The Private Island Resort Where Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Stayed In Fiji

The Private Island Resort Where Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Stayed In Fiji

While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were on their 16-day tour of Australia, Tonga, New Zealand, and Fiji, they still managed to squeeze in a little alone time within their jam-packed schedules. It was revealed that the happy newlyweds and expectant parents spent a magical evening at Vatuvara Private Islands resort and we are about to take a look at it…

This stunning 800-acre property can only be accessed by a private plane and has only three (anything but ordinary) villas. They have a “flagship” home which is called the Delana Villa and holds an infinity pool, private beach, indoor massage area, and its own dining gazebo, overlooking the South Pacific. Jealous enough yet? That is just the start…

The royal couple also had a chance to indulge in one of the resort’s gourmet restaurants which source fruit and vegetables from the island’s organic farms and seafood from its clear-blue waters. The resort is also planning to one day produce its own virgin coconut oil and ocean salt.

Although Harry and Meghan were short for time, they may have managed to partake in some of the amazing activities that the private island resort has to offer. These include a round of golf at the island’s organic golf course, a picnic on a nearby deserted island, or even a gourmet cooking class. Each villa also comes with its own yoga mats, which is perfect for Meghan who is a passionate yogi.

Aside from the scenic ocean views, five-star amenities, and infinity pools, the resort has much more to offer. It has its own foundation which seeks to protect marine life and landscape of the Northern Lau Islands. To sum up, this is a great place for the royal couple to not only treat themselves but also continue to do a little good while they are away.