Koro Sun Resort
Koro Sun Resort
This unspoiled location offers you the genuine warmth and friendliness of the Fijian people, beautiful lush tropical surroundings, and warm, impossibly clear waters.
In a remote setting that defines paradise, Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa immerses you in a genuine Fijian experience that’s nirvana to the core. In the unspoiled native north on “Fiji’s other big island” of Vanua Levu, this 160-acre sanctuary was born of a nature lover’s dream. The tropical retreat is etched within a coconut plantation that’s encircled by lush rainforests at the edge of a stunning private lagoon.
From the moment you arrive, the Koro Sun staff embraces you like family. They greet you with a song that welcomes you to your home away from home. Certainly, the Fijians are known around the globe for being the most warm and friendly islands on earth. That hospitality – coupled with our diverse accommodations and recreation – has made Fiji’s Koro Sun Resort an international favorite for relaxing holidays, active family vacations and magical romantic getaways. You may have seen the latter when the resort was featured July 23, in ABC’s primetime reality series, The Bachelorette.
What to Do
The property's 29 private bures and villas are spacious, individually appointed decor and fully air-conditioned. Your stay is all-inclusive – from airport transfers to bountiful gourmet fare and a flurry of non-motorized water sport activities. Spend your day lazing on the daybeds at the waters edge, exploring the offshore reef with our PADI certified crew, fine-tuning your putting on our nine-hole pitch and put rainforest golf course or indulging in a banana leaf body wrap or coconut oil massage in our enchanting Rainforest Spa.
The NOW Adventure team will also personalize experiences away from Koro Sun. Explore Lotu Island Cave with Manu, tour botanical gardens with Leba or hike with Jone to a tumbling waterfall where you can splash in the cool pools beneath. Fijian villages are sprinkled across Vanua Levu, with majestic bays cutting into its south shore and one of the world’s longest barrier reefs flanking the north coast. The island is also home to Savusavu, a multi-cultural town of 5,000 referred to as “Hidden Paradise.” Aside from boutique resorts, tours and the mellow lifestyle of the locals, Savusavu remains largely untouched.