Daku Resort hails itself as Fiji’s premier yoga destination. Located in the picturesque beach town of Savusavu on Vanua Levu, it offers regular week-long retreats, with each day consisting of two yoga lessons, excursions, and three healthy meals. A typical retreat day starts with a morning yoga practice, then breakfast and deep relaxation, lunch, an excursion, and restorative yoga to conclude the day’s activities before your evening meal. There is usually at least one retreat held each month during the year.
Daku Resort, Lesiaceva Rd, Savusavu, Fiji, +679 885 0046
Koro Sun Resort in Savusavu offers a number of mindfulness and wellness retreats each year, including yoga and even stand-up paddleboard yoga. The SUP yoga retreat works to challenge typical yoga practices by adding the extra element of balance. As well as SUP yoga, there is also yin yoga, acroyoga and meditation classes for participants. Koro Sun’s other wellness retreats offer daily yoga practices, as well as healthy meals and other excursions.
Koro Sun Resort, Private Bag, Hibiscus Hwy, Savusavu, Fiji, +679 885 0262
Rise and shine with the sun at Navutu Stars, as resident yoga teacher Torika Tabua leads your every morning with yoga classes. The luxury resort setting is perfect for a yoga retreat, located in the idyllic northern Yasawa Island group, far away from the mainland and busy tourist masses. As well as being a trained massage therapist, Torika is a certified Ashtanga teacher. She lead the yoga program at Savusavu’s Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort for close to ten years, and now offers a blend of Ashtanga and Iyengar yoga to guests at Navutu Stars.
Navutu Stars Resort, Yaqeta Island, Yasawa Islands, Fiji, +679 664 0553