Kaibu Resort FijiFiji Kaibu Resort
Amanresorts. Building and pre-opening of a luxurious island resort in Fiji. Just stay one night in a Kaibu villa and you will never stay in a hotel again.
Passengers can take the Suva or Nadi Twin Otter airplane, Fiji's international airport, to and from the isle. The villas on the islands are available for adults aged 16 and over. Three remote and extensive villas by the sea have been carefully designed with a combination of nature's texture and material to create a roomy and comfortable, stylish environment.
The villas, each with its own entrance to the sea, have an endless swimming pools, encircled by a luxuriant tropic landscape and an array of fragrant plants. Several shady seats on the spacious deck offer enticing areas to unwind and savour exceptional vistas of neighbouring isles beyond the blue water of the lake.
Staying in one of our villas will include your own individual therapist. The Saku Villa and Vatu Villa each have their own massaging cabin on the deck, while Delana Villa has its own massaging room and an extra whirlpool area. For more information about each villa, please see our accommodation page.
Visitors to the islands are able to take part in various land & sea adventures. You can also let yourself be taken to a near, uninhabitated, palm-fringed small village to have your own champaign-picknick.
Akaibu ( [ka?imbu]) is an isle in Fiji's Lau archipel..... Kaibu and the neighboring Yacata islands, from which Kaibu is divided by a lake, are 22.4 kilometres long. This 20 sq km large is situated 56 km from Vanua Balavu. Angling, snorkelling and aquatic activities are among the island's touristic assets.
It is a private property of James Jannard, who founded Oakley Inc. Mr President, this report on a geographic situation in Fiji is a blunt one.
The Kaimbu Island Resort - are there similar resort - Fiji Forum
I wonder if anyone was at the Kaimbu Iceland Resort - run by Scott and Sally Johnson. Only three Boers were on the Isle, and the staff/guest ratio was 7/1. Scott and Sally and the Yacata made the place magic. However, if anyone was in Kaimbu and found a similar paradise in Fiji or elsewhere, I would be happy to hear from you.
We' re afraid that somewhere else in Fiji we'll be disappointed and in comparison to Kaimbu. Take a look at the Lawaki Beach House on Beqa Isle. In the mid-1990s, we were there when it was run by Scott and Sally's parents/parents-in-law. They' re selling the isle to an Japanese painter.
Also there in 1998....wonderfully too poor for them not to open again and cheer for the new owner......to own a great one. ott and Sally went to Taveuni to run a resort there after having their second. I' ve been told that Scott died a few years ago. The only two humans on the entire planet the entire group.
Next return it was a holiday for the whole house and we drove to the Cousteau Fiji Island Resort. In 1993 we got in Kaimbu and since then we are looking for a suitable holiday adventure. Again this place was near, Kaimbu, much better. We' ve traveled back to Fiji and spent the night in about 10 top class hotels.
Sally' s family owns a resort on Tavenui named Tavenui Island Resort. There is also a new upmarket resort named Laucala on the coast of Tavenui. Can' t think of a better place than Kaimbu and the Northernau Group. In 1993 we got in Kaimbu and since then we are looking for a suitable holiday adventure.
Again this place was near, Kaimbu, much better. We' ve traveled back to Fiji and spent the night in about 10 top class hotels. Sally' s family owns a resort on Tavenui named Tavenui Island Resort. There is also a new upmarket resort named Laucala on the coast of Tavenui.
Can' t think of a better place than Kaimbu and the Northernau Group. I saw your message about Kaimbu. Malibu-based Hiro Yamagata is the man who owned Kaimbu - it looks like it's for auction. Prost, I also remained in Kaimbu - the last one in the later 1990s.
Saw a few angelsharks scuba-dipping with Scott - an amazing experience. This was really a great little resort. We worked together for several years before she got Scott to marry and move to Kaimbu (owned by Scott's family). In the end they returned to Taveuni and opened Matai Pointe (next to Taveuni now Taveuni Island Resort), which belonged to their mothers.
Later, they went to New Zealand and I was losing them. I' m sorry to know Scott died. Kaimbu was almost as singular as indeed spectecular in similar resort. Several Fiji destinations to visit are great adventures, but nothing to double Kaimbu.
The Taveuni Island Resort is definitely a worthwhile place to visit, as are Royal Davui (near Beqa Island) and Turtle Island. None is as secluded, untouched and personal as Kaimbu, but still nice. The Laucala would have been a proposal while it was still in Forbes' possession, but now it is practically a privately run resort.
Although no resort replicates your Kaimbu adventure, there are still many that are still one of a kind and definitely deserve a visit!