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Savasi Island Resort

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Travellers' Choice Ganador de 2018
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Acabamos de pasar una semana en la isla idílica Savasi con nuestra familia - dos niños de edades entre 9 meses y 3. 5 años. La villa nos sentimos como en casa y era realmente nuestro propio espacio privado. El personal era increíblemente servicial y realmente se preocupaba por
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Sólo podemos participar los otros comentarios en confirmar que este es el lugar perfecto para escaparse. Es difícil encontrar un lugar que es lujoso y privado, relajado y es perfecto para los niños. Nuestros hijos de 5 y 7 años (y que! ) lo pasamos genial. La primera gran
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No sé por dónde empezar; tengo muchas cosas buenas que decir para una revisión. En primer lugar, somos una familia de cuatro niños entre las edades de 12 y, 14, y pasamos 7 noches en la Villa de Cariñena. Desde la cálida bienvenida a la canción de despedida todo fue maravilloso.
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A Ma, junior y el equipo cálido y cariñoso savasi gracias por su precioso exclusivamente solo por ser genuina y hacernos sentir como en casa. No podíamos haber imaginado celebrando mis 50 años como una familia con tres hijos adolescentes en un ambiente más agradable que Savasi.
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Era una isla Savasi escapar por encima y más allá! Desde el momento en que llegamos con una canción de saludo personal y bebida de coco el equipo escriba a personal sabiendo que por nombre todos los detalles diminuta este viaje fenomenal! La habitación en la que nos alojamos era
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Long post w/multiple questions... my apologies but you have to understand the background. Almost 30 days before our trip begins on April 28-30, 2018 at Tokoriki Resort, we were going to spend the remaining 7 nights at Vomo island; a 5* Resort with gorgeous soft white sand beaches and clear not rocky water to die for. Some of the rooms aren’t as nice as Savasi, but the island location and reviews of how great Vomo is is what mattered to us more. We just found out that Vomo is starting construction the day after we arrive working on the adult pool (that was supposed to be built by now :( and 2 addt’l beach houses -amazingly big w/the wow factor). My traveling companion just finished major construction at her house so the last thing we want to see on our very expensive 1st time to FIJI tropical paradise vacation is construction equipment even if we didn’t somehow hear it. And they are only offering discounts to people in the houses closest even though the only adult bar on the island sits right next to the pool being built. So we reached out to our travel agent and they came back with an amazing offer to stay at Savasi. I am grateful* but also worried because of the different type of sand and the rocks that could be in the water, and then I keep hearing about sea lice (bad reaction to it) and if I can’t go in the ocean, then what’s the point? 1st Q: did anyone who stayed at Savasi get Sea Lice? I’m hopeful that I can get something that protects us either way. 2nd Q-is there enough activities we can do since we can’t do some of the ones we originally planned like Cloudbreak, castaway Island, daily snorkeling to different locations? 3rd Q-how did some of you get offered an upgrade? *we very much appreciate Savasi accommodating our request at a months notice, incl. an upgrade for 4 of the 7 nights(we’re going to be in the wonderful Blue Lagoon 2 for 4 nights and then move to BL1 for 3 nights; going from a huge 2 bedroom with incredible water views to a much smaller 1 bedroom). I read other people have been upgraded to the waterfall room & I told my travel agent we would pay, but she said this all Savasi has, despite their website showing that the Beachhouse is available. With the Stay 7/Pay 5 promo, we are willing to pay if necessary. What are our chances of being upgraded our last 3 nights or them letting us pay to stay in a larger/nicer accommodation 5/4-5/7? again, we are super appreciative of their help thus far ... but I’d rather start in the small room and end in the big room. (especially since we’re not a couple). Q4-will we need a car now to hopefully utilize some of the other hotels activities for things like motorized watersports? Thank you for all suggestions!
Hi Redlight4, Thank you for your questions and interest in Savasi Island. In regards to the beach and tides - Savusavu is not the Mamanuca's, so it is true you cannot expect mile-long, white sand beaches. We have lovely smaller, sandy and private beaches, tucked between some very beautiful and dramatic volcanic rock, as another poster mentioned. It is a very unique landscape, and a special part of Fiji. We are also in a tidal area, so yes, the tide will go out every day, exposing the reef and rock pools. This is a perfect time to explore and discover the various local sea life. Our location also makes it a prime destination for scuba diving and snorkelling - so you don't have to leave the island to see some remarkable corals and fish. A car is not necessary at Savasi, we provide complimentary private airport transfers, and private transport anywhere you need to go, whether you want to visit the local town, explore a local waterfall, or venture further around the Vanua Levu mainland. There is a lot to keep you occupied right on the island, however, such an kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, herbal walking tours, fishing, cooking classes, volleyball, cultural activities, local entertainment, traditional kava ceremony and more. If the snorkelling at Savasi doesn't satisfy you, you can join our scuba dive boat daily and free of charge, to see some of the surrounding reefs that are accessible within 15 or 20 mins from the resort. Both Blue Lagoon Bure One, and Blue Lagoon Bure Two have excellent water views. They overlook the exact same vantage point. I also want to clarify we have not heard about sea lice at Savasi, nor about guests having a bad reaction. The water is very much safe and swimmable. I hope this helps answer some of your queries and we can welcome you to Savasi Island in 2018. Kind regards, Marina Savenkov Savasi Island Resort
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I suggest Savasii Its a very unique experience It has ocean view, great deck view, caves, lovely walkabout places, and entailed with adventure, in such a small place, but so full of mystery and life. And the staff are ever so lovely. U wont regret it 🤗
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Thank you all for your contributions! Confirming we do not have a common pool, however all villas have a private pool, with the exception of the Beach House. The previously plunge-size pools in Blue Lagoon Bure One and Three were increased in size in May. We also have a number of small beaches where you can snorkel and swim at high tide, including right below Blue Lagoon Bure Three. At low tide the rock pools and reef are exposed. As others have mentioned we also have a large marina suitable for swimming, kayaking and paddle boarding at any time.
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Hi Stephen. We have a number of beaches dotted around the island. They are not assigned to particular villas. You can move around to enjoy different beaches - we are still quite a small resort, so privacy is easy to find.
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