Okay, stop whatever you’re doing now, go to http://www.laucala.com and play the video on the front page and then tell me if that isn’t what you imagine paradise to look like.
At first site it reminded me a little of the Rockwater Secret Cove Resort in Canada but with an island flare. You can get your own rooms looking out over the ocean but no one can see into your room.
This is a jaw-dropping site to behold, you’re exquisite bungalow is perched on a peninsula of the island, with lush tropical forests at your back and crystal clear and azure Pacific Ocean out your front window and door.
The infinity pool true feels like you’re looking out into infinity, an infinity of blue paradise that is a view like no other I’ve ever seen, Imagine whiling away your days snorkeling, hiking, sailing, dining and so much more in this paradise.
This bit of paradise has to be one of the most expensive price tags I’ve seen on such a room. It makes Bora Bora look like a bargain. For a one room bedroom Plateau Villa with sweeping South Pacific views it will set you back just over $5000 per day.
This includes food and beverage, with house wines. Activities included golf, tennis, horseback riding and water sports. In addition one 90min spa treatment per person per stay is also included. Plane transfers from Nadi to island at 600 USD per person one way for adults addl. Children 3 years to 11 years at 300 USD per child one way addl. 15 pct Tax and 5 pct Occupancy Tax addl.
“One Bedroom Plateau Villa 160-190 sqm/1722-2045 sqft Situated on the Nawi Hill, these villas offer unforgettable views out to the sea and neighbouring islands. Large outdoor bathing areas with oversized bath tub and garden situated outdoor shower. Large outdoor dining pavilions allow guest to dine under the stars. Yoga deck overlooking the coconut plantation.”
Okay, so 99% of us will never be able to afford paying for this beauty, but you’ve got to just go dream a little and check out the sites http://www.laucala.com/#Philosophy.