Get your typing or phone fingers ready for Lalati's Deal of the Day.Contact us from May - to June 30th to find out your deal of the day. Dozens of specials will be offered - from a complimentary snorkeling safari, a full romance package, or even 2 free nights! To get your "deal" you must book your room on the day the deal is offered. Non combinable with any other special offered. Email or call us to see what you won!
Four divers got certified in no time (only 3 days) through Lalati Resort's Blue Starfish Dive Center. Congratulations to the new Fully Certified Padi Scuba divers!
The magic and mystery of Beqa Island and Beqa Lagoon is captured at Lalati Resort and Spa. Romantic, all inclusive, and poised on a cobalt bay, Lalati Resort is your getaway for an all inclusive honeymoon, Fiji beach wedding, or intimate Fiji dive vacation. Throw open the front door of your private retreat each morning, to the spectacular colors of a Fijian sunrise. Dip into the warm tropical waters of Malumu Bay. Delight in the opportunity to explore every nook and cranny of Beqa's mystical island and surrounding seas. Chase the sunset, swim with seahorses. Prepare to be totally enchanted.
Lalati is an affordable boutique Beqa Lagoon resort, with a staff waiting to welcome you into their hearts, and shower you with deluxe service and gourmet cuisine. Plan the all inclusive honeymoon of your dreams. Or a memorable tropical wedding, under an arch of brilliant island blooms, led by fierce Fijian warriors and firewalkers. Renew your vows, or enjoy a beautiful anniversary to remember. Learn to dive in Beqa Lagoon's nutrient rich waters, or plan an all-inclusive dive trip that will captivate even the most seasoned diver. Spend the day in one of the best Fiji spas. Plan your Fiji trip of a lifetime at Lalati Resort & Spa.
Our own Lisa Costello, Lalati Resort & Spa's Marketing Manager, interviewed during the Bula Fiji Tourism Exchange. Catch her interview, and read her story: Lalati Resort and Spa’s Lisa Costello told me at Bula Fiji Tourism Exchange 2013 this week, that the soul of Fiji is in the heart of Beqa Lagoon, which happens to be the location of Lalati Resort and Spa! She said that the magic and mystery ... Read More >>
In the latest edition of the New York Times bestseller "1,000 Places to See Before You Die" Travelers Life List, Lalati Resort & Spa is one of a few resorts mentioned for Fiji, and the only resort on Beqa Island worthy of a "Bucket List." Here's the full story, for your reading pleasure ... "Just off the south coast of Viti Levu, Fiji's main island, the legendary Beqa Lagoon lies enclosed by ... Read More >>
We're cover models! Air Pacific's Inflight Magazine - Islands Magazine - featured Lalati Resort on their recent publication cover. The story, written by California travel writer Rita Faye, details her exploits in and around Beqa Island, Beqa Lagoon, and Lalati Resort. The Lalati Magic In the middle of the ocean – that’s where we were headed. Our destination was but a bump on the horizon. Even ... Read More >>
Spa junkie visits Lalati and blogs about her otherworldly experience ... We are lying on identical massage beds in the Lalati Resort’s Spa, on the outer island of Beqa. I have a colorful pink sarong around me, my husband brad’s is sky blue … blue like the sky, dotted with the obligatory puffy white clouds. Blue like the bay we can see from our slatted windows in the spa. I’m a massage ... Read More >>
Climate change affects people across the globe. No one feels it more strongly than the world's islands. Change causes tropical storms to increase and intensify, with higher and more powerful waves causing greater erosion of the already fragile coastlands and sea life. Many island groups are already feeling the crunch of global climate change. Both South Pacific Island nations of Kiribati & Tuvalu ... Read More >>
The drinking of Kava (yagona or grogg) is a ritual and ceremony woven into the fabric of daily live in these Fijian Islands. Kava is the root of a pepper plant, pounded and massaged in in water, in a traditional "tanoa" or wide wooden bowl. The mixture, which resembles muddy water, is then offered in a bilo - a half coconut shell. Historically, kava ceremonies mark important events - births, ... Read More >>