All Inclusive Vacations at the Most Private Resort in the World

Luxury travel bloggers Bruised Passports have journeyed across the world and experienced some of the best all inclusive vacations and five star hotels on the globe, but according to Savi and Vid, Namale tops the list for the most secluded, relaxing, and private resort.

From exploring rainforest waterfalls, boating to a secluded sandbar in the middle of the sea, and enjoying plenty of beach hammock time to relaxing in their private luxury villa and indulging at the spa, Savi and Vid took advantage of all of the unique, romantic honeymoon offerings that are part of Namale’s all inclusive Fiji vacation packages.

Watch the video with highlights of one of their favorite all inclusive vacations – Namale Resort and Spa:

Savi and Vid capture the magic of the Fiji islands with stunning drone footage of their private villa with an ocean view infinity pool, their private lunch next to Namale’s own waterfall hidden within its 525 acres, and the swaying palms of Namale’s private beach. You can read more about their experience in their own words on their blog: That Next Level Honeymoon at Namale Resort and Spa Fiji.

Namale, located on Fiji’s second largest island of Vanua Levu, is one of the most comprehensively all inclusive properties in all of Fiji. Its packages boast complimentary private destination dining experiences (which most other resorts charge extra for), plenty of included activities, all meals and alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, and much more.

The nightly cultural entertainment – from traditional kava drinking ceremonies to meke performances – immerse travelers in the rich and welcoming Fijian culture for a truly authentic holiday. Guests can even take complimentary tours of the local villages – as Savi and Vid did – to see local ways of life, shop for souvenirs from local artisans and craft makers, and see a different, more local view of the island.

All Inclusive Vacations - Fiji | Namale Resort

All Inclusive Vacations - Honeymoons | Namale


Photos courtesy of Bruised Passports