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Rejuvenate Your Soul At Fiji Top Three Resorts For Meditation And Relaxation

By Shane Hussein Posted 7 Apr 2014

According to a 2013 study by Monster.co.uk into the relaxation time of British travellers, the typical adult holiday-maker takes an average of four days, eight hours and 24 minutes to fully unwind when on vacation. It’s a surprising statistic and no doubt you probably anticipated that slipping into relaxation mode would be easier. However, the study found that around 12 per cent of people are never completely able to relax when on holiday.

We all deserve to take as much time as we need to rest and it is no secret that Fiji is a premier destination for travellers seeking some quality R-and-R. The archipelago not only has a stunning tropical setting, temperate weather and friendly people, it also has some of the world’s premier resorts to recharge the body and soul.

If you are looking to break away from the everyday grind, take more than just a weekend off and stay a week or more at one of these quality Fijian hideaways:

Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa

Hidden away in the north of the island of Vanua Levu, Koro Sun’s Rainforest Spa offers the genuine Fijian experience into pure relaxation. Let the soothing sounds of bubbling streams and native calling birds put you at peace as Koro Sun’s qualified and friendly Fijian staff soothe your muscles with a refreshing coconut-oil massage. Alternatively, rejuvenate your body with a detoxifying body wrap created from local banana leaves grown right on the Resort’s grounds or polish your skin with locally grown coconut shavings.

The Koro Sun Resort has 43 fully air-conditioned, private bures and villas and is home to a host of water activities including snorkeling and scuba diving. Additionally unwind by exploring Lotu Island Cave, or hike to a tumbling waterfall where you can splash in the cool pools beneath.

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Source: Koro Sun Rainforest Spa

Bebe Spa at Outrigger on the Lagoon

Winner of the 2013 ASPA Best Destination Spa Resort as well as the 2013 Pevonia International Spa Award, the Bebe Spa at Outrigger on the Lagoon is one of the premier sanctuaries in Fiji designed to help you find your inner peace.

Floating majestically on a plateau known to the locals at ‘Heavenly Hill’, the Bebe Spa has eight treatment rooms complete with private open-air balconies that overlook the turquoise Coral Sea. The warm and professional staff have gone back to basics with their holistic treatments - incorporating traditional Fijian massage techniques, such the revitalizing Beb Vakaviti Signature Massage, to ensure your body, mind and soul are nurtured and soothed.

Indeed, the entire resort embraces the traditional design and hospitality of Fijian culture, yet still maintains a high level of sophistication with all the modern conveniences.

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Source: Bebe Spa

Daku Resort

Based a mile out of Savusavu, Daku Resort runs a series of yoga retreats for all levels, across the many varieties of the ancient discipline.

Join like-minded travellers from all over the world on a spiritual exploration of mind and body. Most yoga sessions begin with an early morning practice followed by breakfast and then another workshop session. Each course is designed to help you meditate and the quiet, lush tropical setting with a specially built yoga platform that overlooks stunning Savusavu Bay will keep you calm and centered.

With a focus on the nourishing the mind, Daku Resort also offers courses in writing, music and art as well as a plethora of other relaxing activities, including snorkeling, kayaking, tennis, golf and diving. To find out more on the next yoga retreat, check out the site Yoga In Fiji.

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Source: Yoga in Fiji

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