A sneak peek into Fiji’s new $ 100,000 per night private Island resort

Plenty a beach resorts can rejuvenate you, but only few can relax your senses and rob them off with supreme serenity and unapparelled beauty. One of such rare and mesmerizing properties is the breathtaking Private Island Resort in Fiji by the name of ‘Komono’ that provides more to your spirit than it could ever ask for!

Nestled in the best of nature, the Komono Private Island Fiji opened doors commercially in April, 2017 and is the dream child of Lang Walker- an Australian billionaire who also happens to be an avid sailor and diver. Named after Walker’s very first sailing experience, this plush resort offers the best aquatic views for sailors and water babies alike! Thanks to the Great Astrolabe Reef in its vicinity, Billfish, tuna, giant trevally, and manta ray are regulars around the resort with Humpback whales being seasonal visitors that intermittently strut around the property for an occasional dip. Due to its proximity to the barrier reef, the Komono has also acquired a PADI five-star diving status and is the perfect place for water sports of all sorts, ranging from stand-up paddleboarding and outer-reef surfing to deep-sea fishing and laser sailing.

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The 140-acre island further features five hilltop residences ranging in size from three to six bedrooms, a beachfront residence with six bedrooms, and 21 beachfront villas, with one to three bedrooms. Complete with three restaurants and a spa, the Komono is a newbie on the block that must certainly be ticked off the traveler’s bucket list! You can book an exclusive stay at the five-star Fiji property starting at $100,000 per night.

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