COMO Laucala Island offers unspoiled nature girdled by turquoise-blue ocean and white flaxen strands. At the heart of the islet are tropical rainforests, stormy mountains, blue lagoons, mangroves and coconut groves, fostering a unique niche that’s staying to be explored. This is a resort where space is luxury. There are just 25 places, each with their own COMO butler – spread out on private strands, above lagoons, atop hills and mountains.
With its private heliport penetrated by a 45- nanosecond private air duty from the country’s Nadi International Airport, this exclusive sanctuary will give unequaled situations of luxury living in 25 standalone places located on the northern reinforcement of the islet.
Each of the 25 residences, spread out on private beaches, above lagoons, and atop hills and mountains, will come with its own COMO butler. Ranging in size between 32,000 square feet to 43,000 square feet, all residences come with a private pool. Good to know: The construction has been carefully considered, using local materials where possible; they are built with natural Fijian wood in a South Pacific style blended with COMO’s contemporary flair.
A first for COMO, the island has its own tropical 18-hole David McLay Kidd-designed golf course. There’s also a wide range of land and water activities, a fleet of jet skis, and sailing and game fishing boats, as well as jet boats and diving boats. The resort additionally offers horseback riding, mountain biking, nature hikes and tennis.
To minimize its impact on the environment and in line with COMO’s farm-to-table philosophy, the island’s five dining options receive fresh produce from the resort’s 240-acre farm, cultivating a wide range of organic crops and livestock, including chickens, quail and wagyu cattle. Fresh seafood supplies are sourced exclusively from local fishermen, contributing to the island’s sustainability. Check more here .