Emaho Sekawa’s unique location, complete privacy, opportunity to experience unspoiled local nature, culture, hospitality, and excellent service provided by Lucas and Petra-the lodge owners-make this place well worth a stay.
Emaho Sekawa is different from any other resort in Fiji – the villa is perched high on a hill on Fiji’s second largest island, Vanua Levu, near the town of Savusavu. The resort is surrounded by a lush tropical rainforest, with unforgettable panoramic 360 degree views of the Savusavu Bay, a river valley with mangrove swamps, and mountains in the center of the island. The private, 2 km long, brown sand beach is just a short walk away. A personal buggy golf cart is provided to explore the estate or drive down to the beach. It is an ideal base camp from which to explore both ocean and jungle, while getting to know the authentic, traditional Fiji, unspoiled by tourism.
Incorporating Traditional Fijian Bure architecture with Balinese Pavilion architecture, Villa Emaho, features an open-plan layout. The Villa layout includes a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, living room with a half-bath, a day bed, and a modern fully equipped kitchen, open-air lounge with a sitting area and dining room. The villa features extensive over-sized decks, an outdoor day bed bure and an infinity plunge pool.
Meals reflect the resort's tropical setting, making use of its own organic garden and allowing guests to enjoy seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables. The menu comprises a mix of Fijian traditional fare, seafood, and Indian inspires cuisine. Dining is available in the Bula Pavilion, in the comfort of the villa, or at any outdoor location of choice.
The Resort can arrange fishing, kayaking, as well as local village and boating tours.
Emaho Sekawa is located on Fiji's second largest Island Vanua Levu, about 25 minutes from Savusavu town. Pacific Sun provides 3 flights a day from Nadi International Airport (NAN) to Savusavu (SVU) as well as from Labasa. The flight takes approximately 50 minutes.
May to October is the best time to visit as this is the Fiji Summer and Dry Season. Fiji's 'wet season' is from November to April, with the heaviest rains falling from December to mid-April.