Kuta.

· Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji –
Through the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort’s award-winning Bula Club, children of all ages enjoy a range of fun, educational and cultural activities. This amazing luxury resort property now features the Chef’s Junior Assistant program. Kids aged 6 to 12 join the resort’s Chef and a Bula Club representative helping to create a meal start to finish – they can even suggest the meal for the day. The “Junior Assistants” – equipped with a chef’s jacket and hat – receive a kitchen briefing on safety and hygiene, take a tour of the organic garden with the Chef, hand-picking herbs and garnishes, and assist the Chef with final preparations, plating and serving of the meals to the Bula Club.

· Trump SoHo New York –
Trump SoHo New York recently launched a Young Entrepreneurs SoHo program. A unique extension of the brand-wide Trump Kids program, Young Entrepreneurs SoHo offers members a suite of benefits, including personalized business cards, monogrammed robes, complimentary kid’s meals and rollaway beds, exclusive invitations to age-appropriate events, and a quarterly newsletter discussing kid-friendly events around the city, among other perks. The program also features an ongoing series of kid-friendly events – next up is a Kid’s Cooking Class on Monday, September 16 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.

· Azul Beach Hotel By Karisma –
Mexico’s premier boutique hotel, Azul Beach Hotel by Karisma provides families with a vacation experience designed to foster togetherness between families and couples. For children under 5-years-old, the Azulitos Play House by Fisher Price, a play program created by Azul Hotels and Fisher-Price, which includes Jugueteca, a Toy Lending Library; and Fisher-Price playgroup sessions such as Ritmo de la Mañana (active beat) with Fisher-Price musically oriented toys for babies 6 to 18 months; Mundos Maravillosos (marvelous worlds) with Little People® toys for toddlers 18 to 36 months, and Planet Heroes™ Aventuras Azulares (solar adventures) for kids three to five years old. As one of Mexico’s top luxury resorts, this property recently launched the Mini Mayans program, designed to educate kids on the Mayan culture during their stays at Azul Hotels, including fun and interactive elements such as Give the Mayans a Mano, Mayan Cooking Classes, Mini Mayan Musicians, and Tiempo de Tiles.

To learn more about these kid programs at the world’s best luxury resorts & hotels, please contact The Life of Luxury and speak to one of our travel concierge specialists.

Bula Club Children’s Program at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

It’s often difficult for high-end luxury hotels and resorts to offer interesting programs for children that will not only engage but also entertain them. The luxurious Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort in Fiji has done just that.

The Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort property encompasses 25 spacious free-standing thatched-roof huts or bures. These huts are built from timbers found locally. Not only providing privacy, the traditional thatched Fijian bungalows also offer comfort and personalized service amenities.

The Bula Club is an exciting new kids program being offered at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort that is ideal for family travel to tropical Fiji. The program offers a wide range of interesting children’s activities and services.

For children who may want to play in the kitchen, the luxury resort is offering a “Chef’s Junior Assistant” program as part of their award-winning Bula Club. The Bula Club provides kids of all ages a variety of educational, fun and cultural activities.

The “Chef’s Junior Assistant” program is available for children between the ages of 6 and 12 who can experience the chance to engage in the following activities:

– Kids can sign up for the program ahead of time and then decide on their choice for meal for the day (participants’ favorite foods are taken into consideration). If a child’s pick is chosen, their choice could even land on that day’s menu.

– Become “Junior Assistants” and wear a chef’s jacket and hat while receiving briefing on kitchen safety and hygiene. Next the children will take a tour of the organic garden with the Chef, hand-picking herbs and garnishes, and assist the Chef with final preparations, plating and serving of the meals to the Bula Club.

– Kids will be able to join the resort’s Chef and a Bula Club representative for about 45 minutes to assist and create a fun meal from start to finish. The children will be active in the process by assisting not only with the preparation, but also the plating and serving.

The Chef’s Junior Assistant Program is an easy and fun way for kids visiting the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort in Fiji with their vacationing family, to explore their creative sides and learn some foodie basics.

The Bula Club at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort also offers other engaging activities such as rock pool exploration, hiking, glass-bottom boat excursions and much more! The resort also provides Johnny Singh who is a full-time Fijian naturalist/marine biologist. Sinngh provides a wonderful educational experience for the visiting children.

For more information on the Bula Club at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort or help planning a vacation stay the the beautiful Fiji resort, please contact The Life of Luxury.

Romance Package at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort in Fiji

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji
Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

Fiji is widely considered one of the most romantic destinations in the world. Now you can enjoy the beauty of this tropical paradise at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort in Fiji

The luxury Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is ideal for couples who want to stay away from traditional, themed trips. Enjoy an authentic Fijian experience and immerse yourself in incredible natural surroundings and superb fine dining. It’s a chance for a true escape from our hectic daily lives.

Located on on the island of Vanua Levu, Fiji – Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is an all-inclusive property that overlooks the calm waters of Savusavu Bay.

Built on 17 acres of a former coconut plantation, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is truly a world-class resort offering guests luxurious accommodations. Couples will stay in bures, traditional thatched-roof Fijian huts that provide privacy, comfort and personalized service.

All rooms at this luxury resort are equipped with private patios to enjoy Fiji’s stunning sunsets.  To ensure a truly serene environment, bures have no telephones or televisions.

Between now and March 31, 2013, you can make a couples reservation with a Romance Package that offers free nights. Stay five to eight nights and receive two nights free; or stay for 10 nights and receive three nights free.

Additional romantic, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort amenities include:

* Bottle of sparkling wine upon arrival
* Two 60-minute Fijian “Bobo” massage treatments (one per adult per bure)
* Private dinner in a special romantic location
* Half-day private island escape with a picnic breakfast or lunch

Also available are romantic activities that include: in-room or beachside spa treatments, day trip to a private island, and snorkeling/scuba diving, and private dining.

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    Luxurious Holiday Getaway to Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji

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    Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort in Fiji is an all-inclusive, five-star resort that’s the perfect destination to “get away from it all.” During this upcoming holiday season, families and couples can festively celebrate in this warm, exotic Fijian island paradise.

    This luxury Fiji resort is located on the island of Vanua Levu. It was built on 17 acres of a former coconut plantation. The accommodations overlook the peaceful waters of Savusavu Bay and offer an exclusive escape for those looking to experience magical natural surroundings, authentic Fijian traditions and exceptional dining.

    Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort features 25 spacious free-standing thatched-roof huts (bures) that were built utilizing local timbers. Guests will enjoy privacy, comfort and personalized service.

    Each of these traditional thatched Fijian bungalows feature rattan furnishings, a sitting area, custom-made beds, overhead fans, wooden louvered windows plus a private deck with stunning ocean or garden views. All resort rooms are outfitted with private patios from which to enjoy the island’s spectacular sunsets.

    Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort’s renowned chef Raymond Lee will offer seasonally-inspired menus and cocktails on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and also on New Year’s. Also on New Year’s Eve, enjoy an incredible, celebratory fireworks display that will be set off over the pier for resort guests to enjoy.

    Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is unique in that it has developed “edible landscaping.” On site plants are not only aesthetic, but supply the resort’s kitchen with delicious fresh produce.

    For outdoor fun, the luxury Fiji resort is recognized for providing the best dive sites Fiji has to offer for either novices or experts. Some dive sites are only 10 minutes away, plus experience the nearby world-class Namena reefs. resort offers the most cutting edge equipment and the most experienced staff on the island.

    To learn more, please visit: www.fijiresort.com

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      Namale Resort & Spa on Fiji Named to “Oprah’s Favorite Things” for 2012

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      For those of love Oprah Winfrey, one of the events they would look forward to each year was her “Oprah’s Favorite Things” annual show. The popular show aired between 2002 to 2010, but was not shown in with in 2009.

      “Oprah’s Favorite Things” returned this year and the two-hour episode aired on her OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network channel, and it was a moving experience as Oprah Winfrey paid tribute to a group of very surprised Military Spouse of the Year finalists.

      As in the past, Oprah unveiled must-have gifts for this upcoming holiday season. One of the hit gifts was surprising the military spouses with a once in a lifetime trip to the amazing Fiji Islands and Namale, Fiji’s #1 Resort & Spa.

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      Namale Resort & Spa, Fiji

      Oprah’s team worked with the Tourism Fiji, the incredible, tropical Fiji getaway included two round trip tickets on Air Pacific, Fiji’s International airline and Pacific Sun, along with a five-night stay at the luxurious all-inclusive Namale Resort & Spa.

      It was a special moment for many of the military wives as tears of joy flowed. Eight of the spouses had never had a honeymoon, and others had not been on a vacation with just their spouse in many years.

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      Namale Resort & Spa, Fiji

      If you missed the show the first time, you can catch the television special “Oprah’s Favorite Thing: 2012” again on December 23, 2012 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on OWN.

      To learn more about Namale Resort & Spa, Fiji or to book a reservation, please contact us at:

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        Welcome to Your Screensaver: Namale Resort & Spa in Fiji

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        There’s one obnoxious trend in the early 2000s that I am happy to see disappear. I used to receive “Don’t You Wish You Were Here Instead” email attachments with photos of heavenly Eden-esque paradise with clear blue waters, sunset with the perfect blend of orange and yellow, and colorful exotic fish that swim up directly up to your hotel cabin.

        Now I know where these photos were collected: the Namale Resort and Spa in Fiji.

        Host to ABC show, The Bachelorette, the Namale Resort is nothing short of amazing. Staying there is like taking a vacation in your screensaver.

        The elegant Namale Resort is built on the boulders and seacliffs of Vanua, Levu, Fiji’s second largest island. Known for its expertise in infusing magic into any honeymoon, Tatadra (Dream House) suite boasts 3,000 square feet of luxury.

        A living/dining room overlooking the private pool and ocean, glass-walled master suite with a four-poster bed, raised Jacuzzi for two, and a hanging-bed pavilion, are just a few of the features that set Namale apart.

        Recently voted one of the Top 50 Most Romantic Places on Earth and Fiji’s #1 all-inclusive resort and spa, Namale Resort encourages life at a slow, relaxing pace. As soon as you check-in, every amenity you can think of is in your own Fijian bure or villa overlooking the Koro Sea or on the resort.

        The Namale Resort will tempt you to revive the obnoxious “Wish You Were Here” email tradition.

        Meet “The Bachelor” star Jason Mesnick and His Wife, Molly Malaney in Fiji

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        InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

        Fans of the recently completed ABC TV show The Bachelorette, will be excited to know they can actually meet two stars from the previous The Bachelorette and The Bachelor seasons.

        Jason Mesnick took part in Season 4 of the The Bachelorette, as well as the becoming The Bachelor himself on Season 13 of that show. Jason Mesnick and his wife Molly Malaney, found true love and eventually got married. The couple now they want to share the beauty islands of Fiji with a special travel package.

        Mesnick is sales manager for Down Under Answers (www.duatravel.com) and the travel company is offering a special package to Fiji.

        Mesnick and Malaney will actually welcome adoring fans to join them at theKoro Sun Resort in Savusavu. This luxury resort was actually featured on the July 25th episode of this season’s The Bachelorette, in addition to to the Fiji Golf Resort & Spa in Nadi.

        Here are the highlights of the Fiji trip, including spending time meeting and talking to both Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney.
        · Round-trip airfare on Air Pacific departing Nov. 5, 2011 from Los Angeles to Nadi and from Nadi to Savusavu
        · Keepsake pottery lei on arrival
        · Round-trip airport/hotel transfers throughout
        · Four nights in an ocean-view “bure” at the Koro Sun Resort, including all meals, plus:
        · For the ladies, a forget-all-your-cares, one-hour massage at the Rainforest Spa
        · For the gentlemen, a full round of golf
        · Full-day waterfall expedition
        · Half-day river kayak tour
        · Four nights at the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa, including:
        · Full buffet breakfast daily
        · For the ladies, a 30-minute spa experience
        · For the gentlemen, a 9-hole round of golf or dive experience
        · Full-day Seaspray Sailing experience
        · Half-day Nadi Faces & Places Tour

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        Jason Mesnick & Molly Malaney

        This incredible 10-day vacation package to Fiji is priced at just $2,999 per person for a twin share and space is limited. For additional information, please visit www.duatravel.com/bachelorfiji.

        For those unable to make the November trip, DUA Travel is offering a similar package without Jason and Molly, yet still covering the gorgeous area of the world showcased in the final episodes of “The Bachelorette”. Priced from $3,449, per person, departures available from August 1, 2011 – March 31, 2012. Seasonal surcharges apply.