Laucala Island is home to an exclusive tropical paradise in the South Pacific Ocean. For nearly a century, Laucala Island functioned largely as a coconut plantation, and then as the Forbes family’s private island retreat. Today Laucala Island Resort is spread across 3,500 private acres of coconut trees, sandy beaches, and green mountains.
The 25 one, two, and three-bedroom villas are spread across the island among the tropical vegetation and on the beach, with generously apportioned indoor and outdoor spaces that transition seamlessly from one to the other. The villas are outfitted with all the luxurious amenities that define an exclusive resort, from private swimming pools to outdoor showers and large expanses of private beaches. The Hilltop Residence boasts panoramic views of the island and sea as well as a private cook to prepare fresh gourmet meals, while the Overwater Residence is perched above the lagoon with a private jetty for exclusive access.
The coconut features prominently in the day-to-day operation of Laucala Island Resort as a nod to its former coconut plantation days. Chefs cook with the meat and milk, the spa uses the milk during treatments, and local villagers also sell baskets woven from the palm fronds.
Luacala Island Resort is an adventurer enthusiast’s paradise with a wide range of activities offered. An 18-hole championship golf course is set against the beautiful scenery and blends with the natural landscape. The fairways are demanding and the bunkers perfectly positioned to challenge experienced golfers, yet allow those new to the game to enjoy themselves as well. Explore the island on foot or horseback or take a boat out to sea. Swim, snorkel, or dive in the fresh waters to discover the underwater world.Request Information