Fiji sevens men’s rugby team took gold in the Tokyo Olympics, and they defended their 2016 Rio title making them back-to-back champions! In 2021, Fiji beat new Zealand 27-12 in the gold medal match at Tokyo stadium. To continue this theme we have started to create a collection of the top 7 – venues, attractions, and places to eat across Fiji. These venues have gained international recognition and breathtaking reviews within the industry.
Situated on its own private beach on the beautiful island of Beqa (pronounce Mbengga), Lawaki Beach House is the ideal place to relax, swim, snorkel and enjoy your holidays or leisure time. Lawaki Beach House is owned and operated by a Fijian-Swiss couple. Getting to Lawaki Beach House
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Lawaki is private and remote, the way we like it, but this does mean there are no meal options outside the Beach House. The Essential Mealplan is half board and includes breakfast, a three-course dinner, and complimentary tea/coffee. Extras that you can add to the meal plan are lunches, picnics, snacks, and romantic candlelight dinner options. Ask us for the costs of these.
Lawaki Beach House is the ideal location for Study Abroad students and small group experiences. The entire Beach House can be taken to ensure students are relaxed, focused, and safe. Depending on your group housing requirements we can accommodate private group bookings of between 15 and 20 guests.
Stay a few nights each in Lawaki Beach House and in one of the island villages. Add something unique to your Fijian holiday: a true cultural immersion experience in one of our neighboring Fijian villages. Offering much more than a village tour, you will become part of the family, and really get the feel of Fijian Life. You will be welcomed into one of the two villages that neighbor Lawaki Beach House (and from which Sam, and our staff, come), and will stay with a host family for as many days/nights as you’d like to arrange.