Six Senses Fiji set to Reopen in April

Six Senses Fiji welcomes guests back to paradise starting April 1 with its warm, friendly faces following the relaxation of lockdown and travel restrictions.

Located on Malolo Island, the largest of the Mamanuca Islands, Six Senses Fiji is the picture-perfect backdrop for every photo. Surrounded by crystal-clear waters accessed from palm-fringed white sand beaches, it is the perfect spot for an Easter vacation, as well as surfing and diving.

Six Senses Fiji features multi-bedroom residences, each with a fully equipped kitchen, private living area, expansive private pool, and outdoor seating and entertaining space designed to bring families and friends together. Other amenities and services include in-villa dining and sundowners, yoga, and eight hours of complimentary babysitting per day. The resort also boasts three restaurants, a gourmet deli, a cooking school, and offers a variety of activities.

Perfect for water lovers, the resort presents watersports, such as paddleboarding, kayaking, and swimming for all skill levels, from rookies to experts. Surf lessons are available for beginners within the safety of the private bay or the resort’s wave pool. Only 20 minutes boat journey away, pro surfers take a ride in the world-famous left reef break, Cloudbreak. Snorkelling and diving experiences are also available.

Sustainability has been a core part of Six Senses Fiji. The entire property was designed to be 100 percent solar-powered. All its restaurants, deli, bar, and spa uses fresh ingredients grown in the resort’s gardens, sourced from local farmers and fishing communities.

Since the announcement of its opening, there has been tremendous reaction and interest in the resort. It has already been completely booked for the first month and is operating on a waitlist-only basis.