Raiwasa Private Resort
a magic menu for recapturing our mojo
Raiwasa Private Resort takes me by surprise. Already utterly relaxed after a week in Fiji, my state of chill drops clean off the scale as we cruise through the gates. First impressions are of utter serenity, lush gardens and calm, gracious staff. Then, there is our home, high on a promontory, full of exquisite luxury.
Wide verandas create a classical colonial indoor-outdoor living style. The villa’s indoors are immediately inviting. There is a real sense of space with high ceilings, generous areas to either get together or retreat for personal solitude. Sundowners on the deck would seem obligatory, whether the weather be fine or raining here on the northern tip of Taveuni, Fiji’s “Garden Island.”
What a contrast to being stuck in an air conditioned hotel room, isolated from any real access to the tropical world we’ve come to embrace.
From this elevated haven at Raiwasa I watch both fiery sunsets and awakening sunrises, relax by the private pool and dine at the outdoor private clifftop “overlook deck.”
Complementing this elevated experience is manager Richie Singh’s team. With intuitive timing they materialise when needed.