Welcome to The Affordable Fiji. Crusoe’s Retreat - Fiji Islands Best Kept Secret. Nestled amongst lush tropical gardens and fronting a palm-fringed sandy beach and stunning lagoon, Crusoe’s Retreat is a friendly, intimate, traditional Fijian resort. Featuring only 29 Fijian-inspired Bures, Crusoe’s truly embodies all that is wonderful about the Fiji Islands: world-famous hospitality, an unhurried pace, fresh island cuisine, lots of complimentary activities, and a dedication to local culture and traditions. Crusoe’s Retreat truly is Fiji.
Crusoe’s Retreat is tucked into the lush vegetation of the surrounding hills & nestled on the shore of Fiji’s beautiful Coral Coast, two hours drive from Nadi Airport. Close enough to local attractions and exciting activities, but world’s away, providing a tropical beach escape.
Nearby Pacific Harbour offers many exciting adventure opportunities, as well as shopping, cultural visits, golf and more.
A private transfer service direct to the Resort with 24 hour pick up, 7 days a week.
Crusoe’s Retreat boasts only 29 Fijian-inspired Bures. The Five Deluxe SeaSide Bures are the finest accommodation at the Resort, located just steps from the soft, golden sand beach. The Deluxe SeaSide Bures include new furnishings, air-conditioning, and a brand new bathroom. The new bathroom features a 2-person indoor shower, a stylish vanity, and access to a private, river-rock walled open-air outdoor shower. These bures are perfect for couples.
The five SeaSide Bures all boast amazing views and access to the resort’s beach. Slightly elevated, the SeaSide Bures are close to everything at the resort, surrounded by lush tropical gardens.
The twelve Deluxe SeaView Bures are located hillside, with sweeping and dramatic views of the resort’s gardens, down to the beautiful beach. These free-standing bures are perfect for couples or families.
The six SeaView Bures are duplex units, sharing one wall (the bathroom wall). Situated on the hillside, the SeaView bures have some of the best views of the resort and the amazing Fijian sunsets.
Each Bure is equipped with King or Queen Size Beds, Tea & Coffee making facilities, refrigerator, ensuite with double vanities & double showers, private verandah & ceiling fans.
Dining & Entertainment
All room rates include a Full Cooked Breakfast & Afternoon Tea daily. Evening meals include either an a la carte menu, or one of the popular theme nights, such as a pool side BBQ & ’Lovo’ feast. Meals may be complimented with a selection of wines from the Climate Controlled Wine Room. Each night, there is an extended Happy Hour at the Coco Bar - a popular Thatched Roof Pool Bar.
There are a full range of complimentary activities to be enjoyed. Many activities are exclusive to Crusoe’s Retreat due to its privileged location. Activities include sea kayaking, snorkeling, tennis, beach volleyball, guided hikes, and more!
The Namaqumaqua Village borders the property & offers guests a glimpse into the Fijian way of life & a truly Traditional Fijian experience.
One of the advantages of Crusoe’s Retreat is its isolated location, however, we are very close to many exciting adventures. We are close to the white water rafting trips, and a short drive to Pacific Harbour, with its Fijian Cultural Centre, cafes and shopping. Suva is also a short drive away. Crusoe’s provides both the seclusion of a beach resort, with access to great excursions and tours.
The on-site dive operation, Dive Crusoe’s is PADI accredited & offers the full range of PADI Dive courses. There are over 20 world class dive sites all close to the shore allowing for up to 5 dives a day. Sites vary to suit all levels of experience & offer a multitude of diverse tropical sea-life that will amaze even the most experienced diver.
When it comes to special occasions Crusoe’s Retreat offers magical moments to cherish for a lifetime. Wedding packages are tailored to the individuality of each couple with options limited only to the imagination. Couples may choose to have their ceremony in a variety of locations including the lush tropical gardens, on the beach at sunset or in the Namaqumaqua Village Church.